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  • Author: David Gemmell Maria Georgina Segurado
  • ISBN: 9789722331906
  • Page: 348
  • Format: Paperback
  • Lobo Branco Com esta grandiosa epopeia apresentado ao p blico portugu s um autor de grande notoriedade internacional que tem vindo a afirmar se como um verdadeiro autor de culto e considerado como fonte revigor
    Com esta grandiosa epopeia, apresentado ao p blico portugu s um autor de grande notoriedade internacional, que tem vindo a afirmar se como um verdadeiro autor de culto e considerado como fonte revigoradora do g nero fant stico Os mundos que cria s o violentos e intensos Neste livro, Gemmell apresenta um novo her i de grande plano, Skilgannon, o Maldito, que foi sucesCom esta grandiosa epopeia, apresentado ao p blico portugu s um autor de grande notoriedade internacional, que tem vindo a afirmar se como um verdadeiro autor de culto e considerado como fonte revigoradora do g nero fant stico Os mundos que cria s o violentos e intensos Neste livro, Gemmell apresenta um novo her i de grande plano, Skilgannon, o Maldito, que foi sucessivamente um temido e prestigiado guerreiro, profundamente ligado a duas figuras femininas por la os de amor e de paix o, depois monge, e por fim um homem solit rio atormentado e dividido Este romance conta a sua busca de um misterioso templo, num territ rio habitado por criaturas demon acas, onde se cr que uma deusa sem idade capaz de trazer os mortos vida.

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    About David Gemmell Maria Georgina Segurado


    1. David Andrew Gemmell was a bestselling British author of heroic fantasy A former journalist and newspaper editor, Gemmell had his first work of fiction published in 1984 He went on to write over thirty novels Best known for his debut, Legend, Gemmell s works display violence, yet also explores themes in honour, loyalty and redemption With over one million copies sold, his work continues to sell worldwide.


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    1. This master of heroic fantasy is actually changing my perspective in many aspects of my life. Seriously

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    2. This book tells the story of Skilgannon as he tries to resurrect the woman who loves him, the woman he loves tries to kill him, all the while he sleeps around with the woman who hates him, just because he can. Oh, and there are whores lots of them.This is the first Gemmell book I read, and damn it was boring. If it wasn't for the fact that I read this together with my fiancé, I may have given up on it. The writing itself is quite good, but the way the story was told really didn't work for me. M [...]

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    3. Nessuna fuga da Persepolis La violenza come atto d'amore e l'amore come atto di violenza.Niente è peggio del tentativo di conciliare il proprio egoismo con una responsabilità morale sempre più ingombrante e scomoda; forse lo stesso esercizio della giustificazione diventa più autodistruttivo del gesto che macchia la propria reputazione.Il perdono è la via più lunga, scomoda e dolorosa; ma concedere una seconda possibilità è, forse, l'unico percorso possibile per cambiare.Senza voler risul [...]

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    4. White Wolf (The Drenai Saga, #10), David Gemmell

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    5. Amongst the action, and the depth of characters in Gemmells' work, there are underlying themes. There is the moral theme; showing that people are not wholly good or bad, and the strength it takes to stand by your beliefs, and your comrades. There's also the theme of redemption; can someone who has committed vile acts ever make up for what they have done? And, more importantly, will it stop them from trying. Skilgannon, named The Damned for the atrocities committed by his men when he was their ge [...]

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    6. White Wolf was a book I struggled with for some time. It started out with the introduction of Skilgannon the Damned who looked to be another very interesting and well written David Gemmell character, but then I felt like it got bogged down in for almost a third of the book with very little progress in the overall plot and characters who just didn't encourage me to keep reading. Getting over that bump in the road was well worth it though, with the introduction of Druss into the story along with s [...]

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    7. Writing 4/5Imagination 3.5/5Plot 4/5Setting 3.5/5Characters 4/5Grimdark 5/5My Overall Enjoyment 5/5Once again, I would like to sing the praises of David Gemmell. This book, the tenth in his Drenai series, is possibly my favorite or at least tied with 2 others in the series,Waylander and [book:Legend|618177. The main character, Skilgannon, is a young priest and former general on the run from the Witch Queen. He is responsible for horrible atrocities in the past in the name of the Witch Queen, who [...]

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    8. Complex interwoven doppelganger tales of Druss and Skilgannon get a little confusing at times, but this is another fun read. Skilgannon the Damned is a great new character. As always, the relationships that Gemmell creates between characters makes this a standout read.

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    9. Not my favorite Drenai novel so far

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    10. 8/10In White Wolf, the first book featuring Skilgannon the Damned, Gemmell marks a big change in the Drenai saga, as he takes us 5 years after The First Chronicles of Druss the Legend in a darker story full with wars, love, machinations and lots of betrayals. For many years Skilgannon fought in wars to save the one he loved most, bringing death and destruction to her enemies. For many years he was a renowned General in Naashan, until the Witch Queen betrayed him and all that was left behind was [...]

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    11. Skilgannon is perhaps the least flawed of David Gemmel's Heroes. He is corrupted by those around him, and guilty about serving evil men. But he is smart, capable, charismatic, respectable, and able to fit in with nobles and kings. He isn't responsible for any of his flaws, they were all inflicted on him by outside forces. The plotting of this book is as good as any of the other Drenai Tales. In some ways it closes the gap of some of the mythology hinted at throughout the series. But, Skilgannon [...]

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    12. Two of the greatest heroes in fantasy fiction come together in a story bold enough to contain both characters a masterpiece from the master.

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    13. I thought the previously chronological book in the Drenai saga (The legend of Deathwalker) was the best in the seriesI was wrong.Hard to review this one without spoiling it, so I'll only say that you'll recognize some old characters in this book. It introduces a new main character though, Olek Skilgannon from Naashan, but just like it happened with Druss in previous books, it feels like there is no main characteraracters just take turns in the spotlight.The dialogue between the warrior character [...]

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    14. Readers of previous Drenai tales will love this entry, for it takes characters and history from each novel and creates an "best-of" story. It features a party like no other, each member drawing on strands from previous novels, even though this is a standalone entry in to the Drenai mythos (another Damned novel follows). At first the introduction of Druss to the party feels like a cash-cow approach, but Gemmell utilised Druss to draw out the complexity of his new character, Skilgannon, a renegade [...]

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    15. I'm reading the Drenai series in chronological order. The maturing in this novel really stands out from some of the others that preceded it. The cast is bigger than some of the other novels and the horror of humanity is more pronounced. Many of the important characters from earlier periods make some appearance, but there are new and special ones as well. The complexity of the relationships is more developed and creates greater tension than some of the other novels. However, at its core it is ano [...]

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    16. A nice read what to say. Waylander's and Druss's stories became intertwined in one more way. What was good that finally appeared map. It is what I missed so much in all previous books since it's not easy to picture geography just by imagination for me. Though I must admit I haven't studied it properly yet. This one wasn't as sad as some for me which is rather good :) Looking forward to finally finish the series. A year is definitely too much for one series, I need some other authors or perhaps g [...]

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    17. Skilgannon est un homme hanté par son passé. Lui, l'un des plus puissants guerriers est aussi celui qui a la tête d'armées a perpétré le massacre de civils dans la soif de conquêtes de sa Reine. Mais même maintenant alors qu'il est devenu prêtre, le passé se rappelle à lui. Il n'a alors d'autre choix que de d'assumer ce qu'il est.Dans ce livre on retrouve avec plaisir une certaine Légende et on suit cette quête vers la rédemption avec plaisir. Du tout beau Gemmel.

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    18. Druss is one of my favorite characters so it was great to see him again.Skilgannon the Damned was really great, except when it came to the 2 women in his past. One is the love of his life, but she doesn't love him enough, she loves power more. The other is his wife, who knows she is playing 2nd best. Those parts of the book really irritated me. But Skilgannon is badass and awesome with swords. Great book, but you'll be lost if you haven't read this series in order.

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    19. Terrific book for even non-fans of historical/fantasy fiction. Druss is surely one of the best print heroes created while Skilgannon joins him to create a terrific cast of heroes. Druss is visibly creaking, but still hurtles into action with alacrity, supported by the whirling blades of Skilgannon. Interesting supporting cast, and builds up to the crescendo of the final chronological book, Legend.

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    20. I became a Druss fan with this book but it Olek that captured my attention. And it was also this book that got me into David Gammell books. There is a slightly feeling the book is on a run, specially towards the end, but I still love it nevertheless!

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    21. This would be a good one to read before reading "The Swords of Night and Day." It's also very good.

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    22. Yet another Gemmell hero, Skilgannon. Brooding, haunted, more dangerous than any man alive, etc. Nothing terribly original, but a nice addition to the Drenai saga. Once again, good for those that like sword and sorcery with an emphasis on the sword.

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    23. Not one, but two of Gemmell's greatest warriors in one book. Unforgettable adventure

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    24. As one expects from David Gemmell - this is stonking good, heroic fantasy.To be honest, this could be a review for any of his books - strong, three-dimensional characters and all-action storylines. Through it all he weaves themes of good vs evil (and all of the grey areas in between), guilt and redemption, courage and cowardice.Where this book slightly slips (in my opinion) is that it has a feel of Gemmell's greatest hits about it. Skilgannon is a worthy and suitably guilt-ridden hero, but he's [...]

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    25. Druss returns in Book 10 somewhere within the Drenai Tales before Book 1. He pairs with Skilgannon the Damned in another heroic quest. Why only 4 stars you ask? Druss the Legend appears on page 116. Page 116! Far too long before we get some Druss action. I really liked the way Gemmell ended this book with some glimpse into past novels (but future in terms of Drenai timeline). The cast of heroes was well done. Could have done without the joinings.

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    26. There was a lot of back story, maybe half the book, which whilst it didn't spoil it, did get a bit annoying. The writing was okay, sometimes a little stiff, but the overall story was engaging and easy to read. I had no idea this book was part of a series, so it seemed to work as a stand alone book for me. (excepting the fact there follows another Skilgannon book set 1000 years later)

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    27. Hmm, a better ending for Skilgannon that I'd expected.

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    28. 3.5 - felt like it all of a sudden ended and tried to the up everything in under 40 pages.

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    29. The audio version was a gem

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