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Avaryan Rising: The Hall of the Mountain King, the Lady of Han-Gilen, a Fall of Princes Paperback – 15 Oct 1997
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13 July 1998
This was a mastery of writing, without a doubt. Tarr's style is so clear, yet very descriptive at the same time. And the story is absolutely enthralling. I read this entire volume in 3 days! The stories are nicely connected, and she focues more on the interrelationships of the characters than on just plain old magery and fighting. I thought the series was over when I finished this book, but thankfully there are 2 more to go! I'm just starting Spear of heaven now :-) If you love fantasy, you'll love this book - without a doubt.
26 July 1998
One of the best fantay novels I've read in a long time. Engrossing, original, and at times fun. It slighted toward a historical romance with the sexual unnuendoes but the roundness of the characters and the high magical elements makes this a trilogy not to be missed. i hope to read works as original and refreshing as this in the future.
1 February 1998
Judith Tarr is indeed a master of prose, fans of Feist, Reichert, Tolkien will eat this book up. The one thing keeping it from getting a rating of 10 is the way it ends. It has the same flaw that Feintuch's The Still has. A flaw that will be noticed by most readers. I recommend this book, it is extremely hard to put down after you start.
25 June 1998
Though not entirely unflawed, these books come so close as to make no difference. I read them one by one as they came out; my suggestion to readers is to set aside some time and read them all at once! Tarr's amazing characterization, sense of place, and her unerring dialogue sweep the reader into another world. You won't want to come back!
31 July 1997
I really loved this book. A three part story that leads you on a wild ride of adventure and intrigue. The characters are dynaminc and likable, the story flows well and best of all, it ends with a nice sense of closure while still leaving the door open for more books.
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