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Dragon Age: The Stolen Throne [Format Kindle]

David Gaider
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The thrilling prequel to Dragon Age: Origins, the hit role-playing video game from award-winning developer BioWare!

Dragon Age: The Stolen Throne

After his mother, the beloved Rebel Queen, is betrayed and murdered by her own faithless lords, young Maric becomes the leader of a rebel army attempting to free his nation from the control of a foreign tyrant.

His countrymen live in fear; his commanders consider him untested; and his only allies are Loghain, a brash young outlaw who saved his life, and Rowan, the beautiful warrior maiden promised to him since birth. Surrounded by spies and traitors, Maric must find a way to not only survive but achieve his ultimate destiny: Ferelden’s freedom and the return of his line to the stolen throne.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 698 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 402 pages
  • Editeur : Tor Books (1 avril 2010)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B002LA0AJ8
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Fantasy qualite Bioware 29 juillet 2011
Par George
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J'ai achetee le livre parce que je suis a jouer le videojeu Dragon age origins. Quand tu aime le histoire de DAO et tu veux savoir plus, cette livre est un complement tres bien. Aussi pour les gens qui aiment un univers fantasy c'est aussi interessant parce que c'est tres bien ecrit. Bioware est super!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent book, ignore the game tie-in 22 mars 2009
Par Peter A Smith - Publié sur
Wow. What a surprise.

This is a prequel novel to the upcoming video game Dragon Age: Origins, by Bioware. I was reading it more to `get in the mood' for the game than anything, and I had very low expectations, to be honest. And I was blown away.

I'm giving it 4 stars, and that is judging it against all fantasy, not against "pre-generated world" fantasy (novels based on games, movies, tv series, etc). Within that sub-genre it's a 5 star book, easily.

As the story begins, a cruel usurper sits on the throne of Ferelden, and the Rebel Queen has been betrayed and murdered. The only member left of the royal family is young Maric, a charming but slightly inept princeling, now on the run for his life. He soon teams up with a young commoner named Loghain, and the two set off to reunite with the rebel army, and begin the daunting challenge of trying to push the usurper from his ill-gained throne.

There's a bit of game-ness to the book here and there as character classes are mentioned, but it isn't very intrusive and if you didn't know it was a game-prequel novel, you might not even notice it.

The story has everything you could ask for in a fantasy. A noble, seemingly impossible quest, great battles, characters who feel very real, and who interact in ways that also feel very human. A smattering of magic and strange creatures. Joy and pain, victory and defeat. All written with genuine emotion.

A nice change of pace is the way elves are handled, and particularly elves, who are definitely second class citizens in this world, scraping by working as servants and living in squalid quarters of most cities.

All in all, a very, very enjoyable read, and a very 'self-contained' novel. You aren't left with a cliff-hanger ending that is going to require you to play the game or read another novel. You can download a sample chapter from [...]

I hope the author, David Gaider, focuses on more novel writing, and less game writing. I'd love to read more from him!
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 What happens when you jam an epic into a single volume 28 avril 2009
Par Richard M. Lippincott - Publié sur
There are moments and even decent stretches of Dragon Age where David Gaider's talent as a writer comes out. There are even a few scenes that might send shivers down your spine. But in the end the book is seriously flawed for reasons that can be all traced to a single source: this is an epic story jammed into a single 400 page book.

The result is that we are treated to long narrations meant to summarize the passage of significant time. Long narrations that take the place of real character development, which leads to character actions and decisions that are not set up by the story. I don't want to spoil things too much, but I think all you need to know is that the epic battle, the one that decides the whole story, is only related to the reader in a brief reference after the fact.

Mr. Gaider has skill, but hopefully next time (and another Dragon Age book has already been announced) he delivers a story that fits the scope of a single volume.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 It satisfied my expectations. 30 avril 2009
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
I've been a fan of Bioware for a while, and have been interestedly watching the slow progress of Dragon Age since it was first announced. Naturally, I was intrigued by the news that a prequel would be coming out in book form. (Luckily its release date was not postponed... Silly EA.) I didn't expect high art; I just hoped for an interesting story and a glimpse at the world I'll encounter when I play the game. Thankfully it was, for the most part, an interesting story. It kept me reading, anyway. And the glimpse of the world was, while not enrapturing, not revolting either, so I am content to continue anticipating the game's release as before.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 This book is good 1 septembre 2010
Par Alexandros Tsourakis - Publié sur
For a start I have to say that I read the book after finishing the game and that made me have greater expectations of it. If I was in the mood of reading a book based on/inspired by a game then I would have found this book was Great, now I find it Good.

The language used is fine, not too much not too little.
The main plot is, well, a classic fantasy plot with all the clichés you can ask.
The characters are... my big disappointment. The one I loved most at the game was that most of the characters where gray. The Good guys weren't that good and the Bad guys had some good in them, too. In the Stolen Throne you had to do with mono-dimensional characters. What saved the day was the very last part of the book where we saw a twist in the main characters, but it felt as though it was forced to become like that, it wasn't natural.

Overall, this is a good book and I do recommend it to anyone enjoying fantasy. It's fun to read, you learn about the world and the history (which is nice because they have created a great world) but it, really, could have been a great book if it tried to leave the safe path as the game did.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Prequel 2 avril 2012
Par gamingjunkie - Publié sur
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It's a prequel, it provides backstory and flavor for a fantastic video games series. I received this as a Christmas present and I loved it. While reading this novel you will get the chance to learn more about Logain so you have a better appreciation of why he behaves as he does in Dragon Age: Origins.
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