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Demon Lord of Karanda (The Malloreon, Book 3) Mass Market Paperback – October 14, 1989
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In an adventurous sequel to THE MALLOREAN, David Eddings tells the story of King Garion's abducted infant son and his efforts to save him. Unfortunately, he and his friends are detained by the friendly, but determined Zakath, who refuses to let them leave. As a horde of demons ravage the Cities and a plague lets loose its terrors, Garion has little time left to reach his destination, or the kidnapper wins by default.
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The first book is OK but the second book fails to deliver. A few times I wanted to quit reading altogether but I carried on hoping the third book will start to redeem the series. I am disappointed. At the end of the third book, which I somehow managed to finish after telling myself several times the plot will start to pick up soon, I have decided to abandon the 4th and 5th book. The plot is dull and repetitive. The characters who manage to shine in the Belgariad series, have become colourless and boring. The dialogue is deadpan and a few times I found myself wanting to hurl the book aside because of the same repetitive comments. The worst is Garian's wife who just irritates me! Yes she is already an irritating spoilt character in the Belgariad series but I have hoped she will become more mature but no such luck! I am hesitating to read the other series by Eddings I bought recently on the merit of the Belgariad series. I should have read the Mallorean series before I venture further into Edding's works. Sigh! I probably will just scan the end of the 5th book just for the sake of finishing the series. A major disappointment!
I find the writing to be easy to understand and follow. A treat to read - written for the adult reader.