The only other mir we get to know only has one child.
That is a great point. I didn't really think about it. Maybe as there is more and more human blood mixed in they become more fertile There's still no way so many elves could have come from the one blood line, though. Cake Day. Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser.
Spoilers Heir of Novron. Did anybody else think this as well? More posts from the riyria community. Did she know that Royce was the heir? The other question is what happened to the amulet that Merrick wore?
If he had it on the night of the fight with Royce, could he still be alive? Did it provide that much luck?
On the line of the amulet. If it made the wearer invulnerable to magic and the Gilarabryn was made out of magic, shouldn't Hadrian have not been affected by it? Sorry for all the questions, but I tend to mull over things I read. Again thank you for a great series and I fun adventure! Farles , Aug 29, I thoroughly enjoyed the series because I think Sullivan did the big things exactly right: story and character.
I really liked some things in particular. A partial list, as I reserve the right to add to it later if I am so inspired: 1 If an ending isn't happy, I'm not happy. This series had an unapologetically happy ending, and I loved it.
Riyria Chronicles. How wonderful life is while you're in the world. Meanwhile, Arista meets Mauvin and Fanen while traveling to a tournament site and determines that Dahlgren is hosting it. If he wasn't, wasn't the council truly responsible for his father's death, and shouldn't they have forfeited their afterlife as well? The book ends with the threat of Melengar standing alone against the powerful new Empire. Like how everything from your birth will shape who you are and what you do in your adulthood, the plot and the ending to Riyria Revelations is the culmination of literally everything accumulated from the first book. More needless diversion?
The books are not heavy on romance although the romantic aspects do pick up in Wintertide and Percepliquis , but the romance was well done and satisfying. It's a showcase of hackneyed fantasy tropes It just goes to show you that a good story is a good story. Many books share these themes; many also don't pull them off as well as Mr. My only real quibble was some pacing issues here and there. DJ , Sep 3, They came off as lackluster to me in comparison to how much impact they had in overall plot.
Kind of makes sense given that there was no real 1 prot, but i just wanted to see them more directly involved in the main viewpoints.
Andols , Nov 6, I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed these books. The action was non stop and the redemption theme was very powerful for me. The only down side for me was that the series ended and I really miss these characters that I grew to love. Hopefully we will see them again in the future? Bravo Mr.
You have written a series that has stayed with me long after I finished the books. Heather Myst , Nov 8, That got her spooked so she got rid of Royce. When her own son Gaunt grew up she gave him the necklace. On her death bed the mid-wife told Miranda what she had done and sent her to Arcadius to tell him that a child lived - she then joined the Therom Eldership and started working with Arcadius. Yes she knew. Merrick is indeed dead. Excellent read!!
contnanlides.gq I have never written an author before. My closest consideration, would have been Brent Weeks after finishing his Night Angel trilogy, but you sir have taken the cake. While I was impressed with the story and plot-lines used throughout your books I had the pleasure and the opportunity to read ALL six of the books at one time , I was equally impressed with the forward and the "extras".
I tend to read the small bio's and author notes in the book if I particularly enjoy the experience, and I enjoyed the fact that you were open and honest with how difficult the experience was to achieve published success. That being said, I'm sorry if you've answered this question before I've read through this whole thread already , but could you explain in a greater detail exactly who Nimbus is, and his origins???!!!
I loved the twist at the end, but was utterly confused. I understood the obvious, but did not understand the feather significance, or exactly who Nimbus was besides Royce's savior in Manzant Prison. Thanks so much for the read!!! Royce origins clarity Hi, I thoroughly enjoyed the series.
The Riyria Revelations is a series of six high fantasy novels (published in three volumes) written by Michael J. Sullivan and published by Orbit Books in and The series consists of three original titles, Theft of Swords, Rise of Empire, and Heir of Novron. Start your review of Heir of Novron (The Riyria Revelations, #) The Riyria Revelations is a perfect example of this situation, it's a series that proved this.
Definitely one of my top 5 favorites all time. Since this appears to be the thread where people are asking questions and getting answers I thought I'd ask some of my own. I felt like by the end I had a really clear understanding of everything that happened and how it all came together.
Sullivan, you are my savior, thank you so very much for writing this amazing book. Please keep on writing and please don't ever stop it. If you've never heard of this book before, then get it and read it, cause it is the greatest thing that I have ever read in my entire life. Read it now, or I will hunt you down : jk. But seriously, read this book. And yes, I meant to do this comment in all caps, to express my feelings. They're pretty extreme. One of the best endings I've ever read! Everything ties together beautifully and it is of course full of action, adventure and more plot twists!!!!!
Thank you for taking the time to write a review on this book, it really makes a difference and helps readers to find their perfect book.
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