elven fighters, including new fighting styles such. FORGOTTEN REALMS® adventures. Until now, as mounted archery, and several new weapons. Evermeet has. Elves of Evermeet (AD&D Fantasy Roleplaying, Forgotten Realms) [Anne Gray McCready] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. For many. Evermeet: Island of Elves (Forgotten Realms) [Elaine Cunningham] on Amazon. com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Serene, beautiful, inviolate. Rich in.

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Rating it amongst the lesser of the forgotten realms novels. The physical differences between elven breeds are slight Gold elves are slightly golden, the Moon Elves pale white with blue highlights and the differences between individual elves comes in two flavors – earnest, forthright, and dutiful or else they’re rascist, arrogant, and conniving. In my estimation, when a novel is written, Evermeet: It came across as rushed and not fleshed out. See 1 or about Evermeet…. There are many fabulous stories in this book; there are fierce and bloody battles with many fell monsters, there are delicate scenes of moonlit beauty with unicorns and palaces, there is much magic, and there is much more as well.

Aug 07, Michelle Joy rated it it was amazing.

Evermeet: Island of the Elves

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Long time span and scope starting with an event in elven pantheon, arrival of elves in Toril, to migration of elves on Evermeet. Island of Elves is an ambitious novel and an entertaining one. Evermeet is an ambitious book and it is executed well.


It was almost too much. This one was or heavy with trying to keep names, genealogies, past actions and developing enmities in line. In it, Elaine Cunningham relates stories that take place during thousands of years forgotteh Elvish history.

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Apr 15, Kagan Oztarakci rated it forgothen it. Elvish history of surface elves, very easy to read and not intensive. Wonderful lorebook on Faerun’s elves. Open Preview See a Problem? Wow, that was ambitious.

These posts will contain spoiler and not be fodgotten in a timely manner. Some of the long names and history jumping between chapters became a little confusing, but over all, I really enjoyed it as a great This was a great bit of Forgotten Realms lore.

The hi One of my two favorite books. I’m not sure if three or four stars would reflect my view more soundly. Other books in the series. So much love, storytelling, character creation, personalities and beauty gone. It is mostly entertaining through its almost page length. Aug 20, Steve rated it it was amazing. An ambitious book by an always likable writer, “Evermeet” doesn’t completely fulfill the promise of its premise – a Michener-esque generational epic about the history of Elves on Faerun, centered around the events leading up to creation of the sanctuary island and the consequences afterward.


The history of the Moonblades, the High Mages, Elaith best good. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

Evermeet: Island of the Elves by Elaine Cunningham

Most of the cast members in this generational epic come and go quickly and barely progress beyond sketches two twin brothers show up as bratty preteens, only for their next appearance to be as adults, being eaten by a Lovecraftian kaiju, but only in another character’s recollection.

Elvish names, for the most part, are long and complicated and firgotten was not always easy to sort out who was allied with whom, and it was not always easy to keep track of family lineages. I plan on reading books in-between, so who knows how long this will take. Oct 01, Mark rated it really liked it Shelves: Political struggle between many races of elves especially between gold elves and moon elves.

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Just because you can do a thing, it does not follow that you must. And apparently I’m not the only one. And, it is hard to compare to this book, really. So, good job Corellon? Island of Elves by Elaine Cunningham http: