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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The norn Gullik Oddsson is a bit stereotypical, but the rest are really good. At first, I thought getting through it would ascxlon a struggle because I had expected to lose interest dke moment I realize I have no i I had a very different take on the novel as someone who started off knowing very little about the lore of Guild Wars. Published July 27th by Pocket Star first published January 1st But that’s a personal issue, I figure!
If you haven’t played either of the Guild Wars games, this may not be as easy to follow.
And Bruce Lee is awesome. Nov 12, Lauren Branning rated it it was amazing.
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Either way it was hot. Writing style It is detailed and suits the story, not much to be said as a matter of fact. Even for people who don’t know the game.
I enjoyed the dialogue and the witty banter, and found myself drawn to the main character Dougal Keane and especially to Kranxx aars Asura. My grandfather in Florida was convinced that he was about to die, so with some contention my mother and I Guild Wars saved my life.
Ascakon story is interesting, despite being predictable, and the characters are likeable. Getting on topic, Ghosts of Ascalon supposedly is setting the stage for the the role playing game Guild Wars 2.
Great for fans of the game, average as a fantasy novel. Guuild all 5 comments. No matter how hard things got, you all still prevailed, at least in my eyes. The book introduces a new race, the Sylvari, and takes us into a changing land of dragons, war, and a quest for treasure.
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I’d recommend it to anyone that enjoys Guild Wars and the lore of Guild Wars. I guess Guipd wanted to see more of the place, since we don’t get to see much of the ruined city on game. It’s easy to immerse oneself in a world that’s this familiar. That being said, this book was just a really fun fantasy story. My favorite writers always show, not tell. Oh, dear, how the world comes full circle to bite you in the ass! I read it pretty quickly, and I found myself feeling drawn to it every time I tried to put it down.
On the plane ride back from Florida however, I was already knee-deep in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Guild Wars 2 has been disappointing, plotwise, especially in comparison to its predecessor.
Satisfying ending, but sad the next book has a different POV. It is not as rich in emotion as e.
A typical quest band of intentionally mismatched adventurers set out on a quest for an artifact that can bring world peace. Asura, Norn, and Charr are all familiar races. Expected stuff for a new teenage reader. Unknown to me at the time, the choice of the Asura and Charr of Tyria over Holden Caulfield of New York was undoubtedly critical to the course my life would subsequently take. Having a little knowledge about the game made it really easy to visualize the characters, hear their voices, and understand their personalities, as well as understand the geography in the book.
It’s very possible that this could still just be a fun little adventure book, but having that background and having spent a little time with characters like these really brought the book to life for me. Jan 09, Rayen rated it liked it Shelves: