Shadow of the Flame

Shadow of the Flame Explore the far off continent of Taladas in the exciting conclusion to The Taladas Chronicles As war and devastation spread across the continent of Taladas a small band of heroes has just suffered a

  • Title: Shadow of the Flame
  • Author: Chris Pierson
  • ISBN: 9780786942541
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Explore the far off continent of Taladas in the exciting conclusion to The Taladas Chronicles As war and devastation spread across the continent of Taladas, a small band of heroes has just suffered a devastating loss in a fight to determine the world s fate Barreth Forlo, their leader, has been possessed by the spirit of Maladar the Faceless, a sorcerer king who seeks toExplore the far off continent of Taladas in the exciting conclusion to The Taladas Chronicles As war and devastation spread across the continent of Taladas, a small band of heroes has just suffered a devastating loss in a fight to determine the world s fate Barreth Forlo, their leader, has been possessed by the spirit of Maladar the Faceless, a sorcerer king who seeks to return to power, by whatever means necessary Now Shedara and Hult, Forlo s companions, must push on without him, bound for the safety of the distant Rainward Isles Pitted against their friend, they must find a way to stop Maladar from raising his ancient empire from the ashes of history and the answer may well lie in Forlo s own son, who carries a secret even he doesn t understand.

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    1. This book is the third book of a trilogy and the other two must be read before this one. This book belongs to the Draganlance universe. In this one, Maladar is corporeal and has visions of conquest. Our heroes from the first two books plan to stop him.I enjoyed this trilogy but this one was the weakest of the three books. There was plenty of action for the action enthusiasts. Also, on the postive side, the author does an amazing job with the setting and its creatures. The reader definitely gets [...]

    2. The visuals were great. I just didn't like any of the characters besides Azar and the gnomes. But then, I always like gnomes (and kenders). Why did Shedara, Hult, Forlo and Essana have to be such unlikable people? Pah. Also, so many people died in these books that by the end of the trilogy, I was simply tired by all the slaughter. It didn't move me anymore. I just went, "Aaaaaaaaand they died. Of course. Of course." An overabundance of dying.

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