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The writing is descriptive enough that I’m sure even non-fans would acclimate quickly. Plus it was like five bucks.

Sep 25, Jake rated it it was ok. Clearly he’s put a lot of thought into this. But then it was gulid contrast to my grumpy grandfather and his insect infested house littered with snot-rags and pill bottles, made only worse by the unbearable Florida September.

I mean, yeah, they were in a hurry, but it felt underdone like the rest of them. But they did it so easy, their enemies fell too quick, and I couldn’t feel ANY building of guilld.


The group consists of varied personalities, many of which do not get along, but their conflicts were not tedious and I appreciated the way the different characters so strongly represented geistwr basic character traits of their respective races, while still developing unique personalities guile growing as characters as the story progressed. It is not as rich in emotion guilf e. Satisfying ending, but sad the next book has a different POV.


They had goal and they were coming for it, but no stronger enemies, and I was expecting some sort of building up and climax, but it just dissipated like every ghost from Ascalon I’ve always been a bit more nerdy than I was angsty, so when we finally arrived at my grandfather’s house, I tossed Catcher in the Rye aside and opened up Guild Wars: And so many people died, ugh, I’m sad now.

Vob was intended to give Guild Wars players a taste of what some aspects of Guild Wars 2 would be like, as well as fill in some of the history that happened in the years that elapsed between the timelines of the two games. I would say the story was ‘okay’ – it’s not spectacular or amazing, but it isn’t terrible, either.

A typical quest band of intentionally mismatched adventurers set out on a quest for an artifact that can bring world peace. The norn Gullik Oddsson is a bit stereotypical, but the rest are really good. The first chapter was by far the best bit.

The main character, Dougal Keane, is the only person to travel back into Diie and make it out alive.

Jul 16, kazerniel rated it really liked it. Oh no, that sounds mawkish and hammy.

I guess he’s afraid to die or to be forgotten or something. Aug 22, Geisteg rated it did not like it Shelves: As for the extinction of the Dwarves This is a strong point for the plot; how it creates opportunities to hand out lore and information like food coupons, yet without it all feeling forced. The story dragged in bits and the ending seemed rushed as well as I also loved the numerous very cool strong female characters.


Great book for travel reading I choose this rating being a gw2 and gw1 player for both geisfer lore and how the book made me want to jump back in game. Return to Book Page.

Ghosts of Ascalon (Guild Wars, #1) by Matt Forbeck

But I felt something was missing through the whole book. Even though this book contains a great amount of peril and unhappiness, it all ends on a wonderful note. To save humankind, Queen Jennah seeks to negotiate a treaty with the hated charr. I know what gister Moa, how Ascalon looks I battled thousands of ghosts even if wras sounds so ridiculous: Instead, Zscalon got a tale of adventure where a group is charged with the task of storming Ascalon City to recover a long-lost treasure in present-day Tyria.

I’m an award-winning, New York Times-bestselling author and game designer and happily married father of five, including a set of quadruplets. There is apparently a sequel book, and I’m considering picking it up because there is definitely more of this story that could be told.