Arch Wizard

Arch Wizard Having been drawn into a fantasy world of his own creation Rod Everlar continues his quest to defeat the corruption he has discovered within He sets off in pursuit of the dark wizard Malraun only to

  • Title: Arch Wizard
  • Author: Ed Greenwood
  • ISBN: 9781844165889
  • Page: 267
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Having been drawn into a fantasy world of his own creation, Rod Everlar continues his quest to defeat the corruption he has discovered within He sets off in pursuit of the dark wizard Malraun, only to find that he has raised an army of monsters and mercenaries in order to conquer the world

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    • Sue Smith says:

      What a disaster.Utterly dismal.Words do not describe my absolute amazement at the fact that this got through a editing floor and continued on into print - and audio. The first book was definitely beyond cheese - ridiculous, quasi formed characters and a paper thin plot, but at least it had that. And the audio version was delightfully cheesy as well - done with enough pomp and circumstance to make it an entertaining story telling. But this second book is just beyond bad. It was like the author wa [...]

    • Mike says:

      Hate to ruin your opinion of this is book if you are of a younger audience but this was one of the worst books I have ever read.If you happened to miss my 'glowing' review of the first book in this trilogy, then you may have had the misfortune of reading the first book in this series. Suffice it to say that if you are ambivalent about picking up this second installment, do not do so.The Archwizard combines the first volume's lack of depth and subtlety with a general lack of much happening at all [...]

    • Kivutar says:

      This series 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 lea [...]

    • Mike 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 [...]

    • John says:

      This is the worst fall off from a good first book that I have ever read. I'm really not sure if I'm going to bother reading the final book in the trilogy.

    • Philip DeJong says:

      So in all fairness I found this book at the Dollar Store, and consequently, I have not read the first book. However, I thought he was trying way too hard. I mean, seriously, he followed like 15 (exaggeration) characters. All of them seemed like some pretty good characters and, somewhat, original ideas, but WAY too much at once. I really liked his writing, but didn't want 15 books in half of one, where he didn't do any of them efficiently. My final rant is that authors no longer know how to write [...]

    • Heather Ingemar says:

      A whirlwind of a book! Lots of action, lots of new characters My only real complaint is that Greenwood dives between scenes, often witholding the conclusion of events for several chapters while he fills you in on what's occurring elsewhere in Falconfar. A frustrating -- but good -- tactic for keeping people flipping pages to find out what happens.

    • Rony says:

      Overall, I liked the story.Unfortunately, it was very hard to read. Not that the content is difficult, more that the style of writing is not conducive to smooth reading.This book was a struggle to get through it; but I'm glad I did.

    • Angela says:

      WowI got 2/3rds of the way through this book and had to stopI had no idea what was going on. I'm going to track down a hardcopy of this trilogy and give that a go, maybe it'll make more sense if I can actually see how it's written, rather than listening to it.

    • Chris Wiley says:

      Not one of Ed's best books. It is good enough to keep me reading but the character depth really isn't there and he seems more angry in his writings than creative.

    • Jason Cabrera says:

      Good idea, but this book really dragged for me. Might try the second book just to give it one more chance.

    • Annie M says:

      Slow in the beginning. Lots of new characters to keep up with. Teona didn't have much of a role. Look forward to the third and final book which doesn't come out until Feb.

    • Darren says:

      Awesome cover art and title.

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