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Necromancer Perfect Paperback – February 22, 2008
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This book had a feeling of hopelessness about it, as it should. However this feeling will disappear the closer the end gets. This new world was not what Gallund said it would be. Things have went terribly wrong. From the start this is a page turner. Why is this world the way it is? How did Ilein arrive 2000 years earlier? Where's Windy? What happened?
The closer the ending gets the answers are revealing themselves. Also it's shaping up to a big choice Ilein has to make. His friend's or make the world right? It's a hard choice that only the man Ilein has become can make. Did I mention this book was a page turner?
Many of the characters have secrets in this book, Kale, Globe, Rose, and the OneGod. Telling anything else will reveal too much.
My only complaint with this book, it wasn't edited very well. There are many spots where the wrong word is used or missing or the wrong gender is referenced. However, this is easily overlooked because as the conclusion to this fantastic triology is coming to a close the reader hungers to see what happens next.
Read this trilogy, it's great, young and old. A keeper to be read again.
Night is almost upon them as Ilien, Kale and Rose struggle forward in opening paragraph. It is not safe to be found in the open in the Desecration once night has fallen. The reader is drawn into the narrative immediately with the opening lines found in Necromancer. The initial pages of the work include a hand drawn map, I like fantasy works which include maps, as I read I can refer back and keep myself on track as where, and what is going on in the tale.
As in the previous volumes of the trilogy we follow Ilien in his quest to make sense of what is happening and why. In Nomadin we found Ilien Woodhill to be a boy who is a bit of perplexity. We were introduced to Gallund, a mystic, who is caring for Ilien during the time his peasant mother is away from home. Ilien has in his possession a very special pencil which Gallund his mentor has pointed out more than once is to be used wisely for spells. Ilien has had his share of confrontation with witches and has discovered that the NiDemon are determined to destroy Gallund.
Later on the pages of NiDemon the reader realized the potential of a Prophesied Child, were introduced to a host of supernatural beings, met an intriguing personage -the Swan- and worried as terrifying Nephalim sought to wreak havoc. Betrayal, runes, a prophesy fulfilled were exposed before the tale concluded. NiDemon closed with farewells, hope and the beginning of a journey.
And now we begin Necromancer. Readers will find what have been awaiting. This is the concluding volume of the trilogy begun in Nomadin and continued in NiDemon. Magically moved into a cursed land, Ilien must find and destroy the thing that cannot be destroyed.Read more ›
To say anything else about the story would give the plot way, so buy a copy. You won't regret it. The book fits nice and snug amongst the YA audience, but is also an enthralling adult read.
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I really enjoyed all three of these books. After the first one I couldn't wait for the other two. I bought them all as they came out and was not disappointed in any of them. Read morePublished on February 8, 2014 by Bamber
I am not sure why this trilogy never caught on main stream, but it should have. A definite read! Necromancer caps the story of Ilian Woodhill off perfectly.Published on November 11, 2009 by Emily M. King