Polgara, daughter of Belgarath and Poledra, narrates this epic final volume in the David Eddings, Author Del Rey $ (p) ISBN Polgara the Sorceress is an immortal sorceress in the The Belgariad and The Malloreon. She is the (many generations removed) aunt of Belgarion and the. Polgara the Sorceress is a fantasy novel by David and Leigh Eddings, and the twelfth and final novel in the setting of The Belgariad, The Malloreon and.

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Over the years, she maintained a relationship with the descendants of Beldaran and Riva that would eventually become her life’s work. According to various historical dates listed in Belgarath the Sorcerer and Polgara the Sorceress we are able to determine that Polgara and Beldaran were born in the year A.

This is the story of the Queen of truth, love, rage and destiny eeddings which within the first few pages will take you on the most astonishing fantastical journey into the vale of Aldur.

No one can compare within modern fantasy writing like Eddings, whose distinctive style and unique flair is second to none and which is at the top with all the greatest writers of polfara genre. But as darkness falls so will too the luck and love that Polgara possess which have up until now saved the world… This has to be the crowning achievement of the greatest fantasy epic ever, where once again David and Leigh display the scope of imagination, humor and sheer depth of storytelling power which has made this series so popular for fantasy lovers in modern times.

Her eyes were very large, and luminous, and their color changed with her mood, ranging from a light blue so pale as to be virtually gray to a deep lavender. When I first started reading the Belgariad I thought Polgara was extremely dry and I fddings understand everyone’s affection for her, she just didn’t seem like the mothering type of figure to me that they were portraying tje as.


The first prequel tells a first person n Originally published on my blog here in September Polgara the Sorceress is the second sorceresss to the Belgariad and Malloreon series. She became an expert in not being noticed, often living in the towns of Favid. Preview — Polgara the Sorceress by David Eddings.

The story is told in such a way that I could almost feel my heart break every time something terrible happened, showing how awful it can really be to have a lifespan as long as Polgara’s. Polgara the Sorceress 1 8 Feb 22, The only redeeming feature of this terrible book is the last few pages of the last chapter not the forgettable epilogueand that is only for the nostalgia.

Suffered through “Belgarath the Sorcerer” despite it being the extended version of history we already knew. Audible Mar Audible Studios.

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Although generally viewed as less powerful than her illustrious father partly because so much of what she did was of necessity kept secretPolgara was able to do a number of things that Belgarath could not, due in part to the secret tutelage of her mother.

Jan 09, Adam Knight rated it it was ok. Originally published on my blog here in September There are also some inconsistencies from the earlier texts which is only natural, over so much time. One lock of her hair turned silver, at his touch, marking her forever as a sorceress. Eventually, it was revealed that one of the twins was to wed Rivathe king of a newly formed subdivision of the Alorn kingdom of Aloria.

Belgarath with Beldaran’s help eventually negotiated an uneasy peace, and Polgara began her academic training.

May 03, Stacey rated it really liked it Shelves: Polgara the Sorceress begins with Ce’Nedra entreating Polgara to write a book about her life, filling in the gaps left by her father’s story, Belgarath the Sorcerer. Depressingly, I sorceresss it’s a better book in a lot of ways than Belgarath the Sorcerer – the material is largely new and entertaining and, with the exception of the almost word-for-word repeat of the Vo Mimbre section, is paced fairly well.

My daughters have even recruited their friend The Belgariad Series and the Mallorean Series are hands down one of the best science fiction series ever written. Articles lacking reliable references from April All articles lacking reliable references Pages to import images to Wikidata.


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Although the male disciples tended to be gray-haired, Polgara remained young. The different author attribution of this and Belgarath the Sorcerer apparently reflects not a change in how David Eddings’ books are written, but is more an overdue acknowledgement.

I thought I wouldn’t like this book as much as I do the original series, because it doesn’t have all the characters I’ve come to know and love aside from Polgara, Belgarath, and a handful of others.

Also, in all the years of writing about the Belgarion world, Eddings seems not to have developed one iota as a writer. This is still an excellent read even though Edrings have very little sympathy with the so called heroine, because Eddings is just a brilliant story teller. Quite frankly, you are not going to get anything from this book that Eddings has not already told countless times in the earlier books of the Belgarion world. Eddungs sum up, Polgara the Sorceress is probably for fans only.

Having to go through it all onceagain in Polgara’s tale was nigh on insufferable. A relatively young Polgara spent many years in the Arendish duchy of Vo Wacune, where she mitigated the Arendish civil wars.

Polgara the Sorceress

When the Rivan King Beldaran’s descendant was assassinated, Polgara became the guardian of a secret line of surviving heirs, incognito in Sendaria and its neighboring domains. I love David Eddings, Polgara is simply annoying. Instead, she sounds exactly like Belgarath throughout.

Lists with This Book. It’s nice to see things from Polgara’s perspective, but a lot of what I was most interested in was skipped over.