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Return to Book Page. Preview — Evermeet by Elaine Cunningham. Rich in magic and treasure, to those fogotten hear of its legends it is the ultimate paradise. To the beleaguered elves of Toril it is the ultimate refuge.

But to many it is the ultimate prize.

At the heart of its story is Amlaruil, Queen of All Elves. When Evermeet comes under massive, devastating attack, her sacrifice holds the last hope of saving Serene, beautiful, inviolate. When Evermeet comes under massive, devastating attack, her sacrifice holds the last hope of saving the elven homeland. Mass Market Paperbackpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

To ask other readers evermert about Evermeetplease sign up. Is it a series? See 1 question about Evermeet…. Lists with This Book. Feb 09, David rated it it was amazing Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. One of my two favorite books. I was in awe the first time I read it.

Fvermeet admit I am a huge fan of elves so I was drawn to the book, but it is so much more then ever,eet. The characters, the history, the way it jumps from present to past and weaves everything together.

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I loved it so much I read it once a year for 7 years. The arrival of the elves on Toril, the rise and wars of the elven kingdoms, Vhoori and his power and inventiveness. The Starjammer ships that lead to the creation of the fleet. The hi One of my two favorite books.

The history of the Moonblades, the High Mages, Elaith best good.

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Wonderful book, written in the same manner as Cormyr forgptten Novel which I also really enjoyed. Elves are so often written stereotypically, but Elaine Cunningham in all her novels always makes them a bit different, brings them to life, and makes me form attachments.

This was among the first Realms novels I read and I have been attached ever since. I was very disappointed to here that Evermeet is no more.

So much love, storytelling, character creation, personalities and beauty gone. As long as I have this book and my love for it, Evermeet will remain a living breathing place, a refuge for the elves.

Aug 20, Steve rated it it was amazing. This novel gets a perfect score, five Beholders out of five Beholders. In my estimation, when a novel is written, Evermeet: Island of the Elves is the book that it is compared to. And, it is hard to compare to this book, really. The book is great, in that it weaves in and out of different plots, which is the plot of the book itself!


The characters are all mostly excellent. In theory, there should have been a lot of misses here. Well, surprisingly, there is. Island of the Elves, that just blows me away. For example, there still- believe it or not- is a date in which we have evermset canon that Amlauril and Zaor were married. But, even this one criticism, I do not attribute to Elaine.

Aug 10, Jesse rated it really liked it Shelves: This was everneet great bit of Forgotten Realms lore.

Cunningham is, as far as cheap fantasy goes, one of the best authors in the Realms. This book spans thousands of years and tells the story of the elves, from their myths about gods, to the legends about when they arrived on the planet of Aber-Toril, all the way to the most currant history about the elven isle of Realm.

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 raelms bit of Forgotten Realms lore. Some of the long names and history jumping between chapters became a little confusing, but over all, I really enjoyed it as a great peice of Forgotten Realms history. Apr 15, Kagan Oztarakci rated it liked it. That may be true, but when one is right, one need not apologize prevaricate. Just because you can do a thing, it does not follow that you must.

Feb 23, Jesse rated it really liked it Shelves: This is the beginning of my great quest to read all of the Forgotten Realms stories in chronologically order.

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Evermeet: Island of the Elves by Elaine Cunningham

I plan on reading books in-between, so who knows how long this will take. I will be using this websites http: Most of this stories relates how Araushnee, goddess of arts and destiny, was mad about everyone loving Corellon.

She was evermeeh banished to the Abyss layer 66 I believe and became Lolth. Overall, a good telling of this myth, told in a very mythological style, assuming that’s a thing. Despite the embedded fantasy racism, it does make some sense that, in the early day, when the gods and their people we much closer, those who would become Drow would be elvees influenced by their creator, and the modern-day Drow suffer under the same curse, fair or not. So, good job Corellon? Of course, this could also easily be mythologized rhetoric attempting to explain why, later during the Crownwars, those Drow are evil and you shouldn’t feel bad about killing them.

Next up, a few stores for the book Realms of the Elves https: Oct 02, JJ rated it really liked it. Island of Elves forgotyen an ambitious novel and an entertaining one. In it, Elaine Cunningham relates stories that take place during thousands of years of Elvish history. Forhotten novel contains much that is entertaining, exciting, engaging, and intriguing. Readers are witness to everything from the early strivings of the Elvish gods to the millennia-later decline of the realm of Evermeet.


There are many fabulous stories in this book; there are fierce and bloody battles with many fell monsters, t Evermeet: There are many fabulous stories in this book; there are fierce and everjeet battles with many fell monsters, there are delicate epves of moonlit beauty with unicorns and palaces, there is much magic, and there is much more as well.

Evermeet is an ambitious book and it is executed ekves. It is mostly entertaining through its almost page length. This reader only felt a bit bogged down during some of the tales of Elvish politics and court intrigue.

Elvish names, for the most part, are long and complicated and it was not always easy to sort out who was allied with whom, and it was not always easy to keep track of family lineages. Otherwise, this long novel contains a wide range of stories, presented as a history being compiled by a scholar, that fogrotten thrilling, magical, and fun.

Even though Evermeet is a Dungeons and Dragons novel that takes place in the Forgotten Realms setting, it also stands outside of this gaming connection as a thrilling and well-crafted novel realm high fantasy.

Jul 31, Christopher rated it it was amazing. The book covers thousand elfes years of history charting events across a wide amount of time and space. The characters are well written and rounded and you are left with the feeling that you hope that others would revisit them at later dates.

The story often leaps thousands of years on from each character sequence makng you want to know what happened to those characters. All in all the author does an excellent job of presenting well rounded characters even when they only appear briefly. Oct 01, Mark od it really liked it Shelves: One thing about my taste in books that hasn’t changed from my young and dumb days is that I love books like this, which tell the history of a place over a long period of time.

It doesn’t have to focus long on any one time period. Just show little vignettes as time goes by and this is cool. Evermeet is this sort of book for the elves of the Forgotten Realms setting, and it is cool, even when there are like, space elves that crash down and join the commune or whatever. That part was a little weird. But Evermeet isn’t there to think deeply about it – just enjoy what comes along. It’s not bad at all. Apr 29, Piyush rated it liked it. Elvish history of surface elves, very easy to read and not intensive.