Elminster's archenemy, the vampiric Lord Manshoon, thinks he has destroyed Elminster at last. But Elminster survives in the form of magical ash, and with the help of his scion, a fop who is growing into a true nobleman, and his longtime companion Storm, he still has a chance to counter Manshoon's insidious plots.
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Sage of Shadowdale 3 books in series. Elminster Must Die Summary. Elminster Returns! But his sworn archenemy, Manshoon, has plans as well: to conquer Cormyr and be the new Emperor, and hunt down the Sage's clones.
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I Alone Shall Conquer. A Citadel Become A Tomb. This Place Is Dangerous Enough. It takes massive amounts of patience and dedication to try to do the right thing when it seems like every single person around you is dead set on screwing themselves over and ignoring your advice. That is hard enough to do for ten minutes; Elminster appears to have been doing it for centuries.
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Having watched him get crapped on for the past several books, I was really looking forward to seeing him give in and get a little Dark Side on us, but I was left disappointed. Why should you read this book? This was still a great book, despite the fact that the rage made little more than a brief cameo. Elminster is an excellent character, and Greenwood writes him very well and very consistently a feat, considering he first appeared in print twenty-five years ago.
As a story, it was quite enjoyable. It is a little tough, as somebody who spent so much time in the main chronology of the Forgotten Realms, to keep track of everything happening now nearly years later in Realms time, but it was worth it. Elminster really is a character for the ages. At once serious and absurd, stoic and passionate, he struggles to do what he knows he should, even when nobody around him understands. Jul 03, Brian rated it liked it. This book was kind of a muddle, and it is only partially the authors fault.
Wizards of the Coast thrust the Spellplague onto the Forgotten Realms authors without their permission or voice, and this book mostly seems trying to hit the reset button on the changes that reboot forced on him. Elminister is as entertaining to read as always, but his descendant Arune and her paramour Arclath feel tacked onto the story like a after thought or dangling thread.
Mirt's storyline seems similarly pointless This book was kind of a muddle, and it is only partially the authors fault.
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Mirt's storyline seems similarly pointless he has never been a character I cared for though For those interested in the ongoing plot of Forgotten realms this book brings forth a lot of changes for Elminster and Cormyr both and sets up even more changes to come in the Sundering Series, and is worth reading for that no matter what. Also in case anyone has made it this far into the series without noticing Ed Greenwood is a dirty old pervert, and so is Elminster. He spends entirely too much time in the series describing the curves of the female characters and Elminster and Mirt have between them apparently slept with every female in Faerun at one time or another.
In summary: this book is only worthwhile if you are already caught up series and love Forgotten Realms lore. There are many better FR books. Sep 04, Jeffery Mace rated it it was amazing Shelves: forgotten-realms. Ed Greenwood writes an excited conclusion to the Sage of Shadowdale series.
The story picks up right were Bury Elminster Deep ended. The story continues with a focus on a Cormyrian prison holding traitorous nobles. Like the other books in the series, the narrative jumps a lot, from character to character, to seemingly random noble. This can sometimes make the narrative hard to follow, but Ed makes it work in the end as you see all the jumble begin to take shape in the second half of the book and Ed Greenwood writes an excited conclusion to the Sage of Shadowdale series.
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This can sometimes make the narrative hard to follow, but Ed makes it work in the end as you see all the jumble begin to take shape in the second half of the book and begin to realize how everything is connected. The ending is great fun, it bumped this from 4 to 5 stars. Elminster gets well.. Its a lot of fun, stick with the jumps, and you'll come to a conclusion that had me smiling as a reader, as a fan of Ed's, and definitely as a fan of the Realms.
There's a good story buried in here somewhere. Sad that you have to filter it out of all the nonsense. Smashing a keyboard to come up with names is simply lazy let's not get started on the huge cast of characters for such a small book. You can't pass off random letters as words just because it's a fantasy setting. Fake curse words are just that, fake.
Real curses are based in reality, they're not simply syllables that sound good together, they're based of societal taboos and animosity. Pray te There's a good story buried in here somewhere. Pray tell, where in the realms does "hrast", "tlarn", "farruck" that one at least is semi-acceptable , or "naed" come from?
Mar 16, Jim rated it liked it Shelves: fantasy. The first two books in this series didn't do too much for me. I felt Greenwood's penchant for a lot of background characters with weird names ran amok and detracted from the story a bit too much. Thankfully, he reined that tendency in a lot for this book, and it's much stronger for it. While there are a few asides with background characters, by the end of the story almost all of them have tied into the plot instead of The first two books in this series didn't do too much for me.
While there are a few asides with background characters, by the end of the story almost all of them have tied into the plot instead of distracting from it. And the ending is just explosive Lastly, it leaves the story in a good place for future installments. Hopefully there's more to come. This was quicker paced than some previous Elminster books, which I appreciated, while still having the characteristics you would associate with Greenwood's writing.
It wrapped up a lot of things from the trilogy of which it is a part, going from Cormyr in a state of civil war to a shaky detente. A lot more happens than in a normal book, and when I finished it, I was ready to read the next one, rather than wanting to take a break, which recommends it quite a bit. Sep 08, Tim rated it really liked it. Another solid tale by Ed Greenwood. I miss the days before the spell plague and to see an old school character show the new world whats what was fun to read. Jul 08, Justin rated it liked it.