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This novel gets a perfect score, five Beholders out of five Beholders. For example, there still- believe it or not- is a date in which we have by canon that Amlauril and Zaor were married. One thing about my taste in books that hasn’t changed from my young and dumb days is that I love books like this, which tell the history of a place over a long period of time.
And apparently I’m not the only one. Oct 01, Mark rated it really liked it Shelves: I will be using this websites http: But to many it is the ultimate prize.
One of my two favorite books. Of course, this could also easily be mythologized rhetoric attempting to explain why, later during the Crownwars, those Drow are evil and you shouldn’t feel bad about killing them. Otherwise, this long novel contains a wide range of stories, presented as a history being compiled by a scholar, that were thrilling, magical, and fun.
Evermeet: Island of the Elves
I loved it so much I read it once a year for 7 years. I’m in and I love Elaine’s reakms. Evermeet is this sort of book for the elves of the Forgotten Realms setting, and it is cool, even when there are like, space elves that crash down and join the commune or whatever.
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Evermeet: Island of the Elves by Elaine Cunningham
The manner in which time is handled in the book was a touch difficult for me. All in all, this was one of the most entertaining books that I’ve read. Despite the embedded fantasy racism, it does make some sense that, in the early day, when the gods and their people we much closer, those who would become Drow would be heavily influenced by their creator, and the modern-day Drow suffer under the same curse, fair or not.
It became hard to follow. Feb 23, Jesse rated it really liked it Shelves: In it, Elaine Cunningham relates stories that take place during thousands of years of Elvish history. Jul 20, Michael rated it liked it. Rich in magic and treasure, to those who hear of its legends it is the ultimate paradise.
This one was pretty heavy with trying to keep names, genealogies, past actions and developing enmities in line.
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Mar 13, Kaylah rated it it was amazing. It was beautifully written and Elaine Cunningham did a good job of keeping me interested. Nov 14, Kevin rated it really liked it Shelves: The characters are well written and rounded and you are left with the feeling that you hope that others gealms revisit them at later dates.
Just show little vignettes as time goes by and this is cool. Nothing but elves as far as the eye can se An ambitious book by an always likable writer, “Evermeet” doesn’t completely fulfill the promise of its premise – a Michener-esque generational epic about the history of Elves on Faerun, centered around the events leading up to creation of the sanctuary island and the consequences afterward.
Jul 31, Christopher rated it it was amazing. Elves get very bland fast. Island of the Elves, that just blows me away.
I very much enjoyed this book. The jumping around confused me a little especially since I kept being tired when I read but really enjoyed it and loved getting all that backstory!! My only complaint was the time jumping which did not seem necessary nor did it add to the story.
It was almost too much. See 1 question about Evermeet…. Is it a series?
The purpose of the story is clear, but this feels more like a collection of short stories rather than a novel. When Evermeet comes under massive, devastating attack, her sacrifice holds the last hope forgotteh saving the elven homeland.
Well, surprisingly, there is. The book is great, in that it weaves in and out of different plots, which is the plot of the book itself!