The Erevis Cale Trilogy [Paul S. Kemp] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. From the mean streets of Sembia Erevis Cale might just seem . From Book 1: Erevis Cale – simple butler or much, much more? The shadows grow long on the mean streets of Selgaunt and the sun sets on one man’s service. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Paul S. Kemp is the author of several previous Forgotten Book 3 of 3 in The Erevis Cale Trilogy (3 Book Series).

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The Erevis Cale Trilogy Series in Order – Paul S. Kemp – FictionDB

With the half safely with him, he goes to find his old friend Jak Fleet and get to the bottom of why this sphere is so important. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Dec 30, Daniel rated it really liked it.

Paul- First, thank you for creating Erevis- clearly one of the best written heroes of the Realms! Drop whatever it is you’re doing and go buy this, not to mention that it’s wonderful to have all these books in one book. The fantasy genre has grown since I first made its acquaintance, and I am happy that one can still pick up books that offer a lot of plot tied to just enough substance to make one feel the stakes. Jun 28, Travis rated it really liked it Shelves: Book ratings by Goodreads.

This is the first time I’m reviewing an omnibus, and most likely my only. The only problem I had is with The Sojourner. However, with his partner Azriim, we have a totally different kind of villain.


Forgotten Realm wikis put him squarely in the “neutral” zone. I’m leaning more towards a combination of the two. Because of the speed and intensity with which Erevis became friends with the patriarch of the Uskevren family, Thamalon, his loyalties split.

Erevis Cale reading order | Paul S. Kemp, Fictioneer

Erevis was born as a human. The short story at the beginning, All the Sinners, Saints, does a triolgy job showing off Cale and Riven without getting long winded.

Mask had stolen some power from Shar when he was born, and from that piece of Mask’s, Kesson Rel stole a piece, and from that piece, Erevis Cale, Drasek Riven, and the shade Rivalen Tanthul split into three pieces amongst themselves. Avnon and the priests are unable to stop this from happening, but after a vision Avnon receives of two other Chose of Mask, he knows what he has to do.

It’s just wonderful seeing a series tie itself together so nicely. There isn’t a lot of problems with it being in this omnibus, but by itself, you may be left in the dark.

An excellent read for any fan of the realms.

Kemp does a masterful job of character development and immersion of Realmslore. The other short story is a nice story of some past events, but didn’t feel necessary and barely tied in. You will probably add Erevis to your list of fictional heroes, as I have. It’s straightforward as it needed to erveis with a few nice turns here and there.


The Erevis Cale Trilogy

It sets up the characters wonderfully and each of them are unique and memorable in some way. Erevis Cale – simple butler or much, much more? It was an enjoyable series, to be sure, and a lot of fun to read a not-so-good hero.

Salvatorewhich are all pretty awesome. The addition of the two short stories is interesting. The part caoe the dragon was really well done, too. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The depictions of the different towns and locales was especially good, and Kemp really pulls you into the environment his characters are in.

Erevis Cale

The first short story calw added some background on the characters of Erevis Cale and Drasek Riven, along with tying into the core trilogy seamlessly. Best bet is ebook. Arriving back at Stormweather, Cale finds and confronts the thieves who are after an unremarkable sphere, but is unable to stop them. So am I triloyg you go pick up this omnibus this very second?

The ending was excellent as we I read each of the books separately so what follows is my combined review from all three books which are included in this omnibus: Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants.