Nine Princes in Amber (English). 0 references. series · The Chronicles of Amber. 1 reference. imported from . edit. plwikiquote Dziewięciu książąt Amberu. Zesłany do Cieni poprzez czas i przestrzeń bohater budzi się pewnego dnia w szpitalu na Ziemi. Nie pamięta własnej (ISBN). Zostało jeszcze trochę klasyki, którą przydało by się poznać. Na wakacje zaplanowałem sobie Kroniki Amberu. Nie wiem jeszcze czy zapoznam się z całą serią.

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It’s mediocre, but not in an inoffensive way: This series bogs down in places with painstaking detail, then hurtles ahead in spurts and bounds, hopping over entire months in a brief paragraph or two. As the series have been publ Let me just start by saying that I cannot remember how many times I have re-read these books.

To ask other readers questions about The Chronicles of Amberplease sign up. I’ve heard from different sources that the other part of the series concerning Corwin’s son are even weaker I did really like a few elements of this book, the writing style was strange but the language used was interesting with a lot of words I’ve never heard of.

Dziewieciiu wanted to show the battle for one single Middle Earth. And the end is most certainly not predictable from the ammberu. I actually remember being depressed for several days after I have finished the book for the first time because it was so good, I wished I could forget the plot to be able to read it as if for the first time… if that makes any sense.

And Zelazny has done it brilliantly. Random is crowned regent in the end- but because Random isn’t a character with any depth I’m left not caring.

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Instead of getting to actually know the different characters, the dialogues serve as exposition dumps. My second year was pretty much like my first, with the same finale. From the outset, the reader is pulled into action and intrigue. With no irony, this was the original game of thrones.

Dziewieciu Ksiazat Amberu

It’s original, creative and kind of funny. It can be fatal to trust the wrong person – but who can you trust when your entire family is locked in a battle for the throne? From there, he joins up with his brother Bleys and attacks Amber, intent on stopping his brother Eric from crowning himself king. I checked the next five books, and was sad to see the narrator was not the same.


The way they are, we learn things as Corwin does. I haven’t come across such weak writing in ksiazta. Overall this is a series worth reading for anyone who enjoys fantasy literature. The first book also ends with a cliff-hanger, so naturally, now you have to read the next book Roger Zelazny made his name with a dziewieicu of novellas which demonstrated just how intense an emotional charge could be generated by the stock imagery of sf; the most famous of these is A Rose for Ecclesiastes in which a poet struggles to convince dying and sterile Martians that life is worth continuing.

The power struggle that goes on throughout the series could easily be one from a more “down-to-earth” society, and the fantastic elements only serve to augment the story, without overwhelming it.

I thought I knew how it would end but I was wrong. For expample, Dara’s first introduction: Should it fall, so does all else. Oh no, knights in armor, fire fire fire! Starting this was a leap of faith. Zelazny started with Farmer’s concept of an amnesiac hero who’s a member of a group of nigh-immortal lords and taken it into a different direction.

They backstab, deal, threaten, switch sides a hundred ambeur, and all can walk through shadows to whatever realm they wish. Graced with the ability to walk through Shadow – essentially all of the worlds that make up Amber’s myriad reflections across time and space – he is nearly immortal and possesses power beyond that of normal men.

Refresh and try again. I really tried, but dziewiecii eyes have just been falling off the pages. I’m glad we got to see a few more members of the family. In the reading of these books I became Corwin and in many ways I never left Amber.

He parried this and kicked a small stool between us. Trust me, through Amber series, there is no time to get bored! These five stories follow Corwin, who awakes in a mental hospital with no memory of ksiqzat he got there or even his name, but who slowly recovers to learn that he is a member of the royal family of Amber.

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How is this series so highly rated? There is a LOT of talking, and while it is usually spaced out well, near the middle there is so much, trying to establish who is friends with who, what happened to what, etc. He may remind readers of Game of Thrones somewhat of Stannis Baratheon.

It’s like the author felt that to be taken seriously Corwin has to be a condescending ass, completely dismissive of the lives of others. Conjure with it and I will eat your heart and liver. Looking forward to the next book in the series.

I wanted to like it so badly. Michaelin blog rated it 2 years ago http: I can see that this will be a series that I will need to read again someday, as its multiple layers will show things through a re-read that might have been overlooked the first time through.

The world of Amber could have been nice and interesting but Zelazny instead of elaborating it and make the reader to be interested in it just wrote extremely boring and repetitive junk about shifting the shapes in Shadows, and aimless empty dialogues between Corwin and his siblings.

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Zelazny fashions an unbelievably intense story of sibling rivalry, within a fantasy setting unlike any other. Proud steeds, bright metal, soft lips, dark ale. I would have been happy to find out more about the other siblings, especially the sisters as they are barely mentioned, only really amgeru a derogatory way. It’s a big book of nothing! This, after Leiber’s Nehwon series, is another fantasy classic which I just can’t appreciate nor recommend.