Books The Will of the Wanderer MATEO ES EL PERSONAJE M S CUQUI PRECIOSO QUE HE CONOCIDO EN MUCHO TIEMPO Y NO HAB A ESCENA EN QUE NO QUISIESE ABRAZARLE MUY FUERTE Y PROMETERLE QUE TODO IBA A SALIR BI
Books The Will of the Wanderer MATEO ES EL PERSONAJE MÁS CUQUI PRECIOSO QUE HE CONOCIDO EN MUCHO TIEMPO Y NO HABÍA ESCENA EN QUE NO QUISIESE ABRAZARLE MUY FUERTE Y PROMETERLE QUE TODO IBA A SALIR BIEN.Zohra me ha gustado mucho, sobre todo teniendo en cuenta la fecha en la que está escrito el libro, y Khardan igual (salvo cuando aparece Meryem en escena y deja de pensar con el poco cerebro que le quedaba... Exacto)En resumen, me ha gustado mucho el planteamiento del libro y cómo han ido jugando con los personajes. Aunque los últimos capítulos han sido un tanto precipitados estoy deseando ver cómo desenredan lo ocurrido en el siguiente.. The Will of the Wanderer are Books Since time began, twenty Gods have ruled the universe Though each god possessed different abilities, each was all powerful within his realm Now one of the Gods has upset the balance of power, leaving the others scrambling for control in the new orderHere is the epic tale of the Great War of the Gods and the proud people upon whom the fate of the world depends When thSince time began, twenty Gods have ruled the universe Though each god possessed different abilities, each was all powerful within his realm Now one of the Gods has upset the balance of power, leaving the others scrambling for control in the new orderHere is the epic tale of the Great War of the Gods and the proud people upon whom the fate of the world depends When the God of the desert, Akhran the Wanderer, declares that two clans must band together despite their centuries old rivalry, their first response is outrage But they are a devout people and so reluctantly bow to his bidding.Enemies from birth, the headstrong Prince Khardan and impetuous Princess Zohra must unite in marriage to stop Quar, the God of Reality, Greed, and Law, from enslaving their people.But can Khardan and Zohra keep from betraying each other Can their two peoples maintain their fragile alliance until the long awaited flowering of the legendary Rose of the Prophet Against the powerful legions of the evil Amir, Khardan and Zohra fight to save the desert people a fight unexpectedly joined by an exiled wizard named Matthew and the mysterious powers of his alien land.. Fantasy novelist who, along with Tracy Hickman, was one of the original creators of the Dragonlance game world I ve written numerous novels and short stories set in the world of Krynn, as well as series in other, original worlds These include Darksword, Rose of the Prophet, Star of the Guardians, DeathGate, Dragonvarld, Sovereign Stone, Dragonships, and the Dragon Brigade I also wrote two paranormal romance novels, Fallen Angel and Warrior Angel, with my daughter, Elizabeth Baldwin I graduated from the University of Missouri Columbia and now live in Wisconsin with dogs, Max, Dixie, Joey the Thug and Clancy the Hooligan I am currently working on the third book in the Dragon Brigade series, the Seventh Sigil The first book is Shadow Raiders The second book is Storm Riders, coming out from Tor in July 2013 My hobby is flyball racing with my dogs, Dixie, a border collie, and two crackhead Shelties, Joey the Thug and Clancy the Hooligan I am the owner of the company, Margaret Weis Productions, publisher of RPGs Our newest project is creating the RPG for the wonderful TV series, Firefly Shiny. Good Books The Will of the Wanderer I don't know if I'm allowed to love this book so unreservedly. See, it was published a while ago and is fantasy that plunders eastern culture for its inspiration in terms of setting and characters. But it is written by white people casting their eyes on the culture and I know that these days there is more of a cry for authentic eastern cultures written by people who are actually *of* that culture.The thing is, though, I feel that in a lot of ways this novel is quite enlightened. There are different types of god and worship, showcasing the fact that religion is approached in many different ways. There is polygamy, thanks to the harems and seraglios. Within the first third of the novel, the idea of a gay relationship with one of the main characters is gently explored (although his potential partner does die in a horrid way, so I'm not sure if that would cause issue).The setting breathes from the pages in a gorgeous spill of words. The characters are memorable and three dimensional. The fantasy is breathtaking and well-imagined. I first read this novel when I was in my teens and was scared it wouldn't stand up to a more jaded adult view (such as the David Eddings novels I have revisited), but this is sturdy and enjoyable, and I'm delighted to move onto the rest of the trilogy.Recommended.