The Younger Gods

The Younger Gods

Book - 2006
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In this thrilling conclusion to The Dreamers, the Vlagh prepares for one final, merciless attack - one that will pit her forces against the might of both the Elder Gods and the Younger Gods. But all the painstaking preparations of these noble allies might come to naught if they continue to ignore a growing threat within their ranks. For Aracia, sister of the goddess Zelana (The Elder Gods), is nearing the end of her cycle, and has begun to lose her mind. Her insanity, if it is not recognized, will place the entire land of Dhrall in turmoil, making the dreaded coming of the Vlagh look like a childs game by comparison.
Publisher: New York : Warner Books, c2006
Edition: 1st ed
Branch Call Number: FICTION EDD
Characteristics: 410 p. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Eddings, Leigh

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govtdrone
Oct 19, 2010

Boring, repetitive, sloppy and lazy writing combined with convoluted story lines, an over-abundance of major characters, and an absolute lack of anything approaching literary tension.

When even in a series based around gods, the authors have to employ a deus ex machina to end their storyline is as good an indication of the utter dreadfulness of this book, and this series.

Avoid.

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wizardinwhite
Dec 07, 2009

Awful in comparison to the Belgariad and the Mallorean, a clear plunge in the literary ability of the Eddings' team.

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