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The Eye of the Chained God (The Abyssal Plague #3)

3.85  ·  Rating Details  ·  53 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
In the aftermath of the plague demons' attack on Fallcrest, Roghar's inspiring optimism has played a significant role in the rebuilding of the town. Albanon, meanwhile, has not recovered so well. Tormented by his experiences and his near-transformations first by Vestapalk then by Kri, he has retreated to Moorin's tower, where he immerses himself in books. He is the last me ...more
384 pages
Published (first published January 1st 2012)
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Jan 02, 2014 Justin rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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This was an enjoyable read, and a satisfying conclusion to the Nentir Vale's trial with the abyssal plague. What began with a small core of characters in book one has broadened to a much larger party by book three. It is probably the case that the focus on some of the individual characters suffered as a result, but by the end of the book it is still the case that most of the major character arcs had reached at least a sort of conclusion.

The main character of the novel continues to be Albanon, t
While this wasn't a terrible read, with all the hype about the Abyssal Plague event in the past year or so I expected more. As a book from Don Bassingthwaite, I expected more. While it had decent action scenes, the book seemed to be rushed. This wasn't the worst D&D series I've read, but it definitely wasn't the best either.
Aug 08, 2012 John rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: sf-fantasy
Last volume of trilogy featuring a dragon who spreads a mind control plague and the Heroes who save the world. Long, routine, predictable S&S--and that's from just reading the first and last 20 or so pages.
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Don lives with his partner in Toronto, surrounded by gadgets, spice jars, and too many books.

No, I don’t normally refer to myself in the third person. That’s the official author bio from the back of my most recent books. You want some other trivia?

I’m a fan of the serial comma.
I’m a huge fan of breakfast cereal.
I own one (and only one) stuffed animal — a Highland cow from Edinburgh named “Ewan
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