Polgara la maga
Publish date: 2000
Publisher: Sperling & Kupfer
Pages no: 672
Edition language: Italian
Series: Belgarian Prequels
It's the story of her life up to Pawn of Prophecy by Polgara and mostly I liked the voice, except for the sexism and racism. You'd think that someone who had lived several lifetimes would have learned that there are a lot of things men and women have in common and that some women are different to ot...
The whole story, told from Polgara's point of view. Her humor! Her way! Absolutely fabulous! Of course, her father would argue a few points, and he does!Always a very enjoyable read!
[Full Review To Follow]Re-reading this book (and series) for review purposes.
Bloated biography of one of my least favorite of Edding's all-kinda-the-same characters. His women, especially, seem to all be cut from the same bitchy and bossy cloth. The strong point of this series was the adventure, not the characterization (nor the witty dialogue which Eddings seemed to imagine...