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{Read Kindle} Ñ The Dalemark Quartet õ For centuries, Dalemark has been a land divided by the feuding earldoms of the North and South Now, with the help of the Undying, the mysterious gods of Dalemark, four extraordinary young peoplefrom the past, present and futurewill help shape the destiny of their land Includes Cart and Cwidder, Drowned Ammet, The Spellcoats and The Crown of Dalemark Reckless Traveler Dalemark has been a land divided by the feuding earldoms of the North and South Now Warren Buffett with the help of the Undying The Most Useful Websites the mysterious gods of Dalemark Kriza – hrvatski horror four extraordinary young peoplefrom the past The Gambler: How Penniless Dropout Kirk Kerkorian Became the Greatest Deal Maker in Capitalist History present and futurewill help shape the destiny of their land Includes Cart and Cwidder Serbian Fairy Tales Drowned Ammet Literistid ehk Patrik Laurise kummaline elu The Spellcoats and The Crown of Dalemark This book this book which is technically four books in one is my favorite book When I say my favorite book, I mean this set of four books right here have been my favorite singular piece of writing since my mom first bought it for me from a library book sale when I was in sixth grade, almost nine years ago now I consider this book to be Diana Wynne Jones s greatest masterpiece Originally, this being one of the first books I had ever read by her and therefore not prepared, I was extremely ups This book this book which is technically four books in one is my favorite book When I say my favorite book, I mean this set of four books right here have been my favorite singular piece of writing since my mom first bought it for me from a library book sale when I was in sixth grade, almost nine years ago now I consider this book to be Diana Wynne Jones s greatest masterpiece Originally, this being one of the first books I had ever read by her and therefore not prepared, I was extremely upset when I would go from the end of one book to the beginning of the next and find that the stories and characters had changed completely I was so frustrated by that that I would end up quitting it for weeks at a time until my anger died down this was my first read through in sixth grade.Let me tell you, I love Moril Moril and Mitt are some of my favorite characters of ever, of any genre I just want to give Moril a big squeeze and tell him that everything is going to be all right and he just needs to calm down Even having read this before, I couldn t remember much of the actual plot of any of the books, and I was on the edge of my seat all the way through especially the first book I think I finished that one the same day I picked it up Cart and Cwidder is the kind of book that starts going and keeps going, and you just need to try your best to keep up The book with Mitt, Drowned Ammet took a little longer, mostly because this is the book where one starts to realize that there are a whole lot of facts here and you need to keep them all straight, and everything starts to blur together and suddenly I feel the need to make lists of who everyone is and where they are and what time period everything is happening in The third book, Spellcoats, was the hardest for me to get through Reading books set so far in the past give me a really jittery nervous creeped out feeling and man this whole book was like that, it was just so far in the past and you start to remember that everyone in this book has to be dead now hahaha, right and that gives me terrible paranoia for some reason But then even that book you start to realize things that you didn t before and it s simply astounding, the amount of detail that Diana put into this world,The last book, The Crown of Dalemark and the bringing together that it causes I cried my eyes out at the end of this book Really, I started crying about halfway through this book and then severely dehydrated myself because I continued to cry for the next few days For some reason, this story is extremely powerful to me I invest a lot of energy into this book series, and it doesn t disappoint Everyone needs to read this at some point view spoiler Maewen and Mitt is my OTP, I swear The one thing I am most upset about is the fact that it never flat out says that she is one of the undying The thing is, is she must be She absolutely must be There is no excuse for Maewen to NOT be the undying The thing is, is I am convinced as convinced as a person can be that she was granted the life of an undying when she was in the temple and asked to stay in that time period with Mitt I think it s the least he could have done, since she had to be sent back Mitt and Maewen have to be undying together There is no other option, guys Seriously hide spoiler This is a book that I have had in my library for years and when I want to see old friends again I reread, which I just did Each of the first 3 books stands alone in creating an interesting world and adventure that is fun to read The 4th book brings the first 3 together and answers questions that were left unanswered. At first I was a little confused, the only thing the first three books had in common was the country, Dalemark, and the Undying , gods with powers and maybe immortal humans But the fourth gathers all the threads and makes a satisfying whole Though I think there could have been a fewchapters at the end Overall quite an enjoyable read for adults and young people. The four books included in this omnibus are listed below I ve read this before, but it has been quite a while, and as I recall it s not a real fast read maybe because the book is heavy Cart and CwidderClennen the singer, his wife and 4 children are traveling through Dalemark They pick up Kialan as a passenger, but he acts very strange Clennen s son Moril inherits his cwidder, a musical instrument that has strange powers which Moril must learn to use to save Kialan.Drowned AmmetMitt is a yo The four books included in this omnibus are listed below I ve read this before, but it has been quite a while, and as I recall it s not a real fast read maybe because the book is heavy Cart and CwidderClennen the singer, his wife and 4 children are traveling through Dalemark They pick up Kialan as a passenger, but he acts very strange Clennen s son Moril inherits his cwidder, a musical instrument that has strange powers which Moril must learn to use to save Kialan.Drowned AmmetMitt is a young boy in the slums of Holand, who dreams of being a revolutionary and putting down the oppressive rule of the earls in the south of Dalemark When his part of an uprising goes wrong, he must flee and he ends up on a boat owned by two children of one of the hated earls, Hildy and Ynen, the children of Navis They go to the Holy Islands with the help of Old Ammet and Libby Beer, avatars of the Undying The story ends when the three children and Navis are helped by the islanders to get away and sail to the north.The SpellcoatsI realized too late that this one should be read first it deals with happenings in prehistoric Dalemark, well before the times of the previous two books The five children of Closti the Clam live near the River The story is told by the fourth youngest, Tanaqui, who is weaving their story into rugcoats Their father and eldest brother Gull have to go away to fight the Heathens, leaving the children behind The people of the village hate them, except for their uncle Kestrel, because they are blond haired instead of brown and look like the people the villagers call the Heathens Their father does not return, but Gull returns a shattered man When the river rises unexpectedly and floods them out, they load everything into a boat and go off down the river to escape the villagers, taking the statues of their Undying gods, with them the One, the Lady, and the Young One When they reach the sea, they meet the evil Kankredin, a sorcerer, and get involved in a war against him The River and their gods help them, but the book ends just before the final battle, with Tanaqui struggling to finish her final weaving.The Crown of DalemarkThe first section of the book begins somewhere after Drowned Ammet left off, with Mitt now in the service of Countess of Aberath He is told that Ynen will be killed unless Mitt agrees to kill a girl called Noreth, who is looking for the crown of Dalemark to unite the north and south Then the second book switches to modern times 200 years later, and a girl called Maewen, who is traveling by train to Kernsberg to visit her father who is the curator at the Tannoreth Palace The palace contains a lot of portraits and artifacts from olden days When Wend, her father s secretary, hands Maewen a golden statue of the One, she is suddenly sent back in time to take Noreth s place Wend is with her, and Mitt and Navis are there, as is Moril the singer from Cart and Cwidder She is supposed to find the ring, the cup, and the sword of the true king which will lead to an uprising that eventually will unite the north and south But the remnants of the evil mage Kankredin are reassembling themselves, and he is doing his best to steer Maewen into the wrong paths The rest of the story tells what she overcomes to find the three artifacts and eventually get back to her own time I felt this was the most exciting book of the four, but it ends with Maewen determined to find the witch Cennoreth and find Mitt again So it was a rather unsatisfying ending I felt as if there should be a fifth book to wrap everything up