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Author: Terry Brooks
ISBN: 0345459385
Language: English
Pages: 415 pages
Category: Fantasy
Publisher: Earthlight; First Edition edition (2003)
Rating: 4.6
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Ballantine books, new york. But he mistrusted this creature, this Morgawr, a thing not entirely human, a wielder of magic that could undo a man before he had time to realize what was happening. He was still unconvinced of the advisability of doing what he was being asked to do. He was afraid of the Ilse Witch; he could admit that to himself if to no one else.

This book finishes off Antrax as a whole, and introduces the Morgawr into the voyage as he tries to destroy the remaining members of the company.

A lot of somebodies, apparently. This book finishes off Antrax as a whole, and introduces the Morgawr into the voyage as he tries to destroy the remaining members of the company. Bek runs from danger with Truls Rohk and his sister who is suffering from severe shock of what the Sword has revealed and the possibility of what it would mean, while Red First off, this book is the last book in the Voyage of the Jerle Shannara trilogy.

First, they had moved into shape-shifter territory. He knew this not because there were boundary markers or signposts or anything that would designate it as such. dn’t even be certain he recognized what he was looking at from his previous visit. He knew where he was because he could feel the shape-shifters watching him. He could feel their eyes. It was broad daylight and the sparsely wooded slopes offered few hiding places, so it didn’t appear as if anyone was there. Yet they were, he knew, and not far away.

For the Morgawr, the goal is two fold: to find and control the fabled ancient books of magic, and to destroy the dark .

For the Morgawr, the goal is two fold: to find and control the fabled ancient books of magic, and to destroy the dark disciple who betrayed him-the Ilse Witch. But the Ilse Witch is already a prisoner. Exposed to the awesome power of the Sword of Shannara, and forced to confront the truth of her horrifying deeds, she has fled deep into her own mind. Alot of repetitious subplots and predictable outcomes in the process of weaving the story towards a climatic conclusion. If you are not a fan, or are reading for the first time, the Shanara world will leave you bored and feeling cheated.

New York Times bestselling author Terry Brooks became the master of epic fantasy with the publication of his legendary debut . For the Morgawr, the goal is two fold: to find and control the fabled ancient books of magic, and to destroy the dark disciple who betrayed him-the Ilse Witch.

New York Times bestselling author Terry Brooks became the master of epic fantasy with the publication of his legendary debut, The Sword of Shannara. Since then, each new novel in the Shannara saga has brilliantly built upon and deepened the world of breathtaking magic, adventure, and intrigue he created.

Walker, Truls Rohk said softly, bending close to him. Tell us what to do. The pale face shifted slightly, and the dark eyes settled on the other. Carry me out of here. Go where I tell you to go. Don’t stop until you get there. My wounds are beyond help.

The Morgawr’s goal is twofold: find and control the fabled ancient books of magic and destroy the dark disciple who betrayed him-the .

The Morgawr’s goal is twofold: find and control the fabled ancient books of magic and destroy the dark disciple who betrayed him-the Ilse Witch. Now at the mercy of those who seek vengeance against her, the Ilse Witch’s only protector is her long-lost brother, Bek Ohmsford, who is determined to redeem his beloved sister. and to fulfill her destiny. If you love Terry Brooks, you must have this book.

The Morgawr moved like liquid night, sliding along the edges of the shadows as he eased across the bedchamber. He sat waiting in his chambers for a long time after sunset, speculating on what would happen when the Morgawr returned

The Morgawr moved like liquid night, sliding along the edges of the shadows as he eased across the bedchamber. He sat waiting in his chambers for a long time after sunset, speculating on what would happen when the Morgawr returned. That he would, to claim his end of the bargain, was a given What exactly he would ask was less certain. He would not threaten, but the threat was there nevertheless: if he could so easily dispose of a Prime Minister and a Minister of the Treasury, how much harder could it be to dispose of a recalcitrant Minister of Defense?

Happy Birthday, Ard Rhys Terry Brooks! Your WebDruid and fans wish you magic and a good book today! . Terry Brooks and Robin Hobb! And some Jim Butcher news.

Happy Birthday, Ard Rhys Terry Brooks! Your WebDruid and fans wish you magic and a good book today! Terry Brooks. 6 January at 08:46 ·. For those of you asking about signed copies of THE LAST DRUID, The Signed Page will be having copies again. Take a look here for details. New Signings: Terry Brooks & Robin Hobb.

This is complete list of works by American fantasy author Terry Brooks. The Sword of Shannara (1977). The Elfstones of Shannara (1982). The Wishsong of Shannara (1985). The Scions of Shannara (1990). The Druid of Shannara (1991). The Elf Queen of Shannara (1992). The Talismans of Shannara (1993). First King of Shannara (1996). The Word & Void series precedes the action in Genesis of Shannara trilogy and serves as the very start of the Shannara saga. Running with the Demon (1997).

Comments (7)
Arthunter
This is the concluding volume of The Voyage of the Jerle Shannara trilogy by Terry Brooks. It is a riveting conclusion to the series and actually puts events into motion that set up the next trilogy of the Shannara series. Morgawr picks right up where Antrax left off and goes all the way to the grand finale of the trilogy. The survivors of the battles with Antrax are pursued by the Morgawr and his Mwellret followers. They must overcome additional challenges before finally escaping his clutches only to be overtaken and confronted by his evil power. Bek Ohmsford must find a way to get through to his catatonic sister, the Ilse Witch, or all will be lost. The journey home cannot take place until that is accomplished.

Having read this series once when it first came out, I was very happy to reread it again. It has held up remarkably well as has the entire series. Brooks is a great novel writer. I originally was not happy with the trilogy system, but I think that had a lot to do with one particular trilogy that went off the rails in my opinion. This trilogy, upon rereading it has actually increased in its stature. I have changed my earlier opinion of the series and this book as a result of rereading it. I must have had something going on that altered my perception of this book because it was much better than I remember.

Maybe it was comparing it to The Heritage of Shannara set which has yet to be surpassed as the best Shannara set of books short of The Elfstones of Shannara, one of the first Shannara books. This trilogy stands up well on its own. I liked the introduction of airships and their method of levitation and motion. I have borrowed it and put it into my own Pathfinder campaign. So that should say a lot about how I like the series and this trilogy now.
ZloyGenii
Such wonderful tales from Terry Brooks. This book brings back memories of a special time in youth experiencing the World of Shannara: with it's many-layered characters, it's unique Post-Apocalyptic history (before such became the mainstay of modern fantasy) and it's originality of intertwining the of Shannara legends with its recent past, it's present and a questionable future that rely on the changing of events by the humble, backwards individuals we can relate to...these stories pull us in and show us how we can be that hero and learn those valuable lessons when all things look bleak, there is always help & support from the most unlikely sources. Begin at the first Shannarra book and work your way through to the current ones. You will not regret it!
Mejora
A fine edition of the last book in the trilogy for fans of Terry Brooks. Alot of repetitious subplots and predictable outcomes in the process of weaving the story towards a climatic conclusion. If you are not a fan, or are reading for the first time, the Shanara world will leave you bored and feeling cheated. There is nothing profound in the telling of this tale, and those new to Shanara will be bored and find the story and its style a bit to contrived and lacking in complexity.
But simple narration and small accomplishments of the characters that leads to unbelievable acts of heroism and the usual revelations in corny but touching events are exactly what fans want. To lose themselves in a story that will whisk them away from their hectic and boring lives.
anonymous
What can I say... after reading the first 2 of this trilogy, I was anticipating the continuation for many many months. This book does wrap up the trilogy but the result seems flat and hollow compared to the previous two. Some mysteries go unexplained, some storylines just fade into othing and we once again are forced to deal with a story that gets developed nicely over a long period and then wrapped up too quickly in a few pages. A voyage that took months, and a good part of the first book, to accomplish, is completed in very short order on the return leg in this book. I guess the world was perfect over those 6 months or so.. One wonders a great deal about what continuations there are to the lives of those who are left... but the characters seem to be abandoned in the end. Maybe its a prelude to another book, but if the majority of the Brooks books have taught me anything, its not likely we will find out anything more about most of the characters. I quess they just all came home and lived their lives - altough its precisely THERE that this book could have made some interesting reading and story development (since the voyage back over 6 months on a skeleton crew was infinitely simpler and without incidence as compared to the voyage out with a fully manned and provisioned ship). If you've read the other 2 books, read this to complete to story - but you will likely feel the same way ... thinking, "Is that it?"
Ice_One_Guys
Reading this book and it is extremely exciting Terry Brooks is a master of turns of plot. I haven't read better. He is good at what he does, That is if you love Great Fantasy as I do. Tolkien, Stephen Donaldson, Philip Pollman,Taylor Anderson and J. K. Rowling all write great adventures with twisting plots and exciting characters that you both love and hate. Terry Brooks keeps me up late at night with the best of them.
Mr.Bean
While I love Terry Brooks' writing style and ordered as many as I could of his books, eventually it was disappointing to me that the main characters met such sticky ends. I wished poor old Walker Boh would have succeeded somehow, and Grianne could have had some happier experiences. Ahren Elessedil led a lonely life and the Elf nation did not know what he did or his ancestress, Wren went through. Each young character also spent too long doubting themselves and I kept on thinking "get on with it; believe you can do it". In the end they did it but the greater population never found out. What they did was the stuff of legend, but the legend was never truly passed on to the following generations. Perhaps I just like a happier scenario and I know reality is not like that. But it is not always as dismal as this either.