The Diamond Throne (The Elenium, #1)
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The Diamond Throne

by David & Leigh Eddings
Release date: 1989
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: fantasyhigh fantasy

THE BURDEN OF DESTINY

Sparhawk, Pandion Knight and Queen's Champion, returned to Elenia after ten years of exile, only to find his young Queen Ehlana trapped in a block of ensorcelled crystal. Only the great sorcery of Sephrenia, ageless instructor of magic, kept her alive – but the spell would last only a year, and its cost was tragically high.

Now a Prince Regent ruled Elenia, the puppet of Annias, ambitious Primate of the Church who planned to seize power over all the land.

As Sparhawk and Sephrenia set out to find a cure for Ehlana, Sephrenia revealed that there was only one person in the west who could defeat the evil plots against Ehlana. That person was Sparhawk.

updated 2016-08-25

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The Diamond Throne isn't an excellent book, but it's an enjoyable fantasy story. This may sound strange, but I actually enjoyed this book much more than the previous books that Eddings has written. I know that many people have criticized Eddings for writing about same characters with different names. I must also say that this is unfortunately true for this series. If you've read The Belgariad and The Malloreon, the characters feel very familiar.
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