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3 Morceaux detalles
- Editor: Performer's Edition
- Fecha de publicación: 1 de agosto de 2008
- Cubrir: Partitura
3 Morceaux Revisiones de libros
Eilin González _ilin_onzalez — I’ll start this off by just saying it right off the bat: This novel gets a perfect score, five Beholders out of five Beholders. In my estimation, when a novel is written, Evermeet: Island of the Elves is the book that it is compared to. And, it is hard to compare to this book, really. I’ll start off with the plotline. The book is great, in that it weaves in and out of different plots, which is the plot of the book itself! Confusing for someone who hasn’t read it, maybe, but for those of you who have, I’m sure you understand. And, I’m betting that that’s most of you, as Evermeet: Island of the Elves really is “required reading”. The book’s strength is that it spans so much time, that it spans and illuminates so much history, all while having a fairly strong “metastory” (Danillo’s gift to Arilyn), and a fairly strong contemporary story (the invasion of Evermeet by Kymil Nimesin). The characters are all mostly excellent. In theory, there should have been a lot of misses here. I mean, being as that the book jumps around centuries and millennia at a time, one would think that there wouldn’t be a lot of character development. Well, surprisingly, there is. But, at the same time, there wasn’t. It’s paradoxical, and yet, Elaine makes it work. Characters like Ka’Narlist, or Vhoori Durothil get very little actual “air time”, but there is just something about these characters- and a bunch of others- in Evermeet: Island of the Elves, that just blows me away. Indeed, Ka’Narlist and Vhoori Durothil both rank in my top five favorite Forgotten Realms characters. Both are only featured in this novel (Ka’Narlist does get another short story), and yet, there is something about them that transcends the short amount of time they have to be introduced and grow. If there is one criticism I have of the book, it is that there aren’t definite dates. For example, there still- believe it or not- is a date in which we have by canon that Amlauril and Zaor were married. The scene is depicted in the novel, but we don’t have any dates to link with it. But, even this one criticism, I do not attribute to Elaine.
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