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  • Title: [Diamond Throne] (By: David Eddings) [published: July, 1990]
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    One thought on “[Diamond Throne] (By: David Eddings) [published: July, 1990]

    1. None on said:

      Avec ce livre commence une grande épopée comme D. Eddings sait si bien les écrire. Sparhawk (Emouchet en français), un chevalier, rentre chez lui pour trouver un nid d'intrigue et sa reine gravement malade. Les personnages sont bien développés, l'intrigue est captivante, bref un livre à lire à mon avis.

    2. Adélard Carine on said:

      () Les ingrédients de cette histoire sont : complots, amitié, haine, amour, humour, éthique, crime, guerre, argent, duplicité, loyauté, trahison et magie. C'est un livre qu'on a du mal à poser sur sa table de nuit lorsque les paupières deviennent trop lourdes. Toute l'oeuvre de David et Leigh Eddings est un des grands piliers de la littérature fantastique.

    3. Michelle on said:

      I've read other David Eddings books and enjoyed them immensely. This series was no different. It got off to a bit of a slow start while the characters are developed and the world is created for you, but I quickly loved both the characters and the world. This is the first book in a trilogy (followed by another trilogy, The Tamuli). You can stop reading at the end of this trilogy, or continue on to the next if you wish. If you've never read David Eddings, give this series or the Belgariad a try. I [...]

    4. Bonham on said:

      I really enjoyed this book from the very start. Without giving too much away it's a refreshing twist on how 'Knights' are normally portrayed, specifically the main character. A more traditionally 'human' world with some monsters (no real elves, dwarves, etc). Good characters, has a sense of humor.

    5. Tammie on said:

      My hubby loves David Eddings and this set is totally a must for our library. He re-reads every couple years, and probably knows these books by heart, but he insists that each time he re-reads one he finds something "new". David Eddings is just THAT GOOD!!!!!

    6. M. West on said:

      I was given this book to read by a co-worker. I didn't think I would like it but hoped it would help me fall asleep WRONG! I was so into the book it cost me sleep as I could not put it down and once finished I couldn't wait to read the others in the series. Then I found out there is another series continuing from this one.

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