Rhapsody: Child of Blood
Publish date: September 4th 1999
Publisher: Tor Fantasy
Pages no: 479
Edition language: English
Series: Symphony of Ages (#1)
I have read the works of Tolkien, Robert Jordan, George R.R. Martin, Terry Goodkind and many others. I am no stranger to an epic fantasy. Rhapsody is the first book in the Symphony of Ages series, the series which will always hold a special place in my heart and on my book shelf, at the top, right b...
This book must be one of those books that since it's part of a series people seem to forget how bad the first book is. It's like childbirth, you love your kid so much you don't remember how horrible birthing it was. I was so confused through most of the book. If I hadn't peeked at some reviews with ...
I tried to imagine that this book was kind of like the game Skyrim and that beauty was a legitimate skill. This way, I could pretend that Rhapsody, being, of course, the inevitable level 100 beauty, still had to work for the skill.It didn't work as well as I hoped, but alas, such is life, and Rhapso...
The primrose, usually the first flower of spring (from the Latin “prima”), represents enduring love. In the Language of Flowers, it means “I can't live without you.” It tells your significant other, “I am yours forever.”★★★★½ The world-building in this epic romantic-time-travel-fantasy is superior,...
if you're looking for a fantasy book that's more for adults this is the book for you. I ll write a better detailed review in a few months since I'm.going to reread it. plus I only ever made it to book to, so next time I'm gonna read the whole series at once
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