The Erevis Cale Trilogy [Paul S. Kemp] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. From the mean streets of Sembia Erevis Cale might just seem . From Book 1: Erevis Cale – simple butler or much, much more? The shadows grow long on the mean streets of Selgaunt and the sun sets on one man’s service. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Paul S. Kemp is the author of several previous Forgotten Book 3 of 3 in The Erevis Cale Trilogy (3 Book Series).
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It’s a real emotional scene. It just didn’t come across quite right.
Erevis Cale reading order | Paul S. Kemp, Fictioneer
I like the short clipped sound with a hard consonant. In my view, this book got a little more gritty and also re-introduced a love sub plot for Cale – more interesting than Thazi IMO. While for the most part, you don’t really need to read the first Cale book, it would help a lot.
Just wanted to add my thanks to you, for adding such colorful n wonderful characters as Drasek, and Erevis to the Forgotten Realms. Jul 02, Steven rated it it was amazing. His first novel in the Star Wars universe is Crosscurrent and is currently writing a tie-in with the upcoming video game Star Wars: Even in battle he doesn’t show all this power he’s supposed to have, except a few instances.
Decent, as far as Forgotten Realms go. And that made me curious.
The Erevis Cale Trilogy Series in Order – Paul S. Kemp – FictionDB
That got a bit old. I don’t know what else to say about this book other than bravo.
Yrilogy they able to stop the Sojourner from tapping Sakkors, and what exactly is the ‘Crown of Flame’? Although the magic got a bit messy and too technical at times, the plot suffered little due to the characters involved. That scene was made even better by the intentional placement of the short story about Kesson Rel, I felt.
I also appreciate his character-building. Bestselling speculative fiction author, creator of Egil and Nix, Erevis Cale, drinker of scotch, smoker of cigars, amiable dude. Not once did I feel a connection between these two and having to be told that Cale loves Tazi just makes it worse.
All in all a great trilogy, greatly underrated and I while I believe it should be 3. What’s great about these characters, besides their relationships with another is that they do not fall under “alignment restrictions”, which is neat. Neither of them is the typical laugh-out-loud-at-everything kind of villain. With the villains we have the arrogant Vraggen and his blind pursuit to retake the Zhentarim from the followers of Bane and reinstate the control of the Mad God Cyric.
Read this you must. An excellent read for any fan of the realms. The fantasy genre has grown since I first made its acquaintance, and I am happy that one can still pick up books that offer a lot of plot tied to just enough substance to make one feel the stakes.
Kemp really accomplished something in these series. People who wish to read this book would be advised to first check out the previous one if they want to fully grasp what’s going on in this one, but one could read just this one without missing much. Characters I didn’t much care for Jak Fleet I ended up loving by the end. The places the story goes are just wonderfully described. It’s an interesting look at another Chosen xale Mask and it does tie into upcoming events nicely, but you can skip it if you want to.
I would still recommend it I think. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. That worked rather well. Book ratings by Goodreads.
Erevis Cale wants the power because his God needs him to do things greater than a human could do. The protagonists and antagonists each have goals to accomplish, though most of them have ulterior motives. Write a customer review. May 18, Stefan Andrei rated it liked it.