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Siempre Unidos, La Isla De Los Elfos

Siempre Unidos La Isla De Los Elfos Serene beautiful inviolate Rich in magic and treasure to those who hear of its legends it is the ultimate paradise To the beleaguered elves of Toril it is the ultimate refuge But to many it is the

  • Title: Siempre Unidos, La Isla De Los Elfos
  • Author: Elaine Cunningham
  • ISBN: 9788446803225
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Paperback
  • Serene, beautiful, inviolate.Rich in magic and treasure, to those who hear of its legends it is the ultimate paradise To the beleaguered elves of Toril it is the ultimate refuge But to many it is the ultimate prize.At the heart of its story is Amlaruil, Queen of All Elves When Evermeet comes under massive, devastating attack, her sacrifice holds the last hope of savingSerene, beautiful, inviolate.Rich in magic and treasure, to those who hear of its legends it is the ultimate paradise To the beleaguered elves of Toril it is the ultimate refuge But to many it is the ultimate prize.At the heart of its story is Amlaruil, Queen of All Elves When Evermeet comes under massive, devastating attack, her sacrifice holds the last hope of saving the elven homeland.

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    1. One of my two favorite books. I was in awe the first time I read it. I admit I am a huge fan of elves so I was drawn to the book, but it is so much more then that. The characters, the history, the way it jumps from present to past and weaves everything together. I loved it so much I read it once a year for 7 years. The arrival of the elves on Toril, the rise and wars of the elven kingdoms, Vhoori and his power and inventiveness. The Starjammer ships that lead to the creation of the fleet. The hi [...]

    2. 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 [...]

    3. This was a great bit of Forgotten Realms lore. Cunningham is, as far as cheap fantasy goes, one of the best authors in the Realms.This book spans thousands of years and tells the story of the elves, from their myths about gods, to the legends about when they arrived on the planet of Aber-Toril, all the way to the most currant history about the elven isle of Evermeet.Some of the long names and history jumping between chapters became a little confusing, but over all, I really enjoyed it as a great [...]

    4. This is a “cute” recounting of the origins of some of the Gods and of the myths and legends of the elves on Toril but quite frankly it barely entertained and it did not need to be this long. Read at a page per minute made it barely tolerable. Rating it amongst the lesser of the forgotten realms novels

    5. Evermeet: Island of Elves is an ambitious novel and an entertaining one. In it, Elaine Cunningham relates stories that take place during thousands of years of Elvish history. The novel contains much that is entertaining, exciting, engaging, and intriguing. Readers are witness to everything from the early strivings of the Elvish gods to the millennia-later decline of the realm of Evermeet. There are many fabulous stories in this book; there are fierce and bloody battles with many fell monsters, t [...]

    6. This is the beginning of my great quest to read all of the Forgotten Realms stories in chronologically order. These posts will contain spoiler and not be posted in a timely manner. I plan on reading books in-between, so who knows how long this will take. I will be using this websites (o-love/realms/fr_time_) time line and I will be skipping all 4th edition books (or at least most of them), assuming I can figure out which one are 4th edition, because the Spellplauge was garbage.c. -30000 DREverme [...]

    7. Really well written overview of some Elvish history set in the D & D universe. The book covers thousand of years of history charting events across a wide amount of time and space. A clever edition is the Spellsinger elements reminding the reader of the overall D & D universe as well as other references to other worlds in this shared universe. The characters are well written and rounded and you are left with the feeling that you hope that others would revisit them at later dates. The stor [...]

    8. One thing about my taste in books that hasn't changed from my young and dumb days is that I love books like this, which tell the history of a place over a long period of time. It doesn't have to focus long on any one time period. Just show little vignettes as time goes by and this is cool.Evermeet is this sort of book for the elves of the Forgotten Realms setting, and it is cool, even when there are like, space elves that crash down and join the commune or whatever. That part was a little weird. [...]

    9. Elvish history of surface elves, very easy to read and not intensive. Long time span and scope starting with an event in elven pantheon, arrival of elves in Toril, to migration of elves on Evermeet. Political struggle between many races of elves especially between gold elves and moon elves. In all a short pleasant read.

    10. I very much enjoyed this book. To be honest, I wasn't sure how interesting it would be, but it was great. A little complicated at times as the stories jump back and forth. It was beautifully written and Elaine Cunningham did a good job of keeping me interested.

    11. Well done and I very much enjoyed the added depth to a world I love playing in. My only complaint was the time jumping which did not seem necessary nor did it add to the story. With the amount of characters one is expected to keep track of, the time jumping only added to the confusion.

    12. I'm not sure if three or four stars would reflect my view more soundly. The manner in which time is handled in the book was a touch difficult for me. I enjoyed the narrative well enough to make up for that, though.

    13. Brilliant writing by ElaineThe difficulty and in depth jumping around of timelines truly pulled me in. Not for a novice reader but still a book that EVERY Forgotten Realms fan should read!!

    14. Really enjoyed this book. The jumping around confused me a little (especially since I kept being tired when I read) but really enjoyed it and loved getting all that backstory!!

    15. There was so much in this book. It was almost too much. And, while I liked it, I imagine I will be back to read it again.I liked the elven backstory quite a bit. Definitely #TeamSilver. ;-)

    16. I wish the present day story was a book on its own, because it seemed sort of interesting. It came across as rushed and not fleshed out.

    17. A great addition to the forgotten realms books but it's written in my least favorite format; jumping timeline mixed with jumping POV's.

    18. It might not be too profound, but I got hooked immediately. And apparently I'm not the only one. All in all, this was one of the most entertaining books that I've read.

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