Die erste Wahrheit

Die erste Wahrheit Eine neue All Age Drachen Saga voller Abenteuer Magie und gro er Gef hle Alissa glaubt nicht an Magie Und schon gar nicht an die M rchen ihres verstorbenen Vaters von jener sagenhaften Feste in den B

  • Title: Die erste Wahrheit
  • Author: Dawn Cook Katharina Volk Kim Harrison
  • ISBN: 9783442265763
  • Page: 379
  • Format: Paperback
  • Eine neue All Age Drachen Saga voller Abenteuer, Magie und gro er Gef hle Alissa glaubt nicht an Magie Und schon gar nicht an die M rchen ihres verstorbenen Vaters von jener sagenhaften Feste in den Bergen, in der einst angeblich Drachen und m chtige Zauberer gewirkt haben Bis es Alissa eines Tages selbst an diesen Ort verschl gt.

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    1. Best damned book about dragons ever period. Some might argue that fact, but they haven't read this book. Or they're a guy and they prefer their dragons spitting fire. I've never read a book that describes magic so thoroughly either. You start thinking you might actually be able to grasp how it's all done, and attempt some of it yourself. Also, very real relationships throughout the series. I can say this as well it all ends very nicely, and is wrapped up beautifully. I just didn't want the serie [...]

    2. I'm not quite sure if this deserves three or four stars. I would've given this one five stars, but Strell got on my nerves with his incessant cheesy, romantic lines.----"Who," he breathed roughly, "will sing you to sleep when your rest is troubled?"Clang!"Who will tease you until you stamp your foot?" he sobbed, his unnoticed tears of frustration freezing on his cheek.Clang!"And who," he whispered fiercely, raising Alissa's staff high over his head. "Who will ever love you more than I?"----That [...]

    3. If you aren't already aware, Dawn Cook is the pen name of Kim Harrison, author of the Hollows series. It was because of this that I picked this book up in the first place. After all, I love the Hollows books & even though this isn't exactly my cup of tea, I figured that I'd enjoy this series.First Truth follows the character of Alissa, a young woman who is forced to set out in search of a place she's only heard about in stories- the magical Hold of the Masters. She doesn't know where to go- [...]

    4. Well, again I have a situation. A lot of people like this(these) book(s) and I can see why. It's well done and I stayed mildly interested. I'm just not the target audience for this (these).What we have here is a journey that turns into a quest that turns into a romance (or is a romance underneath). There are conspiracies, plots and lies along the way and some revelations about the nature of "things".I started out interested as the young woman left home (very much against her will). We met the yo [...]

    5. Alissa, a young (20ish) woman has set out on a journey to a mythical “Hold” where she is to hone her magical abilities much like her father had done before her. The problem is that she thinks it a fool’s errand due to the ludicrous idea of magic existing at all, much less a mystical "Hold" where prior magicians had learned their skills. Strell, a wandering musician/storyteller from the plains meets her on the journey and together they make their way to where they believe the hold may be. T [...]

    6. I really enjoyed this authors style of writing. Very detailed, but keeps your interest. She doesn't describe the room to the smallest detail, however she will describe it while the characters walk around it/touch it/sense it. I read every word on every page.

    7. 3.5 stars. I enjoyed First Truth, but felt that Bailic was not nearly as sinister as he could have been, and I thought he was a bit slow not to have figured out who the keeper was. I did like the slow pace that the relationship between Alissa and Strell is developing at though.

    8. After 3 weeks I finally got through this book! I don't think it's ever taken me this long to read a book. While the fantasy element and the characters were interesting, the story kept such a slow pace that it never held my interest for long when I picked it up to read (hence the 3 weeks).While First Truth provides the perspectives of multiple characters, the main protagonist was Alissa, a young woman who is one day thrown out of the house by her mother. She's sent off to follow in the steps of h [...]

    9. Via Book Reviews by Niki Hawkes at nikihawkesAs a whole, this series is one of my absolute favorites, despite the fact that nothing particularly "epic" happens throughout. Although the pacing of the story can sometimes be rather slow, I was so smitten with the characters that it didn't bother me. While most fantasy novels tend to be more event or world-building driven, this book was all about highlighting the characters. For any of you who have read Kim Harrison's (Dawn Cook's alias) Rachel Morg [...]

    10. First off, I was really annoyed with the cover of this bookI am buying the original covers. Every time Alissa complained that her short straight hair was getting longer or Strell commented on it, I'd growl at the cover. And I hate that they made Talon glow, as that started me thinkingwell something about Talon is magical. And I would have preferred they not give me that nudge. As for the story, Alissa is finebut not someone I really connected with for some reason. Some books I walk away from fee [...]

    11. What Kim Harrison wrote before she was Kim Harrison: generic quest fantasy with cardboard worldbuilding and a paint-by-numbers romance. I was looking for something fluffy an stupid and I thought this might do it. Unfortunately, it was a bit fluffier and way stupider than anticipated.The whole thing was not helped by Marguerite Gavin’s audio narration. She has this way of delivering dialogue with oversold! Quivering! Emotion! That did this book in particular no favors. I mean, a straight-faced [...]

    12. I wanted to check out this series as I really like this authors other books under a different name. In the end this book couldn't hold my attention, so it ended up not being for me.

    13. Quit after about five chapters. Something about the writing style was irritating to me, and I could tell it was just going to be a distraction during the whole book. There weren't typos or glaring grammatical errors, but I found myself pausing frequently to mentally re-write sentences in my head. I wanted to take a red pen, cross out chunks of text, and then rearrange them so that the sentences flowed better. This one had mixed reviews, so I feel that I can quit guilt-free.On the other hand.I re [...]

    14. Alissa has never been accepted by the people around her parents' foothills farm, as her mother is from the plains, and her father from the foothills. There is fierce rivalry and much prejudice between the tradesmen of the plains and the farmers of the foothills and intermarriage between the peoples is frowned upon, and the offspring of such unions are treated as outcasts.Alissa's father has been missing since she was five, and now, at nearly twenty, her mother is sending her away, claiming she n [...]

    15. This review was posted at Under the CoversI have to admit that it has taken me FOREVER to get to read this book. I’ve had it on my TBR for a while mainly because I love Kim Harrison and I have never read her stuff beyond The Hollows, so I’ve been extremely curious. However, time is always an issue.But then this book released on audio and there was my chance to get to it! Finally! And to top it all off, it’s narrated by one of my all-time favorite narrators: Marguerite Gavin. *cue fangirl s [...]

    16. I am a big fan of Kim Harrison, she is one of my top 5 authors. I had to try her Dawn Cook books, I found it very enjoyable. It is an easy to read, fantasy. The two main characters are from opposite sides of the track in this world. Alissa is stubborn, powerful with latent magic and naive. Strell is humorous, musical and stubborn. Both distrust each other, and think less of the other because of where they are from. They are forced to combine their journeys after events tear their families apart. [...]

    17. Pretty good first book in the series the only bad thing is that it ends in such a way that you HAVE to read the second book immediately. Luckily for me I bought it.Characters are good, a little childish at first but then begin to grow into themselves and their roles slowly. Alissa - who doesn't believe in magic but clearly has a latent power - and Strell - a musician who doesn't believe in magic until he meets her - are the two main characters.They travel together and become friendsuntil one of [...]

    18. A few thoughts about this book:The book ended abruptly – not a problem given the next book in the series is available. The reader was told a lot of time was passing – but it didn’t “feel” like a lot of time was passing.Detailed descriptions of domestic chores were too frequent and didn’t add anything to the story in my opinion.Author spent a lot of time showing us the main characters falling in love – which was cute, but it did not advance the plot. I think the story suffered from [...]

    19. I had completely forgotten about this book until I found it buried in one of my bookshelves gathering dust.This book was written by Dawn Cook, otherwise known as Kim Harrison. Honestly, I adore it and I think it's almost superior to her Hallows books, which were by far my favorites until I stumbled upon this series. Within the last few years i'd almost given up on finding favorites in fantasy and was leaning far more towards the preternatural genre, but this has reminded of how much I love high [...]

    20. 2,5Pas du tout ce à quoi je m'attendais, et je n'ai pas franchement été sensible à l'histoire racontée. Alors que les protagonistes semblent être des adultes, ils se comportent pourtant comme des gosses, ce qui est assez déroutant. Puis le manque d'action m'a beaucoup gênée. En dépit d'une fin qui laisse planer un léger suspens, je ne compte pas continuer cette série trop enfantine, qui me semble destinée à un jeune public dont je ne fais pas partie.Grande amatrice de fantasy, ce n [...]

    21. I gave up 226 pages into this book. Like many others, I picked it up because I was interested in what other works Kim Harrison had to offer. However, it is easy to see why this one isn't well known. It is rather lackluster in comparison to the Hollows. I kept picking it up and then setting down for weeks at a time because I just wasn't interested enough. It had a high fantasy adventure buried in there somewhere but it was too plain and generic, nothing stood out.

    22. This is a clean, interesting fantasy for adults. I liked the heroine and the strong men in this story. The story continues in three other books which are also good.

    23. I don’t know what I was expecting when I first picked up First Truth, but it definitely was not what I just finished. I enjoyed it so much for the unpredictable nature of the storyline and where the book went.Alissa as a main character is spunky and strong, but at times the reader sees her fear and insecurities which makes for a well rounded character. Strell was the second protagonist in this book. The two play so well off of each other and in no time at all their characters develop and a viv [...]

    24. This is the start of a fantasy series involving magic and dragons. A young woman is trying to follow her father's footsteps to a legendary fortress where magic users live. She needs help along the way from someone she meets on the road and they need their wits to survive once they get there. There is a little bit of romantic tension buried in there. Overall I thought this book was a little mediocre and some of the characters' bratty behaviors were annoying. It was OK but not something I would ne [...]

    25. meh. it was a book. it felt really juvenile. characters pouted and teased back and forth for no apparent reason. The dislike between the two settlements (foot hills and plains) made no sense, but came up constantly. The magic didn't even happen until about 2/3 through, and even then it was underwhelming. I never liked any of the characters, and didn't understand most of their motivations.So, not finishing the series. Pretty cover, but that's about it. The narrator was pretty good, and did intere [...]

    26. I read up to page 172 and I just couldn't finish it. This book was so slow. Oh dear gods it was painful to read. I feel so guilty because this is the first book that one of my favourite authors wrote under the name of Dawn Cook. I'm so glad Kim Harrison didn't give up or else we would never have The Hallows or The Drafter. Urban Fantasy and science fiction is clearly her forte and not regular fantasy.

    27. Wahrheiten-Tetralogie 01. Die Erste Wahrheit - Dawn CookEin etwas plumper Beginn der Wahrheiten-Tetralogie.Die Erste WahrheitKlappentext:"Alissa glaubt nicht an Magie. Und schon gar nicht an die Märchen ihres verstorbenen Vaters von jener sagenhaften Feste in den Bergen, in der einst angeblich Drachen und mächtige Zauberer gewirkt haben. Bis es Alissa eines Tages selbst an diesen Ort verschlägt."Zum Autor:Dawn Cook wurde in Michigan, USA, geboren und ist eine amerikanische Fantasyautorin.(Aus [...]

    28. Read this review and more at Classy Cat BooksAll transparency here right up front: I bought this series without even reading any of the blurbs because Dawn Cook = Kim Harrison and I love Kim Harrison. So I was definitely pre-disposed toward liking this book by the time I actually picked it up and gave it a read.I originally read this particular book in 2013, and I fell in love. Unfortunately, for whatever reason (I truly have no idea), I didn't bother to read the next 3 in the quartet. The entir [...]

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