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Hardcover The Wyrmling Horde: The Seventh Book of The Runelords Book

ISBN: 0765316668

ISBN13: 9780765316660

The Wyrmling Horde: The Seventh Book of The Runelords

(Part of the The Runelords (#7) Series and Runovl√°dci (#7) Series)

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The Saga of the Runelords is written in the finest tradition of Tolkien and other works that rise above the fantasy genre to special and individual heights. Now the epic story continues: at the end of Worldbinder, Fallion Orden, son of Gaborn, was imprisoned on a strange and fantastic world that he created by combining two alternate realities. It's a world brimming with dark magic, ruled by a creature of unrelenting evil who is gathering monstrous...

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5 ratings

Great Reading

I love to read a good movie, and this book would make a good movie.

Runelords Continues to Impress

I do not want to be one of those people that rewrite the book in their review, but I would like to say that this was probably one of my favorite Runelords novels. It is very fast paced and continued to advance the overall plot. Farland continues to expand his world in new and exciting ways. My one and only complaint is that I will have to continue to wait to see how this series will end. Would have loved to see this novel be a couple hundred pages longer, but maybe it is a good thing that it is not. Many authors might have made it longer by including useless filler pages which would have turned a great book into an average one. I would encourage everyone to read the Runelord series with the assurance that it only continues to get better.

Great book and great series

I love this series and love this book, it's great to see the different ideas Farland presents in his books. The only complaint I have is the length, it's pretty short....read it in 4 days. It could easily have been simply a trilogy, which I would have enjoyed more. I guess it's all about the Benjamins

Farland DELIVERS with this installment of The Runelords

While debates rage over this series, I have been a fan since I picked up a copy of The Runelords several years ago, and on a whim, actually wrote to David Farland wanting to know just WHY I should read his book...I was shocked when he responded a couple hours later in my In-Box. At first I wasn't even sure if I had been just seeing things, but there it was...a genuine response to my inquiry. I figured if he would take the time out to respond to me, at the very least I should give his novel a chance. As it turns out, I have felt that the Runelord novels have been a very worthwhile gamble. I cannot recall a Fantasy novel in which the usage of Magic is even remotely as original as it is within these books. Utterly original--and that is definitely saying something in a genre that is getting increasingly stale these days. The Wyrmling Horde picks up as we are left in the (literal) cliff-hanger from Worldbinder, and while some novels take pages upon chapters to finally get a plot moving, Wyrmling does NOT suffer from that whatsoever. In fact, the rubber hits the pavement (so-to-speak) rather quickly and almost never let's up. Making the daring rescue of Fallion Orden from the world of his own making (literally by melding two different realities) held captive of Lord Despair, has what I believe most Fantasy fans will all enjoy: Magic, battles (and OH are they good) and, well more magic. The battles are bloody good (heavy emphasis on bloody) and well orchestrated, too. In all, if you have been a constant fan of The Runelord novels thus far, I believe you will find MUCH to entertain you here...conversely, if you weren't a fan, this book will either bring you back, or push you further away I would guess. It isn't going to be much of an exciting read however if you haven't read the previous books in this 2nd Quartet (or the original 4 books for that matter, but I suppose you could muddle your way through if you had to). Honestly, The Wyrmling Horde is as good--for me anyway--as ANY of the previous Runelord books. I say give it a gamble and hopefully it'll pay off for you as well. David Farland has an incredible imagination, and he exercises it in the extreme here--with great results. Recommended.

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