2 edition of Crystal Gorge (The Dreamers, Book 3) found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||May 23, 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 121 p. :|
|Number of Pages||67|
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" I had a difficult time reading this book. From the Dreamers series, I learned how to "control" so many characters as per their role in the story.
This book is truly awful. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. " "You're overlooking something, Aracia," Dahlaine disagreed. The most frustrating thing for me about the Crystal Gorge is that all the characters "sound" the same.
"Gunda's got that little fishing yawl that almost knows how to fly. But still, almost every character, new and old alike, has the same damn personality. I'll go tell your father that you're too busy for chores right now.
She obviously still wanted all of the outlanders to go east to protect her Domain, but Sorgan and Narasan-at Zelana's and Veltan's suggestion, evidently-had dismissed any protest she Crystal Gorge (The Dreamers raise. The man-things—your species—spend most of their time changing things. In many ways, this is the most important period in the history of the world. Maybe I should invest in the previous volumes to get it right. Possible writing in margins, possible underlining and highlighting of text, but no missing pages or anything that would compromise the legibility or understanding of the text.
Then there was the ship, Seagull, which made me think of Barak's Seabird.
The Ruler of the Wasteland has infiltrated another domain of the Gods, the land of short summers, where bison and deer roam.
The jumping, third-person narration which was so ubiquitous in the previous two books seems really half-hearted in this one, with some chapters having a such a vague presence I wasn't sure whose character I was supposed to be following.
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