Elminster s Daughter A paperback edition of Ed Greenwood s newest Elminster novel This paperback edition of Ed Greenwood s newest Elminster novel chronicles the latest events in the life of the Sage of Shadowdale Greenwo

  • Title: Elminster's Daughter
  • Author: Ed Greenwood
  • ISBN: 9780786937684
  • Page: 498
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • A paperback edition of Ed Greenwood s newest Elminster novel.This paperback edition of Ed Greenwood s newest Elminster novel chronicles the latest events in the life of the Sage of Shadowdale, Greenwood s signature character This novel was a top seller in hardcover, and the paperback edition has been eagerly awaited by Greenwood s fans AUTHOR BIO ED GREENWOOD, creator oA paperback edition of Ed Greenwood s newest Elminster novel.This paperback edition of Ed Greenwood s newest Elminster novel chronicles the latest events in the life of the Sage of Shadowdale, Greenwood s signature character This novel was a top seller in hardcover, and the paperback edition has been eagerly awaited by Greenwood s fans AUTHOR BIO ED GREENWOOD, creator of the Forgotten Realms campaign setting, is the best selling author of hundreds of stories, games products, novels, andarticles set in the world of Faer n His most recent title for Wizards of the Coast is City of Splendors A Waterdeep Novel, co written with Elaine Cunningham He is also the author of the Band of Four novels published by Tor Books.

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    1. This cover grabbed my attention with the bold, brutal and thrilling action which it depicts - the figure dressed in black, ferociously yet stealthily leaping with knife in hand, poised to strike her intended target. The action is furious - and makes an excellent cover that, as any good book cover should, forms many questions in the mind of the viewer: Who is this leaping assassin? Who is her target? Why does she want to kill him? Will she? Thus I was impelled to purchase a copy of this book to f [...]

    2. Quick Word of Warning:I'd like to warn any potential readers of my reviews that when I rate a Forgotten Realms novel I do it on the terms that it's a Shared World story entwined with an RPG aspect, with all the limitations as well as (hopefully) clear recognition of places, persons etc. of that worldEnd of Warning;-)Okay. So I've read it. I must confess that the last half was more like browsing, sigh. Why? Well, truth be told: Because I lost interest in the story. Double sigh. That is the reason [...]

    3. For some reason, I dived once again into Ed Greenwood's take on the Realms, and not only that, but one of his interminable Elminster stories. What am I, a glutton for punishment? At this point, I think I have to admit that my reading of Greenwood is a self-destructive compulsion, the literary equivalent of picking at an infected scab. I know it's going to be painful, I know it's likely to produce lingering illness, but I just can't seem to stop. I'm always peeking under the cover, trying to imag [...]

    4. Sour pickles, I somehow managed to lose my previous review, I think. Let me hit the highlights.I enjoyed this book much more than Elminster in Hell. This is much more a normal book, with a better plot and a storyline. I can pick out names and alignments better, though my hold on some relationships are still tentative. The characterization was an improvement on EIH. Elminster seems more human and approachable here, not just Elminster who bears all torture and wins and recovers. The plot twist at [...]

    5. Chronique complète : imaginelec/2016/1[]Ed Greenwood, qui est le créateur des Royaumes Oubliés, a souvent été décrié pour son style plus que moyen, un défaut qui ne m'a jamais frappé, ses romans, et notamment sa série sur Elminster faisant souvent partie de mes préférés, et ce nouveau volume de la série ne fait pas exception. Il n'est certes pas sans défauts, mais ceux-ci sont sommes toutes assez secondaire et on passe un excellent moment en compagnie du vieux favori et de son ent [...]

    6. I enjoyed this book, slightly more than Elminster in Hell. I had to force myself to finish reading this book.Greenwood makes a sloppy effort of bringing in multiple stories. His jumps between scenes is horrid, at one point he was switching every sentence which left me irritated and lost. It felt like there wasn't enough content with them to make them actual chapters, so he just tossed them in wherever. The buildup was deflating, and lasted maybe a handful of pages. I recommend staying away unles [...]

    7. Somewhat enjoyable, though less than the previous books of the series, mainly because of the title character. She just had almost no instances where her actions and thought processes made any kind of logical sense. Her actions and dialogues seemed spastic, with no reason for explanation for them occurring.

    8. This was another audiobook for me. Having listened to this one close on the heels of Elminster in Hell, it had Ed Greenwood's very distinct style, but a very different tone. I rather enjoyed it, and found the exploration of the themes of extreme longevity rather interesting. Overall, though, it was just a rollicking adventure, and I enjoyed it enough to try the next one.

    9. Ed it took you how long to come out with this after elminster in hell? and this was the best you could do? It is an okay book but certainly doesn't belong in the elminster series in terms of quality.

    10. this was the best of the series so far. it actually told a linear story. I didn't exactly care about it as per usual but at least I could follow it and it made sense. the back blurb was misleading but hey whatever.

    11. Slow going. Doesn't seem to follow a very in depth story line. Getting bored with it. I wish there was more magic/wizardry. The ending was ok. It was barely worth 2 stars. I would have given it 1.5 if able.

    12. I actually really enjoyed this book. The title of the book is kind of misleading because the daughter is kind of a secondary character. Story line was pretty good and characters were ok. Was worth reading.

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