The Herald: The Sundering, Book VI Mass Market Paperback – 12 Dec 2014
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About the Author
ED GREENWOOD is the creator of the Forgotten Realms(r) fantasy world setting and the author of more than 170 books that have sold millions of copies worldwide in over two dozen languages. In real life, he's a Canadian librarian who lives in the Ontario countryside with his wife, a cat, and far too many books.
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I will look forward to future books in the revised-revised genre. I will look forward to most of the authors of this six-book series, and possibly to some of the new ones.
My role playing on the other hand may take a little longer to adapt to the new genre. We'll see...
The book gets an extra star for wrapping things up - and for Not introducing a million random characters to be killed off.
In between the new characters that pop in (only to die a few pages later just as they were starting to get vaguely interesting and usually without adding anything to the story) it feels like it's just one big fight scene against overwhelming odds that don't seem to be that overwhelming for the main characters.. It just got (more) boring...
I'm sure EG used to write interesting stories 20+ years ago, but the plot in this one was only slightly more interesting than his last few novels (which were mostly dreadful), so I guess I shouldn't be surprised that this one was not a great read!
Just like the other books in the series this can be read as a stand alone novel, although certain events and character may pop up in more than one book.
I found this last part a wee bit too busy. It also wasn't what I had envisaged for the last part in the series. I would have liked to seen a better combination of the previous novels, even if only a little bit.
Greenwood has created strong characters, but perhaps not given any of them enough air time. Instead the book is bogged down by too many smaller characters, interactions between them and important monologues that were superfluous.
One of the golden rays of sunshine was Storm, mainly because her hair deserved its own prime time TV show. The tresses are magical tentacles.
Overall this has been a superb fantasy collaboration, and the blend of literary talent and authors adds to the ambitious series.
I received a copy of this book via NetGalley.
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A fantastic end to an excellent series I will take a while to recover from reading itPublished 11 months ago by M. glover
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