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The Black Cauldron I thought this was an amazing book that rocked my imagination on every page. I personally love the midevial time period and this book allowed me to get closer to this period. When Taran sets out on the adventure of his life, he has no idea what he's in for. He seeks the black cauldron because of it's corupt power to make men mean and to turn them into things that goes beyond the average imagination. He is then tricked into finding the black cauldron and Taran and his group end up paying a heavy price for the cauldron. When bringing the cauldron back to Caer Dablen, they find one of their long lost avaricous friends named Ellidyr, who ran away to claim the victory of the cauldron for himself. After Ellidyr makes a burdensome deal with the group, they are captured by a contempuous king and then they are put in the situation of life and death and getting their prize pocession back from the disdainful ruler.
Shane CentkowskiBetter than The Book of Three, now that is good Taran is given his own sword, knowing Taran that is a great start. He is accompanying others on a quest to relieve Arawn of The Black Cauldron. Along the, and on the way back, Taran learns the follies of seeking personal glory and things like that. Stupendously written this book (although sometimes unfairly judged by that HORENDOUS Disney cartoon) is one of the best books in children and YA literature. The characters from the book of three are wonderfully expanded upon (My fav, is Coll) and the new ones won't disappoint. Simply gorgeous in every way. A wonderful entertaining epic with good morals, just one of the best books ever.
Wonderful I am new to this Author with the Prydain Chronicles ...... THESE BOOKS TELL A WONDERFUL STORY ..... this is the second book in the series and you need to read these books in order if you want to know all of the story. They are a little like Harry Potter in that the hero (an assistant pig keeper) is something of an untrained wizard and doesn't know he is ..... but set in much different times ..... there are dwarfs and elves and magical creatures and beings ..... The author has created a wonderful fantasy world but with believable and human characters ... set in an ancient time ... very entertaining ...... there are traces of Eragon's world here as well ..... The reader is above average but he's no Jim Dale (but then who is- there is only one BEST reader after all)....