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The Elder Gods - The Dreamers Book 1 epub

ISBN: 0446611670

ISBN13: 978-0446611671

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Language: English

Publisher: Grand Central Publishing

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Rating: 4.6

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Book Two: The Shining Ones. Book Three: The Hidden City. The redemption of althalus. So it was that the elder gods slept for twenty-five eons and then they awoke, refreshed and ready to resume their eternal task; and when they awoke, their younger counterparts were well ready to relinquish the task and go to their rest. And mountains rose up from out of the earth and were worn down by weather and time.

Yet the Gods are not the only power. Raised by the Gods themselves, these children can alter the fabric of reality. For in the center of Dhrall lives a voracious horror known as the Vlagh. In the coming battles the people of Dhrall will be aided by a ragtag force of foreign mercenaries and pirates, but the true champions of the war will be four enigmatic children known as the Dreamers.

When I heard that he was writing a new series, I anxiously awaited the first book (although after "The Redemption of Althalus" and "Regina's Song", I was a little bit skeptical)

Only 7 left in stock (more on the way). When I heard that he was writing a new series, I anxiously awaited the first book (although after "The Redemption of Althalus" and "Regina's Song", I was a little bit skeptical). Now, I suppose, if this book was written especially for children and/or young teens, then he did okay, but it is not what I would call 'good adult fantasy'.

Only the gods are real. On the Road to American Gods: Selected Passages from Neil Gaiman’S Online Journal About the Author. For absent friends-Kathy Acker and Roger Zelazny, and all points between. Caveat, and Warning for Travelers. One question that has always intrigued me is what happens to demonic beings when immigrants move from their homelands.

The Dreamers is the title of a fantasy book series by American writer David Eddings and his wife Leigh Eddings. The story revolves around four beings known as The Elder Gods residing in the land of Dhrall: Dahlaine of the North, Veltan of the South,. The story revolves around four beings known as The Elder Gods residing in the land of Dhrall: Dahlaine of the North, Veltan of the South, Zelana of the West and Aracia of the East. They must recruit the help of outlanders to destroy the fiendish Vlagh and prevent its attempt at world conquest

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Takes a while to get into this book, but I felt the need to see it through. And I'm glad I did because, although it wasn't the most exciting book I've read, it was very interesting & I appreciated a plot that I couldn't have imagined in a lifetime. I don't know how these writers come up with such ideas, but they certainly keep me entertained.
I'm as disappointed as the previous reviews. But to be honest I bought the series because of my Love for the "BELGARIAD & MALLORIEN" series. I'm hopeful that they will allow those series to be put on e-books soon.
I have been an Eddings fan for over 20 years and I definitely miss the type of writing that he used to do. Those were the days when I could literally lose myself in the story. When I heard that he was writing a new series, I anxiously awaited the first book (although after "The Redemption of Althalus" and "Regina's Song", I was a little bit skeptical).

Now, I suppose, if this book was written especially for children and/or young teens, then he did okay, but it is not what I would call 'good adult fantasy'. The character and world development were practically non-existent, the dialog definitely reminded me of the type of books I read in my early teens, and the grammar and spelling were absolutely horrid.
Being a die-hard Eddings fan, I will probably give the series at least one more book before I call it quits - although I think I will wait for the paperback version.
If you have never read Eddings, do not start with this book. It does not do justice to what he is capable of. If you are a fan, I suggest reading a library copy before deciding if you want to spend your money on it.
I read a lot. and i read fiction in general, i have read all of this authors works. and i thought i had read them all, i was surprised that this author did indeed have one more series in him. This book keeps you reading for many hours because it is so well written,i was saddened to learn of this authors passing,but if you want a series of books to keep you delighted for may hours, this series is for you. I have read many other authors, but his ones a great find. It has humor, and sadness, fear and triumph,it will exceed your expectations.
I found the book to be, boring uncompelling and superficial. I just finished the elenium and the tamuli before getting into this one. Those where already deeply dissapointing but this.... Truth be told Eddings does not know how to burry a character... For those who've read both elenium and tamuli it is fairly obvious that the little eleria is the godess aphrael all over again, down to the little kisses. The depth of the characters is stunningly superficial not to mention boring. As was said in a former review, the most irritating feature in this book is most certainly the repetition of things explained and explained again. I struggle myself through this series because I bought it and because quite frankly at this point I haven't got any other to read... but for those who haven't bought it yet, it's a waste of money and time if you are looking for the finly tuned characters and plots of the belgariad and the mallorean... I hope you find your writer's strenght again david
I have been a huge fan of David Eddings for over 25 years. I have read all of his other books so many times I have lost track. They are books that I can read over and over.

I am only about half way through this book and I am growing really disappointed. Something is off and I am having my doubts that David was all that involved with writing this book. What is really frustrating is it seems to me like there is a lot of similarities pulled from his other books. It seems to me Eleria is a lot like Aphrael from The Elenium and The Tamuli.

I will finish this book and after I am done I may decide to give it a better rating but so far it not near the quality of previous books by this author.
Boring, repetitious, lame characters. I don't even want to waste my time on this review, but Amazon requires a certain number of words.
Great read