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Nachtwölfe MC, ehemals Night Wolves, später russifiziert zu Nocnie Volki, ist der Name des gegründeten und größten russischen Motorrad- und Rockerclubs, dessen Gründer und Präsident Alexander Sergejewitsch Saldostanow ist. Die Mitglieder des. Nachtwölfe MC (russisch Ночные Волки, transkribiert Notschnyje Wolki), ehemals Night Wolves, später russifiziert zu Nocnie Volki, ist der Name des . gründete er die Nachtwölfe unter dem Namen Night Wolves. Später erfolgte die Umbenennung in Notschnye Wolki, das russische Äquivalent des Namens. Die russischen Nachtwölfe feierten den Geburtstag von „Chirurg“. Unter den Geschenken eine Seite aus der BIKERS NEWS. In Russland sind Rocker Nationalhelden, jedenfalls die der russischen Night Wolves Motorcycle Gang (MG). Und so legten die Member der.
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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Help Community portal Recent changes Upload file. And by 'gathering' I don't mean that there's half a dozen or so.
There's hundreds of the hairy beasties just waiting for the opportunity to tear someone everyone apart and eat them.
Added to this is the possibility of a war brewing between the two factions that he paladin's follow which threatens not only the paladin's friendship, but also their lives.
As I've already stated, I thought that his book was a damn good read. Everything was understandable and easy to follow without getting bogged down in over-elaborate fantasy terminologies and politics as can so easily be done.
For me there's nothing worse than diving into a new fantasy novel and reading about how the race of Th'rakuun soldiers for the Tel'av'iri empire are at odds with the race of Dochaar from the Fneeria Badlands, because I have know idea what all that nonsense means.
Also sorry if anyone has used those names in any of their stories, I'm not directing it at you, I just typed out the first things that popped into my brain.
Night of Wolves is kept instantly accessible due in a way, to it's simplicity; there's Paladin's, wolf-men and people living in a village.
I know what all those things are and I can just crack on with reading the story. The whole thing rips along at a fairly rapid pace and I found myself reading it at every opportunity.
Unfortunately, although I did enjoy the familiarity that made the whole thing an easy read, I would have liked a little more characterisation for some of the background characters; just to give them a little more depth and to make an impact when someone gets torn apart by rampant wolf-man.
The same with the wolf-men as well. Although the story does invest a bit of time on them, I would have liked to know a little bit more.
It did seem a little out of place when suddenly an aged wolf shaman was introduced purely for one scene and then never mentioned again. If they had been introduced earlier it would have helped explain a bit about the wolf hierarchy and wouldn't have been such an out-of-place moment for this seemingly random character to appear.
Those are just very minor gripes however; none of them detrimental to the story and I really enjoyed reading Night of Wolves, in fact I enjoyed it so much that I am going to have to purchase the other titles in the Paladins series just to find out what happens next.
If you want a fast paced fantasy story that isn't bogged down in over elaborate exposition then this is definitely worth taking a look at.
Jun 10, Tarl rated it really liked it Shelves: fantasy. This book had two five star ratings on Smashwords, and was also Free. I saw that it was the beginning of a series now up to five books I believe and I thought I'd give it a shot.
I've never been a true fan of paladins, but one of the reviewers said that Dalglish did a good job writing them.
Plus, I needed a fantasy book to read, and this seemed interesting enough. I mean, it had wolf people, so that's always a bonus.
First off, the reviewer was right. Dalglish does a fantastic job writing palad This book had two five star ratings on Smashwords, and was also Free.
Dalglish does a fantastic job writing paladins. They will also be familiar with how annoying they could be, and how boring they were to play.
However, Dalglish has done an amazing job making his paladins something more than just holy knights. However, as well as Dalglish writes the paladins, he does a lesser job on Redclaw I found.
Though the Wolf King was a good antagonist, when I reached a point about half way through the book where suddenly Redclaw is plagued with fears, I was surprised.
Here was a character that for the first part of the book was portrayed as a fearless leader full of conviction and courage, only to suddenly find out he was riddled with fear.
Unfortunately, all it did was make him less interesting. Had his character had this trickle of fear throughout the novel, his character would have been wonderfully flawed and easier to relate to.
Another element that caught me off guard was the suddenness of events involving Jerico's order. They seem to suddenly occur and everyone seems fairly quick to assume what they do about Jerico and his people.
I found it weird that everyone suddenly seems to know what they do, and even Jerico himself seems partial to believing it himself. True or not, having so many people present the same idea as fact with no one really fighting against it just feels unnatural rather than the normal flow of things.
Dalglish does a great job with the combat scenes in this book. They flow easily, each moment moving seamlessly to the next. They are easy to picture in one's head and don't get bogged down with endless details.
Each was filled with the right amount of excitement, bloodshed and the unknown that keeps the reader turning the pages. The spacing between scenes was also handled well and kept the general flow of the novel smooth.
I have already purchased the second book 'Clash of Faiths' and put the third and forth in my 'to buy' list once I am done the second tale.
If you love fantasy, this book is for you. You can't beat the price and if you don't like it, you lost time and nothing more , and if you like paladins, then that's more of a bonus.
I have already recommended this book to my friends that are into fantasy, and I suggest you pick it up as well. Apr 24, Mia Darien rated it liked it.
This one is a little tough for me. I liked the concept. I haven't seen enough paladins in my epic fantasy reading. I liked the "competing" faiths ideas, and the beacon of faith details.
The wolf-men were interesting. I would have liked more on the history of it all, about how they ended up in the Wedge and so on. I got the idea, but would have liked more.
And more on the gods. Generally speaking, I was enjoying the story pretty well. The writing is smooth and flowed well. I was into the concepts, This one is a little tough for me.
I was into the concepts, and I liked Jerico and Darius. The build up was good. Then something went awry. I felt like he was setting up a scene, that a critical event at the end of the story would go a certain way, and I liked where I thought it was going.
I liked the idea. It didn't happen that way and I didn't really like how it did happen. I can't say too much without giving it away.
I realize it's the author's choice to do as he likes, and he was clearly setting up the second book So, I'm actually rather disappointed, because I wanted to end up liking it better but the ending has just left me with a bit of a bitter taste that makes it hard to say I really liked the story over all.
I don't know if I'll read the second book or not. I'd like to see what happens, but I was so disappointed in this one, I fear getting disappointed again.
Thus, even though it all went well up until then, I'm forced to give this a 3 since I just can't get past my disappointment.
Jan 29, James Sundquist rated it it was ok Shelves: ebooks. As the book was free, and the author a best-seller in the independent category, I thought I'd give this a try.
To be fair, I was fairly certain I wouldn't like it going in, but I was hoping for some surprises. It's unpretentious, generic fantasy with plenty of action and it's written well enough, so it's ok if you don't ask any questions and want a quick read, but there's much better out there even in the same category.
Some books suffer from too much world-building, but this suffers a bit from too little--or, at least, the world is too banal to transport you.
It's unclear how this rustic settlement fits into the larger world, except that it is across a poorly-defended river from hordes of generic fantasy monsters, and gets its food delivered by boat?
It is basically a fronteir tale, with wolf-men substituted for Indians attacking the town, and the paladins for the gunslingers protecting the settlers.
Actually horses are conspicuously absent. Oh, and he keeps saying 'platemail'. Pet peeve. May 05, Jon rated it liked it Shelves: ebook , fantasy.
A gripping, fast-paced adventure about one of my favorite fantasy elements: Paladins. I've previously read The Weight of Blood in the author's Half-Orc series, so I came into this story expecting to enjoy it.
I certainly did. There's nothing overly complicated or tedious to be found. It's just a quick, fun, and sometimes graphic romp in the realm of Dezrel.
The plot occasionally felt juvenile with the sheer amount of violence over other developments, certain combat mechanics were flawed tons of A gripping, fast-paced adventure about one of my favorite fantasy elements: Paladins.
The plot occasionally felt juvenile with the sheer amount of violence over other developments, certain combat mechanics were flawed tons of swinging room in tight door spaces and windows?
Even though one paladin in particular possessed the role of protagonist, there were several one-off points of view revolving around other characters.
This favorably impacted story setup by showcasing their perceptions of the situations. David Dalglish even did a good job humanizing the antagonizing werewolf leader, preventing the reader from holding a trite opinion that the race is violent and savage simply for the sake of being so.
There's a greater purpose behind their actions. Now that I've read two freebies from this author, I think it's time that I continue both his Paladins and Half-Orc series.
I'm genuinely curious to see how the character arcs play out. Nov 09, Shane rated it really liked it Shelves: fantasy.
Always nice when a random book gives you a pleasant surprise. The plot is fairly straightforward, but I appreciated this--far too many fantasy books seem to think that every story has to have ten subplots and the fate of the whole world in the balance.
I liked that this was just about saving one small town from invading wolves. The two main characters, Darius and Jerico, are good, well-rounded character "Night of Wolves" was really quite good, especially considering I got it for free on my kindle.
The two main characters, Darius and Jerico, are good, well-rounded characters. Both are Paladins, warrior-priests of different gods, and both their rivalry and friendship worked well.
Even the principle villain, Redclaw, is given realistic motivations and a reasonable amount of characterization for a part wolf, part man creature.
My only real criticism is that I didn't get a great sense of how the political and religious structures that inhabit this world operate.
For example, there's obviously two rival religions, but are they both sanctioned by the king? If not, then why are both free to operate, and if so, why could one destroy the other without political consequence?
Overall, though, a entertaining, action-packed read for fans of the genre. Jul 22, Jack Beaman rated it did not like it.
Having been disappointed by David Dalglish in the past, with the first of his Half Orcs Series, I was hoping that Night of Wolves might be slightly better.
Unfortunately, it was not. The story was different, and had potential, but it was hampered by poor character development and some weak writing.
The thing I found worst about this book was that the point of view from which the story was told jumped around a lot, which meant that I struggled to form any kind of emotional attachment to them.
The only characters which seemed to have any kind of personality were the two paladins, Jerico and Darius but even then, only when it served the story.
As with The Weight of Blood, the story had the potential to be good, with the plot maintaining a suitable pace throughout, something which made the book readable.
May 17, Peter Angelis rated it it was amazing. Normally, I only read books when they're given to me by my school, yet I read this in 2 days. I read the "gamified" version of this book on my phone.
That version has choices every so often which you can choose from, but for me, it only ruined the experience of reading such an amazing.
Often times choosing the wrong option ended up in you getting killed and having to repeat the chapter, which I found very annoying because I wanted to read the book like it's supposed to be read.
I decided to look Normally, I only read books when they're given to me by my school, yet I read this in 2 days. I decided to look into it and found out that the author is actually a legit book author, with 4 books written in this series.
I was extremely happy when I first realized, and the fact that even after I finished this beautiful series I would have many more books to read.
I instantly ordered all 4 of them. This book is amazing, and so is the second one, although I haven't fully completed that one. Feb 07, Kyle rated it liked it.
The two follow rival deities, but they put their differences aside to protect a village from invading wolf-men.
I thought this was a solid fantasy story with lots of action, an interesting look at the two paladins and their gifts of faith, and a unique perspective as the author gives voice to the wolf-men.
If possible, I would give this book 3. One was the use of names like Bobby and Gary, which seemed out of place.
Also, the story seemed to lack some details in this opening book to explain the two rival deities, and why there are opposed to each other.Und so legten die Member der Night Wolves ihre Kränze unter dem tosenden Beifall von Exilrussen Paydirt sympathisierenden Europäern nieder. In Thüringen waren sie an den beiden Tagen Night Wolves auf dem Iban Eingeben der befreundeten Wolfpack MG eingerollt, nachdem sie unter den Blitzlichtgewittern der Boulevardpresse eine spektakuläre Tour durch Tschechien, Österreich und den Süden Beste Spielothek in Rhoden finden hinter sich gebracht hatten. Die polnischen Motorradfahrer beabsichtigten daraufhin, stellvertretend für die Russen in Warschau und Breslau Kerzen anzuzünden. Unsere Väter verfluchten und verehrten ihn gleichzeitig, sie gingen für ihn in den Tod wie für Jesus Christus. Wo immer wir sind, wo immer die Nachtwölfe sind, das sollte als Russland betrachtet werden. In den er und er Jahren waren die Nachtwölfe noch pro-westlich eingestellt und hatten Kontakte zu dortigen Gleichgesinnten. Mai gemeinsam mit polnischen Bikern das Konzentrationslager Auschwitz besucht und die Tour auf Motorrädern fortgesetzt, die ihnen von solidarischen polnischen Bikern geliehen wurden. Dies wurde damit begründet, dass keine ausreichenden Informationen zur Reiseroute sowie geplanten Unterkünften beigebracht worden wären. Daher steht uns das Recht nicht zu, ihn zu kritisieren. Die russischen Night Wolves hatten einen spektakulären Ritt nach Berlin hinter sich Beste Spielothek in DГјversbruch finden. Angst vor den russischen Rockern, die am sowjetischen Гјberweisung Гјbersetzung in Berlin einrol …. Wo immer wir sind, wo Night Wolves Beste Spielothek in Hannober finden Nachtwölfe sind, das sollte als Russland betrachtet werden. Um Moskau zu retten, flog er mit einer Blz Targo über die Leipzig Vs Leverkusen. Wir wollten derer gedenken, die für uns gestorben sind. Hauptseite Themenportale Zufälliger Artikel. Mai die ausgesprochene Einreiseverweigerung mit der Begründung aufgehoben, die durch die Bundespolizei vorgetragenen Gründe seien nicht tragfähig. Aber das wurde uns schwer gemacht. Wegen seiner Handlungen im Ukrainekonflikt bzw.