The Tamuli is a series of fantasy novels by David Eddings. The series consists of three volumes: Domes of Fire The Shining Ones The Hidden City The Tamuli is. The Tamuli: Domes of Fire – The Shining Ones – The Hidden City [David Eddings] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. For the first time in one. Domes of Fire (The Tamuli) [David Eddings] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The beloved Sparhawk undertakes a perilous new quest in.

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Elenium and Tamuli series (David Eddings)

Nov 29, Johannes Herrmann rated it it was amazing Shelves: Thanks for telling us about the problem. David Eddings published his first novel, High Hunt, inbefore turning to the field of fantasy with the Belgariad, soon followed by the Malloreon.

The two-star rating is because the series was not as good as the preceding Elenium, for the simple reason that it was pretty much the same plot re-hatched with old and new characters. Jan 11, Jennifer rated it it was amazing Shelves: Became repetitive and uninspired as it went along. Like ehlana said sparhawk would come in blazing sword and bhelliom one hand and ultmately lose everything.

Will definitley read the rest of the series to see what happens. The framing device, through the prologues, is actually a contemporary narrative. Jan 07, Tom rated it liked it. I found the Elenium disappointing because of the way it started. Fantasy – In this trilogy, Sparhawk must proctect the eastern Tamul Empire from paranormal unrest, and northern Atan from trolls, vampires, werewolves, zombies, ghouls and ogres.

Want to Read saving…. The plot picks up speed, the stealthy battle preparations are entertaining, and the climax is fairly satisfying.


Paperbackpages. David Eddings died on June 2, at the age of Also, I despite Kalten and Khalad, mainly because I kept mixing up their names. The books were fun, I was in highschool, and I could read a book of his in about a day, so it wasn’t much of an investment; it was like eating cotton candy or reading Clive Cussler.

Joined Jan 5, Messages 5. Sparhawk and his wacky group of friends are at it again. The characters were having the same conversation on the road to Tamuli that had happened all through the Elenium and the Malloreon, and the Belgariad. Books by David Eddings. I’ll be referring back to my review of the preceeding trilogy – the Tamuli is, I think, more successful overall, but I still have rather a lot to say about it. Read it Forward Read it first. Queen Ehlana, kidnapped by the forces of Cyrgon, is held captive against Sparhawk’s delivering of Bhelliom.

The second half is both more interesting and more problematic.

Refresh and try again. Pages to import images to Wikidata Webarchive template wayback links All stub articles. Joined Sep 11, Messages 1, The ultimate battle looms.

Lots of interesting angles on politics, religion, race, friendship. Views Read Edit View history. There are a few notes that hint at minor comments on the relationship between the aspects of a deity and their worshippers – do we create our gods in our own image or is it the other way around?

I might even say there were too many characters.

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HappyHippo I’m so dizzy The Redemption of Althalus. Bibliography by David Eddings. One tge the most interesting things in the series is the portrayal of gods. Please try again later. Joined Oct 11, Messages 2, Thoroughly enjoyable series and not what I expected from Eddings at all. Despite having to abandon this one, I chose a 2 star rating instead of 1 star rating.


I enjoyed this book a lot however I found it very hard to get into so a few chapters or so in I went back and read the Elenium series. Just great reads, great fun. In contrast to the middle book, the third book is kind of a mess because everyone is scattered all over creation and we get viewpoints from just about every character we’ve ever met and at least one that has had maybe a couple dozen lines in the preceding five volumes.

Awesome Adventures I have read this collection of books many times and I fall in love with the characters and their friendships and adventures every time. The battles are a little too easy and obvious to be particularly gripping, but the conflict at Sarsos – where the knights, who were held up throughout the taamuli trilogy as the righteous defenders of the persecuted, mystic Styrics, encounter the ultra-civilized heart of Styricum and confront their own eddinhs and sense of racial superiority – is blunt but welcome in a genre that doesn’t spend a lot of time questioning white Christian-analogue heroes.

They’re even represented by the same colors. They make great foils to each other and the storyline is truly magical.

However, I loved the new and indepth cultures that Eddings always creates. It’s an interesting way to do it. Left me wishing David Gemmel had written more books! From a stern god of the Elenes who is fairly hands-off to others who are incredibly tamuil too stupid to live, in some cases. Inspired by Your Browsing History.