Echoes of the Fourth Magic (Chronicles of Ynis Aielle #1)

Echoes of the Fourth Magic (Chronicles of Ynis Aielle #1)

by R. A. Salvatore
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Echoes of the Fourth Magic (Chronicles of Ynis Aielle #1) 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
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Brad Bostick More than 1 year ago
enjoyed the change of pace. looking foward to the next book
Jimmy Winkle More than 1 year ago
I'm an avid Drizzt fan. This book is a very good trip to a different place and time
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I just read this and, being a big Salvatore fan, expected it to be a really good book. That was NOT the case. Although the storyline was very interesting, I was a little bored during the first 50 pages or so and I didn't like the ending very much at all. BUT, it is the first book in a trilogy and I haven't read the last two books yet so maybe there is a reason the first book ended the way it did. Although I didn't like it THAT much, I would suggest that you read it because knowing Salvatore he'll really bring it home in the final two books.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i like this book because it has part of the book sci fi and part of it fantesy my favorite thing to look fo r in a new book.it is also good because it has trechery,magic,swords,gun and lots of other stuff. Anyone who like sci fi and fantesy must get this bok
Guest More than 1 year ago
I read alot of his works and I must say this wasn't an overly bad book. His rep. is well known between me and my friends, and we all agree, he must have hit a writers block or something. I'm not saying I'm disapointed or anything, just he has had better books!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The story concentrates mostly on the character Del. The story still tells a lot about the other characters too. I think the story started poorly but got more interesting in the middle and just bad at the end. The thing I think the author did best at was the magic scenes. He describes the spells well enough to have a clear picture in your head on what it looks like. In all I'ts an average book
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The Unicorn was an undersea discovery sub in which any nation in the world could help fund. Those nations that did got to share all the new discoveries from the vessel. However, while a huge storm ravaged above the sea, the sub was sucked into a black void. Most of the crew died. The few who lived emerged to find themselves far into the future. ........... Captain Mitchell, Reinheiser, Doc Brady, Billy Shank, and Jeffry DelGiudice 'Del' found themselves to be the ancient ones who were prophesied to come and change the world. ............ The race of Man had destroyed themselves. Four humans were chosen by a being to become wizards to help the world in its change. Brielle, the Emerald Witch of the Woods. Ardaz, the Silver Mage. Istaahl, the White Mage. Thalasi, the Black Warlock. The world now consisted of elves, known as Moon Dancers, and misshapen lizard beasts known as Talons. ......... The Ancient Ones, battling amongst themselves, joined the new races to help battle the Black Warlock and his gruesome Talons before all good and the entire race of Moon Dancers were destroyed forever! ........ **** I found the beginning to be very slow. But after the first few chapters, the story picked up and held onto me. I understand it to be the first of a trilogy or series, but I am not sure. Salvatore fans will NOT be disappointed. However, expect a Sci-Fi, instead of a Fantasy, for the beginning to set up the plot.
Guest More than 1 year ago
much happier with earlier forgotten realms stuff.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Seems plausible on the cover, but it certainly is not! It is rather disappoining work from an author with antherwise impressive repitoire. OK, but I expected more . Hardly worth a read.