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Belgarath the Sorcerer [Anglais] [Poche]

David Eddings , Leigh Eddings
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Bestselling authors David and Leigh Eddings welcome readers back to the time before The Belgariad and The Malloreon series. Join them as they chronicle that fateful conflict between two mortally opposed Destinies, in a monumental war of men and kings and Gods.

When the world was young and Gods still walked among their mortal children, a headstrong orphan boy set out to explore the world. Thus began the extraordinary adventures that would mold that youthful vagabond into a man, and the man into the finely honed instrument of Prophecy known to all the world as Belgarath the Sorcerer.
Then came the dark day when the Dark God Torak split the world asunder, and the God Aldur and his disciples began their monumental labor to set Destiny aright. Foremost among their number was Belgarath. His ceaseless devotion was foredoomed to cost him that which he held most dear--even as his loyal service would extend through echoing centuries of loss, of struggle, and of ultimate triumph.

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  • Poche: 736 pages
  • Editeur : Del Rey; Édition : Reprint (1 juin 1996)
  • Collection : The Belgariad & The Malloreon
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0345403959
  • ISBN-13: 978-0345403957
  • Dimensions du produit: 18,2 x 10,9 x 3 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.3 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (3 commentaires client)
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La grande aventure est terminée et Belgarath peut enfin écrire l'Histoire du monde. Vous qui avez aimé la Belgariade et la Mallorée, ne vous êtes vous pas demandé comment l'histiore commence? Vous trouverez tout ce que vous avez toujours voulu savoir à propos de l'avant-Belgariade. Un formidable retour dans le temps. Et toujours le style si libre et entraînant du grand maître Eddings (et de sa femme Leigh!)
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Médiocre édition 14 janvier 2010
Par Green
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
L'auteur est excellent, son oeuvre exceptionnelle


L'éditeur a réalisé un produit de basse facture
Papier recyclé, fin
Encre qui est visible sur l'envers
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 david eddings, evidemment 15 août 2009
Par guizop
un roman post-série qui décrit la personnalité de belgarath. à comparer avec celui de sa fille. comme d'habitude très punchy, beaucoup d'humour.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A warning to potential readers... 18 juillet 2004
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This book is a great addition to the saga; a real added bonus for those who already love Eddings' work. Its wry humour and great storytelling style make it a definite page-turner, despite a few qualms I had with Belgaraths' little 'asides' to the reader - amusing to begin with, but a few of his quips fell short with me. However, overall, an extremely enjoyable read.
However, I must add a word of warning to potential readers out there. A lot of reviewers have been recommending Belgarath the Sorcerer as a good way to start on the Belgariad and Mallorean series - it IS a nice summary of the world Eddings has created but some people might want to avoid it until they have read the other series as this book reveals many of the plot-twists which, for me, made the Belgariad and Mallorean so enjoyable. Eddings' device of starting and ending this book with episodes from Garions' current life, set after Seeress of Kell, is a good idea but it means that a new reader will quickly find out what happens to the gang in the end - if you're the kind of person who flicks to the ends of books anyway then that's alright, but if you want to save the surprises for later then don't read this book yet! A friend of mine picked up Belgarath the Sorcerer before reading the other books and was disappointed that she then knew what was going to happen to Garion and his friends. Also, the world-building which came quite gradually in the Belgariad and Mallorean is now crammed into one book here, and I think many of the references to events in the other novels would be lost on new readers here, especially towards the end of this book when emphasis is heavily on the background of characters such as Silk, Barak and Garion.
Overall, a great book, but you'll get more out of it if you've read Eddings' previous works already!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 What is in it for you? :) 17 octobre 2005
Par M. B. Alcat - Publié sur
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If you are one of the many fans of "The Belgariad" and "The Malloreon", here is another treat for you. If you haven't had the pleasure of reading those wonderful epic fantasy series, make yourself a favour and read them before tackling "Belgarath the sorcerer". You can thank me later for introducing you to a wonderful new imaginary world and to likeable characters :)

"Belgarath the sorcerer" starts just where "The Malloreon" ended, that is the book "Seeress of Kell". And, strangely enough, it is nothing less than Belgarath's autobiography. As those who have read the series already know, Belgarath is a notoriously lazy sorcerer, probably the least likely person to feel the need to write his story. Unless someone compels him to do so, of course. But to know who or what could do that to an all-powerful sorcerer, you must read this book.

What is in it for you?. Well, lots of fun, and the opportunity to know how things really started, from the point of view of one of the main characters in the series. You get to accompany Belgarath from his birth in the small village of Gara, to the fateful day when he met Aldur and became first his pupil and then his disciple. In case you are as curious as me, you will also be grateful to know that this book will allow you to learn more about Belgarath's family, and to live wondrous adventures with him and his friends.

Personally, I found the opportunity of "living" the things I had merely read about in the previous books specially rewarding. The fact that Belgarath's memories span thousands of years gives the reader the opportunity of gaining a good perspective on all the things that happened, thus preparing him to read the previous books in the series in a different way. A warning is in order, though. If you haven't read the previously mentioned books, this book has big-time spoilers, so please don't risk ruining the surprises those series have for you. Do first things first, and read "The Belgariad" and "The Malloreon" before "Belgarath the sorcerer".

All in all, I loved reading this book, and I highly recommend it to those who aren't ready to leave the world of Belgarath and his friends. Enjoy it!

Belen Alcat
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Vintage Eddings - Just Wonderful 4 septembre 1997
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Well, this book takes off immediately (I MEAN the same second) after "THE SEERESS OF KELL" and than it goes WAY back. I had the luck to start this right after I finished SEERESS and I must say that it is a nice broadening of the Belgariad/Malloreon series. No, I didn't want to know everything that happend before Garion and his friends left Faldors Farm, I just enjoyed this book because it is a pretty good read and on par with the other works of Eddings (or, as we know now: the both Eddings). People who liked the aforementioned series should definitely read this: It has the same tone and the same style as the other books, only the structure is a little bit different. Well, as you can guess now, I loved it. NOW, some warnings: People who read the BEL/MAL series and want something new, should skip this. The next point: Although this book was conceived as a stand-alone-novel, it isn't. Or it doesn't succeed. I would not recommend this book to readers who haven't read the BELGARIAD / MALLOREON series. Unless "you know your way around" this particular world, you will be confused by this wide array of characters, countries, kings, queens and gods - this book does not work as a guide - it expects you to know already at least something about this world. Furthermore: You'll not understand the numerous side-remarks to the characters from the other novels which Belgarath, the fictional author of this novel, inserted between the tale. You can ignore them, but then you'll miss most of the fun. Finally, a warning to all readers, Eddings-Fans and new ones alike: This book starts REALLY slow. Don't let the first 100-200 pages discourage you, this book GETS BETTER and is a lot of fun. Polgara, I'm waiting for your tale now..
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 a whimsical tale that spans eons 5 février 2003
Par Crystal C. Loh - Publié sur
For anyone who has fallen as deeply in love with the Belgariad and the Mallorean as I have will truly cherish and enjoy this book. Told from the straight from the heart of the centuries-old, wise, witty, overdramatic and altogether lovable sorcerer Belgarath, the Old Wolf, this novel is a captivating and entertaining novel that expands on the beginnings of Eddings' world. Throughout the book we are introduced to the first people, and the first gods that roamed at the beginning of time, and the marvelous events and prophecy that lead up to the stories of the Belgariad and Mallorean. We finally are given a history of Belgarath's remarkable beginnings, from the small vilage of Gara, to his first encounter with Aldur and the other disciples, to the Breaking of the World, and onwards, following his footsteps in all the adventures and exploits that he experienced even before Garion was born. We finally are able to appreciate and realize the depth and intellect of the often shabby Old Wolf through his experiences and dialogues, and are able to hop right into his shoes and personally get to know the other characters whose presence is pivotal in directing the flow of time. Eddings ties together many loose ends and allows us to understand the many facets of Belgarath's life, from being the shabby old story teller to being the most powerful sorcerer in the world, able to instil awe and fear in so many ('Grat is not nice!). This book lacks nothing and is rich in depth, articulate and descriptive writing, and is peppered with the classic dry humour and penetrating wit that Eddings has mastered, and will keep you enthralled and laughing for ages.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Book Reveiw of Belgarath the Sorcerer 25 avril 2005
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This book is the story of Belgarath the Sorcerer who is over seven thousand years old. It takes place from his childhood all the way to well past his seven thousandth birthday. I wouldn't suggest reading this book unless you have first read the two series the Belgariad and the Mallorean. This story tells most of what is not told in those series.

The book is written like Belgarath is telling it. The author does a great job of writing the entire book in first person. And seeing as Belgarath is using magic to have his thoughts or words written down, it is complete with the little interruptions that would no doubt happen, and that we have no clue what they are about.

This is an extremely well written fantasy book. But then again, what else would you expect from David Eddings. Belgarath is the main character. However the supporting cast of his friends really adds to the book. People like Prince "Silk" Kheldar and Lady Polgara (his daughter) are just unforgettable.

I feel that the book was extremely well written. With unforgettable characters and a story that happens over thousands of years and a whole world. A main character who dismisses decades and centuries as we would months and years. If you read this book you won't be disappointed.
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