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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I did simply not care enough for the characters for the most part. The norn Gullik Ascalin is a bit stereotypical, but the rest are really good.

But the characters had to breach into the city full of ghosts, through legions of Charrs and whole journey was supposed to asclon hard and impossible.

An Elder Scrolls Novel. Even though I am still craving for more, I still feel quite content about how the story ended.

I bought this book because the in-game lore is of interest to me, and because I plan on playing Guild Wars II. At Ghozts, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. Nov 12, Lauren Branning rated it it was amazing. You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: The once mighty kingdom became a haunted shadow of its former glory.

And this is only the beginning.

Tales are often recited by the characters in the book to help deliver the backstory of all five playable races, including a depiction of King Adelbern ‘s unprecedented use of the Foefire to defend Ascalon City from the charr.

I Will Not Eat People. Book Three of the Restoration Series. While there were many details I wish the authors could have elaborated on, all the relevant information was there so I could follow the story with ease, and not once did I feel confounded by the timeline of the major happenings in the lore.


Ratings and Reviews 5 10 star ratings 5 reviews. That and I had gotten used to the fact that game tie-ins are notoriously bad about giving background information, as if they expect anyone picking it up to be an uber fan of the game and already vhosts all that knowledge. Although you may fall in love with Ember, watch for that.

Item s unavailable for purchase. How it made me cry after a character not naming names that i grew attached to died. Which hybrid smartwatch should I buy?

Guild Wars – Ghosts of Ascalon by Matt Forbeck – ISBN: (Titan Books Ltd)

Mar 02, Sentoki rated it really liked it. Expected stuff for a new teenage reader.

Without the artifact, there is no hope for peace between humans and charr—but the undead king who rules Ascalon won’t give it up easily, and not everyone wants peace! I refuse to give any big spoilers in this article, because I don’t think that’s fair. I found myself thinking “I was there.

I recommend this book to those who have have played Guild Wars 2 and to those w Guild Wars: I don’t say it’s bad, I loved the characters, mostly Gullik -bless him- but the travel took so much of the book, and the stay in Ascalon so few. The Rose and the Thorn. Although at this point, ArenaNet has only officially revealed the warriorelementalist and ranger classes, we also see specific mention of both the necromancer and the mesmer.

Ghosts of Ascalon is based around a band of characters who were commissioned by Kryta’s Queen Jennah in a roundabout way to find an ancient charr artifact in the ruins of Ascalon City.

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Free eBook offer available to NEW subscribers only. We were fortunate enough to receive an advanced copy of Ghosts of Ascalon last week, which I tore through gbosts record speed — not because of this embargo deadline today, but because it was just that good. To rate and review, sign in. But interesting enough for the lore. Return to Book Page. I felt that the relationship between the Char and the Humans wasn’t expanded on enough seeing as it was the main theme of the book, too many pages were set to the other races and the ascaloon events of the years since Guild Wars 1 … Show more Show less.


Book Four of the Dragon Stones Guld. I’ve never read a book based on a videogame before, so this was a new experience.

He has more than thirty novels and countless games published to date. Aug 01, Talizmyn rated it it was ok Recommends it for: Lists with This Book. The rest of the book would hhosts fun as part of the game but the book itself was meh. To save humankind, Queen Jennah seeks to wats a treaty with the hated charr. Bad Times in Dragon City. The Fall of Reach. The writing style was fluid and natural. One of my favorite battles is towards the beginning, when they face the giant and almost fail to beat him.

The mission holds some importanc After finally wwars read all three books in the Guild Wars universe, it feels as if I have a more complete impression of each book, being able to compare them to each other.

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