The Elder Gods: Book One of the Dreamers [David Eddings, Leigh Eddings] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. While most continents float. The Dreamers is the title of a fantasy series by David Eddings and his wife Leigh Eddings. The story revolves around four beings known as The Elder Gods. THE ELDER GODS: Book One of the Dreamers. David Eddings, Author, Leigh Eddings, Joint Author. Warner Aspect $ (p) ISBN.
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It was great Fantasy Lite reading and I ate all six books up. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
I felt like, savid though there was some edding underestimation of the creatures, the characters had it very easy. Read more about the condition. This series however was terrible. I fell in love with those books. It killed my joy in the rest of the series. I hate “Dallas” books. This is bad, but this book is so awful I had a hard time finishing it.
It is the first and only time I have e I hate “Dallas” books. Learn More – opens in a new window or tab. Eleria annoyed me as a character throughout most of the book, but at the end, when we get the hint that perhaps it has all been an act, I looked back over the course of the book and suddenly found her much more interesting.
The good guys so very intuitive with good ideas and great skills and they all become the bestest of best friends. The two armies meet in the western domain in surprise due to their extreme dislike for one another but Hook-Beak and Narasan become friends quickly as they plan to stop the foreseen attack in the Ravine above the Dhrall village of Lattash, the home of Red-Beard.
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While I love Eddings writings and I truly enjoyed this series, I feel that the ending presented in this book was a rip off. It’s still fun to read if you really are a fan of Eddings but I’d advise steering clear of this series until you’ve read the others.
More By and About This Author. They examine a miniature model of the Domain, and begin to make plans. With the exception of the two main couples who still manage to get together, thanks to some loopholes in drezmers time-reversal, every single relationship from the story no longer occurred.
The dialogue is probably where the most formality was noticeable. International postage paid to Pitney Bowes Inc.
dacid Taken to its logical conclusion it would have obviated the need to write the series. This is a story about four gods who are reaching the point when they have to hibernate and let their domain to a second generation, in a cycle that span the aeons. Add to basket. Email to friends Share on Facebook – opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter – opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest – opens in a new window or tab Edeings to Watch list.
Its a lot like listening to a 3 year old tell you about the trip to the zoo you just took. Well, where logics can’t explain, as long as it’s in realms of fantasy we’ll just assume it as the work of the almighty. Vreamers, a really big issue. But, his wife having died a few years back, and this being the last book he wrote before he died, Davod kind of wish they could have just left the series open.
As it is, I’ve given the other three books 2 stars and this one a 1 star because the ending ticked me off. So they each set to different continents to find people to fight for them.
Dddings first is acceptable, as that can just be admiration of his fighting skills, but what about the second comment?
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I don’t accept that these books were written by David Eddings, I just tell to myself he had a contract for four books from a long time ago but at the moment all he wanted was to die. While there ravid some injuries and deaths, none of the main characters really seemed to be in any kind of danger.
Borrowed it in the library as it has a collection plus the description looked nice. If only she wasn’t at all “buggy”, she would be a perfect mate for Rabbit. I really thought they could do better than this Want to Read saving…. It isn’t very hard for me to explain why I don’t like this book, no, this series, very much. This review may contain spoilers.
The humor that works so well in his previous series, feels very forced here. Before their arrival, Veltan had given Omago a knife, and Omago figured out how to turn the knife into a spear, a weapon that was common in the outside world, but unknown to the peaceful people of Veltan’s domain.
All in all, this last work of David Eddings is worthy of appreciation and regarded as “The Treasured One”, if not for entertainment.
It just doesn’t happen. I never mentioned the new work to Mr.