On the face of it, The Red Wolf Conspiracy is something that I should love – it’s fantasy with complex political themes that takes place on a ship in a somewhat Napoleonic era. Everything about that is something I’m interested in, so when I friend offered to lend the book to me, I jumped at the chance.
However, I’ve spent the past month being extremely busy, so much so that I’ve barely managed to read anything. What little I have read has been from this book, but it’s a big book (nearly five hundred pages, quite small print), and so it is only today that I’ve finally managed to sit down and finish it. Continue reading “The Red Wolf Conspiracy – Robert V. S. Redick (Review)”