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✯ Shardik (Beklan Empire #1) Books ✴ Author Richard Adams – Activematrix.us

Shardik (Beklan Empire #1) Shardik Is A Fantasy Of Tragic Character, Centered On The Long Awaited Reincarnation Of The Gigantic Bear Shardik And His Appearance Among The Half Barbaric Ortelgan People Mighty, Ferocious, And Unpredictable, Shardik Changes The Life Of Every Person In The Story His Advent Commences A Momentous Chain Of Events Kelderek The Hunter, Who Loves And Trusts The Great Bear, Is Swept On By Destiny To Become First Devotee And Then Prophet, Then Victorious Soldier, Then Ruler Of An Empire And Priest King Of Lord Shardik Only To Discover Ever Deeper Layers Of Meaning Implicit In His Passionate Belief In The Bear S Divinity.

✯ Shardik (Beklan Empire #1)  Books ✴ Author Richard  Adams – Activematrix.us
  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 620 pages
  • Shardik (Beklan Empire #1)
  • Richard Adams
  • English
  • 07 December 2018
  • 0380366657

    10 thoughts on “✯ Shardik (Beklan Empire #1) Books ✴ Author Richard Adams – Activematrix.us


  1. says:

    2,5 5 Shardik is one of those books that don t age wellKelderek, a young hunter with a soft heart and a simple nature, witnesses an enormous bear fleeing a devastating fire that ravaged a forest near his home Convinced that this bear is nothingthan the incarnation of the bear god Shardik, Kelderek tries to convince the local Priests and Barons, who in turn sedate and cage the bear But that doesn t last for longAnd at once h...


  2. says:

    1.5I ll be honest, the only reason I read this book was because of the reference to Shardik in Stephen King s Dark Tower series If you are a DT fan like me and plan to read this one, let me give you some advice don t bother The book is long and boringend of review.


  3. says:

    I knew the title from a Stephen King reference The Waste Lands and picked it up because of my interest in predator worship myths Shardik, a great bear revered as the power of the divine, is very much a Monster of God in the sense that David Quammen writes of in his book by that title Unlike real bears, who nosh whoever happens to get in their way, Shardik never eats someone who doesn t deserve it though I daresay he may have snacked on some innocent cattle The religion Adams creates is I knew the title from a Stephen King reference The Waste Lands and picked it up because of my intere...


  4. says:

    Those front cover graphics are absolutely stunning, but beyond that, this book is a beautiful, brutal and courageous fantasy novel with so many intriguing surprises.


  5. says:

    DNF 40% This was somewhere between boring and like Okay maybe Like it could have been good but it just wasn t grabbing me.


  6. says:

    I went into this book knowing very little about it, other than the reference to Shardik the Bear in one of Stephen King s books in the Dark Tower series I did have some prior experience with Richard Adams, having read enjoyed been impressed with Watership Down and The Plague Dogs In fact, while reading Plague Dogs, I noticed that Adams manages to keep me reading right on through something I cannot stand in most books lengthy description of setting, particularly landscapes So much of The Plag I went into this book knowing very little about it, other than the reference to Shardik the Bear in one of Stephen King s books in the Dark Tower series I did have some prior experience with Richard Adams, having read enjoyed been impressed with Watership Down and The Plague Dogs In fact, while reading Plague Dogs, I noticed that Adams manages to keep me reading right on through something I cannot stand in most books lengthy description of setting, particularly landscapes So much of The Plague Dogs is the setting, and not only did I read all that stuff about the Lake District, it actually made me want to find outabout the area, and even, possibly, to visit there one day.Anyway, Shardik I didn t expect Shardik to be the exact type of fantasy novel I usually hate and refuse to finish or, not so much refuse, as just be physically unable to due to falling asleep Adams did a lot of ve...


  7. says:

    When I read a Richard Adams book, it takes over my whole life Every event in my life mirrors what the characters are going through I stay up way too late reading so that I can see the characters through to the end of the scene His books are way too real to me.


  8. says:

    One star means I didn t like it overall, not that it was terrible I loved Watership Down and The Plague Dogs I knew this one wasn t going to be a talking animal story That s fine with me Talking animals are not something I seek out in fiction anyway My biggest problem with Shardik was that I never connected with any of the characters Kelderek was especially flat He changes a lot over the course of the story, but he always feltlike a magicless marionette than a person to me Add to t One star means I didn t like it overall, not that it was terrible I loved Watership Down and The Plague Dogs I knew this one wasn t going to be a talking animal story That s...


  9. says:

    Ever since I ve read Watership Down I ve been a big Richard Adams fan This book makes for pretty heavy reading, and I won t deny it took me a while to get through it The pacing could be quite slow at times, but I think it is well worth sticking through Shardik is epic fantasy, and nothing at all like what he created in Watership Down You could argue that the book isn t even about the bear, but the events that surround it One thing I first noticed about the book wa...


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