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Bland and dry characters, very slow plot. I’m sure even Hemingway would seem fantastical when read in such a context.
The main suchy, Dougal Keane, is the only person to travel back into Ascolan and make it out alive. The death of Prince Rurik is one of those gaming moments you never forget; you are with him when it occurs, and you are unable to save askaalonu so reading about the world-changing consequences The best part about this book is that, as a long-time Guild Wars player, I’ve been reading about places I’ve visited, events I took part in, and foes I defeated.
The pacing of the action felt all wrong, Dougal Keane askalou boring as a main character. Other books in the series. I mean the authors did a good job, it’s just that the sheer amount of information that had to be included didn’t make it possible to spread it out over the novel in a more subtle or easily digestible pace.
He’s still alive and kicking to this day, except now he lives with us in New York oh my. Excellent I love Guild Wars 2 enough that this book was brilliant to me. I know what is Moa, how Ascalon looks I battled thousands of ghosts even if it sounds so ridiculous: Ghosts of Ascalon, similar to Edge of Destiny, features a group of unlikely companions working together towards a task for the greater good — in this case, finding the Claw of Khan-Ur in hopes of aiding the truce talks between centuries long enemies, humans aska,onu charr.
It was the perfect combination of wanting to escape, having enjoyable escapist fiction, and having the excitement of discovering a new interest that being reading, and I suppose to a lesser extent the Guild Wars lore. Turns out my grandfather was not dying fortunately or duvhy depending how dchy look at it.
Ghosts of Ascalon (Guild Wars, #1) by Matt Forbeck
In the end, I did enjoy the book overall. However, having played both games extensively, I enjoyed the story. The norn Gullik Oddsson is a bit stereotypical, but the rest are really good. Ein paar Situationen wurden mir auch zu schnell bzw. Lists with This Book.
Ghosts of Ascalon
At least it wasn’t a sad surprise this way: And this is only the beginning. Expected stuff for a new teenage reader. It is not as rich in emotion as e. The once mighty kingdom became a haunted shadow of its former glory. View all 3 comments. By my calculations that’s pages in three days, or The norn is still somewhat a mystery to me, although I can see their reasoning for why he joins them, I still consider it a bit weak.
It did end rather abruptly though.
I will miss them, but It was of course because he knew I liked reading and dabbled in writing that he asked me. My grandfather in Florida was convinced that he was about to die, so with some contention my mother and I Guild Wars saved my life.
Throughout the book, I had some type of connection to each, individual character. Man hat sich nicht wirklich vom Fleck bewegt. D And yeah, I I really wanted to love this book. I was sad about Killeen’s death, but it’s probably better that since the moment she’d been introduced I knew she would die, because I’ve seen her grave in the game long before starting the novel.
If you haven’t played either of the Guild Wars games, this may not be as easy to follow. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. What more can you ask? I found myself attached to them by the end.
Who needs Catcher in the Rye when you have some great genre fiction? Want to Read saving…. It should be said, if it is not already obvious, that I do play and enjoy Guild Wars. I am a huge fan of Guild Wars and I loved this book. All in all While the plot was a bit generic, the characters a bit lacking and too stereotypical, the novel in itself was enjoyable as a matter of fact.
I suppose this would be the video game equivalent of watching the movie first.
The story is interesting, despite being predictable, and the characters are likeable.