The battle for the kingdom of the dwarves comes to the door of its mad king... Brandon Bluestone has finally cleared his family’s name and rallied the nation of dwarves. Now one great task remains to him: he must open up the greatest of the dwarf nations, Thorbardin, which has been sealed against the outside world by the edict of a mad king. Aided by Gretchan Pax, a mightThe battle for the kingdom of the dwarves comes to the door of its mad king... Brandon Bluestone has finally cleared his family’s name and rallied the nation of dwarves. Now one great task remains to him: he must open up the greatest of the dwarf nations, Thorbardin, which has been sealed against the outside world by the edict of a mad king. Aided by Gretchan Pax, a mighty priestess, Brandon leads an army to the north gate of Thorbardin. The hill dwarves and mountain dwarves strive to bury longstanding enmity and form an uneasy alliance against the King of Thorbardin and his potent magical minions....
|Title||:||Fate of Thorbardin|
|Number of Pages||:||400 Pages|
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Fate of Thorbardin Reviews
This was no big surprise for the final book of this trilogy, good defeating evil. One thing I was disappointed in was the way Willim dies in the end. For a wizard so powerful to die so easily is just not right. The final fight should have been dragged out at the end, it went too quickly. Also The scenes with Tor traveling to the mountain top are just silly and really are not needed in the story.
This is the final book of a trilogy and the other two must be read before this one. This is part of the Dragonlance universe. In this one, the dwarfs that exist outside of Thobardin have united to free that realm from its tyrant.This was an exciting end to this trilogy. Each successive book was better than its predecessor and the whole trilogy was a good read. The author does a really nice job with all the different clans of dwarfs and bringing them altogether. I have written this before about Douglas Niles and it it true with this book. Douglas Niles does a fabulous job with battle scenes. In this book, we get huge battles between dwarfs, battles with dragons, and battles between mages and clerics. I loved every second of it as the author leads the reader into the ebbs and flows of the battles. I had a complaint about the first book that the characters were not standing out. By the end of this trilogy each character was easily defined and stood out.Overall I was impressed with this trilogy especially since it had a slow start. The action was top notch and I liked how the author accomplishes his goal of changing the landscape of the dwarven kingdom.
Excellent end to a good series. Two thumbs up! =)
Heldur klén lausn á ána fínni sögu, þónokkur Warhammer Fantasy fílingur í þessu dvergastríði, en það var fremur snubbótt þessi tilraun til að binda örlög allra þessara persóna saman undir lokin.