Wizardborn (Runelords Series #3)

Wizardborn (Runelords Series #3)

by David Farland
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Wizardborn 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Gaborn leads his forces in an attempt to cleanse his nation from the odious Reavers. However, the horde retreats heading back to its underground lair. Reluctantly, Gaborn knows he must follow if he is to ever end the Reavers threat to his by finding the proper path. Dreams of world conquest are long over. At about the same time that Gaborn chases the retreating enemy, the powerful Raj Ahtan realizes that the Reavers threaten his kingdom. However, he deals with a smarter breed that has learned how to more effectively and efficiently fights the humans.

Averan, a warden, becomes an apprentice, but her ability to eat Reaver brains becomes more important to humanity. She is able to understand what the Reavers intent is in a collective way and that may enable the fight to finally go underground to the lair of the Reavers.

WIZARDBORN, Book Three of the Runelords, is an exciting fantasy adventure that is quite different from the two previous novels as action takes a back seat to understanding of the principla characters. The story line overall is fast-paced, but at times slows down to provide more insight into the key cast members especially Raj. For those who read the first novel (see THE RUNELORDS) this is a bit of a disappointment, as Raj seems more human and less like a killing machine in a sort of evolution similar to Darth Vader from universal villain into a sacrificing father. Still, David Farland has written an entertaining tale that his fans will enjoy once they adjust to something that is a bit different.

Harriet Klausner

Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read this series 4 times now and it is just as entertaining now as it was when I first read it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've read some good books and some realy bad ones, but I must say I LOVE THIS SERIES!!! I give a toast to the screwed up emagination of David Farland. Thats a good thing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
David Farland has placed his mark up among the top of the list of Authors I've read. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and can't wait for 'The Lair of Bones' to be released.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The book is a worth the time reading. It has a varying story line, but the end leaves you thirsting for another book. The only thing that I dislike is how the main bad guy from the first book is a candie a$$ in this one. The storyline however is very entertaining and fun.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The characters are so flat and two dimensional, that i fnd myself screaming at the characters for the idiotic decisions thry make in order to stay consistent with their protrayed archetype. After reading the first two, i will concede that the series thus far has a Great plot, fast paced action, and amazing battle scenes. Itd be an amazing series if there was ANY character development at all.
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