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Theros: Godsend, Part I [Format Kindle]

Jenna Helland

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In the wake of a savage battle with minataur hordes menacing the countryside, the Planeswalker Elspeth believes her job is done, but the real test of her power awaits. If she can overcome the many-headed hydra, Elspeth many indeed have the power to stand among the heroes of Theros. Clash of the Titans meets The Hero's Journey in an adventure inspired by the ancient myths of Greece.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 2552 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 124 pages
  • Editeur : Wizards of the Coast (1 avril 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00FUZNL7O
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Vorthosian Banquet 6 avril 2014
Par Shaun rodgers - Publié sur Amazon.com
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A riveting account on lore of Theros and Elspeth's journey for inner peace. I loved Jenna's writing of the Gods. She really evoked the callous and fickle nature of the Greek pantheon whilst maintaining their individual personalities. Seriously Heliod, take a chill pill.

Elspeth was written in a manner that really spoke of her experience as a soldier and the multiple losses she's suffered. All the way from her Ignition to surviving Phyrexia. Old and New. I especially loved the scene in Akros where the oracle of Phenax decided to look into Elspeth's memories. Bad move buddy.

Godsend is definitely worth the read. I can't wait for the next installments. Bravo.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 scattershot storytelling 14 avril 2014
Par KristinVictoria - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The first 60% of this book was all over the place and didn't make sense in a lot of places. It's as if the author was trying to describe a lot of cool stuff and sort of fit a story in there somewhere. The newer format of magic novels is such a disappointment. When you try to cram such a diverse world into such a tiny amount of pages, it all falls apart. The last 40% of the book sort of got better, but with 0 time dedicated to character development, plot development or anything a book should have; who really cares......
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A solid piece of writing. 16 avril 2014
Par Bill Wolford - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I'm a huge Magic the Gathering fan as far as playing the card game goes, but this is the first set to really draw me in as far as lore goes. Greek mythology was one of my favorite things growing up, and Jenna did a great job bringing Magic's version of that lord to life. It was a fun, breezy read that fans of mythology and MtG alike should check out.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Too many faces, not enough action 10 juin 2014
Par Adam Teles - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Too many characters appear in this novel, and not enough help move the plot. The story itself winds up being rather straightforward, but rather than using this to allow fleshing out of relevant characters, a number of characters get introduced, get time devoted to them, and then have very little to do with the plot. Meanwhile, the main characters don't get fleshed out enough, and the actual conflicts get resolved very quickly once they occur. There were a lot of good ideas in here, but then they got very messed up by having a lack of focus in the story.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Captures the feel of Theros and Greek Mythology. Light on character development. 21 novembre 2014
Par Chip Hunter - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I still can't decide how I feel about this new ebook format for MTG novels. On the one hand, it seems like the format would work well for getting out some fluff while relying on members of Wizards creative team, and not paying high dollar fantasy authors for books that just won't sell enough to bring to print. On the other hand, trying to cram a complicated story like this into a necessarily restricted space can end up feeling incomplete. Jenna Helland actually did a very good job of focusing the story here on the really important aspects, and was able to produce an enjoyable little romp through Theros. The story focuses on three subplots, all of which become interwoven through the tale. A young Elspeth is struggling with finding an identity in a dangerous Multiverse, and seeks out Theros as a hopeful haven, supposedly protected by the gods. The gods, meanwhile, are in a major tiff, constantly one-upping each other and obliviously endangering the whole realm that they rule with childlike tantrums and complete unconcern for the inconsequential mortals. Finally, Xenagos, a near-mad Planeswalker with a cult following of satyrs and such, has designs on establishing his own god-hood on Theros, a plan that is sure to spell disaster for anyone in proximity.

In the end, this is a light read meant for fans of MTG Fluff only. Its nice to get a little more back story behind Theros, and the story holds your attention, but isn't much more than that. I'll continue with Journey Into Nyx, but with the same tempered expectations.
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