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Castle of Wizardry (The Belgariad, #4) A Magnificent Epic Set Against A History Of Seven Thousand Years Of The Struggles Of Gods And Kings And Men Of Strange Lands And Events Of Fate And A Prophecy That Must Be Fulfilled THE BELGARIADIt Had All Begun With The Theft Of The Orb That Had So Long Protected The West From The Evil God Torak Before That, Garion Had Been A Simple Farm Boy Afterward, He Discovered That His Aunt Was Really The Sorceress Polgara And His Grandfather Was Belgarath, The Eternal Man Then, On The Long Quest To Recover The Orb, Garion Found To His Dismay That He, Too, Was A Sorcerer.Now, At Last, The Orb Was Regained And The Quest Was Nearing Its End Of Course, The Questors Still Had To Escape From This Crumbling Enemy Fortress And Flee Across A Desert Filled With Murgo Soldiers Searching For Them, While Grolim Hierarchs Strove To Destroy Them With Dark Magic Then, Somehow, They Must Manage To Be In Riva With The Orb By Erastide.After That, However, Garion Was Sure That His Part In These Great Events Would Be Finished.But The Prophecy Still Held Future Surprises For Garion And For The Little Princess Ce Nedra THUS CONTINUES BOOK FOUR OF THE BELGARIAD


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10 thoughts on “Castle of Wizardry (The Belgariad, #4)

  1. says:

    Garion gets a shock and Ce Nedra gets a personality.


  2. says:

    This fourth installment of the Belgariad series plunges in exactly where the previous volume left off there is no exposition, no reminding the reader gently what came before Fortunately, everything is simplistic enough that even my menopausally challenged memory was able to fish out the necessary details within the first chapter, the circumstances slowly coming back to me.I have to say that Belgarion is a frustrating hero He never seems to catch on to what is happening in his own life and he e This fourth installment of the Belgariad series plunges in exactly where the previous volume left off there is no exposition, no reminding the reader gently what came before Fortunately, eve...


  3. says:

    Since I departed on this journey I noticed that The Belgariad series subtly lends itself to Chess This is evident in the titles, Pawn of Prophecy , Queen of Sorcery and so on However David Eddings never openly acknowledged the series overarching theme regarding the centuries old game He weaves a love for the game within this beautiful series inways than the titles The movement of the whole series begins to unfold just like a game of chess The first book was the game s opening, est Since I departed on this journey I noticed that The Belgariad series subtly lends itself to Chess This is evident in the titles, Pawn of Prophecy , Queen of Sorcery and so on However David Eddings never openly acknowledged the series overarching theme regarding the centuries old game He weaves a love for the game within this beautiful serie...


  4. says:

    5 stars Audiobook if I don t hurry up their will be noMurgo s to kill Belgarion goes on a journey to meet up with the Child of Dark and Ce nedra raises an army I do so love the charaters of David Eddings books Their hero s with some issues


  5. says:

    You have to wait until I ve done number five, then I m gonna review the lot as a set.Until then Polgara still annoys me, and I do wish Garion would punch somebody


  6. says:

    3.5 stars Fourth installment of the Belgariad Not quite as good as the previous entries but still a good, solid read One final note I listened to the audiobook narrated by Cameron Beierle and he did an excellent job with the series.


  7. says:

    The characters are all there are coming into their own, but otherwise there s not much to say These books must be read in order as a set of 5 I was happy that this book kept up the pace I blew through it quickly On to the final one.


  8. says:

    3.5 stars Fourth installment of the Belgariad Not quite as good as the previous entries but still a good, solid read One final note I listened to the audiobook narrated by Cameron Beierle and he did an excellent job with the series.


  9. says:

    It does not often happen that I put a book away midway I have read the past 3 installments in a matter of weeks But with each book my annoyance has grown It is painfully obvious since book one who Garion is To everyone but him and C Nedra That is not even the problem with the book It is the blatant dislike the reader has to form to two major charcters Whereas Pol started as the good Aunt protecting Garion it has becomeandclear that Garion means only a prophecy to her She car It does not often happen that I put a book away midway I have read the past 3 installments in a matter of weeks But with each book my annoyance has grown It is painfully obvious since book one who Garion is To everyone but him and C Nedra That is not even the problem with the book It is the blatant dislike the reader has to form to two major charcters Whereas Pol started as the good Aunt protecting Garion it has becomeandclear that Garion means only a prophecy to her She cares for him as...


  10. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Book 4 of the Belgariad, I must admit, is a slog We start off with a bit of action as Garion friends escape from Cthul Murgos and back to the west About halfway through the book comes the moment we ve all been waiting for since the prologue of book 1 Garion is crowned the Rivan King After that, unfortunately, the book slows way down as Garion has to deal with Politics tm and come to terms with life as a king.About two thirds of the way through, Garion secretly escapes from Riva with Book 4 of the Belgariad, I must admit, is a slog We start off with a bit of action as Garion friends escape from Cthul Murgos and back to the west About halfway through the book comes the moment we ve all been waiting for since the prologue of book 1 Garion is crowned the Rivan King After that, unfortunately, the book slows way down as Garion has to deal with Politics tm and come to terms with life as a king.About two ...


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