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Kellhus, Achamiam, and Emotion posted 07 June 2005 in The Warrior ProphetKellhus, Achamiam, and Emotion by Cohen, Peralogue

Quote: "Ka'tar":1e159qom
I really enjoyed both books, but seem to be different from many in that I think I liked the first book more.

Guess I was going from the idea that Kellhus was human. As the second book progresses I just found it harder to believe that he was that much better a warrior than everyone else and he was also several levels higher in terms of intelligence.

Did anyone else read the book and think "Geez, it is getting harder to swallow that every person he meets is a complete moron in comparison"?[/quote:1e159qom]


I struggle right now as to what offends me the most about this post........Ingnorance? How many people do you know that have been train since birth to control there suroundings and become a master at aggression? Well just the other day I watched a program on the Tibetan monks ...6 years old and this child could do things you woudn't believe. And that isn't fictional. I am beginning to realize what has offended me the most and I have to say it's when you said "Geez".
<!-- s:wink: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_wink.gif" alt=":wink:" title="Wink" /><!-- s:wink: -->.......Speaking of Morons look around you the world is full of them .. some even run countries!!!! People want to believe in something and its fairly obvious that the characters in these books need the same.
p.s.
The second book was better... more war.
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