Path of the Seer #2020

Path of the Seer Gav Thorpe Path of the Seer The second book in the best selling Eldar series by Gav Thorpe The ancient eldar are a mysterious race and each devotes their life to a chosen path that will guide their actions and decide their fate

  • Title: Path of the Seer
  • Author: Gav Thorpe
  • ISBN: 9781849700818
  • Page: 191
  • Format: Paperback
  • Path of the Seer Gav Thorpe The second book in the best selling Eldar series by Gav Thorpe.The ancient eldar are a mysterious race and each devotes their life to a chosen path that will guide their actions and decide their fate Thirianna abandons her simple existence to embark upon the mysterious Path of the Seer She will tread a dark and dangerous road that leads her to the otherrealm of the warp,The second book in the best selling Eldar series by Gav Thorpe.The ancient eldar are a mysterious race and each devotes their life to a chosen path that will guide their actions and decide their fate Thirianna abandons her simple existence to embark upon the mysterious Path of the Seer She will tread a dark and dangerous road that leads her to the otherrealm of the warp, where daemons are made flesh and nightmares are manifest For only there can she realise her psychic abilities After unleashing her powers in battle and communing with the spirits of her craft world, Thirianna turns her skills to discerning the future amidst the myriad strands of fate Her visions reveal a great threat descending on Alaitoc, and both the living and the dead will march to war to defend it.
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    1. So, I would like to start by saying that the depiction of the Farseer in general in this novel is amazing I loved every second of it The becoming a seer and looking into the Skein, the rune craft, all that jazz.Secondly, I think Gav got his characters down in this one Some of the characters Korlandril I am looking at you seemed a little forced in his last book, the Path of the Warrior, but they felt much natural in this one I love Thirianna as a character, and I love her story I honestly want t [...]

    2. This is book is pretty amazing I found it very enlightening for understanding my warhammer army and the different troops and characters It is very well written and has great characters with relatable qualities I like fluff a lot so this will give me some great imagination and role playing for what my Eldar Army is doing on the table during a game And give me inspiration on how they will work together.

    3. I loved this book and not just because I won the dedication competition and so am, in a small way, part of it The insight into Eldar culture and into the particularities of Farseeing was a wonderful experience, as was the way it complemented what we already knew from Path of the Warrior.Eldar life is a multifaceted thing and I cannot wait until it is complemented and completed by Path of the Outcast.

    4. Clearly better then the previous one the evolution of the main character Thrianna is fluid and natural than the on rails forced Korlandril warrior s path The parts about the skein and webway, with a little glimpse of the Dark Eldar was really good All in all it s really hard to review books from the Path trilogy as separate entities they re pretty much one story told from three different POVs, so onwards to the Path of the Outcast for me and you, to find out if it all holds together or falls ap [...]

    5. Solid follow up to Path of the Warrior My main criticism is how the multiple perspectives one for each in the trilogy all lead up to a climactic battle That would be great, but both Path of the Warrior and Path of the Seer only dedicate 30 or so pages out of 400 to this battle Having to retread the entire story through another perspective just to get to the good part makes it hard to justify re reading it again in Path of the Outcast.

    6. great book it took me a little to finally get into it but I m glad I kept going it s a great sci fi fantasy and I love the many action scenes the crazy magic is great an explained very well, which just creates a awsome world.

    7. The one thing to truly keep in mind when reading Path of the Seer is this Same story, different perspective Rather than serving as a sequel to Path of the Warrior the book is instead set in the same timeframe, with the second of our merry trio of space elves, Thirianna, learning the ways of the seer Interlinked at a number of distinct points with the last novel, we see her growth as a character and another facet of eldar existence through her eyes.Thirianna herself is the biggest step up from th [...]

    8. I really wanted to like this book When I first heard of the series, I figured it would be a very good look at the Eldar, an intriguing race in the WH 40K universe In the end, even though the book has some interesting moments, and some action, a lot of it was a drag to read I will disclose I have not read the first book in the series, but I will note that you can read this one on its own quite well You get enough references to the previous one that you can probably do just fine Some of the issues [...]

    9. Not as good as the first, but still fun and enjoyable Thirianna is not as interesting a protagonist, or as well defined, but her story is still interesting.

    10. From the first pages you realize that this book is not a sequal for Path of the Warrior, but rather a re accounting of the tale told by Korlandril Also, you see immediately how this is going to be a trilogy there are three protagonists.As all retelling of tales, like the Horus Heresy, the interesting thing is that details become huge plot twists, and the other way around Only this book does a much better job at it.The story is not just tell the story from the eyes of another character , but can [...]

    11. Review in progress Overall I m enjoying this book Thirianna is certainly a better thought out and relatable character than Korlandril was, and her journey is believable within both the scope of an individual finding themselves and growing emotionally, in addition to the being a believable Eldar character progression based on what the reader knows about the race Character Thirianna is still very childish, or accurately selfish I m sure Mr Thorpe was intending on reminding the readers that the [...]

    12. This is a trilogy of books about 3 Altioc eldar and a set of events that lead to an invasion of Altioc.We have seen the Warrior path and in this book we get to see the seer say that 3 times fast It s another good read and a fascinating insight into how the eldar craftworlds function and how the path works for the eldar keeping them safe from the attention of she who thirsts.It does have a little middle book syndrome though I think it s made a little worse because the major universe events are al [...]

    13. One of the main flaws of this book is that in order to read it, you should first have read Path of the Warrior Nothing wrong there, this is a sequel after all The problem is that it tells the same story as the earlier novel, just from a different perspective It also never adds anything new or interesting to the story.In the last novel we got to follow Korlandril down the path of the warrior In this one we have his friend Thirianna and her path to becoming a seer.Just as in the last book, everyth [...]

    14. The second novel in the Eldar series is a very solid sequel of the first one, even if the word sequel may not be very precise when describing it Path of the Seer is of a retelling to the events we saw in Path of the Warrior , but while in book one we saw the story unfolding trough the eyes of Korlandril, an artist who becomes a warrior, in Path of the Seer we are using the glare of Thirianna a young seer and friend of Korlandril Just like in book one, Gav Thorpe has managed to create a unique j [...]

    15. This novel is the second of the Path of the Eldar omnibus, which is what I will be basing this review off of Overall though, it was breath taking.Following the second main character of the trio of friends the book revolves around, Thirianna, it captivates her struggles for complete control of the mind and inner peace with amazing finesse The novel goes through every stage of her being, from the beginning of one of her closest friend s return, to the end when an Imperial Naval Fleet launched an a [...]

    16. I was initially apprehensive in picking up this book as I had known some not so good review being said about the first book of the series And thus imagine the suprise I got when I start to go through path of the seer with the Main character in this book, Thiriana It was a very good description on the training of the seer as well as giving the 40k reader an insight into the culture and lifestyle of the enigmatic eldar race I feel that it was so well written that it made me fell like picking up my [...]

    17. Following in the elegant and understated style of Path of the Warrior, this novel is too introspective for the grim darkness of the far future I think the weakest part of the book for me was the main character because I couldn t sympathize with her and at times I actually disliked her The book has a very interesting portrayal of how Eldar deal with post traumatic stress disorder and how they compartmentalize their feelings by adopting a new personality when they wear their war masks The most int [...]

    18. I really enjoyed this book, mainly because I m an Eldar player, and also because it was nice reading something that didn t involve the Imperium for once I found it a little slow to start and the main character not very likable, but then it started to quicken it s pace, and the main character starts to grow on you I also don t feel like you need to have read the other books in the trilogy to understand what s going on, which is always a plus.

    19. Great book and as a Warhammer 40K fan especially the Eldar and Dark Eldar , it was informative to see the inner workings of the how the Eldar use psychic foresight to further their species survival.

    20. Another solid addition to the Warhammer 40K universe Path of the Seer touches upon events related in the previous book, Path of the Warrior, but from the perspective of Korlandril s friend, Thirianna.

    21. Enjoyable only if you really want to know about how Eldar society operates and in particular the Eldar seers ply their trade Otherwise, poorly written and poorly structured One for the tragics only.

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