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The Way of the Rose: Everien: Book Three Mass Market Paperback – Aug 27 2002


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  • Mass Market Paperback: 560 pages
  • Publisher: Spectra (Aug. 27 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0553579053
  • ISBN-13: 978-0553579055
  • Product Dimensions: 3.1 x 10.2 x 17.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 259 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,854,675 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Having read all 3 books I can safely say Valery Leith has created a very complex web of events and characters. This is a trilogy to be read slowly and savour, because it does not fall prey to all the simplistic cliches that most fantasy books do -X falls in love with Y, this person becomes braver and more noble due to this, someone overcomes childhood fears, all the characters split up to do different tasks, meet up in the end and have the usual 'aftermath orgy of explanations', etc. Thank goodness. Each character is a whole world unto themselves and does not necessarily come to understand all that has happened, but each has a role that, as time goes on, becomes complex, sad, bitter, sometimes funny and important in ways that cannot be foreseen. The evolving revelations about the Timeserpent, Everians, Ice, Jaya's role and the fate of the clans is not wrapped up in one perspective or one grain of truth.
Don't worry -this doesn't mean you'll need a dictionary, or will fall asleep due to lack of action, suspense or surprises. Enjoy the fresh narrative, the chapter endings that leave you hanging, and root for your favourite character, good or not-so-good.
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Complex and not a cliche Sept. 23 2003
By "jessi_lune" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Having read all 3 books I can safely say Valery Leith has created a very complex web of events and characters. This is a trilogy to be read slowly and savour, because it does not fall prey to all the simplistic cliches that most fantasy books do -X falls in love with Y, this person becomes braver and more noble due to this, someone overcomes childhood fears, all the characters split up to do different tasks, meet up in the end and have the usual 'aftermath orgy of explanations', etc. Thank goodness. Each character is a whole world unto themselves and does not necessarily come to understand all that has happened, but each has a role that, as time goes on, becomes complex, sad, bitter, sometimes funny and important in ways that cannot be foreseen. The evolving revelations about the Timeserpent, Everians, Ice, Jaya's role and the fate of the clans is not wrapped up in one perspective or one grain of truth.
Don't worry -this doesn't mean you'll need a dictionary, or will fall asleep due to lack of action, suspense or surprises. Enjoy the fresh narrative, the chapter endings that leave you hanging, and root for your favourite character, good or not-so-good.
complex yet enjoyable read Jan. 29 2009
By N. Chen - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
i rarely ever buy books - i like to buy them after i read them, only if i deem them good enough. i have purchased all 3 of the Everien series. As the other reviewees have noted, Leith has created this amazingly complex, intricate world that is confusing at times. But her language and imagery is so vivid and her phrases beautiful that it's worth the read. i have not come across any thing like this trilogy where the plot and the fantasy world is this complex. i found it very enjoyable and i hope you do too!

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