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Vernichtender Hass ❰Read❯ ➪ Vernichtender Hass Author Markus Heitz – They are the enemies of the dwarves and control the darkest magics but even then power of the Älfar has its limits To save their own people they must enter into an unwinnable war Sinthoras and Caphal They are the enemies of the dwarves and control the darkest magics but even then power of the Älfar has its limits To save their own people they must enter into an unwinnable war Sinthoras and Caphalor two very different Älfar watch as their plans come to fruition the hidden land the home of the dwarves has fallen to their army of trolls barbarians and Älfar and now the lands of the hated elves are within their grasp But the alliance is beginning to crumble as greed triumphs over obedience And Sinthoras and Caphalor face another threat an enemy from the empire of the Älfar thought to be defeated has resurfaced and while their best warriors fight in the hidden land the Älfar homeland lies almost defenceless This edition contains bonus material.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 608 pages
  • Vernichtender Hass
  • Markus Heitz
  • English
  • 24 September 2015

About the Author: Markus Heitz

Markus Heitz is a German fantasy horror and science fiction author most famous for his five book Dwarves sagaMarkus Heitz was born in Homburg in He studied history literature and the German language He now lives in the town of Zweibrücken.

10 thoughts on “Vernichtender Hass

  1. Blodeuedd Finland Blodeuedd Finland says:

    I do not know if I should like or hate the Älfar They are monsters after all but then again they are good to each other they just dislike every other race that is below themrightSo you see the Älfar are a hard race to like They want to conuer kill and make slaves of others But at the same time they love arts and making art of disgusting thingsright They are proud beautiful deadly and evil Yes they are rather fascinating aren't they?They are campaigning to take over the human lands and kill the elves They have dark ones at their sides and there will be death and ruthlessnessWe will follow Sinthoras and Caphalor evil and with good ualities in their way Another smaller pov is a young mage trying to warn other of these monsters Morana an Älf trying to get people to join the Älfar and a few other POVs All showing the Älfar darkness They really should disappear as a people can't they play nice?But that is not the only thing in this book An old enemy of theirs show up and they will have their comeuppance And at the end what next? Oh they will continue to kill and conuer just like before Destruction to the end

  2. Shane Kiely Shane Kiely says:

    I was initially dubious about this book These characters established as protagonists in a new setting are appearing for the first time in a context where they were previously established as clear antagonists Heitz has a simple way of negating this He's just essentially transformed them back into villains and introduced new characters for the reader to root for Despite being a preuel a lot of the conclusions of the various plot threads aren't overly obvious and material from the chronologically later titles is welded onto the narrative really well It's very readable stuff as always I think the translation from German provides a formality that lends itself well to fantasy writing while the action prose is suitably visceral Fans of Heitz previous series can find a lot to like here

  3. Daydreamer Daydreamer says:

    I’m not sure how to rate this bookI’m no fan of the characters most of the time 90% are just Incredibly cruel The plot was less cruel focused on battles and strategy than the first book which I likedThe style is really lovely though as is in all his other books And the narrator was great again too

  4. Nlindgren Nlindgren says:

    I must admit the book has something of the great first entry of the series which I read back in 2009 Entertaining anti heroics with Sinthoras and Caphalor ensure that the first third of the book is good reading material if you don't mind the älfar being edgy all the time Political machinations regarding Sinthoras are reminiscent of the fairly subdued story of the first book keeping the reader on the edge of the seatWhen the military campaign starts however the great start turns into tedium for most of the middle of the book In the midst of all the scouting and campaigning the author tries to inject some action into the story by introducing a new enemy For a while the story does pick up steam from there on and it really looks like it's going to be a four star effort but thenThe Acid Asspull happens I'm not going to go below three stars because it's a decent read until that point it's just that the author makes a Gordian knot of plotlines by the end cuts it in half and leaves what remains dangling The ending is the biggest letdown I have seen from Heitz after the dumb ending of the Dwarves series make of that what you will

  5. Michel Sizaire Michel Sizaire says:

    Looking forward to reading the dwarf series and the 3rd installment of this series

  6. Ria Ria says:

    Interesting viewpoint creates empathy for the Alfar

  7. Chris Torno Chris Torno says:


  8. Sara Sara says:

    Great bookNo slow or boring spots Couldn't get enough Anxious for the next one Makes me want to reread the dwarves

  9. Mike O& Mike O& says:

    So one thing to start kind of unrelated to my review of the book This app says this book is 600 pages long It's actually 450 ish That kind of bugged me Now to the reviewI honestly love the race of the Alfar They're extremely interesting and uniue from Elves and Dark Elves from other worlds With that said this book was not nearly as good as the Dwarf series by the same author which I would highly suggest The concept was really good and interesting how the Alfar made their way into the really of the dwarves and the humans The Alfar and their war at home and amongst themselves was also very interesting and well told and the the book went on that and the war with the Elves became what I looked forward to the mostThe worst sides of this book were anything to do with the humans and even the magic users were some of my least favourite They constantly seemed simple and weak Always relying on the Elves magicians or dwarves to protect them I also wish there was about the actual war with the 5th kingdom of dwarves but sadly they kind of skipped the entire thing Anyways I'm hoping the third will be a better book I'm hoping Heitz pulls it together nicely

  10. Joseph Vanucchi Joseph Vanucchi says:

    Don't know whyThis book and the trilogy so far has kinda confused me Maybe it's just because the Dwarves series was so straightforward And good I mean I really like the world and the alf race makes a pretty cool character study Really with their similarities to elves combined with insane art and brutality they're badass creatures Okay rambling Thought the book was like 3 stars for 1st 60% didn't really get too much into many of the characters care what they were doing Was like reading the first half of some epic the conclusion building So it got interesting and I want to read the next book since everything finally seemed to be going somewhere when it ended Sorry that's really confusing but I'm always eager to start another book

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