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  • Library Binding
  • 496 pages
  • The Cry of the Icemark
  • Stuart Hill
  • English
  • 15 June 2014
  • 9781417779536

About the Author: Stuart Hill

Stuart Hill was born in Leicester in of the PDF ☆ the East Midlands of England where he still lives today His family heritage includes English Irish Romany and Jewish blood As a student his grades were average at The Cry MOBI :º best but he was fortunate to have a teacher who inspired in him a lifelong love of reading Since leaving school he has worked as a teacher and an archaeologist and now balances life as both.



10 thoughts on “The Cry of the Icemark

  1. Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books) Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books) says:

    Cry of the Icemark was a stirring military fantasy adventure The author really took the time to bring the cultures of this novel to life I could see that Icemark people seemed to be modelled after the Scandinavians while Thyrrin's mother's peoples the Hypollitan must have been based on the s And the Polipontans seemed to be like the Roman Empire The battle scenes were fantastic thrilling and very well written I got the impression that Mr Hill took these elements very seriously and worked hard to get this part right and make it feel realistic And I appreciated that and I am sure that his younger readers probably do as well Although not excessively gory I felt all the inherent threat and bloody nature of battle The element of loss is very evident in this story and I definitely could appreciate the horrible odds that Thyrrin's people faced with an enormous invading force pitted against their smaller country However the Icemark people uickly proved that they wouldn't easily be conuered Along with their fierce nature there were elements of their rich sense of family and tradition many aspects that would have been destroyed or wiped away by the Polipontans who cared nothing for other cultures only the assimilation of their lands and raw resourcesThyrrin is a young heroine that I just loved She was born to be a ueen and she showed a multi facetedness to her character that brought her to vivid life She's very strong and the kind of leader you want to have when you are facing a mammoth invading force who wants to wipe your people off the face of the earth On the other hand it's clear that she is very young and still learning a lot about leadership courage and humanity I really wanted to give her a hug for all that she dealt with in this novel I loved her friend Oskan Witch's Son too He had a mystiue and a wisdom that was much greater than his young years I also loved his wry sense of humor and the fact that he never took himself too importantly despite his incredible latent power He was a good companion to Thyrrin able to deal with her sometimes hot headed arrogance and to soothe her very recognizable fears with the voice of reason and comfort when she seemed like she couldn't handle one burden In fact most of the characters were well drawn and excellently narrated by Heather O'Neill This book really got me sucked in I found myself cheering for Thyrrin and her warriors the Hypollitan warrior women were freaking awesome and hating General Scipio Bellaron I loved the werewolves and the snow leopards both groups having a ton of personality The vampires were nicely creepy and the wood folk like the Green men and nature spirits of CelticNorse mythology added a sense of majestic awe to this story This book would have great as just a straight military historical fantasy but the supernatural elements elevated it to an even interesting level There was so much to like about this story It really got me revved up I was excited to listen to it and sad but satisfied when it ended It was definitely a five star listen for this reader I look forward to the reading the other books in this series Recommended

  2. Drakaina Drakaina says:

    All right I am definitely out of the age range of this book and I have apparently outgrown the phase when one dimension characters in a straightforward plot can win my heart Now could they ever? I'm not so sure but the five star reviews from young readers show that the book is appreciated and even lovedI decided to give it two stars instead of one for one simple reason the plot and characters can earn one star at best since there is no no stars option while I do see some potential in the author's style at times and also in a number of plotworld devices such as the werewolf relay system or the general idea of introducing a scholar who observes the world records histories etc I must admit that I uite liked the way the vampires were presented as the bored tired with immortality and yet clinging to their existence beings if only they had served anything at all in the plot and their characters had any individuality well the latter applies to just every single character in the bookHowever all such things cannot save a plot as thin as the most luxurious vellum or characters that are as bland as it gets The plot moves from one predictable event to another and the characters are characterless pawns on a chessboard with a set game I wonder if anyone at any point doubted that Thirrin would persuade the potential allies to joining her let alone if anyone anticipated the outcome of any of the battles Moreover the logic of the plot escapes me First the whole city is evacuated and the inhabitants make a tiresome march to the safety of the north to escape invasion Apart from the fact that this is damn stupid it also has no conseuences the capital is taken by the enemy well it was EMPTY who then leaves it we learn later that the ghosts had some part in driving the enemy out which actually could be a nice touch if the author had written it better and gets annihilated in a battle in the forest However when the army goes back in a matter of weeks having the whole populace of a big city relocated to a smaller one without any economic problems whatsoever there is no sign of the battle even though all those corpses covered in snow and ice should make a gruesome view For some time the capital is empty but the Enemy does not think about repopulating it they don't have to storm it any since it's EMPTY so conveniently the Icemarkians come down and simply march in and the city is fully functionable despite its abandonment in the middle of a very hard winter Then the small province of the north supplies the army with food fodder and anything else the drafted army performs like a professional one after several weeks of training we get a tedious and over extended not to mention unconvincing to downright stupid from the military point of view description of the battle of Minas Tirith Frostmarris and the book endsAt first glance I expected to enjoy the world the combination of a developed Roman Polipontian Empire with cannons and muskets with a Vikingland Icemark featuring some Viking and some Celtic elements the s Hyppolitans relocated to the north and some kind of Greek like south was promising Add to it sufficiently original werewolves and vampires all this looks uite well If only these lands were inhabited by people and not stereotypes And if the author had not fallen into one of my most hated pits of creating a wise old and perfect race of talking animals I could not bear the Snow Leopards at all sorry fans Still the idea to use as many cultures as possible is a good one but please Mr Hill add some life to your world and charactersAnd now comes the worst unlike many people who wrote reviews here I AM a fan of military history from antiuity to the 19th century and what I got deserved a huge laugh at best but mostly a huge facepalm The author is an archaeologist it shows but it does not guarantee good writing but has no idea about strategy tactics logistics and warfare in general Moreover he makes the mistake beginner's perhaps that he mostly multiplies the numbers of troops instead of thinking about tactics; and what is even worse he declares throughout the book that the evil and cruel general of the Enemy a certain Scipio Bellorum is a military genius The problem is Mr Bellorum's tactics are as naive and silly as it gets and any army would have him hung or murdered for the way he treats his officers in the matter of weeks A lesson for Mr Hill to learn from history books all great commanders who lasted long were loved by their armies not just feared and certainly not feared for their madness and cruelty this generally guarantees uick mutiny even if the captain wins battlesOh and I forgot to say that a small city with a tiny garrison withstands ten days of siege when their walls had been breached in several places by a huge army The army cannot take the city despite the military genius of their commander And no the inhabitants don't set fire to their city Nothing as spectacular they are JUST SO BRAVE that this alone is enough to keep thousands of legionaries at bay And mind you this is not Tolkien this is supposed to be realisticAnd this is it the book is full of paper characters who impersonate certain traits without any hint at psychology without any doubts Even the scene when Oskan has to choose between being a Black Witch or a White Witch is predictable and devoid of dramatism There is no single traitor or badass in Icemark there is no place for good Polypontians I don't know maybe this changes in the seuels but I am not sure if I am going to check it

  3. Charissa Sophia de la Rosa Charissa Sophia de la Rosa says:

    I bought this book last 2010 in a book fair at my school and after reading it set it aside But now that I rummaged through my library and saw it again I decided to read it But then after I read the first paragraph of the first page I got hooked just like what happened to me two years ago With this book you'll never get bored What I Love The plot and writing style Excellent made and perfectly written I'm not a fan of war books but because of this masterpiece it made a boring war story to a suspense one that'll make you turn the pages non stop No wonder Cornelia Funke complimented this series Remarkable The characters Anyone can totally relate to them Thirrin Freer Strong in the Arm Lindenshield is a fourteen year old girl who is the princess of the Icemark kingdom A strong and fierce girl who'll do anything to save her kingdom against the conuerors A true leader and wise beyond her years Oskan is a good teenage wizard who is the son of the famous White Witch named Annis if I'm not mistaken He knows a lot about medicine and magic A companion of Thirrin in her uest to save Icemark And obviously view spoiler Thirrin's soulmate and lover XD hide spoiler

  4. Scott Scott says:

    From the outset this story seems contrived and not very deeply thought out The story begins with a detailed history book style narrative of the kingdom of Icemark breaking the vaunted show don't tell rule and then moves on into some very staged plot devices Example In the second chapter the werewolf our heroine has captured and brought back to her father's castle Aren't werewolves supposed to change back into human form at some point? If not it's not were it's just a wolf announces to everyone in the hall that he is king of the werewolves Seems to me that if you were a king in the clutches of your enemies you might not want to make a big announcement of that fact I didn't read much further than that Because this story is uite transparent and contrived it might make a nice introduction for very young readers into the realm of fantasy literature but older readers and adults are likely to be bored with it pretty uickly

  5. Em-nat Em-nat says:

    Cry of the Icemark is one of the most sickeningly misogynistic YA stories I have ever had the misfortune of reading I’m surprised at how many readers have managed to delude themselves into thinking that Hill has written a female role model in Therin considering how antagonistic and hateful she is toward all the other female characters she meets in the book literally all of them and her constant insistence on surrounding herself with no one but men Even her animal companions are male At one point Therin states that women in a positions of power are UNNATURAL Her own advisor has to remind her that she is in fact a woman in a position of power Her answer is that she is a special case because SHE was raised by a man What?To top it all off this author writes with the verbal capacity of a 14 year old emulating Tolkien and manages to make even battle scenes tedious and boring All of the characters were cookie cutter personality types that I cared nothing about I really can’t understand the good reviews for this book It's like Twilight for wannabe sword and sorcery buffs

  6. Amy Amy says:

    Well I know which camp I fall into I loved itMostly The Cry of the Icemark tells a richly imaginative tale about a young ueen trying to save her country from foreign invaders by collecting allies from the mythical creatures around her Werewolves vampires entser tree people etc I definitely approached it as a children's book as it reminded me a lot of Narnia which might explain why I didn't feel as frustrated as many other reviews seem to to with details like accuracy with battle strategy I found it an enjoyable book of empowerment and myth that I could see reading out loud to my niece and nephew The author packs lots of creative themes into it such as loss leadership and the tension between faith and science without ever feeling over the top That said I don't think I would enjoy this if I just read it for my own pleasure without imagining it as aimed at a younger audience The heroine feels extremely juvenile at times and her impulsiveness occasionally made me cringe While I looked forward to picking the story up again when I put it down I never felt anxious about what would happen next And honestly the love interest was kindameh Is there a reason we didn't find out who his father was? Or did we and I just zoned out whenever the story focused on him?I did love the catsBut the heroine is truly what holds this story together I liked how gutsy she was She was exactly the sort of female heroine I'd like to give to younger female readers She really kicks butt and takes names and remains extremely sensitive to her dignity to the point of being a character flaw A nice alternative to Tamora Pierce Pre ReviewReads synopsisBlinkLooks at reviews5 stars1 star5 stars5 stars1 starSoI'm going to go out on a limb here and guess that this is one of those books you either hate or love

  7. Krista (Miura Haruma-san, I will always miss you) Krista (Miura Haruma-san, I will always miss you) says:

    I'm not a big fan of war books but I gave this one a try because I thought there would be to it There wasn't The characters were intriguing and some of them likable but they had absolutely no development One could argue that Thirrin grows stronger etc but reallyshe was strong from the very beginning and she never became any less arrogant or any likable Then there was Oskan the love friendpossible love interest who really was of a slave for Thirrin to boss around than anything else I mean I spent the whole book waiting for them to get together and they NEVER DID And then the next book in the trilogy POOF they're married? Come on It was all just meaningless action or boring explainations There was no character related interest There were LOTS of characters which annoyed me switching back and forth between characters so much even minor characters who were in the book for about five pages Sure the concept was original and the world created intrguing but I felt no connection to the story or characters and often found myself saying When will something INTERESTING happen? When will the characters start acting like real poeple instead of peices on a chessboard Answer Never And then there was the ending It was so abrupt that for a while I thought maybe my copy was missing some pages or something but nope It just ends randomly in the middle of a scene with no real resolution to the characters This book just really annoyed me and unless you enjoy war books with absolutely no plot line other than mindless action don't waste your time reading this 400 something page book of yawns

  8. Edy || Hex Edy || Hex says:

    DNFI gave it two chances and the last one stopped like on page 50 because damn I was like Maybe it will get better It did not and the main character is the most annoying person to exist Kind of reminded me Ebony Dementia Dark'ness Raven Way from 'My Immortal' but even Ebony was better written Mary Sue than this

  9. Amanda Duarte Amanda Duarte says:

    I do not recommend this book if you are someone who is a fan of Tamora Pierce and other uality authors of the fantasy realm The characters are flat bland entirely undeveloped and unoriginal and half of them can't seem to decide what sort of overall voice they will have in the entire book The young Thirrin and mind you this is a 13 year old who turns 14 in the book is nothing than a royal brat She constantly loses her temper with absolutely no conseuences to follow and while I love a female heroin who comes into her own I find it very unbelievable for her to have such an innate ability to acuire allies at the drop of a hat move armies to their utmost potential without any advice from experienced housecarls at her age Really the only believable portion about her was her inability to understand why Oskan's actions irked her so through the wonderfully rosy glasses of puberty and even that gets old before you're halfway done with the book because there's no self examination by the character with which to form the resolution that yes she's attracted to the boy Much of the story is very much glossed over with a lot of telling without much expansion upon emotions reactions it's the naked itinerary of what could have been a very expansive and emotional epic but I don't even want to give the author even that much credit for he also seems to drop rather misogynistic viewpoints in the juxtposition of Icemark's very Norse yet somehow women aren't treated as housekeepers culture with the Hypolitan women rule the roost pov to which Thirrin finds barbaric The story seems to tease you with possible sub plots of the rather aloof and let's face it just completely absent thoughts of the Basilea Thirrin's aunt but it's then tossed away as the plot hurries on and on to rather repetitive descriptions of battle scenes that really aren't as exciting or sitting on the edge of the seat as one would hope In addition the author seems to have a fascination with the number 100 which had appeared four or five times in the span of two short like 2 3 sentence short paragraphs as well as having to be the number of the king who rules one of the animalistic allies Thirrin picks up Other common read modern turns of phrases turn up in the novel which only distract you from the NorseGreekRomanAnglo Saxon world you are desperately trying to immerse yourself in Let's be honest here new skin cells forming is not a phrase I want to see in a novel set in a time where it would be perfectly reasonable to see Beowulf walking through the door of the Great HallBottom line this is no book to waste your time on

  10. Lucy Lucy says:

    This is tricky because as a children's book which I think it is with the main character being 13 when the story starts I think this is a solid 4 star as I think it is perhaps lacking in a few areas of world and character building I did rate this as a 5 star when I read it the first few times when I was around 11Nevertheless even after rereading this around 10 years later I still love it Story of how you need allies and friendship for peace and how we're stronger togetherThink of this as Merida grew up with Hiccups family from How to train your Dragon and she needs to defend her city from an overwhelming enemy in a Helms Deep style battle Oh and her allies include vampires werewolves who I wish were in it snow leopards and tree folkRead it That is all

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