Read Highly recommended 5 stars
Abuud the One Eyed God Book 3 of the Sword of Heavens
series is third in this series set in a mythical land contrived by
ingenious writer Richard Tuttle. Tuttle’s
inventiveness again serves him well. Abuud the One Eyed God is filled
with all the vigorous, engaging populace we have come to appreciate. Tuttle’s unparalleled use of
language coupled with his invariably fecund imaginativeness come to the
fore in this well crafted composition. Writer Tuttle once more sets hearty, palmary characters
against a framework of phenomenon, timbre and fragrance. Settings are described in lush
detail allowing the reader to feel, see, smell and hear the milieu. Tuttle’s characters continue
to be beleaguered with many of the very imperfections and peculiarity as
are found in all and it is those peccadilloes that cause Tuttle wrought
population to be so believable.
Hero and villain alike apperceive euphoria, frustration,
calamity, debacle as well as conquest.
They all exhibit about the same conduct as any of might in any
given situation. Of course, it is that eminence of emotion and performance is
precisely that causes Tuttle’s books to be a delight to read. Whether wicked or good, mortal,
unicorn, or fairy the reader is able to easily recognize the situation,
the emotion felt by the character and the behavior exhibited.
with the ardent energy, assiduous course of action and entertaining
dialogue exemplifying each of Tuttle’s works; Abuud the One Eyed God Book 3
Sword of Heavens series is an electrifying read. The reader is moved along from
action to action, situation to situation as the determined crusaders at
last reach their goal. Told
in twenty-eight chapters the tumult continues through the battles,
adventures and the locating of the diamond.
again adds a map of the known world, and a recap of the two previous
books of the Sword of Heavens series for those who have not yet read the books. I enjoyed the read and look
forward to Dwarven Ruby, the
next in the series of seven works.