Queen of Sorcery by David Eddings(78 ratings)
|Title||Queen of Sorcery|
|Submitted by Cleopatra |
I have actually read the David Eddings, Belgariad and Mallorean many times, they are wonderful books. I just hooked onto them, and I have no started re-reading the series! I have just finished the 'Queen of Sorcery" and I have absolutely adored it. Noticeably, it is not the best book in the series, but nonetheless, grreat. David Edding's perception of the use of sorcery is very special, no other author has such creativeness. The characters are such well developed! I partcilairly love Silk, and Polgara, and well really- the whole lot of them! Ce'Nedra is dearly one of my favourites in this book, and it is so catching to see the way Garion and Ce'Nedra slowly entwine and fall in love. The humour of this book is indeed hilarious- and I intend to keep up with Garion and his friends throughout all the book for yet a second time!
|Submitted by Nathan |
All the fun begins. In the beginning you know something bad has happened, here and there you learn that what has happened could shake the world, but you still don't really know what Garion has to do with it, though you might have had a few theories. Now Garion displays some abilities you might not have expected from him. You will see the arrow filled forests of Asturia, you will meet the Fearless Knights of Royal Vo Mimbre, and the uniformed Power of the Legions of Imperial Tolnedra. You will start to see a bit more magic in the world and not just from Polgara and Belgarath, but from creatures.
|Submitted by David|
For all of you who have read this book, this is not for you. Basically this is a really cool book. Garion begins to learn about his quest and has some cool adventures.....A good book....
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