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Cause, on 08 July - AM, said:. Chance, on 08 July - PM, said:. Community Forum Software by IP. Sign In » New user? Register Now! Enter your sign in name and password Username: Password: I've forgotten my password. Since not everyone has read the books and may be at varying stages of doing so, let's keep spoilers within tags, and try to mention above the tag what point in the series you are talking about so others know what to click and what not. The sequence where Frentis and the Volarian woman are in the throne room with the King and Lyrna I mean once Vaelin saw his vision of fire and Lyrna I knew I had to watch out for something, and to be honest I initially suspected something might have occurred when she went to Bander's estate though after she went I realized I needn't have worried While not exactly a twist, I knew the knife that the Mahlessa poisoned would come into play, I had no idea it would come into play so soon, and my brain TOTALLY didn't connect the fact that it was pain that freed Frentis up enough to save the Hope's widow and her son Holy hell this book is amazing.
Only halfway through but I'm already sad to be on the other side of mid-way as I'll be finished soon and have to wait for book 3. Posted 04 July - PM Halfway through Part 2 Spoiler I find it odd that there has never been any mention before of this massive Volarian Empire which is just a stones throw away from the Realm and the Alpirans and who are sorcerous powerhouses. Al Sorna so far has been a bit to Zen. Its like he no longer has a personality, just a passive acceptance to face anything that comes his way.
Does anyone know what Obi is talking about when he says the realm has muslim influeces? Posted 04 July - PM Cause, on 04 July - PM, said: Halfway through Part 2 Spoiler I find it odd that there has never been any mention before of this massive Volarian Empire which is just a stones throw away from the Realm and the Alpirans and who are sorcerous powerhouses.
Spoiler I actually think of the realm as Britain, with the Alpirans replacing the Roman empire and Volarians Byzantine empire. The religious schism inside the realm reminds me of reformation. I understand that a lot of things don't match but that's just me My favorite part of the book was Vernier's accounts. I actually like him dialed back, simply because I know he's trying to keep himself in check because of how his life has gone and what it has done and can do to those around him. I do like how he is very calculated in his actions now, but still has moments of worry.
I think Reva is currently his sword-arm, if that makes sense? Other than the fact that the surnames in the Realm have "al" in them, I don't see that at all. The Faith is a far cry from Islam as a religion. We'd have to ask Mr. Ryan to be sure, but I can't see Islam in anything in these books so far I mean the Faith is based on avatars with order houses, and beholden to their own departed ancestors instead of a deity There is more later on in Book 2 about a person named Kerlis The Faithless which expounds on the whole Departed thing and why it can be important Posted 04 July - PM Spoiler I get the sense even from just book 1 and more so now that the author has a strong anti-religion or perhaps rather specifically an anti-god agenda.
Given the way they were spoken of I felt like they were this incredibly distant people. Instead we now learn its a massive empire that borders the Alpirians and neighbours the realm, they have a gigantic army and magic. Its not a deal breaker, not even a big deal but I feel that in trying to keep them under wraps for book 2 the author was somewhat disingenuous in how they were kept under wraps in book 1.
I think it's clear that Ryan is an atheist, especially in Vaelin being indoctrinated into the Faith and then to have him shun it once he sees the world how it is. What I like about HOW he's gone about it though, is that he leaves the human quotient in while disparaging the embedded dogma. So while The Order the Sixth Order in particular and moreso the 7th and the 4th has stodgy dogma attached to it, the same indoctrination and training not only gave Vaelin some of his best friends, but crafted him and others into the people they are today.
So without the religion and the doctrine he'd never know Nortah, or Sherin, or Caenis. The 3rd Order that's the healers right? I think he gives even more special treatment in that he portrays them more like Hospitallers than anything, realizing the good they do outweighs a lot of the rhetoric. And I think that's the point of The World Father religion as well being on the more corrupted end of the religion scale , the blurb that opens Book III talks about the "Reader" who we saw in Alltor and how he's basically the Pope, but that no one ever knows "why" and he just all of the sudden appears and claims dominion.
But yeah, Ryan's voice is clear about his feelings I'm just glad he's got the forethought to explore the various religions like a theologian and historian, and not just someone who might dislike organized religion. He's a deconstructor. At least that's how I see it. Posted 04 July - PM Just picked up Tower Lord today and rearranged all plans until it is finished so avoiding all spoilers!
Absolutely loved the first book! Loved it! However, I have a question for those who finished: Spoiler What was the last scene with Weaver and Lyrna about? He saves her with the rope he'd been making for so long I don't get that at all Posted 07 July - AM Spoiler I believe he is just healing her scars A bit odd when surrounded by a thousand wounded, but it must be significant long term Im guessing but every gift has its price and the healing is painful.
I can't remember if when Vaelin is healed in book 1 if he describes any pain but I feel certain that's what is going on I enjoyed the book but am let down by the ending, which I think is not so much a book ending as the intermission before book 3 picks up right where we left off. It lacked climax and a conclusion to many of the plots.
Frentis and Solis, the traitorous Fief lord, the volarian reinforcements which will arrive soon, the gifted in Vaelins army did very little, the lonak I presume will attack Varinshold with frentis but otherwise the peace deal has letd to little so far etc etc I also disliked how he gathers this army and then when hopefully outnumbered his battle plan was to charge the enemy alone, especially given that even though his army is succesfull he himself faints before even reaching his objective.
Struck me as ridiculous. An Army that never routes will inflict almost as many casualties on the enemy as they do to it in the final slaughter. Still that's a minor personal gripe compared to the former which I think crosses into the line of lazy writing. One more complaint is how the Queen receives the Shields loyalty because he becomes taken with her on first sight even though she is disfigured? I actually had to go back and re-read the scene because I was sure I must have missed something.
Posted 07 July - AM Cause, on 07 July - AM, said: Spoiler One more complaint is how the Queen receives the Shields loyalty because he becomes taken with her on first sight even though she is disfigured? So he knew she had been beautiful. And as to the climax, I felt that was Reva's defense of Alltor, considering it dealt with the initially repulsed attacks, through the engines that created the breaches, and including the hail mary attempt to get rid of all the engines, culminating in the house to house defense she and the commander employed.
That was about as great a climax as I could have dreamt up. Spoiler Even if he has seen her before she is still ugly now. I can believe a man can love based on more than appearance but not on first sight or on second sight from a massive distance. The scene felt off. Maybe a POV from him later can clear it up. I feel Reva's defence had much of the impact stolen by the fact that verniers accounts from the enemy side were set so far in the future.
We knew she would fail to take out the siege ships, or if she did the Volarians must have more because they were still around in the future. We knew she planned house-to-house fighting. The only thing we never saw was just how one women created such fear in the Volarian ranks.
Further even if such fear exist we were repeatedly told half the Volarian army is immune to fear. During school competitions, he was always eager to put up some interesting write up. He has always liked to conjure up things and it has always led to more and more writing. As a student, he liked to read and write about almost everything. Asked about his writing habits, Ryan explains that every book for him is an opportunity to let his thoughts go wild.
In his first book, the outline was a single page. That is all the preparation he had. Yet when he started writing, the words simply flowed forth and he was able to finish strong. While some critics argue that it took way too long for the book to hit the shelves, this is understandable because the author was at that time studying for a degree in medieval history and did not get enough time to develop his plot points.
The first and second editions of this book received a good critical acclaim, but sales predictably skyrocketed after the deal with Penguin. Tower Lord followed, and the last book in the trilogy, Queen of Fire, comes out later this year. In the sixth order, Vaelin Al Sorna, brother of the sixth order in a dystonic realm fights a losing war against everyone.
Vaelin is less than thirty years old, yet a mission exists for which he must sacrifice all the things he believed in. Most of the activities in the book do not happen within his control. He must pursue a destiny that is unknown to him. While creating this character, Ryan shows an incredible sense of creativity. Technically, there exists no true definition of Vaelin.
He is a shadow, he moves in the realm in the pursuit of enemies. Despite the fact that he has to fight to the death in most of his duel, there is a sense of hopelessness in the way things happen. The plan is that Vaelin is going to die, because at the end of it all, the owner of the duel does not target a win for Vaelin, but a win for himself. A conflict slowly builds up between Vaelin Al Sorna and the evil, demanding king who seeks to have nothing but retribution.
The odds here seem to be stacked solidly against Vaelin. While he struggles between conflicting emotions, the premise here is that he must kill to live. According to his detractors, the protagonist here is paying for the sins of his father. While he wants to stay loyal to his creed, he cannot help but wonder how near the end is, as he is deeply aware of his own invincibility and vulnerability.
Ryan creates a fast-paced saga where the character only stays at the edges of the consciousness of the leader. Vaelin is essentially a protagonist who lives outside his own story. There is an incredible sense of dread and expectation throughout.
While in most of the places Vaelin appears clearly cut out, he veers to the edge of the ledge now and then and comes back to haunt the conscience of the reader. The pace is fast, the suspense is gripping and the sense of expectation is palpable. The Alpiran Empire knows Vaelin as the hope killer, and he will stop at nothing; it is his creed, it is in him to kill and it is part of his destiny.
Vaelin picks up his story from Blood King. He knows that the war he has been fighting in has come because of deception. He does not divulge to anyone that the war that has been going on is a lie. However, it haunts him. Men are dying, blood is being spilt in the name of loyalty, and the tragedy is that scores of brave men have to be the sacrifice that waters the tree of liberty. The dark blade, as Vaelin goes by, slowly gets disillusioned and chooses to go back home to wallow in the solitude of his misery.
The long trek back home is depressing, and so do the images that confront him. Vaelin gets home, but the circumstances have shifted. Things are not as they used to be. There is simply no hope anymore. The power does not rest in the hands of the righteous.
The images of the wars and the massacres play out prominently in the minds of men and gods.
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