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By Robert V.S. Redick | Comments: ( 281 ) | Date: ( Dec 08, 2019 )

Six hundred years old, the Imperial Merchant Ship Chathrand is a massive floating outpost of the Empire of Arqual And it is on its most vital mission yet to deliver a young woman whose marriage will seal the peace between Arqual and its mortal enemy, the Mzithrin Empire But Thasha, the young noblewoman in question, may be bringing her swords to the altar.For the ship sSix hundred years old, the Imperial Merchant Ship Chathrand is a massive floating outpost of the Empire of Arqual And it is on its most vital mission yet to deliver a young woman whose marriage will seal the peace between Arqual and its mortal enemy, the Mzithrin Empire But Thasha, the young noblewoman in question, may be bringing her swords to the altar.For the ship s true mission is not peace but war a war that threatens to rekindle an ancient power long thought lost As the Chathrand navigates treacherous waters, Thasha must seek unlikely allies including a magic cursed deckhand, a stowaway tribe of foot high warriors, and a singularly heroic rat and enter a treacherous web of intrigue to uncover the secret of the legendary Red Wolf.The Chathrand is the last of her kind Now, having survived countless battles and centuries of typhoons, it has gone missing This is her story.


  • Title: The Red Wolf Conspiracy
  • Author: Robert V.S. Redick
  • ISBN: 9780575081772
  • Page: 258
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Robert V.S. Redick

Robert V.S Redick is in his thirties and works as the editor for the Spanish and French websites of Oxfam America and as an instructor in the International Development and Social Change program at Clark University Born and raised in Charlottesville, Virginia, he lives in rural western Massachusetts While his unpublished novel Conquistadors was a finalist for the 2002 AWP Thomas Dunne Novel Award, under the title Wilderness.



Comments The Red Wolf Conspiracy

  • Jason

    4.5 StarsThis was a very enjoyable novel and a fun read. It is a pirate type novel, but not in the swashbuckling typical way. Although I liked many of the characters, and Pazel is an interesting main protagonist, this is not a character study. This book works by giving us a riptide roaring fun adventure.This book is filled with action, suspense, mystery, a bit of magic, and a whole lot of sea going fun. The world is painted vividly and it gives it a great fantastical feel. The book takes you awa [...]


  • This Is Not The Michael You're Looking For

    The first novel by a new fantasy author, The Red Wolf Conspiracy is both interesting and exasperating. Redick has woven together a complicated narrative with characters, plots, and intrigue coming from all directions. In some sense it's a fascinating world with a mad mix of unexpected elements. (Ships and pirates must be in vogue; I've read a number of fantasy/SF novels with a very large focus on ships and sailing in the last couple of years, yet have no memory of having read any with such focus [...]


  • edifanob

    Normally I write reading impressions. But this time I wrote a review. A new experience. And I'm proud to tell that the review has been post on a blog."The Red Wolf Conspiracy is like a gorgeous gown. Colorful, beads, frills, buttons, ribbons, feathers, hidden pockets, scented sachets, several layers of cloth. Every detail is like a person with her own history, thoughts and plans. All bent together by a golden thread whose stich is anything but random. So far, we have discovered the surface and t [...]


  • Dirk Grobbelaar

    This novel does suffer a bit from debut-novel syndrome. Fortunately, much of what distinguishes this novel as a debut is also the very same that makes it so likeable. There is a feverish and impatient quality to the writing that keeps the reader on edge. Stylistically, The Red Wolf Conspiracy is as diverse as it gets; it’s a fantasy paella. The novel is crammed with throwaway lines referencing the world and its imagined history. I found this quite enjoyable, as it reminded me of the pulps wher [...]


  • Jeffrey

    I generally liked this book, although I am not a fan of fantasy novels that end mid story so you have to wait for the second book.The main character is Pazel, a tarboy ,who gets aboard a mighty ship carrying the daughter of an Ambassador, who is supposed to marry the Prince of their mortal enemies to stop an ongoing war between their people. Pazel, has a magical gift of languages, which enables him to speak any language. The ancient ship is full of interesting characters, the Ambassador's beauti [...]


  • Giota

    The main problem of this book is telling not showing which affected the pacing of the book a lot. Nearly all the interesting parts of the book happened off page and we were later told about them, almost as if the author didn't know how to handle the scene: details of action, fighting, organizing a counter conspiracy e.c.t so he opted for eliminating it all together. I was very frustrated, he kept giving me the wrapping while telling me how yummy the chocolate was.The first 130 pages crawled alon [...]


  • Doc Opp

    There's an old trope in children's literature where the child protagonist has identified the villain, and the villains' scheme, and no adults will listen to them. Rather than helping solve the problem, the adults typically get in the way of resolution by grounding the children, or tipping off the villain, etc. This trope works really well in children's literature, but not nearly as well in adult fantasy novels, where it's just annoying. Add to that a set of protagonists who are impulsive and not [...]


  • Ranting Dragon

    rantingdragon/the-red-The Red Wolf Conspiracy is debut novelist Robert V. S. Redick’s first installment in The Chathrand Voyage series. Pazel Pathkendle is a lonesome tarboy hailing from one of Arqual’s many conquered territories. After a series of unfortunate events – perhaps, Pavel wonders, orchestrated by his mysterious friend Doctor Chadfellow – Pavel ends up on The Chathrand, a vast and ancient ship that is the pride of her country. The crew’s apparent mission is peaceful: they ar [...]


  • Reed

    It's one of those great things about books--you can stumble across one at just the right time, all the stars align, and the book turns out to be exactly what you wanted and needed.That's how I reacted upon reading Robert Redick's The Red Wolf Conspiracy. A debut novel, I'd heard very little buzz about the book when I picked it up. I believe I'd seen a couple blurbs on various websites touting it's potential, so I put it on my "check it out" list. When I stumbled across a very nice copy of the U. [...]


  • Kathleen

    Good fantasy (not great) set on a mythical medieval sea-faring world (maps at author's website). The tale is told in 3rd person perspective, and occasionally through letters and journal entries written in 1st person. It is an epic fantasy primarily featuring sorcery, humans, and sentient "woken" animals that can speak, and humanoids (glowing electrical Flickermen, tiny Lilliputian "Ixchel"). The main protagonists are young adults, but adults and woken animals also play major roles. There is a ve [...]


  • Mogsy (MMOGC)

    The Good:Love how this book started -- right away, the reader is informed through a "special notice" that the great ship has vanished at sea, along with the 800 souls she was carrying. (Soulse choice of that word in the report had a chilling effect on me). Immediately, you're drawn into this mystery and you're flipping to the first page of the first chapter, eager to start the story which would tell you what happened. I was also impressed with just how much is in this book. There's so much magic [...]


  • ♥ Unaeve ♥

    The Red Wolf Conspiracy the first book of a trilogy destined to take its place on my all time favorite shelve:)Robert V. S. Redick has been compared to Philip Pullman, George R. R. Martin, and China Miéville, among others and indeed if you liked them - you will like him as well!Sort synopsis:Many years after a terrible war that shook empires, a 600-year-old ship sails for enemy lands and must deal with deadly assassins, treacherous mermaids, and monstrous slavers. Talking animals,magic gifts,gi [...]


  • Kelsey Hanson

    What the heck did I just read? This could probably be one of the weirdest novels that I've ever read which is a pretty hard thing to achieve, I've read a lot of weird books. This review is going to be a little odd because I honestly am not sure what this book is about. If a teacher made me write a book report on this thing I would fail. This book has the following elements and I quote: a witch who casts a spell on her children using fruit juice, a ship that is a combination of the Black Pearl an [...]


  • Jon

    3.5-3.75 starsAlthough I didn't come to love many or any one character in this tale, I thoroughly enjoyed the story, the world building, the creatures and Pazel's gift of languages. While epic in scope, I wasn't sickened by the political intrigue and appreciated the efforts of the counter conspiracy. Most of the action takes place on the high seas and there are some pirates, but not in the traditional sense. Following the exploits of Pazel as a 'tarboy' made the sailing jargon more palatable. St [...]


  • Mark

    The Red Wolf Conspiracy by Robert V. S. RedickPublished by Gollancz UKPublished February 2008539 pages (ARC); 384 pages (Hardback) (ARC copy received for review.)ISBN: 978- 0575081765 (Hardback) 9780575081772 (Trade Paperback)Argh. Or should that be ‘Arrrgh’? For The Red Wolf Conspiracy is an enthusiastic novel that combines tales of pirates with legends of imprisoned Lovecraftian gods, hidden treasure and general skulduggery. Part Master and Commander, part On Stranger Tides, this fantasy d [...]


  • Otherwyrld

    An enthralling and entertaining first novel by this author, it tells the story of a disparate group of characters on board an ancient huge sailing ship that is leading them all to their destiny. Whilst the idea of a fellowship on a quest is straight out of Tolkien, this story reminded me more of Game of Thrones at times, especially with the varied point of view chapters from the main characters, not to mention a young lady who has a "dancing master" who teaches her a few other skills. There are [...]


  • Cendri

    I liked this book, but I wanted to like it more. This is apparently Redick's first published novel, and it shows. The world he builds is imaginative, and the story has potential, even if it does fall into a lot of the well-worn plucky-band-of-somewhat-unlikely-heroes-does-battle-against-great-evil-attempting-to-retrieve-object-of-unspeakable-evil-power tropes. The characters are likable, and some are quite interesting and creatively drawn. The biggest problem is in the plotting, where a number o [...]


  • Dianne

    THE RED WOLF CONSPIRACY by Robert Redick is a intricate fantasy revolving around a young cabin boy aboard a ship named Pavel who has the ability to 'understand' different languages. The attention to detail almost slows the story down, especially when trying to remember different kingdoms, peoples, characters, customs, and whose on who's side at what time!The author's imagination is amazing as he weaves his tale. The twists and turns, number of characters, places and events-astounding! We have ti [...]


  • ShariMulluane

    It did not work for me. Straight away, I was annoyed by the amount of telling and the slow start. I tend to really enjoy books where I can live in the story. It is not the characters experiencing events; it is me experiencing things through them. I never got that degree of immersion from this tale. Now telling can work, I have seen it done, but this time it kept me on the outside of things instead of pulling me in. I felt that the novel could have been so much more then it was. However, there ar [...]


  • Emily

    This was a super first novel, up in my top 5 favorites for the year so far. I love discovering new authors, especially since one or two of my favorites have not been delivering the goods lately (George RR Martin-write the book already and stop messing around and taunting your readers! Robin Hobb, write something else, preferably set in the Six Duchies!) Anyway, Robert V.S. Redick has satisfied my hunger for a fantasy world to match that of Martin's or Hobb's and it's populated with wonderful cha [...]


  • Joel

    An absolutely glorious adventure. Had minor politics, some ships, magic, talking animals andwait, this sounds like a kids book. Luckily, it's not. Red Wolf Conspiracy was very well written, with enjoyable characters and really intense dramatic situations. Only low point of the entire novel was the ending, in my opinion. And I mean the very ending - because the final 1/3 of the book is nonstop action that comes to a really satisfying crescendo. The very last chapter, however, was basically a Capt [...]


  • RuthAnn

    This was impressive.I am not normally a fan of books that take place on ships. There's not a lot of setting to work with and I get kind of clausterphobic. That did not happen during The Red Wolf Conspiracy.There is a LOT going on in this story, a lot of characters to keep up with and it seems like multiple conspiracies to try to figure out. Thankfully, it's easy for the reader to know the good guys from the bad and to get behind the good guys. The author is great at giving us innocent characters [...]


  • James

    This book was like the Chathrand was to other fantasy books. Massive, impressive and epic. Looking back I don't know why I didn't give this five stars, everything that I remembered about it was pitch perfect. But, when I finished it, it felt like something was lacking to make it worthy of five stars - in short, when comparing it five star fantasy books I have read, as amazing as this is, I just felt like it wasn't as good as, say, Fallon's Harshini trilogy of Goodkind's sprawling epics. Still, a [...]


  • Dragana

    I first noticed The Red Wolf Conspiracy on Top 25 Best Fantasy Books and immediately added it to my tbr. Sadly, it stayed there forgotten until I spotted review copy on Netgalley and remembered all the praise about it. So, with renewed interested, I sailed into an epic adventure.To be honest, the start was a bit rough. Don't get me wrong - book is beautifully written from start to finish. But chapters jump from one character to another and it is hard to connect: Who is the main character here? A [...]


  • Shaheen

    There’s nothing new in The Red Wolf Conspiracy: you’ve seen characters like this before, you’ve seen a plot like this before, and you’ve definitely read pirate books like this before. But what you haven’t read, and what you rarely encounter, are other worlds that are created as masterfully, characters that warm your heart, and compel you to cheer and shed tears at various points in the novel. You haven’t read a book like this, and lucky for you, there’s more where it came from.The [...]


  • Maxine

    In The Red Wolf Conspiracy, author Robert Redick has done some of the best world-building I have seen since Erikson's Malazan series. This world is huge and complex and Redick's descriptions are so detailed and vivid that it is easy to be drawn into his world. This complex world-building, however, is both good and bad. On the plus side, as I said, it brings this world to life. On the down side, however, with this much world-building, it tends to over-shadow the plot somewhat. It takes a while fo [...]


  • Sovotchka

    "Windkämpfer" von Robert Redick, der Debütroman des Autors und zugleich Auftakt zu einer neuen Trilogie, wird - vor allem zu Werbezwecken - oft mit den Büchern von Joe Abercrombie verglichen.Um das Fazit schon einmal kurz vorwegzunehmen: Diesem Vergleich hält es auf keinen Fall Stand. Man mag von Abercrombie halten, was man will, aber Charaktere zum Leben erwecken und Spannung aufbauen, das kann er.Aber zurück zum vorliegenden Buch:Pazel Pathkendle heuert auf der "Chartrand" an, einem der g [...]


  • Mike

    This is not a bad book. Possibly It rates closer to a "3.5" than a "3", but it's not a "4". The story is well-written, but even if they hadn't "announced" that it was to be the first of a series (Trilogy perhaps), you'd know it even before the ending. Not even a cliff-hanger one at that.Mix together a bunch of formulaic story elements:(a) underdog struggling on his own is cutoff from his family, but has mysterious friend/sponsor,(b) girl has old and ill father whom she adores, but evil step-moth [...]


  • Chris

    This is a very solid four stars. Especially the audio version. The audio may be six stars. The story? Boy meets a couple girls. Girl meets tons of boys. Boys meet boys. They're all poor or pirates or petty posh people. There's an elusive missing father, and a doctor strange, and a black veterinarian who has the smallest, most highly anticipated role ever. Then there are the main characters. Like the boy of many ears and tongues, the girl whose name is a lisp but still lovely and she fights too, [...]


  • Andrea

    I never heard of the term maritime fantasy before, until I met this book and fell in love with it. The Red Wolf Conspiracy was the first major book by Robert V.S Redick, and it's been a long time since I read a fantasy book that was literally so fantastic.The Chathrand is the pride of the Empire of Arqual, a ship larger than any other, the last of her kind, the last to be able to cross the Ruling Sea. She is the centerpiece in the story that's set all aboard her, as she travels to bring Thasha I [...]


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