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King of the Murgos  review

 
Author: David Eddings
genre: Fantasy
ISBN: 0552148032
 

In this second book of The Malloreon, Garion and Ce'nedra continue the quest begun in Guardians of the West. In their party travel the immortal Belgarath the Sorcerer, his daughter Polgara the Sorceress, and the little Drasnian, Silk.





Garion knows that it is the mysterious figure Zandramas who is responsible for the abduction of his infant son, and he and his companions journey many miles and encounter many strange beings in their search for him.





Their way leads through the foul swamps of Nyissa, ruled over by the Snake-Queen, and on into the dark kingdom of the Murgos, where human sacrifices are still made to the dead god Torak. Further on, however, even beyond those forbidding lands, they must face the ultimate danger - not only to themselves but to all mankind...





THUS CONTINUES BOOK TWO OF THE MALLOREON

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vasi45 2015-03-20 07:21
Flawed though they may be, this continuation of the ten volume saga is a fun read for Eddings fans. This is the second to the last in "The Malloreon" and takes our friends through previously covered ground and into new. While the character developement is rather stinted, Eddings never-the-less packs a lot of action into each chapter the the story keep moving at a nice brisk pace. There are a couple of nice, predictable twists and some not so predictable. All in all, Eddings fans will enjoy the work. Those who are not fans probably won't. Either way, if you have read this far into the series, why stop now? All in all, recommend.
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