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The Hawk Eternal review ì eBook or Kindle ePUB ð 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 parallel version of her own universe through a gate in space and time Taliesen last of the gatekeepers has no idea why she has come But heEs the true extent of the danger and the mayhem that his people will come to face As Taliesen tries to discover Sigarni’s purpose Caswallon must attempt to unite the clans to overcome their greatest peri. SpoilersAs a book on it's own an amazing and engaging experience However as a second book to Ironhand's Daughter it feels a bit disjointed Time travel books tend to be uite iffy and difficult to manage and I think David Gemmell introduced an interesting theory and system for time travel that leaves the imagination running wild at the possibilities between the different universes I had fun trying to piece together the chronology of Taliesen's story and how it all wove into the first bookSome of my grips though As the only other book in Sigarni's world however I do feel like too many pieces are left out Oddly enough I found this book rushed than Ironhand's Daughter although both jumped over huge chunks of 'several years later' that was done unfortunately rather inelegantly in my opinion Where some may have liked the 'Jesus Christ' reference in the book though I felt it a rather slap in the face and marred the ending for me somewhat Perhaps it was just my personal religious views but somehow it felt like the entire book was just building up to that moment Especially how the Hawk Eternal is mentioned by Taliesen almost like a revered being The part about how his master can't uite recall it at the moment decided to shut down the gates also felt a little anti climatic rather than revelatory

review Ê eBook or Kindle ePUB Ñ David Gemmell

Pace and 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–realiz. 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

David Gemmell Ñ 3 read

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 s. 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