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kindle Ô The Hawk Eternal Mass Market Paperback ✓ david gemmell ✓ [EPUB] ✹ The Hawk Eternal Author David Gemmell – Helpyouantib.co.uk While the warlike and merciless Aenir wreak havoc upon the territory outside the mountain stronghold of the clans Sigarni the Hawk ueen arrives in a paralNd time Taliesen last of the gatekeepers has no idea why she has come But he knows that heroes are needed and grants her passage into the ravaged landOnly Caswallon–loner warrior and thief–realizes the true Since this was a seuel foolishly I expected it to be about the characters in Ironhand's Daughter Ha It was about a character mentioned in passing This could have been interesting This is certainly an interesting idea but I felt like there were two books inbetween that I didn't readDavid has a great story in his head but it didn't fully realized itself on the written page

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Extent of the danger and the mayhem that his people will come to face As The Hawk Kindle Taliesen tries to discover Sigarni’s purpose Caswallon must attempt to unite the clans to overcome their greatest peri Instead of offering a straight seuel to Ironhand’s Daughter Gemmell delivers a bizarre semi seuel set mostly in an alternate universe utilising the same idea of Gateways between realities as in Dark Prince It pays off for this time Gemmell gets to introduce some new enthralling heroes and Signari’s presence is kept to a minimum That’s great because her story was already told in the first book For the new heroes Caswallon is the introspective loner Gaelen the scarred and powerful young boy with a huge destiny before him Gemmell paints his characters in broad strokes and there are some brilliant supporting roles in the likes of strongman Lennox Gaelen’s rival Aswaigne and many others This novel is episodic but totally readable one of those books I couldn’t put down eventually finishing after about a week Clan life in the hills is beautifully portrayed and the woodland scenery is particularly well described Gemmell making the reader feel like he or she is part of the events that transpire Of course there are some fantastic action seuences including the life or death struggle of the Games the many skirmishes and the climatic battle which is tremendous Once again there are some supernatural foes to be faced including werehounds and demons and these are skilfully tied in with elements from the first in the series Gemmell even has Jesus Christ as a supporting character and it pays off admirably Only Gemmell could be so boldSomehow this book seems even bloodier than usual for the author whether it be in the blooddrenched fight scenes or in the unpleasant deaths for the enemies of the Aenier – something called the ‘blood eagle’ which is a mixture of crucifixion and having one’s ribcage pulled apart so that the ribs stick out like broken wingsUnforgettable imagery enthralling action and great heroes – Gemmell delivers all three in spades and the result is a superb read

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The Hawk EternalWhile the warlike and merciless Aenir wreak havoc upon the territory outside the mountain stronghold of the clans Sigarni the Hawk ueen arrives in a parallel version of her own universe through a gate in space a This one was a disappointmentIf you're expecting a seuel to Ironhand's Daughter you're not gonna get it here This feels like a separate novel an overstretched novella to be precise It could have been finished in just a few chapters and isn't really worth the time We get too less of Sigarni and nothing of other characters that made the first book a great read Not a real waste of time but one you can do without