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Kohtalon täyttymys ❮Download❯ ➾ Kohtalon täyttymys Author David Eddings – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Pyh Aldurin Kivi on vallattu takaisin ja Garion kruunattu kuninkaaksi Riva Rautakouran perillisen Ikivanha ennustus ei kuitenkaan ole viel toteutunut Garion tiet ett lopullinen taistelu Pimeyden jumal Pyh Aldurin Kivi on vallattu takaisin ja Garion kruunattu kuninkaaksi Riva Rautakouran perillisen Ikivanha ennustus ei kuitenkaan ole viel toteutunut Garion tiet ett lopullinen taistelu Pimeyden jumalaa vastaa on v ist m t n, silloin ratkaistaan Kiven herruus ja maailmojen kohtalo Niin on m r tty, mutta sisimm ss n nuori kuningas tuntee kalvavan ep ilyn voiko ihminen voittaa kuolemattoman jumalan Kohtalon t yttymys on viides ja viimeinen osa Belgarionin tarua, loistavaa fantasiaeeposta, joka kertoo nuoren pojan seikkailujen tiest maailmassa, jossa peri inhimillinen ja yliluonnollinen el v t luontevasti rinnakkain.


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  1. Wanda Wanda says:

    For me, this was the most enjoyable book of the whole Belgariad series, and that despite all of the happily ever afters that occur by book s end Those of you who know me, know that I much prefer Lady or the Tiger type endings that leave thingsto my imagination.Garion finally comes into his own during this installment and his elders and the Prophecy actually help him He and Ce Nedra start communicating, instead of guessing what the other is thinking or feeling And even Hettar, the i For me, this was the most enjoyable book of the whole Belgariad series, and that despite all of the happily ever afters that occur by book s end Those of you who know me, know that I much prefer Lady or the Tiger type endings that leave thingsto my imagination.Garion finally comes into his own during this installment and his elders and the Prophecy actually help him He and Ce Nedra start communicating, instead of guessing what the other is thinking or feeling And even Hettar, the implacable horse lord, finds a mate and mellows a bit, although it takes an altercation for that to happen it kind of reminded me of Zane Grey s The Last Trail, where Lou Wetzel meets his match.Garion naturally approaches his prophesied mission with trepidation how does a mere mortal battle a god like Torak The answer is a bit slick, but believable in the world that Eddings has created There are still a couple of bad guys left, but that s for other series By the end of End Game, one has the feeling that the party is over the leftover food has been put away, the dishes have been washed, the floor swept and everything has been returned to its place Life is short and the number of books I want to read is huge, so I don t know that I will pursue anyof Eddings writing, but I did enjoy this series Book 192 of my Science Fiction Fantasy Reading Project


  2. C.E. Murphy C.E. Murphy says:

    Turns out ENCHANTERS END GAME has all kinds of POVs in it, mostly, in fact, of women Well, no, not mostly mostly it s Garion But every other POV is a female, because Eddings dips in around the West and visits the queens who are holding the thrones while their husbands are off fighting the big war Re reading as an adult, I found that interesting for two reasons one, it means every POV in the Belgariad that is not Garion s is female, which from the adult perspective is fairly awesome One Turns out ENCHANTERS END GAME has all kinds of POVs in it, mostly, in fact, of women Well, no, not mostly mostly it s Garion But every other POV is a female, because Eddings dips in around the West and visits the queens who are holding the thrones while their husbands are off fighting the big war Re reading as an adult, I found that interesting for two reasons one, it means every POV in the Belgariad that is not Garion s is female, which from the adult perspective is fairly awesome One wonders if that was his wife Leigh s whose name went on the much later Eddings books doing, or if well, honestly, it does simply make the most sense Ce Nedra s a fairly obvious viewpoint character, since she s the most important of them whose storyline doesn t follow the same physical path as Garion s, and the kings activities can be related through her gaze, since she s with them The queens, however, are entirely out of either Garion or Ce Nedra s line of sight, and they re doing important things, so bringing them in as viewpoint characters makes sense.Two, it means that Eddings presented a totally different series of points of view in the final book, which is, like, Not Allowed Readers have certain expectations, dammit You can t go around messing with them except apparently you can So that s kind of cool from a writer s POV, cause hey, look, perhaps one can get away with that kind of thing.I also realized on this re read that although my youthful perception was that this story was done, upon reflection it s clear Eddings never intended The Belgariad to be the whole story He always intended The Malloreon to follow it All the threads are in place, and while I, like many others, might object to the fact that he wrote the same story again and again, and again Eddings is an excellent demonstration of Robin McKinley s theory that perhaps at the heart of it we all only have one story to tell , there is the fact that he wrote that same story many times to huge success His books, and that story, with its faintly different trappings, were and are immensely popular There may be a lesson there, for those of us who do this for a living.Lastly, my reaction to the whole series is my goodness, those are straight forward books I d forgotten how much of them is about Collecting Each Token a character from each race , Visiting Each King, etc There s nothing really devious about any of it, though this is not meant as a slight I spent a little while imagining these books as written today, GRRM style, and while you could do itwell, you wouldn t have the Belgariad when you were done, and that would be a shame, because despite their flaws, these are still entertaining, delightful reads that I would not hesitate to recommend to any fantasy reader


  3. Kelly Kelly says:

    I will let my review of this book speak for all of the Eddings books that I have read, which include four series of books Belgariad, Mallorean, the Elenium and the Tamuli I discovered these books in the seventh grade, and as a testament to how much I loved them not only I, but all of my friends and I ripped through all four of these series over the course of six months to a year, sharing books and working out arrangements of who would buy the next one I remember sitting around in a circle a I will let my review of this book speak for all of the Eddings books that I have read, which include four series of books Belgariad, Mallorean, the Elenium and the Tamuli I discovered these books in the seventh grade, and as a testament to how much I loved them not only I, but all of my friends and I ripped through all four of these series over the course of six months to a year, sharing books and working out arrangements of who would buy the next one I remember sitting around in a circle after tests waiting for others to be done where someone would finish a book in the series, and simply reach over and take the next one from the girl next to her who had just finished that one and so on down the chain These were the books that got me into epic fantasy These are simplistic stories, and many of the characters are quite similiar I had my disillusionment with the author when he started to create a whole new series with characters whose names were simply changed and plots that weren t even trying to be disguised as different from these best sellers It is very good vs evil, with only a few shades of grey in between, and the characters are at most two dimensional It s quick and fun and enjoyable, and has no pretenses to being anything but a good story.But It is also witty and bright, and for a book series geared towards adolescents, does not simplify its writing style for them either in word choice or in some of the subjects that it deals with For at least these four series, Eddings seems endlessly inventive and comes up with good jokes to last out nearly twenty books Even the old ones that come back are usually funny as sort of an in joke for people who have read the rest of them.It is what it is, and it obviously doesn t hold up as well as it used to when I was 12 and very impressed with myself for understanding it all But I d still recommend it for some fun.Note The rating given is for the series over all However, The Elenium and Tamuli are a littlemature, and the characters are better, and those are both four star worthy series


  4. Valyssia Leigh Valyssia Leigh says:

    David Eddings constant harping on traditional gender roles finally ruined my enjoyment of this story Few of his female characters appear asthan amusing idiot children, a point belabored by piles of pejorative terms, pointless tantrums, fickle mood swings, manipulative girlish smiles, and so on The few bold moves of significance made by these women were marginalized under the heading she can get away with it because she s too ignorant to know any better One living women is powerful David Eddings constant harping on traditional gender roles finally ruined my enjoyment of this story Few of his female characters appear asthan amusing idiot children, a point belabored by piles of pejorative terms, pointless tantrums, fickle mood swings, manipulative girlish smiles, and so on The few bold moves of significance made by these women were marginalized under the heading she can get away with it because she s too ignorant to know any better One living women is powerful enough in magic to be exempt from these antiquated attitudes Lady Polgara view spoiler In the eleventh hour, she s ruined by the love of a good man One of Eddings god characters plainly states that unbalanced relationships do not work as the terms of the happy ending hat trick are being hammered out While there s some truth in that, there are examples all around of powerless women yielding to powerful men and finding some measure of happiness, mostly because the women in question have been reduced to the affore mentioned idiot children under Eddings pen So, Lady Polgara freely gives up her not insubstantial power for the life and love of a good man, who incidentally died a heroes death jumping on the Big Bad for the honor of his woman Funny, before this scene Polgara acted like this good man s love of her was sweet, but misguided Yet, in the end he behaves like a blockhead and her attitude suddenly changes She sees the great love she could have had and that gives her the strength to resist the will of an evil god, blah, blah, blah The god is vanquished in too short order by the plucky, chosen one, hero boy and let the deus ex machina begin It s really just all too tedious for words After much pomp, wheedling, fanegaling and circumstance, it s revealed that Lady Polgara is still the implacable sorceress she always was The changes were made to her revivified honey bear The good man is now the newest, coolest sorcerer on the block More rejoicing,stale stuff, and the chosen one, hero boy gets to impale his tiny little princess Women are just rewards hide spoiler


  5. Jane Jago Jane Jago says:

    All five reviewed.This is a grand story that rattles along at a good pace.I liked Garion and most of his chums The story The writing.I didn t like Polgara How sweet tempered Garion is.But all in all I d say read this quintet it s worth your time.


  6. Stephen Stephen says:

    3.5 stars Fairly satisfying ending the Belgariad Overall, this was an above average epic fantasy series gearedtowards the YA audience but still enjoyable for adults One final note I listened to the audiobook narrated by Cameron Beierle and he did an excellent job with the series.


  7. Olivia Olivia says:

    I, of course, didn t like everything about this book, like the fact that women are not equal to men except for perhaps Pol and the fact that there s quite a bit of deus ex machina at the end But I did find the entire series very entertaining, the tone uplifting, and the characters likeable.I had a good time reading these books and they feel a bit like a hot chocolate on a cold winter s day comforting.Recommended to all fantasy fans who want to read some of the Classics.


  8. Andreas Andreas says:

    This entire series has been the literary equivalent of sitting curled up in a cozy armchair, at Christmas, with a cup of hot chocolate in your hand I can see myself returning to this series over and over as the years go by.


  9. Susan Kennedy Susan Kennedy says:

    The fifth and final book in the Belgariad series is outstanding This book is full of adventure as Belgarath, Belgarion and Silk continue their journey to the final fateful meeting of prophecy Belgarion s princess has raised an army and that army draws attention away from what the others are doing It is full of adventure and danger and battles This is a great final book to this series It takes you to a good ending, while leaving you wantingAnd the Mallorean series is just waiting in t The fifth and final book in the Belgariad series is outstanding This book is full of adventure as Belgarath, Belgarion and Silk continue their journey to the final fateful meeting of prophecy Belgarion s princess has raised an army and that army draws attention away from what the others are doing It is full of adventure and danger and battles This is a great final book to this series It takes you to a good ending, while leaving you wantingAnd the Mallorean series is just waiting in the wings so you can continue the epic journeys of this magnificent group of characters.I just can t emphasize enough how much I love these characters David Eddings has a way of really exploring these characters and making you feel like you really know them Each character has a personality Each one is different and you can t help but love them all for their differences Character development is so important to me and these books definitely deliver.The story is itself is intriguing and full of adventure It is an epic adventure for sure and I love it This was one of my favorite series over 20 years ago when I first read it and it is still an amazing story and easily one of my favorites


  10. Narilka Narilka says:

    Reread 2020 I have come to the end of my reread It was highly satisfying and just what I needed during these stressful times I am going to miss Garion and friends Maybe I should pick up the Malloreon again soon Review from 2013 below Enchanters End Game is the final book of The Belgariad It s a satisfying ending to the series The book is fast paced and was a page turner for me All loose ends are tied up nicely The character banter in this book is in high form The co Reread 2020 I have come to the end of my reread It was highly satisfying and just what I needed during these stressful times I am going to miss Garion and friends Maybe I should pick up the Malloreon again soon Review from 2013 below Enchanters End Game is the final book of The Belgariad It s a satisfying ending to the series The book is fast paced and was a page turner for me All loose ends are tied up nicely The character banter in this book is in high form The conversations were so much fun to read Eddings let almost every character have fun with this, even some of the minor ones


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