Markus Heitz's third "Dwarves" novel is a spectacular epic filled with all the action, excitement and strong characters that you could want from a fantasy story. A massive tale at almost 800 pages, Revenge is never boring, on the contrary, it is a relentlessly entertaining read that is quite the page turner despite it's length, and still leaves you wanting more... which Heitz will provide as the extras contain a prologue from a forth book. Tungdil, Irehart and Rodario are back along with some familiar faces and endearing new characters to face Girdlegard's greatest challenge yet from an alliance of foes that could usher in a horrible fate for the kingdom of Men, Dwarves and Elves. But, along with new foes are new and surprising allies and along with his new friends, scholar/warrior Tungdil is once again called into action to save his beloved land. There are epic battles, bloody conflict, treachery, suspense and even a bit of romance as our valiant hero and his friends take the fight to their enemies door. This third book may be the best yet in an already impressive and entertaining series. A great fanatsy read. Highly recommended!
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I love Big Bang Theory. It's my current favorite TV comedy and one of my current favorite TV shows but... it kind of annoys me that they start story lines and then just drop them. This season they started with the Raj/Stewart "are they gay" storyline and then just dropped it. Then added Sheldon's hot assistant, Alex as a possible wedge in Leonard and Penny's relationship and dropped that and it appears, the character too. Shouldn't these decisions be made in creative meetings BEFORE they start shooting?