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The Malloreon, Vol. 2: Sorceress of Darshiva / The Seeress of Kell
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The Malloreon Vol Sorceress of Darshiva The Seeress of Kell Here is the epic conclusion of David Eddings s enthralling series The Malloreon two magnificent novels in one volume This monumental fantasy follows the story of two age old opposing destinies locked

  • Title: The Malloreon, Vol. 2: Sorceress of Darshiva / The Seeress of Kell
  • Author: David Eddings
  • ISBN: 9780345483874
  • Page: 339
  • Format: Paperback
  • Here is the epic conclusion of David Eddings s enthralling series The Malloreon two magnificent novels in one volume This monumental fantasy follows the story of two age old opposing destinies locked in a seven thousand year war for control of the world, its gods, and its men Indeed the victor will determine nothing less than the fate of all creation.Troubles mount as KiHere is the epic conclusion of David Eddings s enthralling series The Malloreon two magnificent novels in one volume This monumental fantasy follows the story of two age old opposing destinies locked in a seven thousand year war for control of the world, its gods, and its men Indeed the victor will determine nothing less than the fate of all creation.Troubles mount as King Garion, Belgarath, and Polgara pursue Zandramas, the Child of Dark, across the known world The wicked creature has abducted the King s infant son for sinister purposes If Garion and his companions cannot reach the Place Which Is No More, as the Seeress of Kell has warned, then Zandramas will use Garion s son in a rite that will raise the Dark Prophecy to eternal dominion over the universe Only the Seeress of Kell can reveal the mysterious locale, but first Garion and Polgara must fulfill an ancient prophecy in the mountain fastness of the Seers Although Kell is closed to Zandramas, her dark magic can forcefully extract the intelligence she needs from one of Garion s party Setting traps and dispatching her foul minions, she is determined to claim the world for the Dark Prophecy But Garion will let nothing stand between himself and his son

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    1. by Ax says:

      Finalmente la fineFine della Saga, finalmente. Nessun entusiasmo, perché banale di una banalità che incupisce lo spirito e la fantasia. Le caratterizzazioni dei personaggi sono superficiali e prive di nerbo — nessuna evoluzione rispetto al romanzo iniziale —, la trama gira intorno a se stessa con la scorrevolezza di un fiume ma senza nulla travolgere. L'umorismo che qua e là si intravede risulta spicciolo, senza aggiungere incisività alle vicende, peraltro piatte di suo.Tempo perso.

    2. Whitney says:

      Why are there four separate instances of old dudes signing up with young hotties on the short side of half their ages? it is TOTALLY NASTY.Also that is the smuggest (is that a word?) ending I have ever seen to anything. The constant manipulation of every event by higher powers suffocates the narrative and robs it of any power it might have had.

    3. Elaina says:

      This was so good! I loved how it continued the story of the first series, and the books that came before it. The ending was really good, even though I'm sad that its over. I have grown so fond of the characters, and I know that this is one of my favorite books. I am going to read the 2 prequels now, because I can't get enough of the series!

    4. Mitch O'Dell says:

      Favorite Books of all time.

    5. Jeremy Preacher says:

      Omnibus, standard drill.Sorceress of Darshiva:Like Demon King, Sorceress is a little disjointed - it's very episodic, and the episodes don't have a ton of narrative or thematic flow to them. But on the whole I find them more entertaining than the previous volume, and while it's not quite up to King of the Murgos on my fondness scale, some bits - the Senji sidebar, the injured wolf, the last ridiculously dramatic scene - are personal favorites. I do get a little tired of the insufficiently varied [...]

    6. Sebastien says:

      Après avoir suivi les aventures de Garion et ses amis depuis si longtemps, il serait triste d'abandonner :). Surtout que c'était clairement dans les meilleurs roman que j'avais lu jusqu'à maintenant. Donc, un dernier recueille qui contient les deux dernières histoires (bien sur je ne compte pas les auto-biographie de Belgarath et de Polgara ainsi que le Rivan Codex).Sorceress of Darshiva fait suite à Demon Lord of Kandara et représente le centre de cette histoire, quoi qu'intéressante, es [...]

    7. Mike McAdam says:

      I really enjoyed this book (series). It came recommended to me by a friend. Let's just say the author was a HUGE fan of Lord of the Rings. There are tons of similarities. I went for 4 stars instead of 5 because the books became progressively long-winded and could have been edited down a little. There were a few scenes I read and thought "What was the point of this scene?" Sometimes there wasn't one. The series leads up to a climactic event that happened 70 pages before the book was over. It took [...]

    8. Maddy Lanslots says:

      There's not much I can say about this final book that I haven't said before about its predecessors. I love these books, they are brilliantly written and although at times a bit slow or stereotypical, they are also amusing, at times endearing, and they keep the reader on his/her toes throughout the story. The characters are lovable and the plot is good. This was the third time I have read these books and I noticed that I read them differently every time, which is also partly why they are favourit [...]

    9. Berry Muhl says:

      (Same review as for Vol. 1.)Everything I said about the Belgariad applies here. The story is more complex, although it follows a similar outline (a fact which is addressed in-story, by way of pointing out how the Prophecies cause events to repeat until the future can resume). The characters are as rich, and their interactions as witty, as before (although some of the repeated jokes do become a mite tedious after the 20th iteration). We get much less King Rhodar here, so Prince "Silk" Kheldar tak [...]

    10. Daniele says:

      Minchia, che fatica trovare questo libro! Dopo tanto cercare sono riuscito a mettere le mani su questo libro! Questo volume contiene gli ultimi due episodi della saga dei Mallorean: La maga di Darshiva e La profetessa di Kell. Ritornano i protagonisti del ciclo di Belgariad in gran spolvero. Ho sempre trovato Eddings uno scrittore di facile lettura ed in questo caso voglio sottolineare che si tratta di un complimento. Bello, divertente a volte scanzonato Un pò come tornare in quel vecchio local [...]

    11. Matt says:

      The Mallorean Series (5 books) follows the same characters in the Belgariad series, one of my all time favorites. While this series is fun to read, it is basically a 'remake' of the previous series. Events are so similar that even the characters notice it. This is explained in the series, but can be somewhat monotonous. Still, I enjoyed reading them.

    12. Veronique Auger says:

      This is different than what I would normally read seeing as it's an "adventure/fantasy" story. I would say it`s a mix between Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings and I loved it. A friend suggested it and although I was hesitant, I read it. I'm not sure it's for everyone and perhaps it's geared towards adolescents but it is interesting nonetheless.

    13. Spazfungus says:

      The final conflict resolution felt a little too contrived, drawn out, and anti-climactic. Read this if you just want to know how the story ends (and if you like smart-mouthed oily eunuchs) Don't read if you dislike annoying child-like queens, flaky seeresses, all powerful but ineffective magic wielding sorceresses.

    14. Linda says:

      I don't regret picking up this series again (10 books and 7 weeks later). Eddings does a beautiful job creating characters and keeping them in focus throughout all 10 books. This is one of those that says with me so long that I can't pick up another book quite yet.

    15. Lori says:

      While openly written as a formulaic fantasy, the author(s) [David later credited his wife, Leigh, as being a co-writer for the series] still manage to make a compelling tale filled with vivacious characters who are interesting to follow wherever they will take you.

    16. Randy Patton says:

      Overall, Volume 2 of The Mallorean was consistent with the rest of the series. The ending did seem a little drawn out too far. But I have really enjoyed the journey of both the Belgariad and Mallorean.

    17. Johnny Feng says:

      What began in Belgariad finally draws to a close in Mallorean. The time has come for the last battle between the two entities. This is the event that has been foretold in all the prophecies, when the one who shall rule over all will be revealed once and for all.

    18. Anita says:

      David Eddings writes really long stories. It was fun to see some old characters return and meet some new ones as well. The ending fizzled. It took a long time to wrap up all the loose ends. The characters were pretty funny. Overall I liked the books.

    19. Erin says:

      A continuation of my favorite fantasy series and I have read them multiple times. They move along quickly, but have the right amount of detail so that you can picture all of the characters involved. Great books!

    20. Callandor says:

      Ok.lly reading the last book. Should be the last time I'll read this seriesEdit: Done, a good read, it wraps things up nicely. Good for beginners to the fantasy genre, but gets old quickly.

    21. Hank says:

      A favorite of mine as a child, with characters of perhaps a stereotypical sort, but well-written and enjoyable in the end. Plenty of magic, mayhem, plots, and characters, these books whet my appetite for fantasy.

    22. John says:

      Along with the BELGARARD (which is the series of prequels), the MALOREAN was one of my favorite fantasy stories growing up. I've re-read this series many times, and enjoy it immensely each time.

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    24. blumathu says:

      So far, not quit as gripping as The Belgariad, but a fun read none the less. It seems like Eddings himself might have been getting bored with the story at times.

    25. Veronica says:

      See review for volume 1. Eddings' comments on the nature and importance of personal choice in the standard good vs. evil plot are rather interesting.

    26. Nathan says:

      My favorite fantasy series and my first! I had to hide these from my Mom because I was only allowed to read books for the Christian Bookstore.

    27. Travis says:

      This volume has the final two books of Belgarion's journey.Even at a total of 10 books in the saga, I can never really get enough of these characters and the rich world created by Mr Eddings.

    28. Jenn says:

      This was an enjoyable read, but it does drag some. Not quite a good as his later novels.

    29. Amloid Mesa says:

      Good series great ending. Doesn't leave u hanging

    30. Josh Handy says:

      This was my first Fantasy series that I really got into and I have re-read the series multiple times. If you love dialog in this style of writing, you will love this series!

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