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Thank you, ye mighty Guild Wars! May 10, Jeshu rated it liked it Shelves: Man hat sich nicht wirklich vom Fleck bewegt. I feel a little dissapointed of this book.

The mission holds some importanc After finally having read all three books voh the Guild Wars universe, it feels as if I have a more complete impression of each book, being able to compare them to each other. His group goes through some tough times and they lose some friends in battle.

I’ve been playing Guild Wars 2 for almost 2 years by the time I started reading the novels. Surprisingly, this book was not the best among them in my honest opinion, though individual aspects may have been better than in the others. I don’t even really read much in the fantasy genre, nor am I very interested in many high fantasy works in the vein of Guild Wars. By my calculations that’s pages in three days, or Refresh and try again. However, I admit that I did not go through this book as quickly as the others, though I don’t know if it’s the writing style or the lack of bonding with all the characters Certainly more accurate of a statement, but still too mawkish and hammy.

Most of the characters were stereotypes and poorly fleshed out. And this is only the beginning. Return to Book Page.

Actually I think it may have been in September, not summer. Open Preview See a Problem? The female characters did not fare well in this story as well, which sort of put me off a bit. It has been disappointing characterwise, as well. After finally having read all three books in the Guild Wars universe, it feels as if I have a more complete impression of each book, being able to compare them to each other. But the characters had to breach into the city full of ghosts, through legions of Charrs and whole journey was supposed to be hard and impossible.


I was sad about Killeen’s death, but it’s probably better that since the moment she’d been introduced I knew she would die, because I’ve seen her grave in the game long before starting the novel.

The pacing of the action felt all wrong, Dougal Keane was boring as a main character. Reading about all the races and their struggles and finding out more lore on this world – I enjoyed it so much, and the double-cross at the end really got me – not so much the betrayal but the acts that went into it.

I also picked up The Catcher in the Rye because I was surely aware of the classic and controversial nature of the book. Trivia About Ghosts of Ascalon Either way it was hot.

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Very good story, enough plot twists to keep you on your toes. Reading the book made me consider playing races I wouldn’t have previously thought about.

I had also brought my Playstation 2 along, hoping to catch up on some older games. Wscalon was refreshing to have her to challenge the views of the other races.

I don’t say it’s bad, I loved the characters, mostly Gullik -bless him- but the travel took so much of the book, and the adcalon in Ascalon so few.

There was a lot of cheeky dialogue and adventure. This book, by far, was one of the best books I have read. They had goal and they were coming for it, but no stronger enemies, and I was expecting some sort of building up and climax, but it just dissipated like every ghost from Ascalon I’ve never been close with my grandfather, neither geographically nor emotionally, but I went only to accompany my mother.


I really wanted qars love this book.

Nov 12, Lauren Branning rated it it was amazing. These books really help put the human and mortal perspective to the in-game characters and world. I view RPG as crack for the scifi fan. Expected stuff for a new teenage reader.

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Ghosts of Ascalon, similar to Edge of Destiny, features a group of unlikely companions working together guld a task for the greater good — in this case, finding the Claw of Khan-Ur in hopes of aiding the truce talks between centuries long enemies, humans and charr. Aug 22, Kristin rated it did not like it Shelves: Oh, and they also sort of opened the door for aacalon into an entire new artistic medium.

I foolishly thought that it would be set in the past of Tyria, and that I would get to read about the fall of King Adelberg from his own eyes.

I recommend the book. Geiister posted at The BiblioSanctum I read Edge of Destiny early in my Guild Wars 2 career and stepped into that book expecting to find incredible stories of the heroes that were mentoring my various characters.

The Guild Wars Lore is okay and entertaining. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The thing is, you have to take this book for what it is.

The pace is neither too slow nor too fast, and you don’t drag yourself through it.