Reginas Song by David Eddings(14 ratings)
|Submitted by Angry D |
David And Leigh Eddings have some talent in writing together, but too much of it is wrapped up in their supposedly all-powerful "formula" for writing fiction (originally developed as a formula for writing fantasy.)
|Submitted by Cristian |
The story is about a set of twins that share an unbreakable bond even after death. When one of the twins dies the other is distraught but eventully comes back to the real world to accomplish one thing.
|Submitted by Anonymous |
I have probably read most of David Eddings' book's before I read this one and I was greatly looking forward to reading it. To be perfectly honest, this book was a great disappointment to me. I mean it wasn't bad or anything but I thought it would have at least got my heart pounding. By halfway through the book the reader already knows where the book is leading, then it just keeps blabbering on until the end where what the reader expected happens. It was written well, but by half-way through the book I thought I was going to die of boredom. Well I'll bet you're asking why I didn't just put the book down and here's your answer: David Eddings and his wife make a really good team and no matter how many times I put the book down and vowed not to touch it again, I couldn't help myself. While this book did disappoint me, it was irresistible.
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