Die Flammen der Dämmerung
Publish date: March 11th 2013
Pages no: 57
Edition language: Deutsch
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Epic Fantasy
, High Fantasy
, Dark Fantasy
Series: Demon Cycle (#3)
Peter V. Bretts „Demon Cycle“ ist eine dieser Reihen, bei denen ich mich absichtlich stark zurückhalte. Als ich den Mehrteiler 2015 begann, wusste ich nicht, dass der finale fünfte Band „The Core“ erst zwei Jahre später im September 2017 erscheinen würde. Berauscht las ich die ersten beiden Bände, „...
The Daylight War was disappointing to me, especially after the second book, The Demon Spear was so well done. The second book laid the groundwork of a religious war between the two nations just so they both could fight a common enemy, the demons. Unfortunately instead of a war the author brought mor...
Book Three of the DEMON CYCLE - a series that started so promisingly with The Warded Man - commences 33 years prior to the current time line, and proceeds to spend altogether way too much time detailing the backstory of a previously middling character whom I had little to no interest in. Sadly, thin...
The third book of the Demon Cycle. Just like in the last book, we are given a new point of view (Inerva) and given the play by play on her early life. This time it works out much better, however. We don't really know much about her to begin with from the first two books and Brett seems to have lea...
The Daylight War is book 3 in The Demon Cycle series. I love this series. It is truly epic fantasy at it's best. Mr. Brett is am amazingly talented story teller. Beyond even the incredible fantasy element, the characters he writes are so multidimensional. He has proven to be a master at manipulation...
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