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This final volume of the Elenium trilogy, which began with The Diamond Throne , is also set in a magic world in turmoil. Here we follow the Pandion Knight Sparhawk as he uses the infinitely powerful sapphire-rose jewel Bhelliom to awaken Cimmura's queen Ehlana from the poison administered by the primate Annias, who seeks control over her kingdom and, in particular, her treasury. Annias is supported in his bid to become archprelate of the Church of the Elenes by the Elder God Azash, imprisoned by his fellow gods and seeking release through the powers of Bhelliom. After Sparhawk is coerced into marriage by Ehlana, he sets out with his companions, including the Styric seer Sephrenia, for the Holy City of Chyrellos, to rescue his people from destruction by Azash and his archpriest Otha. Having saved the city from its besieger, Martel, the small band of adventurers must proceed to Azash's lair to vanquish him and safeguard their world. Eddings adroitly mixes the exalted with the mundane in a tale that should satisfy his many fans.
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'A graceful, fluid style of storytelling rare in fantasy writing' Publishers Weekly 'Sparhawk is the best-realized hero in modern fantasy' Daily TelegraphSee all Product Description
I have read all of Eddings books, and many other.
Now I do not know how to live without Sparhawk when I finished the last one. Read more
Anyone who likes science fiction will like David Eddings. Just loved all books of the Elenium series.Published on Nov. 23 2002
One of the main characters dies...
And stays dead!
I was astounded.
The Elenium series was definitely one of the best fantasy series I have ever read. Eddings inserts humor in every line; there is a lingering amount of his own wit in every... Read morePublished on Feb. 15 2001
Honestly, it's not the most profound book in the whole wide world, but it does entertain, and that's what it's for. A lot better than the previous two books... Read morePublished on Sept. 22 2000 by Angela Cheng
How could anyone not like this book. David Eddings has out done himself with this book. I found this book to be the most exciting one in the series. Read morePublished on Sept. 18 2000 by Duncan
The series started with The Diamond Throne ends well in this book. The Sapphire Rose is, undoubtedly, the best and most interesting book in The Elenium. Read morePublished on July 26 2000 by ChaucerCat