The Seeress of Kell - David Eddings Reviews
Description:ISBN 0552148067 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: David Eddings / Edition: New edition / Paperback / 443 Pages / Book is published 2000-08-03 by Corgi Books
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David Eddings in generalThe Greatest Writer of All Time!!!! (614 words)
by Biffa - written on 22/07/00, updated on 22/07/00 (Very useful, 12 readings)
This is the hero of heroes when it come to authors, I'm sure that there are those of you out there thinking, what a load of rubbish. ...the best author is.....such and such, even when you look purely at fantasy there'll still be people that think Pratchett or Tolkien or even other...Kerr, Feist etc.... Well I agree the deserve merit, but really, anyone that has read eddings will understand that no one comes close to Eddings, he has created a world into which you get drawn, you care for the characters like no other book can do....his books have everything....joy, sorrow, tears, laughter, married, death, love, hate....you name it...Eddings is one of the few ...
David Eddings in generalThe good, the bad and the Childish (168 words)
by sethanon - written on 25/07/00, updated on 25/07/00 (Useful, 15 readings)
I must admit, I have every one of David Eddings' books, and I have read every one about 4 times. The only trouble is that having read other fantasy authors such as Raymond Feist, Terry Brooks and of course Tolkein I am becoming disatisfied with eddings! The so called witty repartie amongst the charcters is not so much ...
The Rivan Codex - David EddingsGreat Background reading (114 words)
by mljsutton - written on 11/08/00, updated on 11/08/00 (Very useful, 18 readings)
Ever wondered what books Garion was reading and why he did the things he did, well look no further its all here. I had to buy this book, well I had the rest, and I read it in a day. It is quite an intense read but it delves so deep and gives such a great background to all those little intricacies. If you enjoy the way Eddings ...