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It was quirky in its plot, but wide in scope, and the idea behind all these unique magic swords kept me engaged.
Since this is the first book in a new series, and it's well written, there's not a whole lot you need to know about the original series and aren't missing a whole lot if you haven't read any of those books. Well plotted, decently well written, and with characters that you know you're going to see more of later, it's a fun romp in a unique fantasy world but is lacking in those qualities that would catapult it to a 'favorites' or a four star rating.
Worth your time to read, even if you aren't going to be amazed by it. Oct 02, William P. I wish I'd reread the earlier books before I got into this. Saberhagen isn't kind to new and returning readers in this series and I had some Wikipedia sessions trying to remember what I was missing. That said, this is a short, sweet continuation of an interesting, if somewhat puzzling, series. It's definitely more in the Glen Cook camp of fantasy than the Tolkien.
In particular, there's a kind stylistic similarity to the Instrumentalities of Night series. Not really a lot of meat on this one, so I wish I'd reread the earlier books before I got into this. Not really a lot of meat on this one, so we'll see what the further books hold. Feb 01, Jefferson Coombs rated it liked it Shelves: fantasy.
I read the Sword books in high school. I remember liking them and enjoying having the magic revolve around the weapon rather than a person. In this series I remember liking some books more than others so some of them should probably be rated 4 stars but I don't remember which were the better ones, it has been too many years. This will be the same review for all of the books in the series except for the last two which were published after I left high school and so were not read at the same time. Dec 01, Alex rated it it was amazing.
Its been a while so I may blunder but I seem to recall there weren't any exceptions to the awesomeness outside of the fact that the first three were a little slower than the rest. Jun 24, Shannon Appelcline rated it liked it Shelves: fantasy. A nice return to the world, with new villains, new adventures, and lots of swords. Feels like a very direct continuation. On the downside, the "zoltar" sections are slow and the ending is all kinds of deus ex machina or Mary Sue or something. Aug 11, Jeremiah Johnson rated it liked it. The story in this book isn't very well thought out or very interesting, but the idea of the swords is pretty cool.
Apr 10, Iavasul rated it really liked it. Very interesting, kind of dark. Wish I read more of the series. Aug 04, Keith Ford rated it liked it.
Liked this a lot. Especially like the tie-in of different mythologies. Aug 04, Darnell rated it liked it Shelves: scifi-fantasy. Pretty solid story taking the "magic swords" concept and making it actually interesting. The style is old and pulp-inspired, however, so it may be a long time before I read any more from this series.
Oct 15, Xeddicus rated it liked it. Pretty standard and a fairly predictable ending, but OK still. They better go pick up Farslayer, which I'm sure they didn't, though I think it is better than the Sword Trilogy. Some new characters, some old characters. Magic is significant again. The swords are still out there, it is truly another chapter in the swords story. Apr 15, Caerigna Lunaltii rated it really liked it Shelves: fantasy.
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Well done first book to the second series. Good read for all ages. Looking forward to the rest of the series. Dec 12, Mariana rated it liked it. This is an interesting series about swords that are magical. This book raised interesting questions about whether one can heal someone with a developmental disability. Mar 28, Sheri Litton rated it really liked it.
This is the 1st I've read of any of Saberhagens' series and I very much enjoyed it. I like the fact that they can be read stand-alone, but I did just start the 2nd book in this group today. Sep 08, Kevin Zwick rated it really liked it. Love books by Fred Saberhagen. Jul 06, Jennifer rated it liked it. It was good but not very engaging.
I may pick up the rest of the series when I have nothing much else to read. Mar 08, Tristram Taylor rated it liked it. It's a solid continuation of the series. I have a feeling that this book is mostly set up for the rest of the Lost Sword series which is about seven books long. Jan 28, Justin Salisbury rated it liked it Shelves: will-not-read-again.
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This is a rather odd fantasy setting, but I really enjoy these books. Sep 09, Kirsten Simkiss rated it did not like it Shelves: reviewed , dnf. I'm going to come right out and say that I did not finish it. The author makes no attempt to explain anything to those, like me, who picked books up on a whim. There was clearly some manner of war that you get in snapshots, but nothing concrete to fill in what you missed in the previous trilogy. The book also doesn't mention anywhere that there is a I'm going to come right out and say that I did not finish it. The book also doesn't mention anywhere that there is a previous series.
Secondly, I can't actually get into the series because the characters have names that are all over the place. Every time I read a name that is just so foreign in comparison to the other names, it breaks me out of the story and I simply can't enjoy it. I would understand if these characters were from different regions, but there's a kid named Zoltan surrounded by people named Elinor and Mark and Ben and Adrian and Kristin.
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It makes no sense. Definitely do not read this unless you have read all the necessary prerequisites. Otherwise, you will get about as far as I did - about 90 pages in. Sep 08, Chris White rated it really liked it.
Saberhagen blends Greek Mythology with fantasy and does it well. Aug 04, Kate rated it it was ok Shelves: fantasy , fiction , coming-of-age. I think reading it that it may be just the thing for a twelve-year-old.
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Certainly Saberhagen weaves in fantastic details. There are too many gaps and clumsily handled transitions, and the writing is uneven at best. And the sword: from the title the story is all about Woundhealer and yet the only time we see it in action it is utterly helpless.
The First Book Of Lost Swords Woundhealer's Story by Saberhagen, Fred
Nov 03, Stanislas Sodonon rated it did not like it. Don't you just love it when a writer packs so much shit on a character's head that you are convinced you will witness a masterful denouement; then you just get hit with a Deux Ex Machina! Please, no, no, no! Refrain, I beg thee! Jul 23, JR added it. These books a quite small and done last long.
Aug 14, Brent rated it it was ok Shelves: fantasy , fiction. Not as good as I remembered. The premise has stuck with me for over twenty years, but upon re-reading, the lack of charter development really hindered my enjoyment of this series. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers also enjoyed. Science Fiction.