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Age of LegendTitel: Heldenblut (Age of Legend) Autor: Michael J. Sullivan Verlag: Grim Oak Press (ENG), Knaur (D) Seitenzahl: () Alter: 16+ Erste. Le migliori offerte per James Lovegrove/age of Legends/ sono su eBay ✓ Confronta prezzi e caratteristiche di prodotti nuovi e usati ✓ Molti. Auf Discogs können Sie sich ansehen, wer an Cassette von Age Of Legends mitgewirkt hat, Rezensionen und Titellisten lesen und auf dem Marktplatz.
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We'll see what the last book ends up like and whether any of the content added to book 5 ends up coming back to this book.
But for now, the book is done and waiting for another read from Robin before going to beta testing. View all 66 comments. Apr 22, TS Chan rated it it was amazing.
A brilliant sequel which fulfilled my eager anticipation and high expectations, Age of Legend takes the First Empire series to the next level of greatness with the promise of a showstopper by its finale.
Age of Legend is structurally different from the continuous narrative in the preceding three volumes. This book has three sections; the first part is the shortest which deals with the immediate aftermath of the battle at Alon Rhist.
The second section takes place one y 9th July: Book drops today!! The second section takes place one year after that, and there will be another five years' time leap for the third and largest part of the book.
Without needing to go into too much detail and dragging the narrative, the three-part story enabled the reader to appreciate how protracted the war was between the Rhunes and the Fhreys, before going into the more portentous events.
What a strange treasure is innocence, a virtue to the old and a curse to the young, so highly prized but eagerly parted with - the riches of beautiful skin traded for the wisdom of calluses.
Each chapter is once again preceded by an excerpt from the in-world The Book of Brin, and the first being that of innocence lost after the first war between men and elves.
These excerpts in the previous books tended to almost give too much away about the probable events in the ensuing chapter. In Age of Legend, however, they were more obscured and provided more of an impression or a feeling of what is to come, and I thought this was masterfully done.
Sullivan's writing has also improved so much since Riyria, but that ease of immersion that feels like a welcoming embrace is still ever present.
Reading a new book from him is akin to slipping into your favourite cosy sweater. But lo and behold, what is this hidden pocket that you just discovered?
You may feel like you know Elan well, but you'll still be surprised by well-crafted revelations about its lore and history that surface at all the right moments.
Sullivan became one of my favourite authors with the Riyria series through his innate skill of creating and writing characters that feel like good, old friends that you would want to revisit time and again.
In the First Empire series, such intimate characterisation continues to be the hallmark of Sullivan's writing.
There are no shortages of empathetic, three-dimensional characters, be it ones that you loved or despised. One individual which I found so unlikeable in the earlier books became such a sympathetic character that you couldn't help rooting for her.
Then there was one whom I thought would be a beacon of honour, due to his legendary name, who turned out to be a viper fuelled by vindictive vengeance.
As much as I can understand his motivations, it unnerved and shocked me. And I loved how Sullivan created real heroes from those whom you least expected.
Not heroes of might and magic, but of steadfast courage born of compassion and loyalty. Squishy heart moments are aplenty in these books.
Things that were obvious in the confines of the heart often failed to translate well when expressed through the inadequate filter of language.
As mentioned by the author, this next phase of the series is made up of a single overarching plot over the final three books.
As such, the plot did not progress as much as what we had in Age of War, which served as the first climax of the series. However, there was not once throughout the book which I felt bored in the slightest.
The character development is so compelling and riveting that every moment and every page felt important. What I enjoyed most about the First Empire series was getting the unvarnished account of the events and true heroes that shaped the legends that were told three thousand years later.
Given that Age of Legend is past the midway point of the series, I prefer not to make any mention about the plot at this stage except that it is working its way to a showstopping finale in a most engaging manner.
Please note that this book ends with a cliffhanger of sorts, and I am thankful to know that the next two books are most likely to be released on an accelerated schedule.
I received an early copy of the ebook as a Kickstarter backer. You can purchase this book from: Amazon US Amazon UK Book Depository Free shipping worldwide You can also find this , and my other reviews at Novel Notions.
View all 15 comments. Jun 01, Bradley rated it liked it Shelves: shelf , fantasy. The good: If you have been enjoying the Legends of the First Empire so far, you're probably going to enjoy this and the newish direction it takes.
In a very positive way, it is more of the same with many of the same characters, dealing with the aftermath of the big blow-out of the previous book and learning how to move forward.
Brin gets a lot of page-time and I, for the most part, enjoyed these parts more than the rest. Writing about writing is fun. The bad, or rather, the indifferent: I just coul The good: If you have been enjoying the Legends of the First Empire so far, you're probably going to enjoy this and the newish direction it takes.
The bad, or rather, the indifferent: I just couldn't get into this book much. I found my mind wandering a lot, never connecting or caring much about most of the happenings or the characters.
It might just be me or perhaps I'm getting slightly burned out on the series. It's a shame! I did enjoy quite a few parts of the previous tales, and this one has some pretty interesting, if very late, reveals that rallied my attention.
I'm just not sure if I feel like it's worth it, tho. Maybe the rather mythological new direction will appeal to a lot of ya'll.
View all 13 comments. May 17, Terence rated it really liked it. The war rages on until it reaches a stalemate. Persephone tries to forge a peace only to see her ambassador betrayed and taken captive.
An unlikely group seeks a legend in order to save their friend. Age of Legend is an enjoyable book, but I just don't see how they could end it where they did.
I can't believe I have to wait another year at minimum to learn what happens next. T The war rages on until it reaches a stalemate.
That just kills me. Age of Legend has all the usual style and substance of Michael J. Excellent world building and thrilling plot points.
I also love so many of the characters. They just complement one another so well. Persephone takes a major back seat as this book is largely carried by Brin and Tesh among others.
The devotion between characters is truly touching as well. Age of Legend is a great book even if I'm disappointed with the cliffhanger ending.
View all 6 comments. And you need to experience loss and remorse because falling down gives you the opportunity to rise once more.
Overcoming challenges turns a self-centered infant into a caring adult. Empathy—the ability to understand and appreciate the feelings of others—is the cornerstone of civilization and the foundation of our relationships.
Lack of it. Sullivan, Age of Legend From the second book on, none of us were left with the impression that there are going to be many happily ever afters We know that this world is a hard place to be a human, a hard life of drudgery to keep yourself and those you love alive.
But it is Life and as such, it is worth living! Our gang of beleaguered villagers who found themselves on the path of rebellion against the rule of the Fhrey, the name of the Elfin folk who have been perceived as gods by the humans for their long, seemingly endless lifespans, and in league with several Fhrey who also want change and revenge against the current ruler, are at an impasse on the border with the forces of the powerful Elves.
When a letter arrives for negotiations, the group lead by Persephone agrees, despite the condition for Suri, the only human able to weave the art of Magic, to come alone in good faith to the tower in order to come to an agreement for peace.
Suri, being Suri, jumps on the chance to do something good for all people and end the death and misery. But things are never this easy and only more pain follows THis is not surprising, since the author has taken what should have been book 4 and split it into three parts in order for it not to be a cumbersome tome, but also to give us more time with our beloved characters.
It was not a light book, but at least it didn't make me cry like the previous two did. It is good to see that some of our couples are doing well, and sad to see others struggling with isolation and loneliness.
I felt particularly sad for Persephone and Tessa, but I hold out hope that things will work out for them somehow.
I am very frustrated with Tesh, for he can have everything he needs for happiness on the palm of his hand if only he would forget the anger and hate growing stronger roots into his soul I also hope for his redemption Overall 7.
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Instead, an individual gained social stature, respect, and high office by means of their service to humankind. Everyone was born with two names, but a citizen could gain a third name as an honorific as a recognition of public service.
This service could take the form of virtually anything so long as it benefited the human race in some way. Great historians, scientists, researchers, healers, humanitarians, philosophers, engineers; all could acquire a third name if their work merited it.
Theoretically, nobody was unhappy, and all were provided for. Channelers in the Age of Legends had to work as hard for this recognition as any, and channeling was rarely seen as an advantage in earning the respect and gratitude of a community.
However, the name Aes Sedai, literally meaning Servants of All, was chosen to signify how the channelers only wanted to help the world community.
However, all was not as it seemed. In hindsight, he believed that, had the Bore not been drilled, these social problems might have caused war to eventually break out regardless.
Not much survives in the way of records of the world governments. There were global parliaments and councils that somehow interacted with one another to come to decisions.
It is uncertain how much area or population these bodies presided over, although it is thought to be substantial. The effectiveness of the global government, however, seems questionable.
During the War of Power , the primary form of government seemed to be the Hall of Servants. Men and women who were able to channel the One Power were very important in the Age of Legends.
They ruled their own membership at the Hall of Servants , but did not rule the population as a whole. They could run for government positions, but being a channeler was not a prerequisite, nor was it of any aid with regard to actually obtaining said positions.
However, channelers typically excelled at their professions due to the options the One Power afforded them, and as a group they were afforded much respect for their achievements.
Since they comprised only three percent of the population, there were truly not as many as usually perceived although since the average life span of an Aes Sedai not bound by an Oath Rod is around ten times as long a non-channeler, depending on their strength, quite a few channelers could have been alive at one time, even though only three out of every one hundred were born with the ability.
Due to their extensive knowledge, the truly powerful could perform what seemed like miracles, often through the use of a circle -a group of Aes Sedai working together.
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