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WATERDEEP-AVATAR #3 (Forgotten Realms Novel: Avatar)
WATERDEEP-AVATAR #3 (Forgotten Realms Novel: Avatar)
von Richard Awlinson
  Taschenbuch

3.0 von 5 Sternen A decent conclusion to a better than average trilogy., 23. Oktober 1999
I remember reading this back in my grade school days right after it came out. At that time I read all three books in quick succesion and loved them. Thinking about all the fond memories I had about the books, I decided to reread the series and see how they fared on a second perusal.
My opinion of Waterdeep is that it is not as good as Shadowdale, but significantly better than Tantras. Its a solid conclusion to the book, and if no one has ruined it for you, the ending will blow you away. I was completely wowed when I read the book for the first time about ten years ago, but this time much of the effect had been lost.
Like Tantras, there's really no character development in this book. Everyone pretty much follows the path that was set for them in the first two books. There are some nice moments, and some great battles. And an annoying and pointless scene involving Kelemvor and a crow.
If you got past Tantras, you owe it to yourself to read this one. Its a solid conclusion to the trilogy, and the best part is that you get to read Prince of Lies, a much better book, next.


SHADOWDALE (Forgotten Realms Novel: Avatar)
SHADOWDALE (Forgotten Realms Novel: Avatar)
von Richard Awlinson
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Not as good the second time around but still worth reading., 23. Oktober 1999
I remember reading this back in my grade school days right after it came out. At that time I read all three books in quick succesion and loved them. Thinking about all the fond memories I had about the books, I decided to reread the series and see how they fared on a second perusal.
In the end, I found Shadowdale to be the best book of the three. It had a lot of action, a grand adventure, and good character development. Unfortunately, this book is much better than the other two. They pretty much stop the character development and focus more on carrying out predictable stories based on the excellent foundation created in the first book.


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