The Third God (The Stone Dance of the Chameleon) ePub download
by Ricardo Pinto
- ISBN: 0553815059
- ISBN13: 978-0553815054
- ePub: 1709 kb | FB2: 1100 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Fantasy
- Publisher: Transworld Publishers (April 28, 2010)
- Pages: 928
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 506
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The Third God (The Stone Dance of the Chameleon). So let me start here: Yes, the first half of the book was especially slow, but I am glad I stuck with it, because the last half was significantly better.
The Third God (The Stone Dance of the Chameleon). That being said, Pinto (or the publisher) should have included more maps of the settings he used, as well as a glossary in the back. At times it could be confusing, and rather than rack my brain trying to make sure I had the layout of Osrakum straight in my head I would just forge ahead looking for plot development or character interaction, and I'm sure I missed a fair amount of detail.
There are some plot twists in here I did not see coming
I loved this book and how Ricardo Pinto wrapped up The Stone Dance of the Chameleon. There are some plot twists in here I did not see coming. I also came to terms with one of the villains from the first book, which I did not expect at all.
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The Stone Dance of the Chameleon is a Low Fantasy trilogy by Ricardo Pinto
The Stone Dance of the Chameleon is a Low Fantasy trilogy by Ricardo Pinto. It is notable for being extremely dark and featuring no magic at all. Cruel and oppressive, the Masters rule over the three lands; a race of tall, pale people who believe the blood of gods runs in their veins. Carnelian is a Master but, having grown up in exile, he has the unusual trait of mercy.
Pinto's The Stone Dance of the Chameleon trilogy follows young nobleman Carnelian as he is thrust into the dangerous political arena of the Three Lands. In this slave-owning civilisation of dazzling beauty and ancient ritual, the purity of noble bloodlines is paramount to the strict and ruthless caste system headed by the God Emperor and his Chosen. The faces of these self-indulgent Masters, held as deities, can never be seen unmasked by lesser people, under threat of immediate death
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Potent and terrifying, it threatens everything he now holds dear in this new-found world. With The Standing Dead, Ricardo Pinto gives us a tumultuous new chapter in the Stone Dance of the Chameleon trilogy and confirms his place as one of fantasy's most singular and literate voices.
Pinto revels in grotesque minutiae when describing the violence of the Three Lands, at. .Carnelian is isolated within this weird, labyrinthine seat of power and remains an outsider figure for much of the new God Emperor's election.
Pinto revels in grotesque minutiae when describing the violence of the Three Lands, at times reminding me of a more restrained Poppy Z. Brite: Each eye is sliced out like a stone from a peach. Whilst his father is overseeing the preparations, Carnelian is moved into the Sunhold, near to the sanctum of the God Emperor.
Carnelian was forced to stand silent at his father's side as they watched the Masters approach. Aurum moved out in front of the others. Carnelian and his father made way for him. between them to strike the door. Each blow was answered by a deep vibration. We are come because the Law must be obeyed,' Aurum boomed. Exhaling camphor, the door sighed open just a body's width. One by one they rustled through. A vapouring milky pool lay on the other side
Amidst the massacre he helped bring about, Carnelian is now desperate to find a way to avoid more carnage. His spurned lover Osidian—seeking revenge and determined to win back his stolen throne—has deliberately stoked the wrath of the Masters who rule the world from its center, Osrakum. Osidian's actions threaten to overturn the repressive order of the Commonwealth, and Carnelian soon learns that he and those he loves are inextricably enmeshed in the terrible power game of the Masters. If he is to survive, he has no choice but to stand with Osidian in defiance of the invincible power of the Masters. In his struggle, Carnelian will unleash apocalyptic forces that will bring his world to a reckoning none could have foreseen, though it has been simmering for 4,000 years.