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Die Zauberin von Ruwenda. (1990)

von Marion Zimmer Bradley, Julian May, Andre Norton

Reihen: Ruwenda (1)

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Fantasyroman über den Kampf der drei Prinzessinnen von Ruwenda gegen finstere und dämonische, das Reich bedrohende Mächte.
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I was really unsure about this - the book is fairly clearly written for teen girls, and I'm neither :-) The story starts out as looking like it's going to be a standard fantasy epic, with a kingdom overwhelmed by it's hated neighbour with the aid of an evil sorcerer, and the rightful heir forced to flee to the marshlands of her lost kingdom along with her fellow triplets where they have to learn their innate skills in order to win back the kingdom.. Some of the magic they employ, especially the sorcerer, looks to be a lost technology, though, and it's clear that the humans are not necessarily native to this world ( )
  JohnFair | May 11, 2019 |
This is another of those books that I read a long time ago that I can't remember anything about: in fact I never actually remembered reading this book until I saw it sitting on the shelf of a second hand bookshop when (for some unknown reason) I was running my eye over the science-fiction/fantasy shelf (maybe because I was looking for something vaguely interesting, or at least the DS9 books that were set after the series, not that they would be any good, but then I can't really comment on books that I haven't read).
Maybe that should have been a clue as to why this book wasn't any good. I can still remember books that I read in English in high school many, many years ago (Lord of the Flies for instance, or that book about the kid who stole a motorcycle and then proceeded to kill an old lady) but this book, I cannot remember anything about it. However, by perusing the comments on Goodreads I have noticed that not many other people though very highly of it either. Okay, it had three female protagonists and was written by three female authors, but that is not necessarily going to make a book any good.
What makes me wonder though is how multiple authors sit down and write a single book. Do they write a chapter each, or do they hand each other parts of the book to write, and then come together and attempt, in some way, to merge the stories together. Or, as I suspect was the case in this book, they each take a main character (and maybe some minor characters), go away and develop them, and then use their developments to draft the book. I also suspect that they will also sit down around a table and try to nut out how the book will go (though that is probably the easiest part since a lot of fantasy writers these days simply take the plot of Lord of the Rings and change the names, isn't that right Terry Brooks?).
I sort of wonder if there is anything else I can say about this book, and I personally don't think there is. It is sort of like one of those things where you get three famous authors together to collaborate on a work, and the work ends up failing abysmally. It is not really the authors fault, but then again I must admit that of those three authors, this is probably the only book of theirs that I have ever actually read (though I did read another book of Norton's recently and was not all that impressed with it). ( )
  David.Alfred.Sarkies | Apr 13, 2014 |
Classica avventura fantasy, piacevole e ben scritta anche se si notano le tre mani sopratutto nella "spartizione della scena" nelle tre protagoniste/avventure parallele (cosa che, francamente, a me non entusiasma). ( )
  senio | Apr 25, 2013 |
Predictable, unoriginal and flat. The sisters felt two dimensional in character and the plot was obvious. It is not a long read but I struggled through it nonetheless. I would not recommend it. ( )
  Dani12 | Dec 10, 2012 |
Okay, I tried. I did try to enjoy this book. But the first word to pop into my head when trying to read it was "overwrought" and I had to force my way through it, which isn't good. I'm surprised that three authors with so much experience produced a book that was so flat and predictable. ( )
  Silvernfire | Sep 19, 2012 |
Un roman agréable, bien mené, avec trois héroïnes attachantes et une histoire pas trop basique. C'est du conte de fées, mais de haut niveau. Les trois auteures ont chacune leur style, ce qui empêche la monotonie, et le souffle de l'aventure est là. Un seul regret : passer d'une histoire à l'autre sans cesse amène parfois un sentiment de frustration...
hinzugefügt von Ariane65 | bearbeitenScifi-Universe.com, Lujayne M. (Apr 19, 2004)
 

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In the Eighth Hundred after those of Ruwenda came to rule over the swamp wilderness called the Mazy Mire (though not, completely, for they never mastered the intractable Oddlings), legend and history both awoke to record one of those great changes which now and then alter the very balance of the world.
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The Authors co-wrote this story, each taking one of the sisters. Later the authors each wrote another story centering on the sister they had created, remaining true to the story they had created.
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