Book Reviews of King of the Murgos (Malloreon, Bk 2)

King of the Murgos (Malloreon, Bk 2)
King of the Murgos - Malloreon, Bk 2
Author: David Eddings
ISBN-13: 9780345358806
ISBN-10: 0345358805
Publication Date: 2/13/1989
Pages: 416
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 239 ratings
Publisher: Del Rey
Book Type: Paperback
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Book 2 of the Malloreon
Read The Belgariad first or you will be confused!
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This is book two of Edding's Malloreon series. This is a must read for fantasy fans.
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Continuing on of the Mallorean books....a very good fantasy.
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It is a bit like the first series, but I kept reading it. I enjoyed it and hope to find the rest.
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As the words of the Prophecy lead the Rivan King Garion and his companions across the lands of the Snake-Queen and the once hostile Murgos, the malignant Zandramaskidnapper of Garion's sonpursues another Prophecy which, if fulfilled, will lead to the triumph of Darkness. Eddings continues to provide solid fantasy entertainment featuring engaging characters and warm, wry humor in this sequel to Guardians of the West.
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A very good book!
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Continuation of THE MALLOREON---THE BEGINNING OF THE QUEST
The infant son of Garion and CeNedra had been kidnapped. Now they began the quest to rescue the child, with the immortal Belgarath the Sorcerer, his daughter Polgara the Sorceress, and the little Drasnian, Silk.
Why was the child kidnapped? To serve as a sacrifice in a Dark Rite so that evil would triumph over good and hold sway forever after.
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This is a very good series. It is one of the only series that held my attention long enough to finish it.
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BOOK TWO OF THE MALLOREON. "Here David Eddings' bestselling THE MALLOREON continues as the epic quest begins, across new lands and amonG strange peoples. A magnificent fantasy of men, Kings, Sorcerers, and Gods caught up in a death struggle between two ancient, warring Destinies--the culmination of a seven-thousand-year war of Good and Evil." FIRST PAPERBACK EDITION
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love Eddings
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This is Book Two of the Malloreon.
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excellent series
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This is the second in a series and Eddings keeps the action moving. Evil minions have captured the King's infant son in order to perorm some unspeakable sacrifice, and to rescue him, the heroes travel south to the land of the Murgos, a race that they have perpetually clashed with. However, the Murgo King turns out to be a surprise, which adds a nice twist to the plot. The characters are a bit cartoonish, but in a fantasy like this, who cares? The story is fun, entertaining, and full of twists and turns. Highly recommend the whole series.
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I am enjoying this series. I don't know why I never read them before.
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Book two of the second series. Already read the first series? This sort of retells that. Still, not a bad read, if you're getting it free.