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  • Title: Hunting the White Witch: The Birthgrave Trilogy #3
  • Author: Tanith Lee
  • ISBN: 9780756411138
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Paperback

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  1. The first part of this narrative, Book One, is magnificent Vazkor, pursuing revenge against the woman who birthed him, comes to the city of Bar Ibithni and immediately becomes embroiled in the intrigues of this place It is not helped that Vazkor, newly come into his complete Power, lords his abilities over the inhabitants and cynically wields people individuals, groups, whole ethnicities for his purpose And does so without remorse or empathy.In fact, his actions speak of hubris and arrogance It [...]


  2. This is the third in the Birthgrave trilogy and, like book 2, is narrated by Vazkor, son of the eponymous White Witch whose real name is Karrakaz It continues where book 2 ended, with him embarking on a sea voyage to follow his mother to the southern continent, on the quest set by what seemed to him to be the spirit of his father, to murder her in revenge for his father s death at her hands As his mother did before him, in Book 1, Tuvek Vazkor grows into his powers At first, he wields them in a [...]


  3. This is one of Tanith Lee s better books, so I recommend it whole heartedly That said, here are the important details.This story begins with a man who solves every problem he has with magic, and that initially turned me off, as nothing seemed to be a problem As the story progresses, he seems to use it and , until there are things that pose a true challenge And then, the painful regress and a new path toward enlightenment To get to the thoughtful bits, you ll have to go through a lot of swordpl [...]


  4. I ve read the 2016 reissue titled Hunting the White Which, because, I can only assume, we readers are too dense too understand the idea of a quest The consistency of elegance in the writing, mixed with the continued renewal of imaginative thought, like flowers in constant bursts of blossom, reminds me why I go back to Lee again and again The second two volumes of the trilogy could have been printed as one long novel Perhaps they were imagined as such and the vagaries of the publishing world forc [...]


  5. With Quest for the White Witch, Tanith Lee concludes her Birthgrave trilogy With each book of the trilogy, Lee s writing gets stronger and stronger Quest, then, ends up being the best of the three Containing beautiful language and imagery, Quest is a tale of revenge that takes some unexpected detours along the way, concluding with an incident that is as disturbing as it is surprising Quest, like the other two books in the trilogy, is rich and deep and wonderful A very good book indeed.


  6. This book is the last in the trilogy and has a fantastic surprise ending that it hindsight seems fitting.


  7. A fantastic journey in a land that s forgotten it s masters.Didn t like the main character too much Put this one down a few times, but still pretty darn good.


  8. Hunting the White Witch starts off immediately after the events of Shadowfire, which makes me wonder if the two books were initially intended to be just one story Together, they make up an epic tale of a warrior on a quest for identity and revenge, going from place to place and having adventures at each location on the quest Also, the first book was told from the perspective of one character, while the last two books were told from a different character s perspective the last two books feel like [...]


  9. This was a different strand of fantasy in that the sorcerer s powers have no limit, he is without restraint, and learns relatively quickly of the disillusionment that comes with such power but finds at every turn, with no little struggle and suffering, reason to live and find interest in life Picking up where Vazkor, Son of Vazkor left off, Quest for the White Witch is an impressive tale, beautifully written, even when what is being described is in fact horrific Vazkor finds himself lead to the [...]


  10. Tuvek, now known as Vazkor continues his quest to find and destroy his mother Through conquered cities, across the ocean and into strange magical lands, he discovers and shapes his powers, brooding on how he will end his mother s life and avenge his father.To be honest, this book didn t hold my attention the way the previous two did It still centered primarily around Vazkor and his journey, and while he did progress as a character, I was interested in his mother I found myself getting impatient [...]


  11. This is the final book of a trilogy that started in Birthgrave, Lee s first novel That one was a phantasmagorical journey of a woman without any memory of herself through a landscape with that pulp fiction feel of H Rider Haggard tales of lost civilizations, or perhaps even akin, Jane Gaskell s Atlan Saga The middle book, Vazkor, Son of Vazkor, as signaled by it s title, is centered on a Conan like character called Vazkor, son of the heroine of Birthgrave He retraces her steps, like her tells t [...]


  12. OK, Vazkor s quest is finished, Tanith Lee turned the late and surprising success of a single Fantasy novel into a trilogy Or so it seems.The last two books are very coherent, they slightly differ in style and, of course, they are written from the point of view of a man.I won t tell anything about the conclusion, but I will say that I enjoyed this book It s well worth a read for everybody who is sick of the sterile, stereotypical Yount Adult fantasy of today By the way, I was 16 when I first rea [...]


  13. This took me forever to get through It dragged on and on and on and on I get it, he s on a quest I don t need to hear about every tree he sees and what every person is doing as he passes them That was an issue for me The book was decent enough though I was really hoping for a bigger confrontation at the end And to know what the hell was up with the saucer dudes at the end of book one They only get a slight mention in this one Nothing else What was the purpose of them then Ugh Now that the trilog [...]


  14. RIP, Ms Tanner You left behind some wonderful stories Another victim of a terrible disease Wonderful words on your website to say goodbye Though we come and go, and pass into the shadows, where we leave behind us stories told on paper, on the wings of butterflies, on the wind, on the hearts of others there we are remembered, there we work magic and great change passing on the fire like a torch forever and forever Till the sky falls, and all things are flawless and need no words at all Didn t kno [...]


  15. I don t know why I had to wait until Lee s passing and it s rerelease to read this trilogy I ve seen these books on the shelf for years I guess for many of those year I said I did not like fantasy books, only sci fi Well I m often a stupid ass This trilogy has marvelous writing and enchanting characters, and it is dark and haunting and epic too There are scenes here that will echo in my mind for the rest of my life No one writes like Tanith Lee, and this trilogy proves that was the case from the [...]




  16. Some nice prose, but turgid plot, unlikable characters and ewww ending In fairness, I didn t read the first two books in this trilogy, but I am really glad now.







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