Blood Hostages Planescape Blood Wars #1 PDF/EPUB ´

Blood Hostages Planescape Blood Wars #1 ❮PDF / Epub❯ ☃ Blood Hostages Planescape Blood Wars #1 Author J. Robert King – When his uncle is abducted by a pair of gargoyles at the behest of an eight armed god Aereas joins his cousin Nina on a perilous journey into a bizarre and twisted world where they uncover a plot to t When his uncle is abducted by a pair Planescape Blood PDF Æ of gargoyles at the behest of an eight armed god Aereas joins his cousin Nina on a perilous journey into a bizarre and twisted world where they uncover a plot to turn the tide of the Blood War and unleash a horrific evil original first printing.

9 thoughts on “Blood Hostages Planescape Blood Wars #1

  1. Tiberius Bones Tiberius Bones says:

    There are only a few reviews on goodreads for this novel and they are all bad However there are no reasons given for the hatefest this book is receiving I picked this book up at a Walmart when I was a kid I thoroughly enjoyed it and have re read it multiple times It isn't a masterpiece but the visuals are imaginative Nd the plot works The environments are crazy and the characters are strange and uirky as well I've not read any of the others in the trilogy as they are hard to find Again I am not saying this book is amazing but isn't as bad as the one sentence reviewers would have you believe If you are looking this boom up on goodreads because you think it sounds interesting I say give it a chance

  2. Anthony Emmel Anthony Emmel says:

    Oh gaming genre fiction sometimes you're good occasionally brilliant but usually mediocre Oh where to start?I'm lost going through this book than Aereas and Nina seeing Sigil for the first time No good point of reference at the beginning Nothing to set up a trans on why we should care about these characters We had 39 minutes in a movie to learn about Luke; one would think that a book would take the time for a decent set upAnd the teenage angst And the forbidden love It's clear from the get go that Nina isn't really his cousin It's worse than Luke and LeiaI'm going to continue with the series in a couple of weeks after I get something decent in my brain Maybe it'll get better One can only hope

  3. Nilquest Nilquest says:

    kids killing a maralith in one round i don't think so

  4. C Teahouse C Teahouse says:

    Am I making a name for myself for reading and reviewing these obscure fantasy novels? Probably not but I’ll have a good time with it anywayThis book is certainly not the strongest in character development but the sheer imagination in the Planescape setting is enough to keep me reading This is one of those books that suffers from the supporting characters completely outshining the main characters Half fiend mercenaries with talking manta rays and inter dimensional wood workers? Give me of THAT and fewer “teenager with angst” guy but I guess you have to cater to your audience That all said if you like Planescape this is still worth reading The second book is better too ratcheting up the weirdness to 11 Jump on in

  5. Emmanuel Pothos Emmanuel Pothos says:

    The best book in the trilogy is exciting in itself and serves as a great appetiser for the far engaging second book

  6. Craig Craig says:

    I have only myself to blame really Most of the old TSR novelisations for Dungeons and Dragons have a well deserved reputation of being badly written shovel literature written to take advantage of kids that didn’t know any better I had thought that the inherent coolness of the Planescape setting might mitigate against this but I was disappointed; Blood Hostages is not a good novel by any definitionWhile this isn’t a particularly horrible example of the genre it does suffer from a lot of the problems endemic to this sort of novel• Poorly defined characters with no clear and consistent personalities or motivations• Characters doing bizarre things for no apparent reason multiple volunteers signing up for a fight against The Lady and then a trip to the Lower Planes without any tangible promise of a reward? • A large cast of characters most of whom have little relevance to the plot leading to heaps of “who are they again?” moments• Prose that’s purpler than a boxful of eggplantsThere are some perks it’s nice to see some places in the Lower Planes and the book is agreeably fast paced rather than getting bogged down in too much exposition But there are lots of books that have interesting settings and a good pace but don’t suffer the crippling flaws that this novel does Recommended for Planescape completionists only

  7. Brendan Coster Brendan Coster says:

    This is a really bad book This is also a pretty good crappy planescape novel So I'm averaging out 2 stars in general and 4 stars for what it's meant to be I was also led to believe this book had happening in Sigil and it leads you to think it may but like Pages of Pain it pretty uickly diverts you down a dark alley and then elsewhere which has almost nothing to do with Sigil itself It failed me on that front enough so that while I have the next two books picked up rather cheaply during our Philly book buy yay I'll probably stagger them between others I don't feel compelled to eat up the trilogy anytime soon view spoilerThe bleak abyss of endless winds is by far the most interesting and terrifying part of the book I'll probably use it hide spoiler

  8. Justin Salisbury Justin Salisbury says:

    I enjoy DD novels in general but this series is horrible

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