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The Hidden City (The Tamuli, Book 3) (edition 1994)

by David Eddings (Author)

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In the last novel of the Tamuli Trilogy, the knight, Sir Sparhawk, goes to the rescue of his wife, Queen Elhania, who has been kidnaped by a mad god. The demanded ransom is the return of a living gem. By the author of Domes of Fire.
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Title:The Hidden City (The Tamuli, Book 3)
Authors:David Eddings (Author)
Info:Del Rey (1994), Edition: 1st, 457 pages
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I know that David Eddings books are very much a repeated formula from series to series but that does not take away from my enjoyment of them. I first read his books many years ago when I chose them because they were the longest books I could find. I enjoy his characters and the plot and I find that in general they stand up to the test of time as long as you can enjoy the raging sexism. ( )
  KateKat11 | Sep 24, 2021 |
Finally slogged my way all the way to the end of this, "Book 3 of the Tamuli." Characters ran around, killed other characters, rescued lovely maidens/wives in distress, and eventually pretty much all got married.
Again, I know these are huge bestsellers, but they just didn't really do it for me.
(Although, I have to admit, the insights here into Troll culture are pretty funny.) ( )
  AltheaAnn | Feb 9, 2016 |
Good book. Excellent series. ( )
  seldombites | Jan 20, 2013 |
TAMULI
  rustyoldboat | May 28, 2011 |
I liked this series, but I didn't care for this book very much. I can't say much about it without spoiling it, but the ending shouldn't be a surprise for readers of his previous books. Still entertaining, but it really is more of the same old thing. Unless you really like Eddings, don't bother with this series. ( )
  Karlstar | Nov 9, 2009 |
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For Dr. Bruce Gray—For his enthusiam and his technical advice — and for keeping our favorite author (and wife) alive—and for Nancy Gray, R.N., who takes care of everybody else, and negelects to take care of herself. Shape up, Nancy.
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In the last novel of the Tamuli Trilogy, the knight, Sir Sparhawk, goes to the rescue of his wife, Queen Elhania, who has been kidnaped by a mad god. The demanded ransom is the return of a living gem. By the author of Domes of Fire.

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