The Cleric Quintet Collector’s Edition [Forgotten Realms] [R.A. Salvatore, R. A. Salvatore] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. New York. The Cleric Quintet Omnibus Basic Information Author(s) R.A. Salvatore Publisher Wizards of the Coast Type Omnibus Binding Paperback Released February. 14 Apr Are there any other Salvatore books following Cadderly after the cleric quintet? Thanks!.
The plot was interesting and well paced – I never lost interest and always wanted to keep turning those pages.
I haven’t read a series like this in a while; it takes me back to my Shannara and Sword of Truth Days. I’ve read this series multiple times and its a great read everytime. Customers who bought this item also bought. Fans of TSR products may be more taken with it as there are moments where it feels as though you’re reading a play-by-play of quinter campaign in progress.
Salvatore takes us into the life of young Cadderly in this series rather than sticking by the characters he has been developing in quibtet other books for so long. It all works in the end, but sometimes you wonder if some things really fit in with the rest of the story. A welcome change in scenery and characters in the Forgotten Realms universe, Salvatore branches out to touch on a story where religion sits center-stage instead of dancing along the sidelines.
Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Feb 09, Teresa rated it really liked it Shelves: Project Atlantis Ascendant Chronicles Book 1. I love how the characters became so alive to me and I felt as if I was walking in the story with them. Wizards of the Coast July 1, Language: Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Kierkan Rufo, the arch villain of the tale, is amusingly loathsome but does not really have the depth of previous baddies in the series like Cadderly’s father Aballister Bonaduce.
Salvatore so you know we’ve got great battles, great fights. In Sylvan Shadows Forgotten Realms. It difficult to review this because it is technically a compendium of 5 books, each with their own highlights and low points. Perhaps most problematic, however, is the manner in which Cadderly doesn’t live by the rules that seem to govern the rest of the world. Salvatore invented a concept of spiritual journey for his character, who initially treats his religion as just a lifestyle, but gradually becomes more tied to his god, Deneir.
I understand that a foundation has to poured on which the following stories sit, but I found this excessive.
Please try again later. Here more than anywhere Cadderly special-dudes his way through an encounter with a dragon and the final showdown with the novel’s presumable BBEG. Cadderly journeys home to the Edificant Library, hoping to rebuild his shattered life–but the chaos curse has one last surprise in store for him. Cadderly is a very unique character and throughout the five novels, you can see how he grows with the experiences he gains.
Ccleric 29, Marco rated it really liked it. There is too much buffering. This was one of the few epics I’ve read in which the band of travelers adds to their number during their travels, and I appreciated the realism.
I read most of the Drizzt stuff but it quitnet read as well. qunitet
The Cleric Quintet Series by R.A. Salvatore
One of the best books I’ve read. Their relationship is so typical of cleeic, competative yet caring towards one anotoher. The ad does not play. She loves him and he loves her, and that’s the way it has been and always will be as far as the story is concern. Or at least, we thought we were”.
I can’t wait to read it again, but first I have to finish the rest of the Drizzt series. Though Drizzt is not actually in this series, some of the main characters end up in future series, so I’d recommend reading it before Paths of Darkness The problem with Cadderly was that he was a young man who started out with minimal power but loads of potential, and quickly – too quickly, in fact – became monumentally powerful physically and magically with no potential for character growth.
It’s revealing that Salvatore confesses that he actually wanted to write the books about a druid rather than a cleric. Not Torm or any of those mainstream fools Plus, I’ve always thought clerics were the shiz in the first place. However I liked the story overall, especially the antagonist side of the story. Previous page of related Sponsored Products. The characters are more relatable to the average reader and the main character faces a battle many of us do: The video content is inappropriate.
Cadderly has matured and he now knows it’s okay to kill an evil, undead monster in self defense.
The Cleric Quintet Series
Anyone who has been reading Salvatore’s works should not skip this. Published January 1st by Wizards of the Coast first published If you’ve wasted your time reading my review, please don’t read The Cleric Quintet.: Oct 08, David rated it it was amazing Shelves: Nov 02, Amanda rated it really liked it. This is a replacement of one that I qkintet read to death.