With the evil wizards Malraun and Narmarkoun seemingly defeated and Malraun s tower falling about his ears, Rod Everlar, the science fiction writer drawn into a world of his own creation, now faces his greatest challenge As Falconfar descends into war, Rod must find the power and the knowledge to fight the first Archwizard, the most feared of the Dooms Lorontar


10 thoughts on “Falconfar

  1. Jon Powell Jon Powell says:

    As someone who binged this series pretty hard, I was very into it until this book I really enjoyed the premise and the promise, enough to ignore some of the flaws in the earlier books This one, though, felt like the author just wanted to finish the series and move on, it read as a rushed conclusion that didn t pay off any of the buildup A poor conclusion can seriously affect how previous works are viewed, and this seriously made me rethink how I viewed the earlier books and whether I would su As someone who binged this series pretty hard, I was very into it until this book I really enjoyed the premise and the promise, enough to ignore some of the flaws in the earlier books This one, though, felt like the author just wanted to finish the series and move on, it read as a rushed conclusion that didn t pay off any of the buildup A poor conclusion can seriously affect how previous works are viewed, and this seriously made me rethink how I viewed the earlier books and whether I would support this author s works in the future if this is how he ends a series


  2. Kivutar Kivutar says:

    This book should have it all Book author travels to the realm of his imagination, has the ability to become the most powerful wizard in the world, beautiful fallen angel warrior at his side Unfortunately it falls short on every point This book is part of a trilogy and as such you expect the hero to take a little bit of time to acclimate to the new world and then shine, but Rod never does He rarely even bumbles into the correct answer His fallen angel becomes a bondage sex slave for at least This book should have it all Book author travels to the realm of his imagination, has the ability to become the most powerful wizard in the world, beautiful fallen angel warrior at his side Unfortunately it falls short on every point This book is part of a trilogy and as such you expect the hero to take a little bit of time to acclimate to the new world and then shine, but Rod never does He rarely even bumbles into the correct answer His fallen angel becomes a bondage sex slave for at least an entire book and the most interesting characters in the whole series is a fat warrior and his bone thin girl friend There are so many other series that do this theme properly that you really should steer clear of this one


  3. Evan Evan says:

    So..they finally wrap it up in this the final book in the series Shortest of the books and that is a good thing as this one just needed to end As noted in my review of the second book, this can be read coherently only if you treat it like a pick your own adventure book and skim over anything that doesn t directly involve the character you are following Tey comes off as a poorly written nerd lust fantasy woman The supposedly central character, Rod, seems like a whiner and an evenin So..they finally wrap it up in this the final book in the series Shortest of the books and that is a good thing as this one just needed to end As noted in my review of the second book, this can be read coherently only if you treat it like a pick your own adventure book and skim over anything that doesn t directly involve the character you are following Tey comes off as a poorly written nerd lust fantasy woman The supposedly central character, Rod, seems like a whiner and an evenincompetent version of Thomas Covenant The only characters who seem to have any spark at all are the Barbarian Thieves, Gar and Isk..maybe if he had had an editor cut out all of Rod and Tey and about 2 3 of the royals..they could have had one decent book revolving around them The EvilTM Wizards seem to be Mr Greenwood s attempt at Mr Goodkind s writingnot a fan of Goodkind so not a fan of this imitation Luckily Mr Greenwood kills them all neatly off in three books The Royals seem to be an imitation of Game of Thrones..again a poor attempt but at least it only takes him three books to kill them all off Overall an adequate finish to a series that really should have been one standalone book with a good rewrite and an editor Just thankful he managed to not make life imitate art and make it a 7 book series There is a scene where the authors house burns with all the Falconfar books in itand I was hoping that was going to be the END..period


  4. Mike Mike says:

    This could have been so good I really enjoyed the first book it even helped inspire my senior project , but the series got steadily worse over books 2 3 There was no character development at all, even in situations that any sane person would call life changing looking at you in particular, Taeauna And the ending, which felt totally undeserved, was inexplicably rushed and seemed to be half realized The only way I can really sum it up is that I like the main characters and the setting This could have been so good I really enjoyed the first book it even helped inspire my senior project , but the series got steadily worse over books 2 3 There was no character development at all, even in situations that any sane person would call life changing looking at you in particular, Taeauna And the ending, which felt totally undeserved, was inexplicably rushed and seemed to be half realized The only way I can really sum it up is that I like the main characters and the setting and that s about it.I might give a fourth book a chance it if wrapped up the myriad loose ends, but that doesn t seem likely


  5. Luc Larose Luc Larose says:

    this book, even after reading two bad books in the serie, was a disapointment.at the end of the book, the hero goes from a doormat of a character to something else he s never taking initiative and always follow his companion, and in the matter of a few pages he s balls deep into her, and they are talking about their future.the whole book feel rushed, you get thrown from adventure to adventure and nothing gets a ending, you dont know what s going to happen afterwards, everything changed and n this book, even after reading two bad books in the serie, was a disapointment.at the end of the book, the hero goes from a doormat of a character to something else he s never taking initiative and always follow his companion, and in the matter of a few pages he s balls deep into her, and they are talking about their future.the whole book feel rushed, you get thrown from adventure to adventure and nothing gets a ending, you dont know what s going to happen afterwards, everything changed and nothing get explained.book to avoid


  6. Dave Foss Dave Foss says:

    I ve seen a lot of mixed reviews for the book, but I really enjoyed it, the whole series was great plenty of action and suspense all the way up till the end the only part I did not like is how the main character is always second guessing himself, gets old after a while I will definitely be looking into somebooks by Ed greenwood.


  7. John Robertson John Robertson says:

    Horrible, misogynistic tripe the finale A complete waste of time The narrator does a decent job but the novel is so bad with no redeeming qualities not even his performance can save it.


  8. Mike Mike says:

    I cannot stress enough to you that you should NOT read this book Seriously, I ve read all types from trash fi silly science fiction books to fantasy books of all kinds, but I ve never encountered a worse series of books than this Falconfar Saga trilogy.I checked all three books out of the library and I would ve stopped with the first one, but I thought to myself, Surely Ed Greenwood wouldn t write this kind of trash It simply must get better I was wrong.Imagine an ambling plot while c I cannot stress enough to you that you should NOT read this book Seriously, I ve read all types from trash fi silly science fiction books to fantasy books of all kinds, but I ve never encountered a worse series of books than this Falconfar Saga trilogy.I checked all three books out of the library and I would ve stopped with the first one, but I thought to myself, Surely Ed Greenwood wouldn t write this kind of trash It simply must get better I was wrong.Imagine an ambling plot while checking off every sin imaginable murder okay, par for fantasy novels , incest, blasphemy, necrophilia, misandry, to name but a few and you have this trilogy.Spare yourself Do NOT read these It s not even worth the free checkout from the library


  9. Kateri Kateri says:

    I actually did not finish this book It s been awhile since I read the last one in the series which, as I go over my review, I apparently didn t like that much and I just couldn t get into it I read the The Story Thus Far and it was so complicated with so many characters and plot lines that even after reading the summary I couldn t really remember what happened in the previous books, and based on the first 60 pages or so this book was going to be just as complicated Definitely a case of to I actually did not finish this book It s been awhile since I read the last one in the series which, as I go over my review, I apparently didn t like that much and I just couldn t get into it I read the The Story Thus Far and it was so complicated with so many characters and plot lines that even after reading the summary I couldn t really remember what happened in the previous books, and based on the first 60 pages or so this book was going to be just as complicated Definitely a case of too many good books, too little time


  10. Ben Ben says:

    Overall this series was good Second book dragged along quite a bit, and I felt like it was not going anywhere There are a lot of characters in book 3 to keep track of, and the last 50 pages could have been developed a lot .