Bestselling authors David and Leigh Eddings welcome readers back to the time before The Belgariad and The Malloreon series. Join them as. Belgarath the Sorcerer. David Eddings, Author, Leigh Eddings, With Del Rey $ (p) ISBN Tweet. More By and About This Author. The life story of Belgararth the Sorcerer: his own account of the great struggle that went before the Belgariad and the Ma [ ].
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Also by David EddingsLeigh Eddings. This makes it no less brilliant. He admitted that he had to distance himself from people as they grow older, because endless grief was not a condition the human mind could endure, and he, despite millennia of life, was still human.
This page was last edited on 20 Marchat David and Leight Eddings have an amazing talent of telling a deep story with lovable characters even with a timeline of thousands of years. Previously a supporting character in the unfolding story of Garion, the boy hero who would be king, Belgarath now takes centre stage.
His own account is a nice background to the Belgariad and provides all the juicy details of the legendary characters and events that you’ve always been curious about belgafath was never told in full. It is important to remember I read David’s books as a young man, and my ratings all reflect how the books made me feel back then, 20 years ago, and not today.
Sorcerrr admits that he tends to take a fairly long view of history and is thus able to take the loss of others with the exception of his wifein stride, thus making him naturally a rather static character.
In short, Belgarath the Sorcerer provides a solid background on not just Belgarath’s past, but some of the other characters’ as well most notably, of course, his fellow disciples of Aldur, including Polgara.
The World Tree rises up out of the seething clouds like a green mountain, lifting its children up to the light.
Belgarath the Sorcerer
He is the best. Feist, William Forstchen Narrated by: I am definitely going to listen to Polgora next. I read this year’s back.
Dec 29, Darrel Blair rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
I’m almost afraid to pick up the next companion book, Polgara, for fear that it will frustrate me even more when it comes to a character I love even above Belgarath.
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It is a great story and explains a lot from the Belgariad that the reader did not get in the earlier series. In fact, this is dvid the best way to put it: It is with beautiful wonderful delight that the narrator exceeded my expectations which is amazing considering high those expectations where.
As always, Eddings holds the reader’s attention extremely well.
I love this book and it is a great addition to the series. It is much more enjoyable however if you have read the other ten books in the series first Belgariad, then Mallorean. But first he must survive cruelty, chains and the bitter waters of the Shattered Sea itself. Belgarath the Sorcerer is the tale of a boy who makes good and goes on to become a wizard dirty old man depending on your point of view ths to play a formative role in the creation of the world they inhabit and who is responsible and present at much of the major events that transpire!
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D Throughout we get to meet many of the legendary characters alluded to throughout which really gives the title of epic to the book! But maybe I’m just in a pissy mood today. The sad truth of the matter is that David and Leigh Eddings had been stretching my p There are times when I mightily rue the sad fact that I am, by nature, a completist.
But let’s be real – I’m an insane completist and I’m deeply interested to see how the Eddings will describe Polgara’s perpetually “flinty” gaze when SHE becomes the protagonist of the story D Belgarath is tasked with this and the book follows him as he goes about in in very creative ways!
In the Belgariad and Mallorean Belgarath is already seven thousand years old.
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To view it, click here. The only thing that was hard for me to get used to was the style of writing. Eddings manages pace very well–speeding through centuries in a paragraph, and then spending whole chapters on belgaragh events of a few weeks–without leaving the reader dizzy from wondering what just happened.