Sorceress of Darshiva The Endless QuestTroubles and delays continued to mount as Garion Belgarath Polgara and the company pursued Zandramas across the known world Possessed by the Dark Destiny she had stolen Garion s i

  • Title: Sorceress of Darshiva
  • Author: David Eddings
  • ISBN: 9780345369352
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • The Endless QuestTroubles and delays continued to mount as Garion, Belgarath, Polgara, and the company pursued Zandramas across the known world Possessed by the Dark Destiny, she had stolen Garion s infant son for a ritual that would destroy all that men valued She was always one step ahead, taunting and spying on them, flying over in the form of a great dragon Her aThe Endless QuestTroubles and delays continued to mount as Garion, Belgarath, Polgara, and the company pursued Zandramas across the known world Possessed by the Dark Destiny, she had stolen Garion s infant son for a ritual that would destroy all that men valued She was always one step ahead, taunting and spying on them, flying over in the form of a great dragon Her armies, led by a Demon Lord, threatened on one side on the other were the forces of Emperor Zakath, seeking to capture them Somehow, as the Seeress of Kell had warned, they had to be at the Place Which Is No More for the ritual at the same time as Zandramas, or face disaster But where that might be they still had no clue.

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    1. I find it rather strange that The Belgariad and The Malloreon are my favorite series. I read this series every year [at least] but I still see so many in the way women are characterized. But it’s still my favorite series. When I have reading slumps or I’m feeling out of sorts, this is the series that I always turn to. I see it’s faults (characterization, slow pace, repetition, etc) but I still love it. And I recommend it (to people who like old school Fantasy) quite often. So even though a [...]

    2. Fluffy, silly, and funThe Malloreon books are, let's be honest, not incredibly well written. All the main characters have started to sound the same, they all use the same idioms and expressions, and things got far too well for them. It's like a band of Mary Sues. I still love this book. It's fun to read, the events and writing are fun and good enough to be enjoyable. It's not war and peace, but it's still a fun read.

    3. I love the in depth history and geography that Eddings develops here. I could easily picture travelling alongside the characters while they were on their quest. The sense of inevitability was inescapable. The different uses of the will & the world kept me entertained as the increasing intensity of the plot had me glued to the pages. The characters were a lot of fun too. I truly enjoyed the time I spent with them. I love how each of them stood out on their own, yet really fit together as a gr [...]

    4. Sorceress of Darshiva is the fourth book in The Malloreon by David Eddings. The never ending quest! Trouble and delays seem to plague Garion and the party in their efforts with Zandramas always staying one step ahead. With Demon Lords and enemy forces on one side and agents of Emperor Zakath trying to capture them on the other, the party will need to hurry if they want to make it to the Place Which Is No More in time. Assuming Belgarath can figure out what that phrase means.This volume is all ab [...]

    5. As the fourth in the Malloreon series this book sees things get serious, setting up the characters and the story for the finale to come. Here our intrepid crew manage to uncover an undamaged version of the Ashabine Oracles, a vital piece of the puzzle that leads them to the next stage in their quest and the very thing that allows Garion to see the truth behind what he might have to sacrifice to stop Zandramas' plans. As our heroes continue their quest war breaks out amongst the various factions [...]

    6. I read the Bellgraid and the Malloreon about 10 years ago now, so my memory isn't up to a synopsis of the series or anything, but I did highly enjoy them then, they still grace my shelves now, and I hope to reread them in the near future.These books are great for the reader that enjoys fantasy series reading (so if you prefer a one off, try something else). They develop an amazing story and history that kept me engaged. The two series are intimately related/connected. The world is more of a high [...]

    7. Out of all the battles they had, someone finally got injured! Bruised. For a couple days. And it wasn't even an important character.Okay, so I find books more interesting when characters have to struggle through injuries every now and then.Very repetitive. Attacks, storms, lots of traveling, any problems are solved in a chapter or two. It felt like a bunch of miniature episodes of adventure instead of one super-duper long one. Not even a middling sized one. If they had come up against the demons [...]

    8. Eddings Sagan om Mallorea är ett intressant verk och mot slutet av serien blir det väldigt tydligt att ingen av böckerna står sig speciellt bra för sig själva. Att hela serien är ett verk som ska betraktas och läsas tillsammans är inte ovanligt, men extra tydligt i det här fallet. I takt med att berättelsen knyts ihop och upplösningen nalkas så förklaras också mycket av de händelser och skeenden som byggt upp de tidigare böckerna. Lite oväntat, men det här är en bra bok, och [...]

    9. A fitting lead up to the final book. A lot happens in this book, some of which will be a interesting but pleasant surprise to the reader. Nearing the end of their journey Garion and his friends find themselves in a lot of sticky situations in this book. An enjoyable and exciting read for a book which may be considered the hardest to get right. I can't wait to read the last and final book of the series.

    10. Of the five book in the Malloreon series, this one is probably the slowest. SO many things need to happen, and Eddings shoved many of them into this volume to set up the final confrontation in the last book. As such, this one can be a bit disjointed in its pacing. But, it has the epic scene with Durnik in it, so of course I like it. On to the last book! I wonder if it will end the same way as the last time I read it?

    11. I read these books as a kid and they were great then. As I've grown older, I've noticed the detracting factors from the quality of writing to the originality of the story - but my nostalgia wins through. This series - The Mallorean - does not have as many good qualities as the first, but again, nostaglia. This series will always be a classic for me. Will update once I've read them again.

    12. The writing style is good, the humor is still there, but the plot is flat. It's just the same old characters, doing the same old things they've been doing for nine books now, and I really don't care that much about them anymore. Entertaining enough to read, but only if you have nothing better to do.

    13. Still very much enjoying this five-book series and now look forward to the final denouement in the last of this epic.For anyone thinking of reading the Malloreon I would suggest you get the whole set, since each book is a continuation of the story and they are more like five parts of the whole, than separate books.

    14. Have I mentioned how nifty it is to have the Main Evil Guy be, in fact, a woman? And not a shriveled old crone of a woman, even?I didn't know Leigh Eddings died in February of this year. Thank you, Leigh, for making sure we got as many good female characters as males in these series.

    15. The ongoing challenges facing our Heroes continue to grow in danger and the levels of deceit reach new heights. We meet a new disciple and a new prophet. Things are a changing!

    16. The Sorceress of Darshiva,book four of the Malloreon series, by David Eddings is about a man named Belgarion who gathers a large group of differently talented people and they go to catch the thief who kidnapped Belgarion's son to fulfill the dark prophecy instead of the light. however, the thief isn't the only thing they have to worry about. Their party is also being chased by an over-religious disciple of the dark god Torak who Belgarion killed in the previous series, The Belgariad. As Belgario [...]

    17. Full review here:jamesgenrebooks/2At this point in the series, one can't help but feel like the author is using the old Indiana Jones method of using an arrow on a map to move people along, with mosquito stops everyone on the map.

    18. The Belgariad and Malloreon are wonderful series that can happily be read and re-read time and time again.

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