Lord Soth

Lord Soth There once was a mighty warrior whose jealous passions and neglect of duty led him to lose all that was dear to him his love his life his very spirit His tale is a descent into darkness and evil His

  • Title: Lord Soth
  • Author: Edo Van Belkom
  • ISBN: 9780786905195
  • Page: 103
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • There once was a mighty warrior whose jealous passions and neglect of duty led him to lose all that was dear to him his love, his life, his very spirit His tale is a descent into darkness and evil.His name was Lord Soth, and this is his story.Through deeds of great daring and chivalry as a Knight of Solamnia, Soth earned that order s highest honors His heart was pure anThere once was a mighty warrior whose jealous passions and neglect of duty led him to lose all that was dear to him his love, his life, his very spirit His tale is a descent into darkness and evil.His name was Lord Soth, and this is his story.Through deeds of great daring and chivalry as a Knight of Solamnia, Soth earned that order s highest honors His heart was pure and his soul apparently spotless.Some claim that pride undermined Soth s will to do good Others say lust, and still others greed Only Soth himself knew what caused him to destroy all that he loved.To redeem himself, Soth accepted a task set by the god Paladine Prevent the Kingpriest of Istar from demanding power from the deities who oversaw Krynnd thereby prevent the Cataclysm.

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    1. La obra se ocupa de describir la vida del famoso personaje llamado lord Soth, común a las ambientaciones de Ravenloft y Dragonlance. (view spoiler)[Comienza con su matrimonio y su entrada a la orden de la Rosa (lo que sucede el mismo día), y va describiendo su caída en la lujuria, así como el momento de locura que conllevará su terrible final. (hide spoiler)] Pero es que todos estos hechos ya aparecen en el relato "Un auténtico caballero", obra de Weis y Hickman, publicado en la antología [...]

    2. I don't think I read this one back in the day. I remember reading a Ravenloft Soth novel, but not this one. This is the biography of Loren Soth's rise to power, becoming both a lord and a Knight of the Rose, his marriage to a beautiful noblewoman, his hopes for a child (and the horrible things he was willing to countenance to get there!), and then his fall from grace - his jealousy, his infidelity, the murder of his own wife and child, his flight from justice, his chance to redeem himself (and p [...]

    3. When I was a child, I thought Lord Soth was the coolest anti-hero. Between his appearances as well as the Ravenloft series, he always was the most bad ass. Now, years later, I picked up the book again to remember the tale of Soth's fall as a far wider read reader with a far more critical mind.The first thing I noticed about Lord Soth is the fact that we are treated to a hero that is cursed completely due to his father's actions. Since the first page to the last, we are told that Soth can't escap [...]

    4. This is part of the Dragonlance world. If you have read the original trilogy you know about the character Lord Soth. This can be read if you are new to Dragonlance. This is a story about the downfall of a Knight of Solamnia. He is living the good life as he is married to a beautiful wife and held in high esteem in the knighthood. His dishonorable actions throw this all away and he is given a chance to redeem himself. This story details all of this and tells if he seizes the opportunity.If you ar [...]

    5. From reading the original Dragonlance series, I knew the name of Soth, and I knew the gist of his story--or, at least, how it ended. I picked up this book because I wanted to know the whole story.From the very beginning of the novel, it is drilled into our heads that Soth is cursed to turn out just like his father and that he has no choice in the matter--um, so why should I read the rest of the book? From the outset of the story, we are told that he has no reason to ever be a better man than his [...]

    6. This book tells the tale of the events leading up to Lord Soth's mysterious change from Solamnic Knight of Paladine to Death Knight of Takhisis for those of us who have come to know him as Kitiara's creepy sidekick from the Chronicles stories. This book does not rank as one of my all time favorites in the Dragonlance series, but it is well worth reading just for the insight into Soth's character. Our favorite Death Knight can also be found in TSR's Ravenloft series in the books Knight of the Bla [...]

    7. I finally managed to read not only a good book, but a good Dragonlance book (after a line of stinkers). This one tells the story of Lord Soth, the Death Knight (hey, that probably shouldn't be a spoiler, unless you've lived under a rock the past twenty years or so!).It was interesting to finally read the "real" story, and it was well written. Finally! A Knights of Solamnia book that wasn't unreadable! The book builds well, with that thread of darkness throughout that portends the ending we all k [...]

    8. This book sufficiently describes Lord Loren Soth's decline from famed Knight of the Rose, to wife-murdering psychopath.He is a genuinely disturbed person, and it is a haunting story to read.I've always been a fan of Lord Soth, and this book does not disappoint.

    9. Love, betrayal. deception and the threat of death and destruction. Lord Soth's story is quite moving and I love this character. So rich and compelling, you can't help but be drawn into is hopeless plight. Curses, bloody curses.

    10. A book that doesn't really explain why Soth became evil, although it claims to do so on the back cover.

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