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After reading Diablo Archive, Moon of the Spider and the first book of the Sin War trilogy Birthright, this one is yet the best so far Not that the writing got any better nor the charactersrealistic, but the tale is picking up momentum It has a lotaction than the first one, so that s a good thing Apparently, Richard Knaak played the Necromancer in the game, for it is the most mentioned class in all the books.What I dislike about all these books are the conversations and reactions After reading Diablo Archive, Moon of the Spider and the first book of the Sin War trilogy Birthright, this one is yet the best so far Not that the writing got any better nor the charactersrealistic, but the tale is picking up momentum It has a lotaction than the first one, so that s a good thing Apparently, Richard Knaak played the Necromancer in the game, for it is the most mentioned class in all the books.What I dislike about all these books are the conversations and reactions Everything is so dramatic, like a terrible soap opera It just doesn t feel like the characters are real people, with their own human range of feelings aside from anger, which they feel all the time.Yet, if you forget all that, you will be able to get further into the ancient days of Sanctuary, understanding what caused the rise and demise of some major sects, classes, demons, angels and nephalem or Edyrem, as now they re also called In this book you also get a glimpse of you know what, inside Mount Arreat Overall, an OK book Notes for parents a light read No swearing and small hints of sexual content A lot of gore, violence, death, demons and all that stuff Sadly, not scary though. @READ KINDLE Ã Scales of the Serpent ⚡ Since the beginning of time, the angelic forces of the High Heavens and the demonic hordes of the Burning Hells have been locked in the Eternal Conflict for the fate of all Creation That struggle has now spilled over into Sanctuary the world of men Determined to win mankind over to their respective causes, the forces of good and evil wage a secret war for mortal souls This is the tale of the Sin War the conflict that would forever change the destiny of manBent on destroying the evil cult of the Triune, Uldyssian does not yet suspect that Inarius secret Prophet of the Cathedral of Light has been subtly aiding his quest Obsessed with restoring Sanctuary to its former glory, Inarius has been playing Uldyssian against the two great religions in a reckless attempt to topple them both But another player has slipped back into the equation The demon Lilith, once Inarius s lover, seeks to use Uldyssian as her own pawn in a scheme to turn humans into an army of naphalem godlike beings, powerful than any angel or demon, who could overturn all Creation and elevate Lilith to supreme beingAn original tale of swords, sorcery, and timeless struggle based on the bestselling, award winning M rated computer game from Blizzard Entertainment Intended for mature readers Great second book. A nice continuation of Birthright that focuses on Uldyssian s hate towards the Triune I love how Lilith is portrayed and to see her relationship with Inarius before I read this novel I barely knew who Lilith was despite having played all of the Diablo games, which is kind of funny seeing how important she is to the storyline She and Inarius are two very bold characters with a lot of personality It s also nice to see how the main characters grow and evolve over the course of this novel and ho A nice continuation of Birthright that focuses on Uldyssian s hate towards the Triune I love how Lilith is portrayed and to see her relationship with Inarius before I read this novel I barely knew who Lilith was despite having played all of the Diablo games, which is kind of funny seeing how important she is to the storyline She and Inarius are two very bold characters with a lot of personality It s also nice to see how the main characters grow and evolve over the course of this novel and how some famous characters from the games make their entrance.The one negative thing I have about Scales of the Serpent is that it s a lotfocused on fighting and is full of gory scenes which isn t really that interesting to me As I mentioned in my Birthright review, Knaak does write in depth about everything including battles, which just makes them last too long to keep my interest up The impression that this book gave me after reading it is quite similar to the first one in the series It s not quite in tune with the Diablo universe portrayed in the second game of the series It s not at all dark and gritty and in my opinion it is written for teenagers only In fact, the main character of the book acts like a stupid and stubborn teenager.I am quite certain that I would not have read this book unless I liked the game so much.I am very displeased at the level of shallowness th The impression that this book gave me after reading it is quite similar to the first one in the series It s not quite in tune with the Diablo universe portrayed in the second game of the series It s not at all dark and gritty and in my opinion it is written for teenagers only In fact, the main character of the book acts like a stupid and stubborn teenager.I am quite certain that I would not have read this book unless I liked the game so much.I am very displeased at the level of shallowness the author had when writing this book The Diablo universe could have been so muchin a book Why hasn t Blizzard tried to get some better writer to this job is beyond me George R.R Martin or someone like him would have been a far better choice.I will continue to read the next book just because I am looking forward to the Diablo 3 game so much.So far, the series has been quite disappointing I am starting to hate Knaak This book is surprisingly entertaining and fun for being based on a video game, but Richard A Knaak has previously demonstrated to deliver fantastic books of this kind.In this second installment of the Sin War series, Uldyssian is focusing on destroying the evil cult of the Triune, and he does not yet suspect that Inarius, the head of the Cathedral of Light and creator of Sanctuary, has been subtly aiding his quest But another player has slipped back into the equation The demon Lilith, once I This book is surprisingly entertaining and fun for being based on a video game, but Richard A Knaak has previously demonstrated to deliver fantastic books of this kind.In this second installment of the Sin War series, Uldyssian is focusing on destroying the evil cult of the Triune, and he does not yet suspect that Inarius, the head of the Cathedral of Light and creator of Sanctuary, has been subtly aiding his quest But another player has slipped back into the equation The demon Lilith, once Inarius s lover, seeks to use Uldyssian as her own pawn in a scheme to turn humans into an army of naphalem, godlike beings, as powerful as angels and demons, who could overturn all creation and elevate Lilith to supreme being Thinking straightly as a book that is part of a game, the three star rating comes from the feeling of confusion the characters walk around seemly in circles, to find themselves in the places they want to be or need to be by mere chance we loose the notion of how many really die and how many live and how the army keeps growing nevertheless yet I loved the fall and Love Achillios.Going to read the end of the story in the third book with curiosity. The book continues my experience with the first of the series, which was good as long as one knows what to expect To be completely honest, considering that the Blizzard gaming company threw its endorsement behind the writing of these book, I did expect a bitas far as literary quality I ve heard someone say that these books sound too much like fan fiction , which I d say is dead on, though in all honesty that IS what these books are The criticism is valid, however My main complaint wit The book continues my experience with the first of the series, which was good as long as one knows what to expect To be completely honest, considering that the Blizzard gaming company threw its endorsement behind the writing of these book, I did expect a bitas far as literary quality I ve heard someone say that these books sound too much like fan fiction , which I d say is dead on, though in all honesty that IS what these books are The criticism is valid, however My main complaint with these books is that Knaak breaks the cardinal rule of fiction writing he tells far, faroften than he shows While this helps in keeping the books accessible and very quick reads for those fans that may not want to digest atextured set of novels, to me it feels like a lost opportunity to bring the canon of the Diablo universe to avisceral level.However, if one goes in with the right expectations, these books are quite enjoyable The equivalent perhaps of the trashy romance novel , these books so far are solid fantasy escapism, and bring in a great deal of back story that any Diablo fan, I think, would enjoy This book was MUCH better than first, however I can still not give it a 4 star due to same problems I had with the first the writing style and lack of character development While I have adjusted to Knaak s style, I am still not a fan of it, and I believe that may be due to the lack of character development The story itself is great, and truly did keep me turning from page to page, but I felt the book could have been so muchI really wish he could focus just a littleon the charact This book was MUCH better than first, however I can still not give it a 4 star due to same problems I had with the first the writing style and lack of character development While I have adjusted to Knaak s style, I am still not a fan of it, and I believe that may be due to the lack of character development The story itself is great, and truly did keep me turning from page to page, but I felt the book could have been so muchI really wish he could focus just a littleon the character themselves.Overall though, book 2 was greatly improved and no doubt better than first I completely intended to read book 3 of the trilogy