Die Rose aus Saphir David Eddings

ISBN: 9783404202508

Published: 1995


605 pages


Die Rose aus Saphir  by  David Eddings

Die Rose aus Saphir by David Eddings
1995 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 605 pages | ISBN: 9783404202508 | 4.79 Mb

Ive read this book many times, so many, in fact, that the pages are falling out. What I adore is Eddings complete, unassailable, and believable world that he creates. The world that this series, and its sister series (The Tamuli) I think is more solid than even his first world/series.

This is epic fantasy, make no mistake. Our hero treks about the globe hunting down powerful magical objects, slaying gods, and building a reputation for himself that makes everyone cringe. But, its done with a grating kind of sarcasm that I find refreshing.However, that sarcasm is why this and others of Eddings books has four instead of five stars. That sarcasm flows seamlessly through prose and dialogue, many times blurring the distinctive characters.

One could argue that since the characters are largely in the same profession (Church Knights), they may all have a similar sense of humor. I dont feel thats accurate, though. When I read, I would like my characters to have individual personality, (hence why Ngaio Marsh will always win out over Agatha Christie for me) and aside from costume, there is little that separates the main characters.

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