Wyldsight

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  • Paperback
  • 80 pages
  • Wyldsight
  • Satyros Phil Brucato
  • 12 November 2017
  • 9780982353240

10 thoughts on “Wyldsight

  1. says:

    Wyldsight was a very quick read (though, if I may -- I implore the author to write a much longer work the next time around). I would say that my favorite short story in the collection was Chaser. Reason why--

    It was interesting the way the author juxtaposed the scene of a woman's life and flashbacks to a previous, more hidden one. Aside from the fact that the author writes women well (in my male opinion), Songchaser/Rachel was a very compelling character. What I found best about this particular work was the growth. In short stories, there often is not a lot of character growth; the character performs whatever is the subject of the story in question, then the story's over and finished. While the ending is left ambiguous, I was optimistic about her meeting a new Pack out on the beach. I absolutely loved the scene with her in the water.

    It was difficult; the way it was written made it feel like she was about to commit suicide, but she turned back. The story, although about a brief flash of this woman's life, along with the issues that come about with being young and trying to find yourself, was also about her growth and redemption. Youth to adulthood is all *about* growth and redemption for the stupid things people do before adulthood. There were so many layers packed into an eighteen page story that I wanted it to go on and on and on, and see Rachel's life unfold after her acceptance of herself. However, I also felt that it was complete in how it was concluded. There was nothing necessary to say after the conclusion of the short story.

    In regards to the rest of the work, the story "Elynne Dragonchild" was heart-wrenching. Phil Brucato has a knack at showing multiple sides of different situations, and how wrong people can be when they make assumptions. One particular line out of "Willow & Wind" struck me as the underlining fact of this work: "But man's world grows thick on you, like moss or ivy. All paths seem to become one, leading you back to the place you stood before."

    The reason I feel this emphasizes the work itself is not simply because it's a book of short stories filled with strong, independent women (though Rachel may not have seemed independent in her story, her self-awareness clearly made her so, implied at the end), but because it was a book about accepting life on life's terms. There is no better way to represent accepting life on life's terms than the characters expressed herein. Strong, ambitious, and independent women seem to have an edge over menfolk in that regard. Fiction should always teach a lesson. Wyldsight certainly does.

    The other short stories in the work were equally good. While they did not hit me as hard as the ones mentioned above, they were just as effective at the underlying tone and point of the work. I sincerely recommend this to anyone who likes fantasy or simply wants to read a collection of stories about empowerment, growth, strength, and wisdom.

  2. says:

    I've already got a weakness/fondness for feral women, so this was practically guaranteed to be at the top of my new list of favorites. Referred to it by a friend, I dropped it on my Kindle and ended up devouring the whole thing in a single sitting.

    The bite-sized stories range from modern to mythical, and even in the slight missteps -- "Waves" reads somewhat lopsided, almost unfinished, more an introduction than a story, and probably would make more sense labeled as an introduction rather than a stand-alone piece -- the thread that ties them all together is the delicious use of language. I found myself several times stopping to go back and read a particular phrase again, sometimes aloud, because where the author particularly excels is in putting together words in a way that resonate, that want to be said aloud.

    Definitely a must-buy, and will remain one of my go-to bad-day re-reads. Who isn't cheered by wild women?

  3. says:

    The opening story seed had a painfully intriguing twist on an old tale, which really made me wish it had been fleshed out. It was meant to make a gripping opening impression, though, and it does that.

    The most fully developed tales - Elynne Dragonchild, Chaser, and Gramma Wolf's Garden - all have much to recommend them, while being distinctive from one another. Elynne's perspective is everything, Chaser's awkwardness makes it all the more real, and Gramma's rich concept of magic is powerfully charming.

    The only real criticism to level at this book is that it will leave you wanting a lot more. The cover is fetching, the layout is attractive, and the author's notes set up a personal touch. It's a book that will be good for sharing.

  4. says:

    By and large this book does a fanastic job of catching the tone and style of fairytales. I can think of only one exception, I believe, which is a much more straight forward, urban fantasy story. These are stories of women refusing to be confined to the roles and expectations that have been assigned to them. I honestly feel like these stories would, however, be much more powerful for a younger audience. I definitely see the worth and value in them and I appreciate them, but they hold little resonance for me. Hopefully one day I'll be able to pass this on to my niece and it will be more impactful for her.

  5. says:

    Wyldsight is a focused collection of fervent and feral fiction tales I've read twice in a day despite rarely taking a second glance at fantasy. The stories navigate careful notes between their leads' pain and progress and it works. Satyros' rhythmic writing pays respect to wild women whether they reside with dragons, bristle against the pack, or take a different path on their way to a cabin in the woods. Wyldsight's stories don't just sing. They howl.

  6. says:

    Surprising and original twists on standard fanatasy tropes herein. I'll be looking for a lot more by this author.

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