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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Evermeet: Island of the Elves by Elaine Cunningham

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. Is it a series? Brilliant writing by Elaine The difficulty and evermeeh depth jumping around of timelines truly pulled me in. Readers are evermmeet to everything from the early strivings of the Elvish gods to the millennia-later decline of the realm of Evermeet.

Apr 01, Tony rated it really liked it. In theory, there should have been a lot of misses here. My only complaint was the time jumping which did not seem necessary nor did it add to the story. I can’t say I would be into it if I wasn’t so interested in the Forgotten Realms.

Well, surprisingly, there is. Nov 04, Liz rated it it was amazing. For example, there still- believe it or not- is a date in which we have by canon that Amlauril and Zaor were married. To view it, click here. Books by Elaine Cunningham. I very much enjoyed this book. 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 Evermeet.


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 novel gets a perfect score, five Beholders out of five Beholders. Nothing but elves as far as the eye can se 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. In my estimation, when a novel is written, Evermeet: Evermeet is an ambitious book and it is executed well.

The cover shows a woman with human blood when the book centers around elves and their gods. Feb 10, Dana rated it it was ok. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Elves get very bland fast. This eealms was pretty heavy with trying to keep names, genealogies, past actions and developing enmities in line. Really enjoyed this book. So much love, storytelling, character creation, personalities and beauty gone. Oct 02, JJ rated it really liked it. I liked the elven backstory quite a bit. This was a great bit of Forgotten Realms lore.


I’m not sure if three or four stars would reflect my view more soundly. The description is very misleading.

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 ofrgotten was not always easy to keep track of family lineages.

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 story jumped around too much and introduced too many characters. When Evermeet comes under massive, devastating attack, her sacrifice holds the last hope of saving the elven homeland.

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

Ad&d Forgotten Realms – TSR 9430 Elves of Evermeet

Return to Book Page. I was in awe the first time I read it. I was very disappointed to here that Evermeet is no more. Elvish history of surface elves, very easy to read and not intensive. Lists with This Book. Sort of the “Silmarillion” of the “Forgotten Realms” books–easier to read; not as intensive.