[Epub] ➛ Falconfar (Falconfar Saga, #3) ➜ Ed Greenwood – Thomashillier.co.uk


Falconfar (Falconfar Saga, #3) With The Evil Wizards Malraun And Narmarkoun Seemingly Defeated And Malraun S Tower Falling About His Ears, Rod Everlar, The Science Fiction Writer Drawn Into A World Of His Own Creation, Now Faces His Greatest Challenge As Falconfar Descends Into War, Rod Must Find The Power And The Knowledge To Fight The First Archwizard, The Most Feared Of The Dooms Lorontar.


10 thoughts on “Falconfar (Falconfar Saga, #3)

  1. says:

    This book should have it all Book author travels to the realm of his imagination, has the ability to become the most powerful wizard in the world, beautiful fallen angel warrior at his side Unfortunately it falls short on every point This book is part of a trilogy and as such you expect the hero to take a little bit of time to acclimate to the new world and then shine, but Rod never does He rarely even bumbles into the correct answer His fallen angel becomes a bondage sex slave for at least This book should have it all Book author travels to the realm of his imagination, has the ability to become the most powerful wizard in the world, beautiful fallen angel warrior at his side ...


  2. says:

    I cannot stress enough to you that you should NOT read this book Seriously, I ve read all types from trash fi silly science fiction books to fantasy books of all kinds, but I ve never encountered a worse series of books than this Falconfar Saga trilogy.I checked all three books out of the library and I would ve stopped with the first one, but I thought to myself, Surely Ed Greenwood wouldn t write this kind of trash It simply must get better I was wrong.Imagine an ambling plot while c I cannot stress enough to you that you should NOT read this book Seriously, I ve read all types from trash fi silly science fiction books to fantasy books of all kinds, but I ve never encountered a worse series of books than this Falconfar Saga trilogy.I checked all three books out of the library and I would ve stopped with the first one, but I thought to myself, Surely Ed Greenwood wouldn t write this kind of trash It simply must get better I was wrong.Imagine an ambli...


  3. says:

    I actually did not finish this book It s been awhile since I read the last one in the series which, as I go over my review, I apparently didn t like that much and I just couldn t get into it I read the The Story Thus Far and it was so complicated with so many characters and plot lines that even after reading the summary I couldn t really remember what happened in the previous books, and based on the first 60 pages or so this book was going to be just as complicated Definitely a case of to I actually did not finish this book It s been awhile since I read the last one in the series which, as I go over my...


  4. says:

    Overall this series was good Second book dragged along quite a bit, and I felt like it was not going anywhere There are a lot of characters in book 3 to keep track of, and the last 50 pages could have been developed a lot .


  5. says:

    It was a good book, entertaining and all that, but I felt the last 1 4th of the book was waaaay rushed Everything wrapped up too quickly, especially in the last ten pages Other than that


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