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Die Vergessenen Schriften 5: Die Legenden der Albae (German Edition) eBook: Markus Heitz: medical-site.info: Kindle Store. Die Legenden der Albae: Tobender Sturm (Die Legenden der Albae 4) (German Edition) eBook: Markus Heitz: medical-site.info: Kindle Store. Gerechter Zorn book. Read 62 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Die Albae sind gefährlich, grausam und scheuen keinen Krieg. Ihre Fe.

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I had to push myself to read the rest. Pretty much from the start the theme of the story was revealed and it can be summarized in one word.

This whole book seemed to be about torture, self-righteousness, murder, back stabbing, mutilation and barbarianism. Their art is mutilated corpses encased in magic to prevent rot and decay and metal Righteous Fury was honestly one of the books I hated from the first few chapters. Their art is mutilated corpses encased in magic to prevent rot and decay and metal, their music is in the form of bone flutes and internal fluids harvested from slaves and prey alike.

They are petty, self-serving immortal imbeciles with nothing better than to torture and mutilate. Their leaders are twins, who's supposed beauty will blind those who look upon them, of course since no one can look at them they find companionship with each other, i. But Sinthoras is perhaps the worst character. Right at the beginning he is shown to be a monster and nothing can redeem him, not even the compassion he shows for Caphalor at the end.

Because he fails to make sure he has enough of a type of paint, harvested from a internal organ of an animal, he blames his human slave. This paint is supposedly rare and sacred so the fact he trusts a lesser being, a human, to care for it shows his incompetence. However, I must assume she is forbidden to touch his art supplies, so blaming her for failing to notice the dwindling paint is simply an excuse to punish her.

And of course the punishment is pathetic and petty. Since she admires his art, though why anyone would admire art made from fluid of innards and most likely based on torture and death is beyond me, but anyway, since she admires his art he chooses to take her eyes, with a sharp dagger, no anesthetic just two quick stabs and she's blind.

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. The line between good and bad has never been harder to see.

Not really. But are they bad? They see themselves as perfect, and all humans, trolls, elves and other beings are just insects under their feet. Slaves that are not worthy to look upon. So yes in this they weren't good beings.

But it was their culture and mindset. They are cruel and beautiful, quite fa The line between good and bad has never been harder to see. They are cruel and beautiful, quite fascinating. The main characters are Caphalor, who is the voice of reason. Then there is Sinthoras who wants to go take over other countries.

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The good and bad guy. But things are like I said not that simple. They like all things change. There is also a POV of a slavegirl and I must say the time of things nothing being black and white are sure everywhere. You'll see.

There is adventure, fighting, death, one truly gruesome act and a people going to war. Because at the end, stuff is going down ;. Now, I'm a big fan of elves any day, but if you whisper "evil elves" in my ear I'll be out of my chair and running in that book's general direction before you can say "Dumbledore's lingerie". If you, on the other hand, were honest about this book and whispered "stupid, arrogant elves who can put a three-year-old's tantrum throwing to shame" An "e Now, I'm a big fan of elves any day, but if you whisper "evil elves" in my ear I'll be out of my chair and running in that book's general direction before you can say "Dumbledore's lingerie".

They are fucking annoying. It couldn't possible have been very good to start with, but the translation from German to English has rendered it simply painful to read.

Almost every page had my fingers twitching after a red pen. I'm in mourning for the trees sacrificed to make this book. View 1 comment. This book is great addition to the Dwarve's saga. I loved the evilness of the society Markus created. The art that is so beautiful that its deadly.

A great fantasy edition and looking forward to the next Alfar legend!

Jan 01, Tabea Vanessa rated it liked it. Wow this was kind of exhausting. So brutal!! It was beautifully written though! Interesting look at the villain's side of a story. I have not read Dwarves but soon will. Some parts dragged but there were few eye opening moments too. It's all going to depend on how well Dwarves fits in to see if I continue this series. Feb 17, Elisabeth rated it liked it.

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Mir war kein Charakter in diesem Buch wirklich sympathisch, eher im Gegenteil, und so richtig an meinem Bild von den Albae gedreht hat es auch nicht. Da lese ich lieber weiter an den Zwergen, die waren so viel sympathischer und haben mir so viel mehr Freude bereitet. Notevole questo primo romanzo della saga degli Albi. Decisamente superiore al primo della saga nanesca, che Heitz ha scritto precedentemente.

Un romanzo coraggioso, dalla parte dei cattivi, che risultano affascinan Notevole questo primo romanzo della saga degli Albi. Un romanzo coraggioso, dalla parte dei cattivi, che risultano affascinanti e complessi. Una trama che riesce a stupire, una scrittura decisa e suggestiva, dei personaggi accattivanti e politicamente scorretti. Da leggere. Ich kann also keinen Vergleich zu diesem Buch oder der Darstellung der Albae darin aufstellen.

Eine Freundin hatte mir das Buch dann auch empfohlen, was meine Erwartungen noch gesteigert hat.

Ich wurde einfach zu keinem Zeitpunkt so richtig warm mit den Charakteren und dem ganzen Drumherum. Im Gegenteil: Schon etwas mager. Und geben wir dem Kind einen Namen: Also wie ich es auch drehe und wende, ich konnte mit den Albae nicht warm werden.

Caphalor ist eher der ruhigere, besonnenere und sanftere Typ — wohlgemerkt zu Anfang. Ihn mochte ich eigentlich ganz gerne, doch nach einem gewissen Ereignis sen wurde er mir ziemlich unsympathisch. Irgendwie hab ich das als unpassend empfunden.

Alles in allem habe ich mich sehr schwer mit dem Buch getan. Erst vor kurzem habe ich es dann doch endlich zu Ende gelesen. Es war durchaus spannend, Langeweile kam eigentlich nicht auf. Und die Frauen in dem Buch gingen mir auf die Nerven. Ganz besonders diese hechelnde Sklavin Da sind mir die Dunkelelfen von R. Salvatore doch wesentlich lieber Apr 26, Emma rated it really liked it Shelves: Nun, "eint" ist anfangs zu viel gesagt.

Caphalor horcht sie aus und zwingt sie ihm zu folgen. Erneut trennen sich Sinthoras und Caphalors Wege: Auf dem Weg trifft er Sinthoras, dessen Pferd auf der Reise starb. Inzwischen haben auch Sinthoras und Caphalor Frieden geschlossen. Righteous Fury was honestly one of the books I hated from the first few chapters. I had to push myself to read the rest.

Pretty much from the start the theme of the story was revealed and it can be summarized in one word. This whole book seemed to be about torture, self-righteousness, murder, back stabbing, mutilation and barbarianism. Their art is mutilated corpses encased in magic to prevent rot and decay and metal Righteous Fury was honestly one of the books I hated from the first few chapters. Their art is mutilated corpses encased in magic to prevent rot and decay and metal, their music is in the form of bone flutes and internal fluids harvested from slaves and prey alike.

They are petty, self-serving immortal imbeciles with nothing better than to torture and mutilate. Their leaders are twins, who's supposed beauty will blind those who look upon them, of course since no one can look at them they find companionship with each other, i. But Sinthoras is perhaps the worst character. Right at the beginning he is shown to be a monster and nothing can redeem him, not even the compassion he shows for Caphalor at the end. Because he fails to make sure he has enough of a type of paint, harvested from a internal organ of an animal, he blames his human slave.

This paint is supposedly rare and sacred so the fact he trusts a lesser being, a human, to care for it shows his incompetence. However, I must assume she is forbidden to touch his art supplies, so blaming her for failing to notice the dwindling paint is simply an excuse to punish her. And of course the punishment is pathetic and petty.

Since she admires his art, though why anyone would admire art made from fluid of innards and most likely based on torture and death is beyond me, but anyway, since she admires his art he chooses to take her eyes, with a sharp dagger, no anesthetic just two quick stabs and she's blind.

And of course she is so in love with her beautiful master that she accepts that she is at fault. And let us not forget the mutilation of a unicorn. And of course the herbivore turns into a man eating beast because of this transformation. Then there is the disgusting obboona. Nor does the comradery Sinthoras and Caphalor develop help soothe over the rest of this books content.

It was simply a tedious and disgusting book to read with very little to redeem it. It was basically just a book full of whiny elven creatures who enjoyed torture and mutilation, that is pretty much all that summarizes it.

When Caphalor is sent on a mission he is told only to return if he succeeds, in other words do not return if he has failed or not completed his duty as he will be killed. It is not enough to redeem the book but I liked this small part of the book. Overall this was a book I regretted reading.

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I am certain there are some who'd like a book like this but it was filled with so much torture, humiliation, brainwashing and death that it was simply too much and over the top.

That and the characters just weren't enjoyable, I didn't really sympathize with any of them, I was glad to close this book and put it to the side.

Dec 23, Paul Ringkamp rated it it was amazing. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.

Ein fantastisches Buch in finsterster Fantasy. Erfrischend unfreundliche "Helden" die nicht auf den selben Pfaden wie die meisten anderen wandern und durchaus mal mehr als einen Mord begehen.

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Sithoras und Caphalor erleben ein grausiges Abenteuer das einen an das Buch fesselt. I think I would've liked this more when I was younger and more into fiction with gratuitous violence. Wasn't a favorite for modern-day Shaina, but 17 year old Shaina gives this book two thumbs up, so that gave it an extra star. Jun 30, catmospheric rated it really liked it. Bisher mein liebstes Buch des Autors: Received as a gift, the story was fine, but felt flat.

Apr 04, Jacky rated it really liked it Shelves: Aber dieses Buch hatte gerade genug Action, dass das nicht passiert ist. Ich denke ich werde die Serie weiterlesen. Fantasy readers looking for something different. A remarkable, gripping, and compelling first installment that left me waiting for the next book. The Good: Several genuinely surprising twists that serve real purpose in the book, rather than shock value Characters are shown in full, flaws and all, making them more memorable and likable Does not disclose A remarkable, gripping, and compelling first installment that left me waiting for the next book.

Several genuinely surprising twists that serve real purpose in the book, rather than shock value Characters are shown in full, flaws and all, making them more memorable and likable Does not disclose full account of the history of the races all at once, giving enough to explain the situation without overloading the reader None of the characters show obvious signs of 'plot armor' being kept alive because the plot demands it , though they do escape some nasty situations, the reasoning is almost always sound Follows the general archetype of a mature fantasy plot enough to entice readers, but deviates from it to keep it interesting The Bad: Due to a translation from German, the original language, there are some grammatical errors, and some sentences that just plain don't make sense out of context Caphalor and Sinthoras follow the 'people with opposing viewpoints forced on a journey together and grow to understand each other's perspective' stereotype There are some instances of rather graphic descriptions of acts of cruelty and violence, most perpetrated by the Alfar, that may discourage further reading; however, you need merely understand the general idea of what happens to follow the plot, so you can skip the gory details without becoming lost SPOILER TERRITORY What I liked:

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