[Reading] ➻ Son of Avonar (The Bridge of D'Arnath, #1) Author Carol Berg – Uroturk.info

Son of Avonar (The Bridge of D'Arnath, #1) Magic Is Forbidden Throughout The Four Realms For Decades, Sorcerers And Those Associating With Them Were Hunted To Near ExtinctionBut Seri, A Leiran Noblewoman Living In Exile, Is No Stranger To Defying The Unjust Laws Of Her Land She Is Sheltering A Wanted Fugitive Who Possesses Unusual Abilities A Fugitive With The Fate Of The Realms In His Hands


About the Author: Carol Berg

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10 thoughts on “Son of Avonar (The Bridge of D'Arnath, #1)

  1. says:

    I have to give Carol Berg credit for her female protagonist Seri is in no way your typical fantasy heroine She s neither young nor blond, she s not virginal or a doormat She s a middle aged widow who s borne a child She s cynical and she shows her age I liked her because, unlike too many women in fantasy novels these days who are little than cardboard cutouts, I could identify w


  2. says:

    This book made me weep as I have never weep in all 16 years of my existence For yet another time, I realized what a great talent and a pen could do to twist and weave words until they become as painful and as vivid as reality itself This book is soo good i want to yell HALLELUIAH everytime it s mentioned The Son of Avonar was the reason why I was still awake at dawn, my


  3. says:

    This is the first Carol Berg book I ve read, but after finishing this last night I know it won t be the last First I have to finish this quartet The Lady Seriana has exiled herself from all she knows and all she is accustomed to, though with good reason and no hesitation Her husband Karon was brutally tortured and murdered for being a sorceror, and all their friends too The only reason she was n


  4. says:

    I can t say how much I loved this book Carol Berg s writing style is fantastic, and you can t help but fall in love with Seri and Karon The author establishes the reader s interest in the present then cuts back to Seri s past and develops her changes and growth from a young woman, through love and tragedy, intercut with the present and the mysterious new sorcerer in her life Carol Berg cleverly reminds


  5. says:

    I usually am completely in love with Carol Berg, but this book isn t doing it for me The characters are sharp and interesting, the plot is full of adventure and spicy twists and turns, the setting is full of danger and intrigue.but the story itself starts ten years after a big occurence and then spends than half of the book explaining the background It s really awesome that the author spent the time to come up


  6. says:

    The novel starts with a bang I look forward to finishing this series.


  7. says:

    I actually read this a couple of years ago, but I just did a reread relisten in preparation for finishing the series.I always love Berg s characters and emotions they are vivid and engaging and the general atmosphere she creates OTOH, with every book I find plot holes or plot points that I simply don t buy So I think plotting is her weakness, but since I care about character than plot I am willing to overlook them.The narrato


  8. says:

    Son of Avonar is an amazing fantasy, written in a Lord of the Rings style but with its own special twist The descriptions are amazing, and the characters are detailed enough that you want to stay with them for another three or four books It is a little hard to get into at first, but once you pass the first couple of chapters it s than worth it The way Carol Berg combines two storylines about the same person while keeping the reader g


  9. says:

    Not as good as her recent Lighthouse books, but it was a good solid fantasy with an interesting protagonist Kept me sufficiently distracted from annoying people on the daily bus commute and from this wretched sniffing sneezing cold I ll agree with another reviewer that names are a problem in this series excessive Z s, V s and apostrophes in the foreign names and a typical French root for domestic aristocracy and Italian root for peasantry No


  10. says:

    I really enjoyed this book It was unusual, in that it was a fantasy book written from a first person point of view I enjoyed the detail and texture that the first person narrator brings to the story All the characters are rich in personality, revealing many different layers through out the story I must admit that I did not like the ending, but that I think is personal choice and not a writing flaw.


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