Through mist they create a pliable population to work the mines and fields that sustain their reign.

This trilogy had me riveted from beginning to end. The father was the king. Best Books of the Month

4%



“Of course a thing that could be made into a weapon would be made into a weapon.

To those authors, morality is a judgement after the fact. Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2013Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Walk Through Darkness followed a runaway slave during the tense times leading up to the American Civil War. Acacia: The Acacia Trilogy, Book One: The War with the Mein | David Anthony Durham | ISBN: 9780385506069 | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon.

The complexity of the trilogy builds and builds, secrets within secrets...fabulous.The characters are brought to life...love them, hate them, love them again. 12% You're listening to a sample of the Audible audio edition.

I think I would have liked this book better, if I had not read the back cover first.

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Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations Reviewed in the United States on October 5, 2012Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2013Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2012

Note; This review assumes you have read the previous books in this trilogy, "Acacia: The War with the Mein," and "The Other Lands."

"Reviewed in the United States on March 11, 2012

I'm so glad I didn't stick to the original plan.
4% I think it is a brilliant idea in a fantasy novel, but it is touched upon without proper reasoning. Invasion, monster-fighting, assassination, and a kingdom in crisis make for this sweeping, multi-plot adventure.

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This is the third book of the series and it was fantastic. 20%

The events described, which I thought started the book, instead took 100+ pages to get to. I was completely distraught when I finished because I knew there was no more books to follow.

Excellent character and plot development. But then it deteriorated into a standard-ish historical political fantasy with exaggerated violence and super-nazis that’s trying too hard to be taken seriously. I do not believe you will be disappointed. I will then find time to pick it up again because I can't wait to find out.

I feel like it’s an under-appreciated series, too.There are loads of books out there that I’d recommend before this one.Published by Anchor, a Doubleday imprint and publisher of mainstream fiction, I didn’t find Durham’s style agreeable at all. This was, beyond a doubt, the best of the trilogy.



208 global ratings | 199 global reviews I concluded my review of the first volume in the trilogy, "The War with the Mein," this way: "the ending of this book is so perfect in its way that I almost wish the author had simply left things as they were." 63%

I really like the way each chapter alternated between the Akaran siblings and the various characters, just like the first two books.

Although the first volume in this series was a little slow in the beginning I quickly came to love the characters and the world in which the Akarans inhabited.

This, I did find to be true if book one, but did not lessen my interest. 5 star 48% 4 star 28% 3 star 14% 2 star 7% 1 star 3% The Other Lands: The Acacia Trilogy, Book Two. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations by David Anthony Durham.




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Through mist they create a pliable population to work the mines and fields that sustain their reign.

This trilogy had me riveted from beginning to end. The father was the king. Best Books of the Month

4%



“Of course a thing that could be made into a weapon would be made into a weapon.

To those authors, morality is a judgement after the fact. Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2013Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Walk Through Darkness followed a runaway slave during the tense times leading up to the American Civil War. Acacia: The Acacia Trilogy, Book One: The War with the Mein | David Anthony Durham | ISBN: 9780385506069 | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon.

The complexity of the trilogy builds and builds, secrets within secrets...fabulous.The characters are brought to life...love them, hate them, love them again. 12% You're listening to a sample of the Audible audio edition.

I think I would have liked this book better, if I had not read the back cover first.

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Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations Reviewed in the United States on October 5, 2012Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2013Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2012

Note; This review assumes you have read the previous books in this trilogy, "Acacia: The War with the Mein," and "The Other Lands."

"Reviewed in the United States on March 11, 2012

I'm so glad I didn't stick to the original plan.
4% I think it is a brilliant idea in a fantasy novel, but it is touched upon without proper reasoning. Invasion, monster-fighting, assassination, and a kingdom in crisis make for this sweeping, multi-plot adventure.

There's a problem loading this menu right now.

This is the third book of the series and it was fantastic. 20%

The events described, which I thought started the book, instead took 100+ pages to get to. I was completely distraught when I finished because I knew there was no more books to follow.

Excellent character and plot development. But then it deteriorated into a standard-ish historical political fantasy with exaggerated violence and super-nazis that’s trying too hard to be taken seriously. I do not believe you will be disappointed. I will then find time to pick it up again because I can't wait to find out.

I feel like it’s an under-appreciated series, too.There are loads of books out there that I’d recommend before this one.Published by Anchor, a Doubleday imprint and publisher of mainstream fiction, I didn’t find Durham’s style agreeable at all. This was, beyond a doubt, the best of the trilogy.



208 global ratings | 199 global reviews I concluded my review of the first volume in the trilogy, "The War with the Mein," this way: "the ending of this book is so perfect in its way that I almost wish the author had simply left things as they were." 63%

I really like the way each chapter alternated between the Akaran siblings and the various characters, just like the first two books.

Although the first volume in this series was a little slow in the beginning I quickly came to love the characters and the world in which the Akarans inhabited.

This, I did find to be true if book one, but did not lessen my interest. 5 star 48% 4 star 28% 3 star 14% 2 star 7% 1 star 3% The Other Lands: The Acacia Trilogy, Book Two. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations by David Anthony Durham.




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Through mist they create a pliable population to work the mines and fields that sustain their reign.

This trilogy had me riveted from beginning to end. The father was the king. Best Books of the Month

4%



“Of course a thing that could be made into a weapon would be made into a weapon.

To those authors, morality is a judgement after the fact. Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2013Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Walk Through Darkness followed a runaway slave during the tense times leading up to the American Civil War. Acacia: The Acacia Trilogy, Book One: The War with the Mein | David Anthony Durham | ISBN: 9780385506069 | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon.

The complexity of the trilogy builds and builds, secrets within secrets...fabulous.The characters are brought to life...love them, hate them, love them again. 12% You're listening to a sample of the Audible audio edition.

I think I would have liked this book better, if I had not read the back cover first.

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Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations Reviewed in the United States on October 5, 2012Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2013Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2012

Note; This review assumes you have read the previous books in this trilogy, "Acacia: The War with the Mein," and "The Other Lands."

"Reviewed in the United States on March 11, 2012

I'm so glad I didn't stick to the original plan.
4% I think it is a brilliant idea in a fantasy novel, but it is touched upon without proper reasoning. Invasion, monster-fighting, assassination, and a kingdom in crisis make for this sweeping, multi-plot adventure.

There's a problem loading this menu right now.

This is the third book of the series and it was fantastic. 20%

The events described, which I thought started the book, instead took 100+ pages to get to. I was completely distraught when I finished because I knew there was no more books to follow.

Excellent character and plot development. But then it deteriorated into a standard-ish historical political fantasy with exaggerated violence and super-nazis that’s trying too hard to be taken seriously. I do not believe you will be disappointed. I will then find time to pick it up again because I can't wait to find out.

I feel like it’s an under-appreciated series, too.There are loads of books out there that I’d recommend before this one.Published by Anchor, a Doubleday imprint and publisher of mainstream fiction, I didn’t find Durham’s style agreeable at all. This was, beyond a doubt, the best of the trilogy.



208 global ratings | 199 global reviews I concluded my review of the first volume in the trilogy, "The War with the Mein," this way: "the ending of this book is so perfect in its way that I almost wish the author had simply left things as they were." 63%

I really like the way each chapter alternated between the Akaran siblings and the various characters, just like the first two books.

Although the first volume in this series was a little slow in the beginning I quickly came to love the characters and the world in which the Akarans inhabited.

This, I did find to be true if book one, but did not lessen my interest. 5 star 48% 4 star 28% 3 star 14% 2 star 7% 1 star 3% The Other Lands: The Acacia Trilogy, Book Two. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations by David Anthony Durham.




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Through mist they create a pliable population to work the mines and fields that sustain their reign.

This trilogy had me riveted from beginning to end. The father was the king. Best Books of the Month

4%



“Of course a thing that could be made into a weapon would be made into a weapon.

To those authors, morality is a judgement after the fact. Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2013Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Walk Through Darkness followed a runaway slave during the tense times leading up to the American Civil War. Acacia: The Acacia Trilogy, Book One: The War with the Mein | David Anthony Durham | ISBN: 9780385506069 | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon.

The complexity of the trilogy builds and builds, secrets within secrets...fabulous.The characters are brought to life...love them, hate them, love them again. 12% You're listening to a sample of the Audible audio edition.

I think I would have liked this book better, if I had not read the back cover first.

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Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations Reviewed in the United States on October 5, 2012Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2013Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2012

Note; This review assumes you have read the previous books in this trilogy, "Acacia: The War with the Mein," and "The Other Lands."

"Reviewed in the United States on March 11, 2012

I'm so glad I didn't stick to the original plan.
4% I think it is a brilliant idea in a fantasy novel, but it is touched upon without proper reasoning. Invasion, monster-fighting, assassination, and a kingdom in crisis make for this sweeping, multi-plot adventure.

There's a problem loading this menu right now.

This is the third book of the series and it was fantastic. 20%

The events described, which I thought started the book, instead took 100+ pages to get to. I was completely distraught when I finished because I knew there was no more books to follow.

Excellent character and plot development. But then it deteriorated into a standard-ish historical political fantasy with exaggerated violence and super-nazis that’s trying too hard to be taken seriously. I do not believe you will be disappointed. I will then find time to pick it up again because I can't wait to find out.

I feel like it’s an under-appreciated series, too.There are loads of books out there that I’d recommend before this one.Published by Anchor, a Doubleday imprint and publisher of mainstream fiction, I didn’t find Durham’s style agreeable at all. This was, beyond a doubt, the best of the trilogy.



208 global ratings | 199 global reviews I concluded my review of the first volume in the trilogy, "The War with the Mein," this way: "the ending of this book is so perfect in its way that I almost wish the author had simply left things as they were." 63%

I really like the way each chapter alternated between the Akaran siblings and the various characters, just like the first two books.

Although the first volume in this series was a little slow in the beginning I quickly came to love the characters and the world in which the Akarans inhabited.

This, I did find to be true if book one, but did not lessen my interest. 5 star 48% 4 star 28% 3 star 14% 2 star 7% 1 star 3% The Other Lands: The Acacia Trilogy, Book Two. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations by David Anthony Durham.




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acacia trilogy review


10% It is not nearly explored enough and just feels like a plot point made to give the League strength.

Game of Thrones withdrawals helped me find this trilogy. This is a series sadly not even yet on Mount Toberead (I thought it was, but it turns out it is not).

, though not as smartly written.

Game of Thrones withdrawals helped me find this trilogy. Please try again. Found the very end a bit predictable/weak but he keeps you guessing about it all the way through. 91 customer ratings. The Acacia books are worth a single chapter from The Sacred Band -- The Coronation.
Please don't get me wrong. An absorbing and fun read. Top subscription boxes – right to your door Prime members enjoy FREE Delivery and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle books.

One reviewer wrote that it was hard to connect with one character.

Epic fantasy has become unwieldy. If most people in the U.S. were addicted to crack, I think people would act differently.

32 editions.



Who lives, who dies and will anything be made better by what is to come. One reviewer wrote that it was hard to connect with one character. Just when you might think "Acacia 1" is going to turn into a typical revenge fantasy, it begins to surprise. The ending held wonderful twists and turns enough to satisfy my love of swashbuckling adventure, court intrigue and magic. Lots of action, a variety of cultures and climates and, of course, magical creatures.

Through mist they create a pliable population to work the mines and fields that sustain their reign.

This trilogy had me riveted from beginning to end. The father was the king. Best Books of the Month

4%



“Of course a thing that could be made into a weapon would be made into a weapon.

To those authors, morality is a judgement after the fact. Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2013Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Walk Through Darkness followed a runaway slave during the tense times leading up to the American Civil War. Acacia: The Acacia Trilogy, Book One: The War with the Mein | David Anthony Durham | ISBN: 9780385506069 | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon.

The complexity of the trilogy builds and builds, secrets within secrets...fabulous.The characters are brought to life...love them, hate them, love them again. 12% You're listening to a sample of the Audible audio edition.

I think I would have liked this book better, if I had not read the back cover first.

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Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations Reviewed in the United States on October 5, 2012Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2013Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2012

Note; This review assumes you have read the previous books in this trilogy, "Acacia: The War with the Mein," and "The Other Lands."

"Reviewed in the United States on March 11, 2012

I'm so glad I didn't stick to the original plan.
4% I think it is a brilliant idea in a fantasy novel, but it is touched upon without proper reasoning. Invasion, monster-fighting, assassination, and a kingdom in crisis make for this sweeping, multi-plot adventure.

There's a problem loading this menu right now.

This is the third book of the series and it was fantastic. 20%

The events described, which I thought started the book, instead took 100+ pages to get to. I was completely distraught when I finished because I knew there was no more books to follow.

Excellent character and plot development. But then it deteriorated into a standard-ish historical political fantasy with exaggerated violence and super-nazis that’s trying too hard to be taken seriously. I do not believe you will be disappointed. I will then find time to pick it up again because I can't wait to find out.

I feel like it’s an under-appreciated series, too.There are loads of books out there that I’d recommend before this one.Published by Anchor, a Doubleday imprint and publisher of mainstream fiction, I didn’t find Durham’s style agreeable at all. This was, beyond a doubt, the best of the trilogy.



208 global ratings | 199 global reviews I concluded my review of the first volume in the trilogy, "The War with the Mein," this way: "the ending of this book is so perfect in its way that I almost wish the author had simply left things as they were." 63%

I really like the way each chapter alternated between the Akaran siblings and the various characters, just like the first two books.

Although the first volume in this series was a little slow in the beginning I quickly came to love the characters and the world in which the Akarans inhabited.

This, I did find to be true if book one, but did not lessen my interest. 5 star 48% 4 star 28% 3 star 14% 2 star 7% 1 star 3% The Other Lands: The Acacia Trilogy, Book Two. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations by David Anthony Durham.




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