Enchanter's End Game by David Eddings(61 ratings)
|Title||Enchanter's End Game|
|Submitted by Ben Jackson |
I read this book about ten years ago and recently re-read it. As you always get with Eddings, a fantastic story. Unfortuneately, his dialogue on occasion seems a little laboured.
|Submitted by Nick Francis |
I wish there was a tenth star, because this book is one of the most addictive I have ever read. I find the way that even when nothing exciting is happening in the stary, I am still enthralled by its wide range of language techiques, personal style and completely original ideas.
|Submitted by firstname.lastname@example.org |
The Book Enchamter's End Game is one of the best books I have ever read. A very good and exciting book to end a very good and exciting series. The attention to detail Eddings uses is great. The war in Thulldom and the meeting of the gods are so well written I can see them vividly in my mind's eye as clear as if I were witnessing them firsthand. The subtle and not so subtle romantic relationships all come together in this one book finishing up The Belgariad.
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