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Amber, The One Real World Of Which All Others Including Our Own Earth Are But ShadowsFor Untold Millennia, The Cosmic Pattern Sustained Order In Amber And All The Known Worlds But Now The Forces Of Chaos Have Succeeded In Disrupting The Pattern, Unleashing Destructive Forces Beyond Measure Forces Meant To Reshape The UniverseTo Save Amber, Corwin, Prince Of The Blood, Champion Of The Perfect Realm, Must Undertake The Most Perilous Journey Of His Life A Journey That Will Take Him Through All The Terrors Of Shadows To The Enemy S Last Stonghold A Journey Beyond The Very Edge Of Existence To The Courts Of Chaos


10 thoughts on “The Courts of Chaos (The Chronicles of Amber #5)

  1. Kristy G. Stewart Kristy G. Stewart says:

    Here is where I ll put my opinion on the first five books As a series, the worldbuilding is amazing, the characters intriguing, and the format is fast paced It s interesting to see a book where there are few characters that can claim clean hands, and it makes for a complex storyline.That said, I sometimes feel like there s a bit too much explaining going on though the first book does a good job of making the explaining organic I can t remember how many times the reader hears about the polit Here is where I ll put my opinion on the first five books As a series, ...


  2. Kevin Kevin says:

    Corwin gets a quest and heads to Chaos, and leprechauns and The World Tree, a fitting ending to the first arc of the Amber series, enjoyed all 5 of the novels, onto the second arc now.


  3. Darwin8u Darwin8u says:

    Sometimes it s damned hard to tell the dancer from the danceRoger Zelazny, Coruts of ChaosSo, this isn t the bottom of the first five books in the Chronicles of Amber Actually, of the five books that make up the Corwin cycle Books 1 5 , it might be my favorite so 3.5 I haven t been impressed by the five enough to rush soon into the Merlin cycle Books 6 10 I ll probably get there I own all ten The Great Book of Amber , but other books from other favorite authors remain unreadSometimes it s damned hard to tell the dancer from the danceRoger Zelazny, Coruts of ChaosSo, this isn t the bottom of ...


  4. Jackie Jackie says:

    In some ways, I enjoyed this one, the fifth in the Amber series, the most The momentum built, the suspense, the twists and turns, the revealing of character traits, truth from lies The way Zelazny tells this story is incredibly unique in the manner in which you learn the story, piece by piece, onepart of the puzzle He kept me interested the whole time, and wantingHe knows just when to give meto keep me from getting frustrated and holding back just enough to keep my interest In some ways, I enjoyed this one, the fifth in the Amber series, the most The momentum built, the suspense, the twists and turns, the revealing of character traits, tru...


  5. Cameron Cameron says:

    I m going to write some general remarks that can serve for books 1 5 the Corwin books and then break down my thoughts book by book Likes Zelazny is a great world builder vivid imagery combined with his poetic writing leads to some pretty amazing visuals and really immersed me into these books He has somewhat of a 70s, intellectual vibe to his prose which I really liked It was a good combination for me, though I could see how this would irk some readers There is plenty of political intri I m going to write some general remarks that can serve for books 1 5 the Corwin books and the...


  6. Mike Jordan Mike Jordan says:

    Sad It would have been nice to go out with opera in a big Wagnerian finale beneath strange skies, against worthy opponents not scrabbling about in a foggy wasteland That quote, an excerpt from Chapter 7 in this novel, sums up my thoughts on the final novel in the Corwin cycle of the Chronicles of Amber Zelazny ventures into a philosphical self analysis of Corwin s character and motivations as he travels to the Courts of Chaos, but it seems a bit long winded at times The transitions th Sad It would have been nice to go out with opera in a big Wagnerian finale beneath strange skies, against worthy opponents not scrabbling about in a foggy wasteland That quote, an excerpt from Chapter 7 in this novel, sums up my thoughts on the final novel in the Corwin cycle of the Chronicles of Amber Zelazny ventures into a philosphical self analysis of Corwin s character and motivations as he travels to the Courts of Chaos, but it seems a bit long winded at times The transitions through shadows also seemed much longer than in previous novels Still it s an interesting change of pace from the relentless plot twists in The Hand of Oberon.The ending is an anti climatic, but fitting conclusion to the series, although there are some unanswered questions presumably to set the stage for the Merlin cycle of novels , and certain things happen to Random that don t make a great deal of sense If ...


  7. Kimberley doruyter Kimberley doruyter says:

    wonderful.the battle, the journey and the sadness of passing.this would seem the natural end of the series, i m glad it isn t.


  8. Rosava Doshchyk Rosava Doshchyk says:

    , , ,, ,, , ,, ,, La Belle Dame sans Merci , , , ,,, , , ,,, , ,


  9. Erik Erickson Erik Erickson says:

    the Courts of Chaos, a grossly non Euclidean realm A satisfying and touching finish, despite its uneven start This last chapter was the best, being a final adventure filled with wonderfully surreal encounters and phenomena Some details were probably inspired or borrowed from better known predecessors But like King did...


  10. Mary Catelli Mary Catelli says:

    This opens with Random demanding that Corwin open the door he brought food because Corwin is reacting badly to the revelation at the end of Hand, namely that view spoiler Ganelon was really Oberon in disguise hide spoiler More revelations ensue Who is designated Oberon s heir What Dara ...