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The Gate of Gods: Book Three of The Fall of Ile-Rien (The Fall of Ile-Rien Trilogy) di [Wells, Martha]
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Tremaine Valiarde and a small, brave band of heroes ventured into a wondrous new realm on their desperate mission to save Ile-Rien from the conquering Gardier. Now, as a relentless enemy creates chaos and destruction -- with the fate of the magical city of Lodun hanging in the balance -- the last hope of a land besieged may rest on the far side of a secret portal.

But the doorway leads to a mysterious ruin hidden behind the awesome Gate of Gods -- and to perils that dwarf anything Tremaine and her allies could have possibly imagined. . . .


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  • Editore: HarperCollins e-books (13 ottobre 2009)
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  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ASIN: B000FCKIAA
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12 di 13 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Satisfying concusion to a superior fantasy series 7 novembre 2005
Di KathByrd - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
This is a very satisfying conclusion to Martha Well's Fall of Ile Rien series. It is a strong on action, but also continues developing the relationships, the world, and the cultures of all those involved. It also manages to tie elements together into a satifying bow without feeling pat -- including elements from earlier Ile Rien novels. Tremaine Valiarde is now one of my favorite fictional female characters, with some of the same elements that make Harriet Vane (of Dorothy Sayers) enjoyable to meet and root for. My only regret is that the series is complete -- I'll look forward to Well's next work.
3 di 3 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle Mission Accomplished? 20 gennaio 2007
Di lb136 - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
In "The Gate of Gods," the third in the "Fall of Ile Rien" series, moody Tremaine Valiarde (perhaps the first bipolar SF heroine) and her squabbling companions continue to plumb the mysteries of the circles, discovered by the mysterious havoc-wreaking Gardier, that enable them to cross among worlds. With sword and sorcery, plus the equivalent of 1920s-era tech, as well as pluck and more than a little luck, the not so merry men (and women) finally figure out how the things work (readers may not be so lucky, as the rules seem to be in a constant state of flux), scoot between worlds (often just in time), discover more about the nature of the Syprian "gods," and are finally able to write "mission accomplished" to their adventures. Fans of the late-1960s TV midi-series "The Prisoner," which starred Patrick McGoohan, may smile with recognition as Tremaine's crew finally meets number 1. (Or not.) Anyhow, it's a delicious scene.

Well written and fun to read, the author dares to present a heroine who is truly "mad, bad, and dangerous to know." Or, as the old song puts it: Tremaine always is a headache but she never is a bore.

Notes and Asides: This is the end of the trilogy but not, I suspect, the ends of tales of Ile Rien. Start with volume 1, please or you will be majorly confused. I did, and I was still minorly confused. (Now let me think, Gerard is the sorcerer, Giliad is the . . . )
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5.0 su 5 stelle Can't say enough! Or too much... 14 maggio 2013
Di C. Popovich - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
Without giving anything away to those peeking at the reviews to find out what happens in this finale to the trilogy, I'll just say it is deep and heart clenching. The crew heads off on another adventure jumping from world to world. Tremaine's stubbornness continues. All the fighting amongst themselves and the Gardier continues. Finally leading to the truth behind the crystals, portals and the Gardier. Also the truth inside two hearts.
The only bad thing I will say...I did not like the very very end...last sentence was perfect...but the last two pages...EH! After all that I would have liked to see some romance!
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4.0 su 5 stelle 4 out of 5 aint bad 26 agosto 2006
Di C. Stevens - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I have read all of Martha Wells' books and have enjoyed each of them a great deal. Her world building is always rich and original, her prose is sharp, her plots well paced and engaging, and her characters likeable...and that is a lot to like (far more than most fantasies I've read). There was a bit to much deus ex machina in the series (well...literally this time)...and as some reviewers said not a great deal of insight into the characters motivations...and after reading all of her books there is a...familiarity about the characters despite the very different backgrounds...but make no mistake, this is GOOD fantasy, and if it's not high literature, so be it...I'll still be eagerly awaiting her next work.
5.0 su 5 stelle Solid, unique, fun to read with characters that breathe 6 settembre 2007
Di Yorgaki - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Another strong book from one of the best fantasy writers working today. Her prose just hums along, and the world she's created here, as in other novels, is highly unique and possesses its own, singular feel. The action is well paced and while the plot does become a bit confused near the climax (as one reviewer put it, "all those circles!") this is a thoroughly enjoyable read that pulls you along and leaves you highly satisfied at the end.

Her characterization is for the most part outstanding, even the small clues and cues she gives regarding less-central characters. Yes, the character of Tremaine has been a bit of a mystery from the start and the emergence of the fact that she has a core of cold steel a la her father does raise some questions, but the book reads so well and unfolds so naturally they didn't occur to me until after I'd put it down. Despite a few (very) minor imperfections, all told this is top-notch fantasy and I'd highly recommend it to anyone. At the least, however, start with the first of this latest trilogy, The Wizard Hunters. If you can, go farther back. After reading Gate I tracked down the first book set in Il-Rien, The Element of Fire, (FYI it's on Well's website for printing free of charge) and my appreciation for how she has spun this series of stand-alone yet related stories grew.
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