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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Whenever the mortals meet a dead end, the gods would walk in and break the wall. The majority of pages are undamaged with some creasing or tearing, and pencil underlining of text, but this is minimal.

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View Full Version of PW. I’m a huge fan of Eddimgs work and of the man himself. A sad ending to a career whose works I regularly enjoyed on long coach trips. Views Read Edit View history. He later switched to writing epic fantasy, a field in which he achieved great success. It was the same story just in a different location. I guess that this series is not suitable for really anyone, and especially not any Savid fans.

The Younger Gods

They are simply too good to be true. What’s the point of introducing us to all those wonderful characters, building up all those friendships and relationships and then making it all not happen at the wave of a hand? The outlanders evacuated as two volcanoes of massive power eradicated the Vlagh’s creatures by filling up the tunnels and burrows with molten rock. This was an unpretentious, fun fantasy. I found that it was very easy to read.

What I didn’t like was that all of these characters from different backgrounds and different parts of the world seemed to have the exact same personality, manner of speaking, and sense of humor. There were several other things that kind of ruined these books for me as well.


Jan 20, JoJo rated it it was ok. Jul 23, Sarah-Jayne Briggs rated it really liked it. The Trogite Empire lies south of Dhrall, and its inhabitants are slightly more civilized than those of Maag.

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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. Sreamers you choose to ignore Omago from page one, get ready for a surprise.

I saw this on the sale shelf at my local library and decided to give him another esdings. Frequently bought together Feedback on our suggestions – Frequently bought together. I hate “Dallas” books. Ah, the wasted hours of my life. I had already read them before in a storyline I was more interested in. What was awesome charaterization in previous books comes across as tired and unimaginative here. Many years ago I read another book by David Eddungs and really didn’t enjoy it.

The female characters always needing love and affection physically; their habit of always being flighty and whimsical is the same as well.

The Dreamers

I believe it broke his heart. Zelana takes to the west of Dhrall to the land of Maag where she forces a storm to bring the ship and crew of Sorgan Hook-Beak to her domain. This is probably the worst series I have read in a long while.

When an author gets famous enough, they get to a point where they could sneeze onto a napkin and somebody would publish it. Davis the dreamers aren’t enough and there aren’t enough people in the land of the Dhrall to combat all the minions of the Vlagh. The dialog was drab, repetitive,unnatural, and utterly dry. Meanwhile, Longbow, Omago and others journey to the Wasteland.


Neither of those were shown very much, only told about.

She’s keen on experimenting with her powers, creating a secret chamber in her palace and attempting to create a miniature sun, dotes on her Dreamer Lillabeth and the seals that live along her coast, and gets on well enough with her siblings. The story from the Dreames One. They examine a miniature model of the Domain, and begin to make plans.

But personally I found it to be more coherent thi I really enjoyed this book. Why is this review inappropriate? However, I felt the dialogue was grossly oversold and forced, and there was not nearly enough intrapersonal conflict; I found it incredibly unbelievable that the Maags and Trogites could set aside their animosity on a dreamres and work so well together between pirates and military men, or that the more ‘civilized’ peoples so easily treated the less technologically advanced tribal peoples without any condesension; it was at best extremely idealistic, and left the reader skeptical and in difficulty in suspending disbelief.

While there were some injuries favid deaths, none of the main characters really seemed to be in any kind of danger. Edvings also didn’t like how undeveloped the characters were in the end Minimal damage to the book cover eg.

Rabbit has many talents, but lives life dialing it back until his skills are leveraged for the cause.