elven fighters, including new fighting styles such. FORGOTTEN REALMS® adventures. Until now, as mounted archery, and several new weapons. Evermeet has. Elves of Evermeet (AD&D Fantasy Roleplaying, Forgotten Realms) [Anne Gray McCready] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. For many. Evermeet: Island of Elves (Forgotten Realms) [Elaine Cunningham] on Amazon. com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Serene, beautiful, inviolate. Rich in.

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I’m in and I love Elaine’s writing. There are many fabulous stories in this book; there are fierce and firgotten battles with many fell monsters, there are delicate scenes of moonlit beauty with unicorns and palaces, there is much magic, and there is much more as well. Island of the Elves is the book that it is compared to. But Evermeet isn’t there to think deeply about it – just enjoy what comes along. Nov 04, Liz rated it it was amazing. Jul 31, Christopher rated it it was amazing.

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This reader only felt a bit bogged down during some of the tales of Elvish politics and court intrigue. Feb 10, Dana rated it it was ok. Feb 23, Jesse rated it really liked it Shelves: Feb 20, Siraj Shaikh marked it as to-read. I was in awe the first time I read it. Preview — Evermeet by Elaine Cunningham. I enjoyed the narrative well enough to make up for that, though.

Evermeet: Island of the Elves

Jun 10, Charles Gory rated it it was amazing. Despite the embedded fantasy racism, it does make some sense that, in the early day, when the gods and their people we much closer, those who would become Drow would be heavily influenced by their creator, and the modern-day Drow suffer under the same curse, fair or not.


Elves get very bland fast. Aug 20, Steve rated it it was amazing. Taking on the Isle of Evermeet and all its history and putting it to story.

Island of Elves by Elaine Cunningham http: This evermwet spans thousands of years and tells the story of the elves, from their myths about gods, to the legends about when they arrived on the planet of Aber-Toril, all the way to the most currant history about the elven isle of Evermeet. That part was a little weird.

Well, surprisingly, there is.

Nothing but elves as far as the eye can see? As long as I have this book and my love for it, Evermeet will remain a living breathing place, a refuge for the elves.

So, good job Corellon? May 05, Carrie rated it really liked it. I liked the elven backstory quite a bit. These posts will contain spoiler and not be posted in a timely manner.

Evermeet: Island of the Elves by Elaine Cunningham

I plan on reading books in-between, so who knows how long this will take. But to many it is the ultimate prize.

The characters, the history, the way it jumps from present to past and weaves everything together. Youtube Review of Evermeet: Elvish history of surface elves, very easy to read everemet not intensive.

Aug 04, Percy rated it it was amazing. I loved it so much I read it once a year for 7 years. And apparently I’m not the only one.

Nothing but elves as far as the eye can se An ambitious book by an always likable writer, “Evermeet” doesn’t completely fulfill the promise of its forgtten – a Michener-esque generational epic about the history of Elves on Faerun, centered around the events leading up to creation of the sanctuary island and the consequences afterward.


All in all the author does an excellent job of presenting well rounded characters oc when they only appear briefly. It became hard to follow.

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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Some of the long names and history jumping between chapters became a little confusing, but over all, I really enjoyed it as a great peice of Forgotten Realms history.

Even though Evermeet is a Dungeons and Dragons novel that takes place in the Forgotten Realms setting, it also stands outside of evermest gaming connection as a thrilling and well-crafted novel of high fantasy.

See 1 question about Evermeet…. A great addition to the forgotten realms books but it’s written in my least favorite format; jumping timeline mixed with jumping POV’s. It might not be too profound, but I got hooked immediately. It was almost too much.

Her writing pulls you in, seamlessly branching from one timeline to another perspective. The manner in which time is handled in the rea,ms was a touch difficult for me. Rich in magic and treasure, to those who hear of its legends it is the ultimate paradise. Dorgotten 25, Jade rated it really liked it Shelves: It came across as rushed and not fleshed out. Refresh and try again.

It doesn’t have to focus long on any one time period. Mass Market Paperbackpages.