Dark Lord : The Falconfar Saga

  • by Ed Greenwood
  • Narrated by Christopher Lane
  • Series: The Falconfar Saga
  • 13 hrs and 30 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When he mysteriously finds himself drawn into a world of his own devising, writer Rod Everlar is confronted by a shocking truth: he has lost control of his creation to a brooding cabal of evil. In order to save his creation - and himself - he must seize control of Falconfar and halt the spread of corruption before it's too late.Dark Lord is the first epic installment in The Falconfar Saga, from best-selling author Ed Greenwood.

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part one

Not a bad effort. But the problem is that this is not a complete book. The story does not have a climax nor resolution. It's sad that a book can be published which is obviously just a build up towards getting you to read the whole series. Well, as for me I was not interested enough in the story or characters to get the resolution I should have gotten in this book.
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- Joel

B grade TV series trying to be a book

I am disappointed.

Ed Greenwood and Jeff Grubb wrote the Forgotten Realms Campaign Set for TSR and he has written many novels since . .. some good, some . . . well lets just say we all have bad days . . .

This is I am afraid a mishmash of indifferent to please kill his main character NOW so we no longer have to suffer. . .

It is written like some early Batman TV series you can at times almost hear the words "tune in next next week will the Dark Lord get some brains/spine/life/meaning/find someone who cares even if does any or all of the above . . ."

It lurches from one gratuitous killing field to another with the odd schoolboy allusions to sexual innuendo or worse. . .

The anti hero is so lame you always wish he will die . . . Thomas Covenant and Co can breath a sigh of relief . . .

So far I have made 4 attempts to finish book one . . . I keep hoping it will get better . . .

The narrator tries to breath life into it but is hampered by inane & trite material . . . I pity him . . . he does a good job but he is let down by what he is forced to read . . .

The second book has a new narrator but it's not the narrator that's the issue here its the writing . . .

I love fantasy. I love games like WOW. I love scifi. I have done so all my life . . Now as my eyesight betrays me I listen to audio books . . .

I had hoped that a man who helped fuel fantasy games & novels would have done a better job . . . I was mistaken . . .

I have unfortunately purchased book one and two .. If I ever make it through one I will review Book Two . . . One can only hope it gets better . . .

I am sorry if I offend any one with this review but this is my opinion of this novel . . . feel free to write your own if you disagree . . .

I might go listen to Tolkien or Eddings etc . . . I need to rebuild my faith in fantasy writers . .
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- Captain Skurvy "I like Fantasy & Science Fiction but not into Zombie. Due to Health issues, listen to Audiobooks/read ebooks where I can enlarge the print"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-05-2008
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio