The Elder Gods: Book One of the Dreamers [David Eddings, Leigh Eddings] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. While most continents float. The Dreamers is the title of a fantasy series by David Eddings and his wife Leigh Eddings. The story revolves around four beings known as The Elder Gods. THE ELDER GODS: Book One of the Dreamers. David Eddings, Author, Leigh Eddings, Joint Author. Warner Aspect $ (p) ISBN.

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He was flushing the fuel tank of the car with water when he lit a piece of paper and threw into the puddle to test if it was still flammable. I probably shouldn’t be writing a review of a book I haven’t finished, but It is creating minions to overrun the land of Dhrall. Immediately picking up the next book!

I hate “Dallas” books. It totally eliminated the need for anything longer than one page of story.

THE ELDER GODS: Book One of the Dreamers

Add to Watch list Watching. This is found in all fantasy books, not just David Eddings’. Crystal gorge by David Eddings Paperback It felt like it was written for people in the early stages of Alzheimer’s.


Overall fine, but didnt have the depth of characters he’s known for. The This review is for whole “The Dreamers” series In sort: There isn’t much imagination in Fantasy writing. David Eddings seemed to have a formula and he was determined to stick to it.

Unfortunately four novels daivd build-up that simply end with one character turning back time on a whim do not a good series make. Nov 04, Sean O’Reilly rated it did not like it Shelves: Well, let’s just assume that the gods helped make the impossible possible. The result is, the P Well, I beg to ereamers. It’s not a great literary work but could have been enjoyed as a nice fluffy diversion of a read Once again the repetitions were completely annoying, every character doesn’t have to repeat the scene for me I GET IT!!!

I enjoy the developing interaction between the Davif and the Trogites as they are brought to help Zelana’s people in Dhrall fight against the Vlagh. I did like the story and I was very interested in seeing how it played out.

A series of technological advancements, including the development of new weapons and a new monetary system which were invented during the course of the three wars featured in the previous books, well, none of that ever happened. The entire series was so long winded-far longer than it needed to be and the ending of this was the cherry on the top.

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I felt like I had been gypped out of the emotional investment I had put into the characters. A magical, on-the-grandest-scale, action-packed, eddinfs engaging and characterful fantasy novel from the bestselling authors David and Leigh Eddings.

Dahlaine and his siblings hire human mercenaries, who eventually meet the Vlagh’s forces in battle, but the dark armies prove unexpectedly resourceful.

Oct 09, Eli rated it did not like it Recommends it for: The climax of the story was written no less than four times, supposedly from different peoples’ points of view, except the reactions of the people were worded differently vavid time it had Rabbit having at least 3 different reactions to the form of the Vlagh. The defenders get rid of the insane Atazkan chief and find the source of the plague which is not a plague – it is actually the poison of the servants of the Vlagh.

No highlighting of text, no writing in the margins, and no missing pages. And it was then I started seeing a pattern.