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[[ Download E-pub ]] ì Bane of Malekith é The Tyrion Teclis high elf trilogy reaches its conclusionTyrion unparalleled swordsman and tactician Teclis greatest natural sorcerer of the age Together these twins are the greatest high elf to walk the earth As the dark elves of Naggaroth and their daemonic allies sweep across Ulthuan, it falls to Tyrion and Teclis to protect their homeland In the forests of Avelorn, Tyrion and the Everqueen are on the run, desperately trying to evade their druchii pursuers Teclis rushes to his brother s aid, and both twins prepare to embrace their destiny as the forces of the high elves face their foes on Finuval Plain Solid four starts William King has written a very good fantasy novel with fascinating characters ahd sharp, extremely witty dialogue It was a bit formulaic, though and to be honest, I was a little bit disappointed that it was not as gory and violent like the Defenders of Ulthuan duology by Graham McNeil, so I dock one star from the final rating However precilesy because of the lack of ultra violence, I think that this trilogy is the perfect place for a newbie to start in the world of Warhamme Solid four starts William King has written a very good fantasy novel with fascinating characters ahd sharp, extremely witty dialogue It was a bit formulaic, though and to be honest, I was a little bit disappointed that it was not as gory and violent like the Defenders of Ulthuan duology by Graham McNeil, so I dock one star from the final rating However precilesy because of the lack of ultra violence, I think that this trilogy is the perfect place for a newbie to start in the world of Warhammer Fantasy Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths.Gritty, bloody, exciting, and insightful, Bane of Malekith wraps up the ongoing saga of Tyrion and Teclis, bringing not only our heroes personal struggles to a conclusion but also the raging war between the High Elves and the Druuchi William King ending the trilogy on a high note of sword and sorcery adventure at its best.War rages across the continent of Ulthuan High Elves and Druchii locked in a struggle to the death Tyrion finds himself fleeing blindly th Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths.Gritty, bloody, exciting, and insightful, Bane of Malekith wraps up the ongoing saga of Tyrion and Teclis, bringing not only our heroes personal struggles to a conclusion but also the raging war between the High Elves and the Druuchi William King ending the trilogy on a high note of sword and sorcery adventure at its best.War rages across the continent of Ulthuan High Elves and Druchii locked in a struggle to the death Tyrion finds himself fleeing blindly through the wilderness of Avelorn at the side of the young, inexperienced Everqueen, while enemy forces close in around them Meanwhile, within the magical halls of the Tower of Hoeth, Teclis discovers an unexpected ally, as well as uncovering unlooked for powers, as he sets out to rescue his twin, no matter the cost Each of these scions of Aenarion playing an unknowing role in a grand game of strategy between a god and the undying spirit of a legendary High Elf.Continuing with the now familiar pattern of its predecessors, Bane is driven forward at dizzying speeds by its frantic action and selective introspection of the point of view characters What sets it apart from most action adventure tales, however, is the latter element Whether it is Tyrion discovering what matters most to him, Teclis recognizing and acknowledging the darkness within, or Malekith balancing both madness and long lost nobility, everyone in this tale deals with issues of personal consequences These episodes of deep contemplation actually mattering to who and what these legendary people are and will be going forward And this deft writing by William King truly transforms Bane from merely an exciting Warhammer story into something muchmeaningful.But nothing is perfect, and Bane of Malekith has its problems The most significant of which is a seemingly endless pursuit of Tyrion and the Everqueen through the woods of Avelorn, where the struggles of these two quickly turns from gripping to fairly repetitive This plot line just too long Much of it able to be jettisoned without the absence harming the overall plot in any way.The other issue for me was the lackluster battle at the end This climactic clash between our title characters and their legendary kin Malekith, the immortal Witch King of Naggaroth, did not getting the attention it deserved in my humble opinion Certainly, there was a battle and some dramatic scenes, yet it did not live up to what I was expecting.Having gone into my read of the Tyrion Teclis trilogy with little Warhammer knowledge except for Time of Legends The Sundering , this was my introduction to the legendary twins of Ulthuan, and I finished the trilogy with a craving forWilliam King having succeeded in fanning the flames of my Warhammer fandom to greater heights, as well as turning me into an admirer of his writing Looks like a rousing success any way you look at it This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here And so we reach the conclusion of the journey Tyrion and Teclis have undertaken in the Warhammer Universe I think this one was stronger than book 2 but not quite as good as book 1, it was still very much a solid read though I yet again had to purchase this one on my IPAD due to the extortionate price of paper copies, at least I was able to read it though.The Witch King Malekith has launched a surprise attack against the Everqueen Alarielle and her forces with the help of the Greater Daemon of And so we reach the conclusion of the journey Tyrion and Teclis have undertaken in the Warhammer Universe I think this one was stronger than book 2 but not quite as good as book 1, it was still very much a solid read though I yet again had to purchase this one on my IPAD due to the extortionate price of paper copies, at least I was able to read it though.The Witch King Malekith has launched a surprise attack against the Everqueen Alarielle and her forces with the help of the Greater Daemon of Chaos N Kari, but through the courage of Tyrion, she has temporarily escaped harm In the meantime, Teclis rushes to their aid.Book 3 had a somewhat darker tone that the previous books and the protagonists fates were very much in the balance throughout the novel against the forces of Malekith, particularly in Tyrion s case I think both brothers have grown considerably since we were first introduced to them in book 1, and both have come into their own during course of the novel although with Tyrion it took significantly longer than I would have liked.As before the chapters are relatively short, which made the novel easier to read for me One the main highlights in book 3 were the fight sequences which were done so well, particularly in the penultimate chapter, I don t think I have read a duel like that for some time I was slightly disappointed by the final chapter, however.Bane of Malekith deserves 4 stars since I felt the ending could have been written slightly better considering the build up to it A shame there appear to appear to be nonovels heavily featuring the twins because I really enjoyed my journey with them Next for me in the Warhammer universe will be the Time of Legends series This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here It progressed much better than the second book There were so much action, magic and gore happening throughout the book Much in my favour of excitement on every page turns.All I have awaited was the final battle between the descendants of Aenarion I waited for the moment Tyrion and Teclis confronting Malekith in battle Yet, battle was overly abrupt The ending was perhaps the biggest disappointment of this whole book I gave so much hope and credit to the final part of trilogy only to be disa It progressed much better than the second book There were so much action, magic and gore happening throughout the book Much in my favour of excitement on every page turns.All I have awaited was the final battle between the descendants of Aenarion I waited for the moment Tyrion and Teclis confronting Malekith in battle Yet, battle was overly abrupt The ending was perhaps the biggest disappointment of this whole book I gave so much hope and credit to the final part of trilogy only to be disappointed by the abrupt battle The battle ended in within 1 page of narration If it were real action scene, it probably take 5 minutes to watch the final battle took place I gave credit to how the story progressed towards Teclis As he unleashed magical strength from within, he fought his own battle within his soul I loved the fact that he had to question his conscience, fearing he may turn to the dark side I loved the chemistry between Arialle and Tyrion, although it was short lived, asfocused were put on final battle that ended in split second.Overall, I would still give a mediocre rating, all was the result of lackluster ending that providedquestions than answer