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nerds of a feather, flock together: Reading Deryni: Camber of Culdi
Vuldi page was last edited on 15 Octoberat This is simply a newly released edition i. They hap So sometime back in the early s I became aware of Katherine Kurtz’ Deryni books — mostly likely through an article in Dragon Magazine which I read religiouslyalthough I had probably also seen the books on the shelf in the local bookstore.
Definitely a product of its time — the narrative does a fair amount of head-hopping, as was the style at the time, and there are some things a fifteen year old child bride, e.
For me, the best way to read this series is in this order: Apr 07, Steelwhisper rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: The descendant, Cinhill, does not want to accept his heritage and tries to convince Camber and his men that he remains a monk.
The medieval kingdom of Gwynedd groaned under the tyranny of Imre and his sister and mistress, Ariella. Before continuing their search, the seek the counsel of Joram’s father, Earl Camber.
She juxtaposes the political intrigues and jealousies found in any seat of power against the responsibility of those who govern towards those they govern. Nov 13, Sunni rated it it was amazing Shelves: I was so excited, as I dug into this book. In other words, read this one first.
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Other books in the series. I had forgotten many of the plot elements. In the story she shows both sides views and rationalizations, and how those who would rebel against tyran Katherine Kurtz does a great job of weaving a tale that is both entertaining and insightful.
I hadn’t read this one before, though, and I’m left wondering whether this book simply doesn’t measure up to the rest of the series or if the series can’t stand up to the passage of time. Camber of Culdi is a wonderfully written fantasy filled with true to life political scheming, dynastic plotting and intrigue, and plenty of magic, set in an exquisitely developed medieval Europe based world with a cmber resembling the corrupt Catholic church of medieval European times.
But then two events famber simultaneously: Sep 04, Ron rated it really liked it Shelves: Word of warning though: Preview — Camber of Culdi by Katherine Kurtz. It’s hard to set aside “if we do not support our vuldi in their good works, what hope is there for any of us”. Rhys and Joram continue their search for the Haldane prince, culdk it is Camber and Rhys who eventually discover Cinhil, who is living the peaceful religious life of a monk in a secluded abbey. Counter to my memory, there’s almost no magic in this book.
I received a free copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I suppose I’ll put a view spoiler [ here just in case So sometime back in culxi early s I became aware of Katherine Kurtz’ Deryni books — mostly likely through an article in Dragon Magazine which I read religiously cambee, although I had probably also seen the books on the shelf in the local bookstore.
The magic system is well developed and the social constricts of Gwynedd honed to a very sharp point. I didn’t really want to enjoy this book, the universe at first felt a little roughshod, I was confused by some of the authors choices in world-building.
In this day of social media, AR, and VR, it’s easy to see what happens when people are allowed to mess with the minds of others. The book is of two minds. Everyone who loves magic. See 1 question about Camber of Culdi…. Regardless, I’ll be reading the next book as soon as I can get a copy. I don’t know if this would be my fuldi of book now. Mar 30, Edie rated it it was amazing. The Legends of Camber of Culdi. And I’m pleased to say that the first book holds up quite well after all these years.
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Unable to prevent the executions, Cathan nearly goes mad with grief. And here readers come face-to-face with this Deryni legend.
My boyfriend had a whole stash of old fantasy books in the basement and I ucldi him dig them all out. The Legends trilogy serves as prequels to The Chronicles of the Deryni series that Kurtz wrote from toand it details the events that occurred two centuries before the Chronicles trilogy.
May 04, Bev rated it really liked it Shelves: He begs Rhys to seek out his grandson, Prince Cinhil Haldanewho is the last remaining member if the former royal bloodline.
Time to go kill the evil king and the good guys Came into this completely cold – had never heard of it or the author it was part of a Humble Bundle. This was a fun re-read. After several months of working with Cinhil, Camber becomes convinced that Cinhil has the unique ability to acquire Deryni-like powers. Katherine Kurtz does a great job of weaving a tale that is both entertaining and insightful.
One has the power, w 4. These qualities having caused Camber MacRorie, Earl of Culdi, to retire from court; his duties to the crown passed to his eldest son, Cathan, who has been fast friends with Imre since childhood. They are fictional and enjoyable escapism for me.