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Yeah man, if you are invested in the fiction of DA then you will like the books, I did anyway. I liked the second book a little better than the first but the good thing about both the books is they deal with characters directly from DAO and DA Awakening. In fact I would go so far as to say that that "The Calling" second DA book is a must read before playing Awakening, it really adds a new layer of depth to the events of Awakening.
To take it a step further I also liked the ME books a lot and if you are again invested in the fiction of the games I see no reason why you wouldn't like the books.
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I myself thought the writing in the ME books was a little better and enjoyed the last two books more than the first. I can't speak for other gaming novels but I have enjoyed the bioware ones so far. I read both. They aren't half bad. If you are expecting the next Song of Ice and Fire or Malazan , then you'll be mighty disappointed though.
They surround the events leading up to Dragon Age: Origins. The main protagonist of both books is King Maric. They shed a little extra light on the events of Dragon Age: Origins and the second book particularly enlightens Dragon Age: Awakening. I'd recommend both books if you want to delve a little deeper into the Dragon Age lore. I just read "The Stolen Throne" and I thought it was pretty good.
It's not the most amazing piece of literature in the world but it's well worth reading if you're into the Dragon Age lore.
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I read The Stolen Throne before playing DAO, and it definitely added a bit to the experience Shale meant more to me than he would have had I not read it, for instance. It's no literary masterpiece, but it's reasonably light and pretty quick to get through. Well, I just finished both of them and they were pretty terrible. In the first one, I found 2 major spelling errors and several sentences with questionable grammar. Makes me wonder who the hell edited the damn thing since I've never read a book with more than one spelling error and even those have been extremely rare cases.
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The entire ending of the second book with the twist near the end and the bit about Alister's mom was retarded. View On WordPress. External image There was a part of me that thought I was never going to get my hands on a copy of this book because our local Booksamillion is… often lacking, and as much as I wanted to read it, I wanted a physical copy I could lovingly caress while curled up in bed. So, color me incredibly surprised when the aforementioned BAM store in our mall had not one, but two copies of Hard in Hightown on the shelf last….
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Im crying is there really no fanart for The Calling??? Before it started raining demons, Varric had another adventure on his mind. External image. Has anyone read them?
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What did you think? And where should I start? Should I get the novels AND the graphic novels? Anyone up to trade one? From a report from Polygon , I learned that after 17 years at the company, David Gaider and Bioware are parting ways on amicable terms. After spending several hours soaking up information…. Especially being a total gaming nerd who wants all the lore?
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I am going to read all the Dragon age books! I found this chronological order thing very useful, from this post, for anyone who needs to catch up on absolutely everything: 1. Dragon Age: Inquisition. I could only find it used. Hard in hightown dragon age books isabella Carver Hawke Donnen free marches Kirkwall. The Masked Empire illustrated.
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I got it at the thrift store, so I never got the chance to see what other books went with it. Ask ageofdragon a question queen-theirin ageofdragon responds reference Dragon Age Books.
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