Belgarion, Belgarath, Beldin, Belkira, Beltira and Polgara!

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Stonehelm
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Post#1 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

Yes, they are good books. There does seem to be the stupid male syndrome going on there though!

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Post#2 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

Hehhehe what do you mean Stonehelm?
Oh and by the way....what is the name of the first series of David Eddings marvelous books? In swedish it is Sagan om Belgarion....but what is it in english!
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Post#3 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

The Belgariad, I believe, Aule.

I have always found the Eddings' writing to be like a tonic - soothes the soul and lightens the heart. :D
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Post#4 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

The Belgariad???? What kinda penguin molesting NAME IS THAT?!?!?! I liked the Sagan om Belgarion name better...The tale of Belgarion....much much better.....but I agree Allyssa...it IS quite soothing....but also rousing...I get really into the book and when something happens like when Geran gets kidnapped I feel exactly as Belgarion does!

:moderator:If you must use foul language please **** out the whole word, not just bits please Aule:moderator:nn[Edited on 26/3/2003 by PlasticSquirrel]
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Post#5 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

Hehhehe what do you mean Stonehelm?


You know what I mean, Polgara has an IQ of about 500 and all the men are "Duh, what can I kill, what can I steal, what can I eat" Compare them to Aragorn...no contest.

get really into the book and when something happens like when Geran gets kidnapped I feel exactly as Belgarion does!


No argument there, if someone kidnapped one of my family I would want to hack tham into worm meat also!!

Read the Sparhawk series Aule, you will like those also.
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Post#6 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

You know what I mean, Polgara has an IQ of about 500 and all the men are "Duh, what can I kill, what can I steal, what can I eat" Compare them to Aragorn...no contest.


Yeah I got it now! hhahahaha Barak, Hettar, Mandorallen and Lelldorin is exactly so....only difference is that Barak has SOME IQ left hahahaha

Thanks for the tip Stonehelm....I´ll try to read that one!
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Post#7 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

The Belgariad???? What kinda penguin molesting NAME IS THAT?!?!?!


Well it`s the same name as what it`s called in Sweden but in England, duh! :funnylaugh: j/k

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Post#8 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

What about Prince Khelder(Silk)? He was always shown as being at least vaguely intelligent.... And in the prequel, Beldin is shown to be incredibly smart.

The Sparhawk series are also very good, just try not to read them too soon after you finish the Belgariad or the Mallorean as the similarities between characters and scenes can be very irritating.

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Post#9 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

The Sparhawk series are also very good, just try not to read them too soon after you finish the Belgariad or the Mallorean as the similarities between characters and scenes can be very irritating.
I found that too, 42. Eddings has a wonderful way of taking you on a journey with the characters, making you feel as though you are travelling every step of the way with them. After three series of his books though, I just couldn't manage the second Sparhawk series. I was just getting too tired of all the travelling.

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Post#10 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

Some more sets of books I am looking forward to reading.
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