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Mass Market Paperbackpages. It was just a fast-moving, fun book and I enjoyed it for the entertainment. Nor any signs of hesitation.

Ghosts of Ascalon, similar to Edge of Destiny, features a group of unlikely companions working together towards a task for the greater good — in this case, finding the Claw of Khan-Ur in hopes of aiding the truce talks between centuries long enemies, humans and charr. I laughed at how small-minded I’ve been about the other races inhabiting one of my all-time favorite universes; I never considered how our former enemies felt toward our heroes. Throughout the book, I had some type of connection to each, individual character.

Satisfying ending, but sad the next book has a different POV. He even has zscalon title for it. And Bruce Lee is awesome. D And yeah, Asdalon I really wanted to love this book.

I am not going to talk about that it seems a bit stupid, that a single gift of a weapon could establish peace, like, here, have some sword with gems and everything will be solved.

Guild Wars saved my life.

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Just go into city and retrieve a weapon. Sep 26, Wendy rated it really liked it Shelves: That being said, this book was just a really fun fantasy story. This is not an intellectually challenging read but frankly my intellect needs a rest now and again. So, here’s less of a review and more of a story involving myself and this Guild Wars book.


Instead, I got a tale of adventure where a group is charged with the task of storming Ascalon City to re More like 3. I guess he’s afraid to die or to be forgotten or something.

I am a huge fan of Guild Wars and I loved this book. It was intended to give Guild Wars players a taste of what some aspects of Guild Wars 2 would be like, as well as fill in some of the history that happened in the years that elapsed between the timelines of the two games. The pitfalls and pratfalls along the way feed the plot. But the characters had to breach into the city full of ghosts, through legions of Charrs and whole journey was supposed to be hard and impossible.

Refresh and try again. Great for fans of the game, average as a fantasy novel. My grandfather in Florida was convinced that he was about to die, so with some contention my mother and I made the trip from New York to Florida to go be by my grandfather’s side.


This book, by far, was one of the best books I have read. I view RPG as crack for the scifi fan.

It is based off an RPG, it meant to connect the two games together, and doesn’t go too in-depth on much of anything. Actually I think it may have been in September, not summer. The thing is, you have to take this book for what it is. En het verandert niks aan het feit dat ik charr stom vind, en asura geweldig.


Books by Matt Forbeck. Sep 20, Ashley N. The pace is neither too slow nor too fast, and you don’t drag yourself through it. Loved the wit and sense of humor Matt giild Excellent I love Guild Wars 2 enough that this book was brilliant to me. I read it pretty quickly, and I found myself feeling drawn to it every time Asccalon tried to put it down.

Killeen and Kranxx were especially shining, the former with her charming mixture of innocence and creepiness, the latter with the c Caveat: I don’t even really read much in the fantasy genre, nor am I very interested in many high fantasy works in the vein of Guild Wars.

Now a mismatched band of adventurers, each plagued by ghosts of their own, sets forth into a gild, war-torn land to retrieve the Claw.

Ghosts of Ascalon (Guild Wars, #1) by Matt Forbeck

The story dragged in bits and the ending seemed rushed as well as I would say the story was ‘okay’ – it’s not spectacular or amazing, but it isn’t terrible, either. He just tends to over-dramatize and exaggerate things A typical quest band of intentionally mismatched adventurers set out on a quest grister an artifact that can bring world peace. Very easy to read and gives more details of what happened before Guild Wars 2.

Somehow they manage to stay together, but it never truly feels like a gathered group. To this day I rie struggle with the tutorial level.