Publish date: August 24th 2011
Pages no: 878
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: Shadowmarch (#4)
Maybe it's because I came to Shadowheart directly from its dull predecessor, Shadowrise, but I found this book slow to start. Happily, after a hundred or so pages, the pace picks up as things start happening. Sadly, it bogs down again in the last hundred pages.Williams brings together a lot of the l...
Disappointing, to be honest. But this whole series has been slow with no real payoff, imo. Even the ending was "wham, bam, thankyou ma'am". I just never found a character who I really liked in this series and I kept waiting for someone to cheer for.
Shadowheart is the final volume in Tad Williams' Shadowmarch tetralogy, and it provides a satisfying conclusion to the story: The good guys win and the bad guys lose but all the sides are satisfyingly complex that characters are not simply archetypes and motivations are believable (i.e., people don'...
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