Child of a Dead God (Noble Dead, Series 1, #6)
For years, Magiere and Leesil have sought a long-forgotten artifact, even though its purpose has been shrouded in mystery. All Magiere knows is that she must keep the orb from falling into the hands of a murdering Noble Dead, her half- brother Welstiel. And now, dreams of a castle locked in ice... show more
For years, Magiere and Leesil have sought a long-forgotten artifact, even though its purpose has been shrouded in mystery. All Magiere knows is that she must keep the orb from falling into the hands of a murdering Noble Dead, her half- brother Welstiel. And now, dreams of a castle locked in ice lead her south, on a journey that has become nothing less than an obsession?
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: January 6th 2009
Pages no: 451
Edition language: English
Series: Noble Dead Saga: Series 1 (#6)
Overall: I really did enjoy this series, despite the whining. And despite Wynn. Who I hear a lot of people really love. It's got a lovely mishmash of urban fantasy and high fantasy, albeit more high than urban as it goes on. The main characters are well imperfect but overall likeable, except Wynn, t...
I loved the wedding ceremony. I'd really hoped they'd be able to stay home, but I was kind of hoping. It's been a while since I've read the other books in this series that I was lost with some things. I wonder why I was never able to read it before. I remember starting it once and I only remember no...
Child of a Dead God, Book 6 of the Noble Dead series, is the last featuring Magiere the dhampire female who was made to kill the undead, and her partner in crime, and lover Leesil, an elf who was last scene saving his mother from captivity under the Most Aged Father. Of course, who can leave out Cha...
I've enjoyed this series quite a bit. And I suspect there will be more in the future. This was my favorite book so far. I really began to enjoy all of the characters again in this book. Wynn still did her getting lost bit, but I enjoyed reading about her. Quite a few changes come at the end of this ...
The good news is that Child of a Dead God is a book that is quite easy to skim. The sad news is that it is a rather boring book, especially since it is suppose to close a series. The book could have easily been half the length. It takes roughly 100 pages for anything to happen. Magiere though ph...