Malloreon
Books in series5
UNABRIDGED
(4.5 based on 3396 ratings)
  • 1

    Guardians of the West: The Malloreon, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (15 hrs and 21 mins)
    • By David Eddings
    • Narrated By Cameron Beierle
    Overall
    (817)
    Performance
    (446)
    Story
    (457)

    Garion has slain the evil God Torak and been crowned King of Riva. The Prophecy has been fulfilled - or so it seems.

    Robert Eric Koch says: "Fantastic First Rate Fantasy"
    Fantastic First Rate Fantasy
    Reviewed on June 27 2012 by Robert Eric Koch (MONTEVALLO, AL, US)
  • 2

    King of the Murgos: The Malloreon, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (16 hrs and 5 mins)
    • By David Eddings
    • Narrated By Cameron Beierle
    Overall
    (663)
    Performance
    (362)
    Story
    (370)

    The infant son of Garion and Ce'Nedra had been foully kidnapped. And thus, they begin the great quest to rescue the child, with the immortal Belgarath the Sorcerer, his daughter Polgara the Sorceress, and,inevitably, the little Drasnian, Silk. Guided by the Orb of the god Aldur, their way leads through the foul swamps of Nyissa, then into the lands of the Murgos, where they must face a horrible danger to not only themselves, but to all of mankind.

    Mark H. Rosengarten says: "Please, don't say "horror" anymore..."
    Please, don't say "horror" anymore...

    The story is every bit as good as I remember it. The narrator has difficulty with pronunciation of many words, such as "horror", which has says as "h..Show More »

    Reviewed on June 23 2008 by Mark H. Rosengarten (Wallkill, NY USA)
  • 3

    Demon Lord of Karanda: The Malloreon, Book 3

    • UNABRIDGED (15 hrs and 1 min)
    • By David Eddings
    • Narrated By Cameron Beierle
    Overall
    (666)
    Performance
    (363)
    Story
    (369)

    Zandranias stole King Garion's infant son, planning to use the child in a ritual that would make the Dark Destiny supreme. Garion and his friends followed, but now they were captives of Zakath, Emperor of Mallorea.

    Mark H. Rosengarten says: "Excellent story, fair narration"
    Excellent story, fair narration

    The story is every bit as good as I remember it. The narrator has difficulty with pronunciation of many words, such as "horror", which has says as "h..Show More »

    Reviewed on June 23 2008 by Mark H. Rosengarten (Wallkill, NY USA)
  • 4

    Sorceress of Darshiva: The Malloreon, Book 4

    • UNABRIDGED (14 hrs and 36 mins)
    • By David Eddings
    • Narrated By Cameron Beierle
    Overall
    (629)
    Performance
    (345)
    Story
    (353)

    Troubles and delays continue to mount as King Garion, Belgarath, Polgara, and the company pursue Zandramas across the known world. Possessed by the Dark Destiny, Zandramas has kidnapped Garion's infant son and plans to use him in a ritual that would destroy all that men value. Always one step ahead, taunting and spying on Garion and his party in the form of a great flying dragon, Zandramas races to beat them to the "Place Which Is No More".

    Harry says: "Calling all Eddings fans!"
    Calling all Eddings fans!

    I have both and lost my print version. I hate moving. Listening to the character vocalizations is humorous. I sometimes disagree with the tones given ..Show More »

    Reviewed on August 03 2013 by Harry (United States)
  • 5

    The Seeress of Kell: The Malloreon, Book 5

    • UNABRIDGED (16 hrs and 54 mins)
    • By David Eddings
    • Narrated By Cameron Beierle
    Overall
    (621)
    Performance
    (347)
    Story
    (346)

    Time was running out for Garion and his companions in their quest to recover Garion's infant son and heir. If they could not locate the Place Which Is No More, then Zandramas, the Child of Dark, would use Garion's son in a rite that would raise the Dark Prophecy to eternal domination over the universe. Only the Seeress of Kell could reveal the site of that mysterious place, and she could only do that once Garion and Polgara had fulfilled an ancient prophecy in the mountain fastness of the Seers.

    smokeyjunk@comcast.net says: "The next best thing to reading the book yourself!"
    The next best thing to reading the book yourself!

    Yes. I love the book, and despite issues with Beierle mispronouncing some names and assigning odd accents to characters (seriously, why does Mandoral..Show More »

    Reviewed on February 09 2013 by smokeyjunk@comcast.net (Seattle, WA)