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Dark Haven (Chronicles of the Necromancer) (utgåvan 2009)

av Gail Z Martin

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Following the breakout success of "The Summoner" and "The Blood King" comes the third book in Martin's stunning fantasy series. Beneath Dark Haven, the vast river of power has been damaged, threatening the balance of magic itself and the future of the Winter Kingdoms.
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Titel:Dark Haven (Chronicles of the Necromancer)
Författare:Gail Z Martin
Info:Solaris (2009), Edition: Original, Mass Market Paperback, 608 pages
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I was hoping this book would continue with the excellence of the second one. Unfortunately it didn't.

There was simply too much going on in this book. 3 major storylines, all of which are somewhat interwoven, but too drawn out to finish in one book. And the book suffered for this. I'm glad the story continued, but the author would have been better off splitting it in 3 books. One focusing on the events in Dark Haven, which is what you'd think this book would be about, since that's the title. One focusing on Tris, and one focusing on Kaira.

Instead of focusing on each story & bringing it to the end, the author kept bouncing between stories, leaving the book on not one, not 2, not even 3, but an unbelievable 4 cliff hangers. ( )
  tebyen | May 27, 2020 |
I like Martris and this was full of him trying his damndest to keep things going. Kiara is trying to work out how to be a proper wife to him and stay alive despite attempts to kill her because of the fact that this will join two realms and assorted other murky politics. Jonmarc Vahanian is trying to come to terms with being the Lord of Dark Haven and the even murkier world of Vampire or Vayash Moru politics and meanwhile the magic is proving a tad unpredictable and Martis is trying to deal with all the ghosts his brother created.

Every book makes me like this series more and more and I'm really enjoying Jonmarc, he's well drawn and interesting. ( )
  wyvernfriend | Jan 21, 2013 |
I stopped this book halfway through when my copy of Best Served Cold came in to my library. After such a wonderful book, I couldn't bring myself to pick up this fluff. Halfway through and barely anything happened. Maybe I'll pick it up again if I'm desparate for something to read. Maybe ... ( )
  Carnyval | Aug 28, 2009 |
I loved this third installment. Vahanian quickly became my favorite character in book one, and he remains so (besides the vayash moru like Gabriel and Mikhail). The fact that this book deals a great deal with expanding the interactions between mortals and the undead makes it that much more attractive to me. I'm a freak for vampire fiction of all kinds, especially the kinds in which vampires can live among humans. On a side note, I loved the chapters that dealt with the royal wedding. Meeting all the kings and royalty of the nations surrounding Margolan was interesting. ( )
  jehovahrapha | Jun 25, 2009 |
Martin's continuation of the Necromancer series continues from where The Blood King finished. The same cast of valiant warriors and healers now separate in to three distinct storylines in an attempt to bring justice and order to their lands. The plot is comprised of standard fantasy components, although the the inclusion of necromancy continues to be the fresh twist. Martin fails to deliver the emotional pull of Terry Brooks and is no rival to the penmanship of David Gemmell, however she is clearly capable of writing solid fantasy fiction. It's not a compulsive read yet you will stick with it until the end. ( )
  SonicQuack | May 23, 2009 |
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