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Dragon Age Volume 3: Until We Sleep Hardcover

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  • Hardcover
  • Publisher: Dark Horse
  • ASIN: B00FK8RE2Y
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Joao Cardeira Jorge on 3 Nov. 2013
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"Until We Sleep" is a perfect ending to our heroes quest and an epic adventure full of details about one of Dragon Age's most loved characters, Varric. The comic is narrated by Varric, just like DA2 and its lots of fun seeing how his story embellishes what really happened and in a way, once again, raises the question of just how much of DA2 really happened and how much was Varric's storytelling. Just like the second volume was centered on Isabela, this one is all about the rogue dwarf and answers one of the biggest questions about his character! Bianca!!! Enough said!
The comic moves at a swift pace, with action, battles, beautiful pages and a tight script. The quest has a satisfying conclusion, with an epic climax and every plot point resolved.
This was just a great series, with a decent start in Dragon Age Volume 1: The Silent Grove (Dragon Age (Dark Horse Hardcover)) and two magnificent volumes following it, with lots of lore and a quest very close to the games' structure.
Highly recommended to all "Dragon Age" fans.
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The Dragon Age: Library Edition collects every single Dark Horse Dragon Age comic published up until 12 June 2014, and contains three separate volumes which follow each other in a successive storyline: The Silent Grove, Those Who Speak, and Until We Sleep. It is a trilogy contained within a hardcover volume, but most importantly, written by the Dragon Age lead writer: David Gaider. As such, then, it is a natural thing to read as a fan of the series, and it expands on many points for the three characters on which it focuses – Alistair, Varric, and Isabela (though the story may not follow some same canon established in some players’ games). However, is this volume worth buying?

The Silent Grove

‘The Silent Grove’ is an interesting tale set two years following the events of Dragon Age II, and continues the writing of the Lead Writer David Gaider. The graphic novel contains a number of tie-ins to the previous games and extends the story of three of the previous companions of the player’s character: Alistair, Isabela, and Varric. It further follows the main canon of the game, and does a good job at expanding its universe and making use of little known characters mentioned in the main games of the series.

So, what does it focus on? This volume focuses on King Alistair, accompanied by rogues Isabela and Varric, on a long and dangerious quest deep inside the borders of Antiva. Together they must stage a prison break, face dragons, and a Witch of the Wilds, as well as uncover a secret which Alistair longs to find the answer to in order to find some inner peace.

Those Who Speak

‘Those Who Speak’ follows directly after ‘The Silent Grove’ leaves off, and continues with the quest on which the three main characters have embarked.
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By K. Jones on 5 Jun. 2014
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If you love Dragon Age, you're going to enjoy this. It's a solid entry into Bioware's imaginary world. Good art and concise story telling. It you've never played Dragon Age you have some catching up to do.
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By David James on 26 Oct. 2013
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The epic conclusion to Alistair's hunt for Maric, and from the point of view of the loveable Varric. Must read!
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By Mrs. G. Fletcher on 30 Oct. 2014
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brilliant if you love dragon age
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