Jeanne Baker Muller Baker Muller itibaren Texas
Hmmm not bad, I just found myself disappointed at how like Lord of the Rings it was, a group of people of all races, a wizard who turned evil but couldn't see it, and an unspeakable evil that was encroaching upon the rest of the world. Dwarve's and Elve's hate each other but in the end become friends and a child of a once ancient King of men leads an army of men united behind him. The plot has been done before, and better by Tolkien. However, it turns out not to be a bad read once you get about half way through it and the characters are well written, it's just a shame that it's nothing new. Will I read the second in the series? Probably, but it's not something I will rush to buy.
One of the most agonizing reads- entirely worth it.
The plot all ties together beautifully in this book---I honestly thought it could get pretty hoaky, but Stephenie Meyer pulls it off! AWESOME!