Blood of Amber (Amber Chronicles, #7)
Publish date: September 1st 1986
Publisher: Arbor House Pub Co
Pages no: 215
Edition language: English
Series: The Chronicles of Amber -10 omnibus (#7)
La saga reprend de l'intérêt avec ce tome ci, alors que ce cycle était plus doux que le premier. On s'enfonce à nouveau dans les intrigues, les mystères et les complots. Le personnage principal devient extrêmement intéressant par sa dualité et l'univers d'Ambre prends de plus en plus forme.
I thought Zelazny really stepped it up on this one. The previous book in the series, Trumps Of Doom, featured a new character as the protagonist/narrator; Merlin, the son of Corwin of Amber, who narrated the first five books. In Trumps, Merlin failed to live up to his father's sheer coolness, and ...
Better than the previous episode, but still reads like Zelazny has no idea where he's going. There are far too many plots in progress, and yet Merlin doesn't even once consider going to the Courts of Chaos to see if they're involved.
Picking up where Trumps of Doom left off, Merle continues trying to figure out who's trying to kill him. Along the way, he discovers more about his friend Luke Raynard, saves the family from being killed at the funeral of one of their own, learns of previously unknown members of the royal family, a...
turns out the assassin is Brand's son. Who is Merlin's best friend. But that is not all. More family and outer family rivalry. Corwin has disappeared and no one can walk the pattern he created. This is truly the 2nd Chronicles of Amber. More of the same "keep the reader in the dark and guessing righ...
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