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Is this the saddest book you've ever read or what?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Lisa Oct 23, 2009.

OMG, I just realized something
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Koji Watanabe Nov 10, 2015.

Holy ass crackers *spoilers probable*
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Fipe Naz-Mero, JK Apr 29, 2009.

 

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Koji Watanabe replied to Ati's discussion OMG, I just realized something
"Or the Hunter is an amalgamation of "The reaver" and Ezra. Durzo said Roygaris made himself into something new during the battle called the reaver. That he was the first one to even wound it and that its blood gave him permanent pockmarks…"
Nov 10, 2015
Ian Kneale replied to Ati's discussion OMG, I just realized something
"The Hunter was not Roygaris, he was Ezra, or rather, "Ezra's hubris". The Wolf is the rest of Ezra. The Wolf and the Hunter are linked and the Wolf must battle for control every day. The Hunter would have been unaffected by the…"
Aug 20, 2015
Steinar Ørstenvik replied to Ati's discussion OMG, I just realized something
"Also the hunter is a transformation of an old godking, Royagris Ursuul. He had the vir in him, right?! So when the vir was destroyed, what happened to the hunter??"
Mar 15, 2015
Steinar Ørstenvik replied to Ati's discussion OMG, I just realized something
"The hunter, a highly magical creature channeling all of its magic through curoch for a brief moment. Dorian was in touch with curoch with one hand, and in the other he held the staff of law. He just channeled the magic from the hunter and used it as…"
Mar 15, 2015
stm147 replied to Ati's discussion Is this the saddest book you've ever read or what?
"SPOILERS: You know, I felt especially bad for the innocent characters, like the Drake women. However, the message at the end seems to grasp at hope. The truly sad and tragic deaths are the ones that occur for no reason. The Drake women and…"
Oct 22, 2009
Alex Duchar replied to Ati's discussion Is this the saddest book you've ever read or what?
"oh and definatly thought the sadness in the book makes it a unique piece of work that pushes the boundaries and doesnt seek to conform and dares to go where few other authors do"
Oct 7, 2009
Alex Duchar replied to Ati's discussion Is this the saddest book you've ever read or what?
"i dont think i could say these books made me sad but i can safely say there were parts where i would shout "NOOO!" in the middle of class or on the train on the way to school and draw many random looks, there was many a time where i jumped…"
Oct 7, 2009
Ati replied to Ati's discussion Is this the saddest book you've ever read or what?
"I did have a hard time reading about rape after rape and murder after murder... it was a very dark, and I, as a woman (and someone heavily involved in women's issues, and someone who works frequently and knows several women who were raped) have…"
Oct 3, 2009
Kneph09 replied to Ati's discussion Is this the saddest book you've ever read or what?
"*SPOILERS* Yeah, I had a love-hate relationship with this series for most of the time I was reading it. I absolutely loved the first book, but the second got progressively darker and more cruel. Honestly, at first I thought just the sheer amount…"
Oct 3, 2009
Ati replied to Ati's discussion Is this the saddest book you've ever read or what?
"SPOILERS: I agree that most of the characters got to have happy endings. But I don't think there's anything bittersweet about having to end the life of your wife and unborn child. My husband and I have a bet going... Kushiel's…"
Sep 25, 2009
Milo replied to Ati's discussion Is this the saddest book you've ever read or what?
"*Spoilers----* I found the NA trilogy to be more bittersweet then overwhelmingly sad or anything. It's a sad outcome for Kylar, Elene, and to a lesser extent Dorian. However characters like Logan, Vi, Solon, Feir, and even Durzo all had decent…"
Sep 24, 2009
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Is this the saddest book you've ever read or what?

I've read a lot of sad books in my day. Goodkind, Haydon, Carey, but this tops them all. I have never cried so hard when a loss of my own had not taken place.Who's with me?See More
Sep 24, 2009
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Sep 24, 2009
Acaelus Thorne replied to Ati's discussion OMG, I just realized something
"Good question....lol never really thought about that......"
Sep 11, 2009
TroyM132 replied to Ati's discussion OMG, I just realized something
"Honestly it seemed like, I haven't read it in awhile so I dont have the exact terms, the creature that guards all those magical items is beyond anything else in the world. Otherwise, with all the power that Khali and the vur hold why…"
Sep 11, 2009
Kieran replied to Ati's discussion OMG, I just realized something
"I don't think that she drained anyone's glore vyrden the vir was destroyed as she died. Because the vir latches onto your talent when it was destroyed and so were the vurdmeisters. Dorian was able to escape though because he had ripped the…"
Sep 11, 2009

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At 10:07pm on April 8, 2009, Eli said…
hi :D

VOTE FOR THE WAY OF SHADOWS!

http://www.bookspotcentral.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=88&t=7488
 
 
 

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