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Wrath of a Mad God [Anglais] [Broché]

Raymond E. Feist
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The celebrated New York Times bestselling master of fantasy returns with the thrilling conclusion to his enthralling, explosive Darkwar Saga . . .

Wrath of a Mad God
Book three of The Darkwar Saga

"At this very moment, a dome of black energy is being expanded in a vale in the far north. This is not merely an invasion, but the beginning of a colonization, a process that will end with the complete annihilation of every life-form on this world."

The Darkwar rages upon Midkemia and Kelewan, bringing bleak days of destruction and despair. To save the future of both worlds, the powerful sorcerer Pug and select members of the secretive Conclave of Shadows must journey deep into the dangerous realm of the bloodthirsty Dasati, there to carry out an audacious mission that has little, if any, chance of succeeding.

In Midkemia, young warriors Tad and Zane, and their fellow soldiers, protect the Kingdom from raiders. And Pug's beloved wife, Miranda, finds herself a prisoner of the Dasati and, even more ominously, of Pug's nemesis, the evil sorcerer Leso Varen.

Salvation may come from a friend thought long dead, an unlikely ally whose remarkable powers will be sorely needed in the momentous battle to come . . . a final, fevered onslaught against the most malevolent agents of evil ever known.

--Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Relié .

Biographie de l'auteur

Raymond E. Feist is the multiple New York Times bestselling author or coauthor of thirty previous books—all but one of which are Riftwar Cycle novels. He lives in San Diego.

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  • Broché: 400 pages
  • Editeur : HarperVoyager (1 septembre 2008)
  • Collection : Darkwar
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0007244304
  • ISBN-13: 978-0007244300
  • Dimensions du produit: 23 x 15,2 x 3,8 cm
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Bon, mais pas le meilleur 9 octobre 2009
Par Yann R
Format:Poche
Étant habitué à ce que feist nous livre toujours un travail d'excellente facture, je ne peux accordé à ce livre la note maximale : les personnages y sont un peu moins creusés, le scénario est moins riche et un peu tiré par les cheveux. Néanmoins, on prend quand meme beaucoup de plaisir à lire ce nouvel opus des aventures de Pug et de sa clique.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Une avalanche de révélations! 31 août 2010
Par Sylvia
Format:Relié|Achat vérifié
Un très bon roman ! Dans ce livre, Raymond Feist fait l'effort louable d'expliquer les principaux événements qui ont eu lieu depuis "Magicien". Même si la plupart des révélations ne sont pas de réelles surprises, d'autres sont particulièrement intéressantes. L'atmosphère du roman est globalement sombre (malgré des passages humoristiques) et la victoire finale bien amère. Ce n'est pas drôle tous les jours d'être un super magicien comme Pug...
Le seul petit bémol est que l'auteur se doit de re-raconter rapidement ce qui s'est passé autrefois. C'est un peu pénible pour les fidèles lecteurs, mais sinon c'est vraiment très bien: on y trouve de l'action, du rythme et des explications satisfaisantes.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 the final comment of sethanon 27 février 2009
Par lupus
Format:Broché
Si je n'avais qu'une phrase à retenir de cette série ce serait :

" I cheat so a war that we were losing could be postponed" ( je cite de memoire )

C'est trop bon comme intrigue..Bon ok , depuis la publication de Sethanon, fallait être patient mais les fils d'une des intrigues principales se rejoignent et s'expliquent.

J'adore l'ampleur de la vision.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Un bon Feist, sans plus 5 juin 2008
Par alea
Format:Relié
Je ne sais pas si c'est l'âge ou si la source est tarie, mais en gros, l'auteur joue sur les mêmes ficelles qui lui ont si bien servi dans ses livres précédents, c'est-à-dire de l'humour, des mystères, de la baston et des êtres hors du commun qui le sont tellement qu'ils ne savent même plus ce que normal veut dire.
Question originalité et surprise, on est pas servi.
ça reste du Feist, avec son lot habituel de fous rires et de bons moments ( mauvais pour les héros mais jouissifs pour le lecteur).
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Sad disappointment to the Darkwar Saga 1 avril 2008
Par Grant Stephenson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
I have read every single book Raymond Feist has put out, starting with Magician: Apprentice. I consider Magician, and the subsequent books - Darkness at Sethanon, etc, to be his greatest work. However, in this novel there were some glaring problems that just did not seem like Feist was on his game at all.

In the first two books of the Darkwar Saga, we were introduced to Tad & Zane & Jommy, who played a predominant role. In this book, Tad & Zane have maybe 3 lines. Jommy has a few, but not really. It is as if these characters were just removed from the whole plotline, they influenced the book not at all. I was very disappointed in this. Why do we have characters being introduced in the first couple of books, and then suddenly they are not killed off, but just relegated to supporting characters.

Secondly, the interaction between Pug & well, let's say, the powers that be... It seems like Feist has taken his once beautiful setting with imagery and characters that you could really enjoy, and instead turned it into a Terry Goodkind knock-off. If the characters are so powerful and the storyline so dull that they need to chum it up with Gods, perhaps it is time to put an end to the whole Riftwar/Midkemia deal.

Now, I read all the Conclave of Shadows novels and I felt they were of lower quality as well, but the Darkwar saga has extremely disappointed me, and if you are looking for traditional Raymond E Feist quality work, you will not find it here.

If anyone disagrees with my viewpoint, I highly encourage you to read this book (from the library) and then re-read Magician: Apprentice, Master, Darkness at Sethanon, etc, those books really drew you into the story, and made you feel like these were living, breathing characters. With the Terry Goodkind-esque omnipotent characters in this book, the believability is gone and there is no way to empathize with either the characters or with the Tsurani, which was probably the hardest thing to reconcile.

Daughter of the Empire, Mistress of the Empire, Servant of the Empire, with Feist/Janny Wurts - Those were also excellent novels in which you were drawn to the characters. If I had to pick between another Midkemia book or a Tsurani one, I would shoot for a Tsurani one with perhaps Wurts collaborating again.

Anyways, I hope that the next book Feist comes out with has a little less bling and a little more substance.

Thanks
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Almost old school Feist - Spoiler free review 20 avril 2008
Par aPlateOfGrapes - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié|Achat vérifié
I began reading Feist almost from the begining and he's always been one of my favorite authors. The characters introduced in the first book of the trilogy (Flight of the Nighthawks) are almost non-existant... and that's a good thing since I rate that as being Feist's worst solo job. You could completely remove the "Flight" characters (Tad, Zone, & Jommy) and their scenes from the book and you wouldn't notice. Nothing they did advanced the plot (particularly that bit with the Quor... what the heck was that all about?). All in all a well written page turner that most Feist fans will enjoy.

Pros: Well written, draws you in
Pug, Nakor, & Co.
Not too many loose ends (except Quor... and I don't want to revisit, thank you very much)

Cons:
Thomas - when did his character become so one dimensional?
That whole Quor business
Why didn't Kaspar or anyone else on Quor protest the killing of his injured peeps? You'd think that might upset him a little.
How about include some more maps inside the book?
When did the Dread folks become such major bad... keisters?
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good conlusion 31 mai 2008
Par scot16897 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié|Achat vérifié
This novel is a good conclusion to the Riftwar books of Raymond E. Feist.

If you have read his other books, this is one to pick up.

If you have never read one, DO NOT START WITH THIS ONE!

Fun to see some familiar faces, as always. There are some good twists and turns.

While Feist's first Riftwar Saga was his best, this is an enjoyable read and is worthy of his efforts. Feist does a good job of tying up so many loose ends you forgot they were there.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Godkiller Strikes 3 août 2008
Par Arthur W. Jordin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
Wrath of a Mad God (2008) is the third fantasy novel of the Darkwar Saga, following Into a Dark Realm. In the previous volume, the necromancer Leso Varen traps Miranda and gives her to the Dasati Deathpriests. The boys are captured by Salmater troops. Pug and his friends travel the Star Bridge to Omadrabar and find Macros the Black in a Dasati body.

In this novel, on Kelewan, Miranda escapes from the Deathpriests and alerts the Assembly of Magicians to look for the present incarnation of Leso Varen. The dome where she had been held is now gone, but the Dasati minions of the Dark God will be back. Miranda briefs the Assembly and the Emperor on her experiences and starts preparations for the invasion.

On Omadrabar -- the Dasati homeworld -- Pug and his friends avoid the Great Culling and then find the enclave of the Bloodwitch Sisters. Macros is dying, but tells them various secrets before his death. Returning to Omadrabar City, Pug finds that Nakor also has news.

On Midkemia, Jommy and the other cadets are surveilling a cove and watch a group of pirates rowing to the beach. They are accompanied by a sorcerer of some sort, who conjures a demon that appears to be made of molten material. They are holding off the pirates, but loosing to the demon, when an elf appears and destroys the demon. The elf and his friends take the Conclave forces as prisoners and march them off to their fort.

In this story, Miranda finds herself in a war between the Dasati and the Tsurani. The Tsurani kill countless Dasati, but they are losing men at the rate of thirty to one. The Dasati are also dying from the ambient energies, but they are still gaining ground.

Pug learns that the Dark God is a Dreadlord. Then the White learns that an invasion of Kelewan is imminent. Volka orders the White forces to gather for their ultimate attack on the TeKarana. They only hope that the Godkiller will eliminate His Darkness.

Jim Dasher sneaks off from the elf stockade and reaches their ship on the other side of the point. He reports the situation to the captain and uses a teleport ball to return to Sorcerer' Isle. He again describes the situation and then gets Miranda to take him to Elvandar. There he gains the aid of Tomas and the dragon Ryath.

This tale concludes the Darkwar Saga. The deathrate in this tale exceeds that of the whole Riftwar. Mostly people die to feed the Dark God, but there is also plenty of action. We also discover that the humans have been tools of the gods in this story. So what else is new?

The story involves at least four worlds in two separate levels of reality and two places in between the levels. Other such levels are shown in divine visions, but nobody actually sets foot on them in this plot. And one world is partially evacuated before its destruction. Could this work be considered "mage opera"?

Highly recommended for Feist fans and for anyone else who enjoys tales of interdimensional travel, gigantic magic, and tragic sacrifices.

-Arthur W. Jordin
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Opening up the Portal to the Next Stage 12 avril 2009
Par Jeff J. Chaves - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Poche
Great Read! The last book in the cycle that provide some closure to many sub-plots across many of the previous books. The major plot centers on the Invasion of Kelewan and how Pug has to carry the torch that started with Marcos and playing the Game of Gods. Some goodbye to some friends and some interesting discoveries about some of the characters! If you are true fan of Fantasy a great read and you won't be disappointed!
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