Free Read [Graphic Novels Book] ☆ Kohtalon täyttymys - by David Eddings ✓


  • Title: Kohtalon täyttymys
  • Author: David Eddings
  • ISBN: 951233268X
  • Page: 186
  • Format: Paperback

  • Pyh Aldurin Kivi on vallattu takaisin ja Garion kruunattu kuninkaaksi Riva Rautakouran perillisen Ikivanha ennustus ei kuitenkaan ole viel toteutunut Garion tiet ett lopullinen taistelu Pimeyden jumalaa vastaa on v ist m t n, silloin ratkaistaan Kiven herruus ja maailmojen kohtalo Niin on m r tty, mutta sisimm ss n nuori kuningas tuntee kalvavan ep ilyn voiko iPyh Aldurin Kivi on vallattu takaisin ja Garion kruunattu kuninkaaksi Riva Rautakouran perillisen Ikivanha ennustus ei kuitenkaan ole viel toteutunut Garion tiet ett lopullinen taistelu Pimeyden jumalaa vastaa on v ist m t n, silloin ratkaistaan Kiven herruus ja maailmojen kohtalo Niin on m r tty, mutta sisimm ss n nuori kuningas tuntee kalvavan ep ilyn voiko ihminen voittaa kuolemattoman jumalan Kohtalon t yttymys on viides ja viimeinen osa Belgarionin tarua, loistavaa fantasiaeeposta, joka kertoo nuoren pojan seikkailujen tiest maailmassa, jossa peri inhimillinen ja yliluonnollinen el v t luontevasti rinnakkain.
    David Eddings
    David Eddings was an American author who wrote several best selling series of epic fantasy novels David Eddings wife, Leigh Eddings, was an uncredited co author on many of his early books, but he had later acknowledged that she contributed to them all.David Eddings first books which were general fiction sold moderately well He later switched to writing epic fantasy, a field in which he achieved great success In a recent interview with sffworld, he said I don t take orders from readers On January 26, 2007 it was reported that Eddings accidentally burned about a quarter of his office, next door to his house, along with his Excalibur sports car, and the original manuscripts for most of his novels He was flushing the fuel tank of the car with water when he lit a piece of paper and threw into the puddle to test if it was still flammable.On February 28, 2007, David Eddings wife, Leigh Eddings born Judith Leigh Schall , died following a series of strokes She was 69.David Eddings died on June 2, 2009 at the age of 77.


    Commentaires:

    Wanda
    For me, this was the most enjoyable book of the whole Belgariad series, and that despite all of the “happily-ever-afters” that occur by book’s end. Those of you who know me, know that I much prefer “Lady or the Tiger?” type endings that leave things more to my imagination.Garion finally comes into his own during this installment and his elders and the Prophecy actually help him. He and Ce’Nedra start communicating, instead of guessing what the other is thinking or feeling. And even H [...]

    Kelly
    I will let my review of this book speak for all of the Eddings books that I have read, which include four series of books (Belgariad, Mallorean, the Elenium and the Tamuli). I discovered these books in the seventh grade, and as a testament to how much I loved them: not only I, but all of my friends and I ripped through all four of these series over the course of six months to a year, sharing books and working out arrangements of who would buy the next one. I remember sitting around in a circle a [...]

    C.E. Murphy
    Turns out ENCHANTERS' END GAME has all kinds of POVs in it, mostly, in fact, of women. Well, no, not mostly: mostly it's Garion. But every other POV is a female, because Eddings dips in around the West and visits the queens who are holding the thrones while their husbands are off fighting the big war. Re-reading as an adult, I found that interesting for two reasons: one, it means every POV in the Belgariad that is not Garion's is female, which--from the adult perspective--is fairly awesome. One [...]

    Jane Jago
    All five reviewed.This is a grand story that rattles along at a good pace.I liked: Garion and most of his chums. The story. The writing.I didn't like: Polgara. How sweet tempered Garion is.But all in all I'd say read this quintet it's worth your time.

    Valyssia Leigh
    David Eddings constant harping on traditional gender roles finally ruined my enjoyment of this story. Few of his female characters appear as more than amusing idiot children, a point belabored by piles of pejorative terms, pointless tantrums, fickle mood swings, manipulative girlish smiles, and so on The few bold moves of significance made by these women were marginalized under the heading: 'she can get away with it because she's too ignorant to know any better.' One living women is powerful eno [...]

    Stephen
    3.5 stars. Fairly satisfying ending the Belgariad. Overall, this was an above average epic fantasy series geared more towards the YA audience but still enjoyable for adults. One final note: I listened to the audiobook narrated by Cameron Beierle and he did an excellent job with the series.

    Patrick
    Meh. I like many of the characters, but they do the same things in the same way for 5 books and it just wore on me. Many things were resolved too easily, and some were not resolved at all except in a sentence. e.g. Barak's been freaking out about his bear possession for 5 books and it's resolved in one sentence in a flashback saying now he's dealt with it. Ce'Nedra was apparently supposed to show maturity and growth, but I think she showed very little progression. It's hard to root for this obno [...]

    Jim
    I devoured this & the previous book in a day. I'm trying to baby a bad back & this was a perfect excuse to do so. It was a good ending to a fun series - sort of. There are some loose ends & it is clearly stated that the prophecy doesn't end here, but I can easily & will. The Mallorean, another 5 book series, picks up where this leaves off & isn't quite as good. It's more of the same - too much so - so it's a let down. The flaws in this series & Eddings' writing become mor [...]

    Amber
    I hadn't intended on giving this 5 stars, but seriously, the ending was pretty cool. It was so Harry Potter-esque that I couldn't help but think Rowling must have read the series before she wrote hers. I just didn't see the battle between Torak and Garion going the way it did, and it impressed me. Plus, I was glad it tied up all the loose ends. Looking forward to reading The Mallorean series, which is an extension off this I guess. This series played it safe a bit, but nice wrap up.

    Stephen
    3.5 stars. Fairly satisfying ending the Belgariad. Overall, this was an above average epic fantasy series geared more towards the YA audience but still enjoyable for adults. One final note: I listened to the audiobook narrated by Cameron Beierle and he did an excellent job with the series.

    Lauren O'Farrell
    I'd write a review but I'm so grateful to have finished this book and never have to read anything in the series again that I'm just going to run away. I'M FREE! FREE I TELL YOU!

    Emiliya
    Личи си старата школа. Превъзходен разказвач.

    Nicole
    I think the Belgariad series is one of the best fantasy stories about a boy's coming of age. It predates this crazy onslaught of market-driven writers who hope to make a quick name, a huge splash, and a lot of money all in the name of the written word. In fact, if you compare the quality of Eddings' writing with that of many of the big names in young adult fantasy today (though I believe it's not intended for a young adult audience specifically), you'll see that the scales will tip quite heavily [...]

    Muffin Adorable
    ¡Las Crónicas de Belgarath releídas! Es una de esas sagas a las que les viene muy bien una relectura. No solo por cosillas que haya podido saltarme durante la primera lectura (mea culpa, que no es mi género), sino por que los personajes e incluso los acontecimientos ganan más sustancia.Seda va a seguir siendo mi personaje favorito, por mucho que Mandorallen se esfuerce (y es una lástima, porque de no haber desaparecido por completo en los dos últimos libros, habría sido una lucha muy enc [...]

    Renee
    It's too bad I didn't read this series as a child, for I might have liked it then. Reading it as an adult just didn't work for me, though I really wanted to like it. I liked some of the characters, and the overall storytelling; but had too many issues throughout. Worst for me was probably the characterization of women throughout this series. Sure, this setting is patriarchal, but that doesn't mean every woman has to be a fliggering idiot. They have tantrums, do stupid things so men have to rescu [...]

    Sotiris Karaiskos
    Μια ακόμα από τις σειρές που θεωρούνται must read στο χώρο της υψηλής φαντασίας και διαβάζοντας το κατάλαβα το γιατί. Από τις πρώτες σελίδες καταλαβαίνεις ότι είναι μια εξαιρετική σειρά με την κλασική συνταγή που υπερτονίζει τη φιλία, την αυτοθυσία και τη “μαγική [...]

    Burhan
    Belki 5 yıl önce okusaydım farklı bir yorum yapabilirdim ama son zamanlarda okuduğum fantastik serilerin ve/veya son dönemde çıkan yeni fantastik serilerin yanında çok ama çok zayıf kalıyor. Vasatın altında bir kitap diyebilirim.

    Anne Schelhorn
    Completes most of the story lines from the previous books. Does leave some open questions which are resolved in the Mallorean series. This series is epic fantasy with a somewhat more gentle feel than the Wheel of Time series by Jordan. This Author takes the time to detail some of the cultures of the 10 or more kingdoms involved in the back story. The male and female characters are all likeable with the occasional scoundrel thrown in for good measure. A pleasure to re-read.

    Cindy
    Ehhhh. I am underwhelmed by this ending.

    M.J.
    The fifth and final book in Edding's Belgariad series has a distinctly "Return of the King" flavour, but it is dogged by many of the same problems found in the earlier books. While the bulk of the fellowship is leading the armies of the west into battle with the assembled army of the forces of evil, a smaller part of the fellowship ventures into the dark city where the sleeping god waits to be be reawoken as an object of great and terrible power that he desires is brought ever closer. The two co [...]

    Ryan
    I hadn't read anyDavid Eddings before this series. I had heard about him here and there, primarily from one friend I knew in the dorm back in college. A few months ago I was looking for some good fantasy pulp to keep my brain occupied as I tried to fall asleep. I was at Half-Price Books and saw this series (there are a LOT of Eddings books at Half-Price). I bought the first in the seriesPawn of Prophecy and enjoyed it. Now, let me be a little more clear about that.I enjoyed it, but it's extremel [...]

    Whitney
    The series gets more readable as it goes on. I still don't find the humor terribly appealing and the characters are still one-dimensional (though some of them manage to be very likable within their stereotypes.) There is a lot of action in these later novels and it is good mindless entertainment, however a few things about the conclusion bothered me. The choice Polgara, the most powerful woman in the world, is given post-climax is rather insulting. It's a rare novel indeed which offers a man the [...]

    Hannah
    Excellent ending to this series! Everything came together in a satisfying yet kind of bittersweet way. I would have been sadder about it ending if I didn't have the Malloreon series sitting on my nightstand right now. I can't wait to continue the adventure, especially now that the characters have matured.

    Matt Braymiller
    The five stars are for the entire series as much as for this final volume. As I mentioned in my comments on the first book in the series, this is one of my favorite presentations of the familiar coming of age / embodiment of prophecy fantasy stories.Eddings did such a good job of presenting Garion as an ordinary boy, living a life of ordinary obscurity before being thrust into events far beyond himself. It is very easy to get inside Garion's head and ride along with him through his series of adv [...]

    Kirsty (Amethyst Bookwyrm)
    This and my other reviews can be found at amethystbookwyrm/The fate of the world depends on one duel. Garion is now the King of Riva, but he knows there will be no peace as long as Torak lives. Garion along with Belgarath and Silk set out to find him. In order to keep Torak’s forces focus away from Garion, and also to keep the peace in the West, Ce’Nedra has gathered her forces and is ready to take on the Angarak’s. With Garion getting close to Torak, he knows he will have to fight him, bu [...]

    Carrie Kellenberger
    And so ends the tale of The Belgariad, a series that I have been wanting to read since I was in my late teens.Garion, with the help of his friends, has saved the Orb of Aldur and their quest is over. There is one task left for Garion to do before his epic adventure ends. (I really hope it doesn't, but this is the end of this series and whatever Garion and his friends get up to from now on, I hope his next adventure is as fantastic as this one. He doesn't strike me as the kind of fellow that woul [...]

    Mark Austin
    With Lord of the Rings under my belt, I was hungry for more of this 'fantasy' thing I'd discovered. Enter the Belgariad. I consumed the two five-book series in a few months, getting in trouble in school for reading when I should have been paying attention (I either didn't care or had already done the homework for whatever it was they were teaching while they were teaching how to do it).When complete, I read the whole series again in half the time. Then again in half that. The half-lives continue [...]

    Kurtbg
    Here ends the Belgariad by David Eddings. What is it?A fantasy series about righting a world where a god went mad with jealousy over a bauble his older brother created. Well, as all younger brothers are (except mine) he steals the bauble and tries to use it to rule the world. The Bauble strikes back! It maims the insecure god and puts him into a sleep until enter the one human born to deal with him he's the son of no, silly, not a god, but of a line of magicians who serve a god. Well, this young [...]

    Slobodan
    ENCHANTER’S END GAME brings THE BELGARIAD saga to an end. I remember this series being much more enjoyable when I first read it as a teenager. The reason being that now after reading this final edition, I, found it somewhat naïve. What I mean by that is at times I felt like there wasn't enough depth and structure. It all plays out too quickly and by happenstance. Here is a great prophecy that the whole UNIVERSE is depending on and it is settled in a few swings of swords and the rebuke by Belg [...]

    Cheri
    Did it! Finished the main Belgariad series!This was a case of starting off fun and ending up irritating. I got irritated mostly around book 4, but by then I was committed to finishing the dang thing. I won't be reading/listening to the many sequels. Enough was enough. The story here is fine. Gods, BBEGs, war, heroes, etc. Racial hatreds abound. But, this book relies far too much on stereotypes to be enjoyable. Women are two-dimensional, manipulative, and concerned mostly with domesticity. Men ar [...]

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