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They travelled eddinga days, sometimes weeks to get around. The book ends with Sparhawk and his squire Kurik giving Ghwerig fatal injuries. Having written two, five part fantasy epics using the same characters, the same setting, and the same plot, he realized it was a time for a change. David Eddings’ Belgariad series is what first gave me davix love of reading, especially of fantasy, so I always have a soft spot for anything he has written and this book is no exception.

It made reading their dialogue a bit hard, because they all speak the same way. Meanwhile, the evil God Azash and his servant, Otha, have been massing their forces along the eastern border of Eosia in preparation for an invasion of the west. Jul 23, A. Since this is an omnibus, I’ll review each of the three books separately—mostly because I won’t be reading all three back-to-back—and then davdi the star ratings. There’s not much point in addressing them as individual volumes, because it’s basically one long adventure.

The Elene religion, whatever it’s actually called, is practically a functional form of Catholic Christianity transposed into a fantasy realm. The series consists of three elenim Despite that Eddings borrowed eddinsg plot elements, he executed the story differently. David Eddings published his first novel, High Hunt, inbefore turning to the field of fantasy with the Belgariad, soon followed by the Malloreon.

Eddings made s An exiled knight returns after 10 years to find his queen deathly ill and encased in magic stone in order to prolong her life. Most of this story could be cut out or edited down, and it would probably read better.


As you can see I gave it three stars as a sign of my overall enjoyment of davdi books. The Stormlight Archive Brandon Sanderson 9.

Sparhawk, Knight and Queen’s Champion, has returned to Elenia after ten years of exile, only to fi Now for the first time in one thrilling volume-the three magical novels that make up David Eddings’s epic fantasy The Elenium.

Dosadna i predvidiva knjiga sa dosadnim i predvidivim likovima koji rade dosadne i predvidive stvari. I have recently ordered them for a friend that will like them just as much.

The multitude of characters that came in and out of the story made for a confusing read and the disappointing ending to this book made for a bit of a let-down. Definitely my favorite Eddings novel. The Ruby Knight The queen is still in stone and knights are dying all the time. I finished this series today,I liked it. Return to Book Page. He went from family-friendly bestselling non-Tolkien epic fantasy author of all time at the time to, immediately, a dark and brutal semi-noir proto-grimdark story about church politics, drenched in sex albeit off-screen and blood and elder gods and incest and pederasty and fountains of blood and ethnic cleansing and blood.

Dddings romance between Sparhawk and Ehlana just bothers me. Still good just not great. It’s a day read, potato chip craving that somehow moves beyond.

Mr Eddings has no such concerns; you know where you are, who the good guys and the bad guys are, and boy, do the bad guys get what they deserve The second book reads like a fairy tale where nothing really makes sense and things just happen without explanation.

Jul 25, Myranda rated it it was amazing. Overall, I enjoyed the book, though I cringed a lot. Especially dealing with the gods there were a lot of “thees” and “thous” and “doths” which doesn’t bother me being a fan of Shakespeare, but may put some people off.

The Elenium by David Eddings. Then I explained to him that I’d rather he didn’t do it any more. I’ve never been tempted to read anything by Eddings since.

Sephrenia and the others manage to cure Lady Belina, though she has been rendered hopelessly mad by destroying the idol which was controlling her power. And there was a lot of humorous dialogue. The Elenium 1Sparhawk Universe 1.


The Elenium: The Diamond Throne / The Ruby Knight / The Sapphire Rose by David Eddings

However, most of the villains come across as chronically incompetent. Stunning Weddings never fails to deliver! As archetypical High Fantasy goes, this one’s a keeper. The Bhelliom was last known to have been mounted on the eeddings of the Thalesian King Sarak.

It still left me not fully understanding the intricacies of the dialogue. Recommended fantasy series Recommended fantasy trilogies Hidden fantasy book gems Recommended fantasy audiobooks. It gets 3 stars because I remember liking it fairly well when I read it years ago.

The Elenium: The Diamond Throne / The Ruby Knight / The Sapphire Rose

Wonderful characters, and story. He later switched to writing epic fantasy, a field in which he achieved great success. As I neared wddings end of the book I wondered how they were going to wrap up the entire storyline that quickly, and they ultimately did not. D Characterisation is excellent with all the characters having distinctly different personalities which results in a lot of humour that ties in with all the action and creates a brilliant set of situations and interactions that will keep you guessing which the way things are going g to go with the plot!

The Elenium follows the same classic fantasy structure as the Belgariad and the Malloreon. I love the characters and their friendships. All of the characters eddints this book seem to speak with the same voice, so it’s not always apparent which one is speaking. Great books – typical of Eddings. This has bits of that but somehow pales into insignificance next to it.

I love that he includes several maps, as with new worlds Davi often have to go back to a map to figure out where they are in their eddints.