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De wraak (Trinity #2)

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De gebeurtenissen raken in een stroomversnelling. Duidelijk is alleen dat de Triniteit de wraakzuchtige god Orlac ervan kan weerhouden het rijk te vernietigen. De Triniteit zelf blijft echter een groot mysterie. Torkyn Gynt, door een wonder gered van de dood, zoekt een veilig onderkomen in het Kernwoud. Maar de macht van Orlac neemt verder toe en Torkyn zal ook daar niet l ...more
Paperback, 399 pages
Published 2008 by Luitingh Sijthoff (first published January 1st 2002)
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Kim
Nadat ik deel 1 in de trilogie had gelezen, wilde ik natuurlijk meteen deel 2 ook lezen. En dat heb ik inmiddels gedaan. Deel 2 is net zo spannend, zo mogelijk nog spannender dan deel 1. Inmiddels is duidelijk dat alleen de triniteit het land Tallinor nog kan redden van de ondergang. De held Tor weet eigenlijk helemaal niet wat dat precies inhoudt. Hij is uit de dood herrezen en moet nu op zoek gaan naar die bewuste triniteit. Dit moet hij doen zonder zijn geliefde Alyssa. Zij is nog steeds in d ...more
Taf
Wow wow wow!!! Fiona never fails to impress. This is her 1st trilogy and having read all the others this one is just as good. She takes you so deep into the world of the characters, sleep becomes a thing of the past as you hungerly devour each page and cannot get enough. Just started Destiny(bk3) and I know it will live up to this brilliant read
Emily
This is not the strongest of fiona McIntosh work. Likely because (it is my understanding) that this is her very early work, if not her first series. I enjoyed learning more about the plot and characters and what made them tick. It frustrates me how Goth keeps escaping death. And why is he so evil in the first place? I find his motives lacking. The biggest disappointment for me was how little Sallementro is in the novel. He is in the prologue of the first book and he seems to be important yet he ...more
Annemieke
Great book, cant wait untill i find the third book!
Moffatleone
Not as good as the first book - but still an enjoyable read. Will have a break before reading the last in the trilogy.
Annaleise
Not going to lie, I skim read lots of this. The writing has not improved from the first-book-struggles that were evident in Betrayal; in fact, I think the writing is marginally worse, and I just can't be bothered with it. It certainly doesn't help that I tend to read 2-3 books at a time, and I am currently reading Anthony Doerr's book, All the Light We Cannot See - which is (so far...) a hauntingly beautiful and far more compelling read.
Matt
I've read many books over the years, but none was just as captivating as this one. Revenge is an amazing continuation of the story created by Betrayal, and even still keeps you holding on for more.

There were many times that important characters NEARLY met each other, but missed each other by moments and had to meet later in the book. It kept me captivated, ensuring I heard the end of each path that each character took.
Fergus
Revenge is the second book in the trinity series and is a 500-600 page book just like the first one. In this book You get to learn more about Tor and the truth and you continue to see his great sorrow. The book really potrays his great love for Alyessa and continues to have mistrey and intrugue and keep the two of them apart.
Katri
Not as good as the first chapter, but rather kept me reading in the dark hours of August. The writing was entertaining once again, but the characters and storyline seemed to drag by the end of it. I do like the structures and creatures of her world, and will want to hear the end of it.
Mariacarolyn Mendoza
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The author emphasize that love lingers not only to mortals but also to the Gods. It's amazing to realize or feel that Gods like humans have their flaws and weaknesses.........well its fiction



Fergus Smith
same as previous book it was good but i thought that the author was just trying to stretch the storyby adding unneccasary parts
David


Much better and a stronger narrative than the first book. I'm actually looking forward to the conclusion.
Ellise
I good book! It kept me reading and at times it was very thrilling! I would always regret putting it down! :)
Karen
Great second book, really takes you through the next stage of the journey well.
Margareth8537
Enjoyed this more than the first book, so will give the third a try
Mai-ana
Really enjoyed this one, can't wait to start the next one!
Quigui
Mar 12, 2010 Quigui marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
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Rhonda
really enjoying this series
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