The Elder Gods: Book One of the Dreamers [David Eddings, Leigh Eddings] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. While most continents float. The Dreamers is the title of a fantasy series by David Eddings and his wife Leigh Eddings. The story revolves around four beings known as The Elder Gods. THE ELDER GODS: Book One of the Dreamers. David Eddings, Author, Leigh Eddings, Joint Author. Warner Aspect $ (p) ISBN.

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Perhaps the worst book I ever read. Immediate payment required for this item. Then they did it. Refresh and try again. The repeats are from t The Dreamers This is for all four books in the ‘Dreamers’ series. This amount is subject to change until you make payment.

The Elder Gods

People who viewed this item also viewed. It’s clever, the characters are on full display, and plot points happen every chapter. Give us our gold back! But the final ending is too full of WTFery to believe.

But Dalhaine felt that they would be of help during the upcoming war against the Vlagh.

The Dreamers Series in Order – David Eddings; Leigh Eddings – FictionDB

Of course there are mysterious objects and fantastical journeys. I’m sorry, is the characterization here so bad that we readers must be reminded every chapter who the good guys and the bad guys are? But they begin to break though the mental barrier, starting with Balacenia, and realise who they are, but decide to keep it a secret. Learn more – opens in a new window or tab. She’s the victim of her own retro-active characterisation.

I am so disappointed and I can’t stand when that happens.

This review may contain spoilers. For me there were a lot of things left unexplained. First of all, it uses very formal and maybe old type of English that can’t read it fast. But no, these wars are just a big party for everyone involved except for the Vlagh.


A bit predictable, yet still shocking. Without regard to the fact that they unravelled everything else they built, the Eddings provided edding trite package of sweet, complete with a gooey bow. Find out more about your rights as a buyer – opens in a new window or tab and exceptions – opens in a new window or tab.

Afterwards, the defenders fortify Crystal Gorge, with the dreakers of the Malavi, the Trogites, and the Maags, the defenders fight back the minions of the Vlagh. Where was the quality control? It told the same event from every character’s point of view. Having been forewarned by our store owners and the manager that he would probably stop by and that he was a reserved man during his visits I curbed my excitement, helped him, and quietly told him that I had not read any of his fiction or joint works, but that I was a huge fan of his fantasy writing that I had read.

Poor old Aracia gets a really dreamerrs deal in The Younger Gods. Email to friends Share on Facebook – opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter – opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest – opens in a new window or tab Add to Watch list. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Only die-hard fans of the bestselling Eddings duo The Belgariad series will enjoy this slow-moving, low-tension epic fantasy, the first in a projected four-book series. But then those three proceed to do absolutely eddijgs.

It makes no sense that a god that can create things with thier mind or ride a lightning bolt would need humans to fight an army. But one ray of hope shines through the darkness: And by killing Lillabeth, Enalla will be prevented from ever taking Aracia’s place again. He takes the native archers Longbow and Red-Beard as well as Zelana with her child Eleria to Maag in search of more crews. I know he got to introduced a new universe, but my main complaint is that he repeats the same element too many tim 20 years ago, David Eddings was one of my favorite author with the Belgariad series, I still have all the books.


Apr 16, Scott rated it liked it Shelves: The Vlagh, as it is called, is a wellspring of evil, continually birthing nightmarish insectoid monstrosities to make up her army. Immediately picking up the next book! I felt that book one build up my hope and every book hammered at me, destroying that hope for a good series that wasn’t retelling the same story, as the other series seemed to do.

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I guess that this series is not suitable for really anyone, and especially not any Eddings fans. However, shortly after they arrive on Dhrall, a supernatural being later revealed to be Omago’s wife, Ara bewitches the Amarite force into believing that the Wasteland of the Vlagh is covered in gold dust. It killed my joy in the rest of the series.

The Younger Gods

Representative APR variable According to the front cover – “Nobody writes modern fantasy like Eddings” Well thank heavens for small mercies say I! I find it hard to believe Eddings is touted as a great Fantasy Master. I found that it was very easy to read.

Dec 06, Claire rated it did not like it Shelves: Sep 12, Peter rated it it was ok. Any that weren’t exactly like that seemed to be the “weird” characters that davud else in the group dreames understood. Yes, there is very clearly an Eddings “formula” for developing his story arcs.