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"A classic coming-of-age epic" -- Christopher Paolini --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
There is a television commercial for potato chips that challenges "Bet you can't eat just one." A similar challenge could easily be made for the books that are part of the Belgariad series: "Bet you can't read just one." When I read Pawn of Prophecy, I couldn't stop and continued right on through the other four books of the Belgariad. I was then quite sad that I finished the series. It felt like saying good-bye to a bunch of great friends...and after all we had been through together that was hard.
--Tim Kochuba, General Manager
Been reading this since '93 or so and its still amazing! Heartwarming, touching, and fantastic with rich and interesting characters.Published 8 months ago by Jake
Fantastic read! I love the pace, the character development and the style used. To me a book that is overabundant with description leads me to 'fast forward' through paragraphs, i... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Stephane
My all time favorite book series. This is definitely not the best book of the series but it leads into an amazing story.Published 12 months ago by Jeff S Libbey
Great fantasy that sets up the beginning of Garion's quest to find out his true identity. The war between Gods that is played in the world with the lives of Men is set up well in... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Jenifer Mohammed, Author of Resurrecting Cybele
I first got involved with this series when we were camping a couple of years ago. The main office at ourcampground had a small library where we could pick up books to read then... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Diane Schwendeman
Let's face it. David Eddings' storyline sucks. Period. There are so many plot holes and contradictions, I can think of a dozen off the top of my head. But does it matter? Read morePublished on Nov. 7 2004 by Eriond
A Must Read for any fantasy or non-fantasy fan. The book moves along fantastically. It is not overly detailed, and therefor moves along at a great pace. Read morePublished on May 29 2004