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[Epub] ↠ Stone of Farewell (Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn, #2) Author Tad Williams – Reptileclassifieds.us

Stone of Farewell (Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn, #2) The Second Book In The Trilogy That Launched One Of The Most Important Fantasy Writers Of Our Time.It Is A Time Of Darkness, Dread, And Ultimate Testing For The Realm Of Osten Ard, For The Wild Magic And Terrifying Minions Of The Undead Sithi Ruler, Ineluki The Storm King, Are Spreading Their Seemingly Undefeatable Evil Across The Kingdom.With The Very Land Blighted By The Power Of Ineluki S Wrath, The Tattered Remnants Of A Once Proud Human Army Flee In Search Of A Last Sanctuary And Rallying Point The Stone Of Farewell, A Place Shrouded In Mystery And Ancient Sorrow.An Even As Prince Josua Seeks To Rally His Scattered Forces, Simon And The Surviving Members Of The League Of The Scroll Are Desperately Struggling To Discover The Truth Behind An Almost Forgotten Legend, Which Will Take Them From The Fallen Citadels Of Humans To The Secret Heartland Of The Sithi Where Near Immortals Must At Last Decide Whether To Ally With The Race Of Men In A Final War Against Those Of Their Own Blood.

[Epub] ↠ Stone of Farewell (Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn, #2)  Author Tad Williams – Reptileclassifieds.us
  • 874 pages
  • Stone of Farewell (Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn, #2)
  • Tad Williams
  • English
  • 24 August 2018
  • 0099848104

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] ↠ Stone of Farewell (Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn, #2) Author Tad Williams – Reptileclassifieds.us


  1. says:

    My review of The Dragonbone Chair did not do the novel justice It was written in haste, a few quickly typed lines before I launched into The Stone of Farewell See, The Dragonbone Chair ended on such a note that I just did.not.have.the.time to think about a decent review I simply had to know what happened next.The first novel went to great pains to establish the world, so there wasn t such a lot of exposition required for The Stone of Farewell This freed the author up to do what he apparently My review of The Dragonbone Chair did not do the novel justice It was written in haste, a few quickly typed lines before I launched into The Stone of Farewell See, The Dragonbone Chair ended on such a note that I just did.not.have.the.time to think about a decent review I simply had to know what happened next.The first novel went to great pains to establish the world, so there wasn t such a lot of exposition required for The Stone of Farewell This freed the author up to do what he apparently does best write awesome, and remarkably cinematic, fantasy There is an epic sweep to Memory, Sorrow and Thorn that does both Tolkien and David Lean proud George R.R Martin is on record saying that this series inspired him to write A Song of Ice and Fire.Simo...


  2. says:

    A bit too long even for my taste, although, if you ask me, I don t know what could have been cut from it We follow our heroes quest throughout Osten Ard, but now we havethreads The remaining good guys are scattered throughout the land, each trying to reach the Stone of Farewell, the last safe bastion from the Storm King.There is a single wow moment, for me at least, and it was at 96% However, there isn t a single dull moment in the whole book It s just that their journeys are taking A bit too long even for my taste, although, if you ask me, I don t know what could have been cut from it We follow our heroes quest throughout Osten Ard, but now we havethreads The remaining good guys are scattered throughout the land, each trying to reach the Stone of Farewell, the last safe bastion from the Storm King.There is a single wow moment, for me at least, and it was at 96% However, there isn t a single du...


  3. says:

    Such a great second book in a series Plenty of characters, great characters, challenges which showedof the main characters reactions and humanity Amazing plot, properly written and developed Just the right amount of c...


  4. says:

    As I look back on the reading experience for Stone of Farewell, I wonder exactly why I enjoyed it so much I mean, not an awful lot happens Simon returns to being a pouty, immature boyoften than not There s an awful lot of walking, while keeping a look out for the bad guys In fact, you could probably sum up the whole book in one sentence Most of the good guys get to the Stone of Farewell.I guess what made it worthwhile for me was learning quite a bitabout the Sithi Williams ver As I look back on the reading experience for Stone of Farewell, I wonder exactly why I enjoyed it so much I mean, not an awful lot happens Simon returns to being a pouty, immature boyoften than not There s an awful lot of walking, while keeping a look out for the bad guys In fact, you could probably sum up the whole book in one sentence Most of the good guys get to the Stone of Farewell.I guess what...


  5. says:

    This is book 2 in the Memory, Sorrow and Thorn series and it s a pretty classic fantasy series I find that classic fantasy often tends to fall into some of the tropes I don t love very much sloooooow pacing and not so developed characters were the two major complaints with this book but when I am in the mood to read a classic fantasy series I do enjoy a good one and I think this one is that Simon is the main character for a lot of the first book but I feel like in book two we start to bran T...


  6. says:

    Ok first review of 2018 and what do you know its 5 stars out of 5 Anyway this book is a huge improvement on the previous book which was already fantastic, I think what stood out for me in this book was the pace and tension kept building as it wasn t like in the great hunt where it starts all over again for each book I felt the story moved muchhere than in Dragonbone chair and I was invested into what the characters were up to as they got on with there tasks set for them in Osten Ard That Ok first review of 2018 and what do you know its 5 stars out of 5 Anyway this book is a huge improvement on the previous book which was already fantastic, I think what stood out for me in this book was the pace and tension kept building as it wasn t like in the great hunt where it starts all over again for each book I felt the story moved muchhere than in Dragonbone chair and I was invested into what the characters were up to as they got on with there tasks set for them in Osten Ard That is another thing I loved about this book the number of characters is just amazing and it was such a joy to revisit some Rachel and I was invested in all of the POV s as not only did I feel attached to the characters I was fascinated because I was learning of the huge world that is Osten Ard whether it is the mythical sites our h...


  7. says:

    The apocalypse that has befallen the world of Osten Ard is fully unveiled It might be a slow unravelling but it is a very satisfying one The worldbuilding is tremendous Our view of the world expands and its full of magnificent places, people and their stories Especially the various subraces of the elvenkind are awesome Apart from the Middle Earth this is the only place that I can say that I love the Elves They share the grandeur and the drama of their Tolkien counterparts but they are at The apocalypse that has befallen the world of Osten Ard is fully unveiled It might be a slow unravelling but it is a very satisfying one The worldbuilding is tremendous Our view of the world expands and its full of magnificent places, people and their stories Especially the various subraces of the elvenkind are awesome Apart from the Middle Earth this is the only place that I can say that I love the Elves They share the grandeur and the drama of their Tolkien co...


  8. says:

    It has been about 7 years since I read the first book and it took me quite a while to get back into the story Once I remembered the multitude of characters, I was quickly sucked in again.On the one hand I really enjoyed the story on the other hand it was veeeery long in places A lot of description, that didn t feel entirely necessary in some scenes while at other places it felt perfectly balanced, even though it had some minute details.What bugged me as everyone knowing me will expect It has been about 7 years since I read the first book and it took me quite a while to get back into the story Once I remembered the multitude of characters, I was quickly sucked in again.On the one hand I really enjoyed the story on the other hand it was veeeery long in places A lot of description, that didn t feel entirely necessary in some scenes while at other places it felt perfectly balanced, even though it had some minute details.What bugged me as everyone knowing me will expect was that there was quite some being in love in this one Thankfully not a full love story, but a princess in love with someone, a prince in love with someone, and a mooncalf boy in love with someone Or other It wasn t overly much but mentioned quite often, and I simply hate romance in my fantasy especially if it doesn t really feel like a...


  9. says:

    I hate this book Here, let me sum it up for you so you don t waste all the time I did hoping this monstrosity would get better.Some people walk through a forest A fight happens Someone falls down and has a prophetic dream that they never tell anyone about More walking through the forest Repeat ad nauseum.Yes, that was the entire book People falling senseless or whatever the heck every ten pages, a lot of whining, and the occasional anticlimactic pointless battle followed bypassing I hate this book Here, let me sum it up for you so you don t waste all the time I did hoping this monstrosity would get better.Some peopl...


  10. says:

    SPOILERS Whereas the first book was a nice comfort read, this one gave me anxiety through much of it.Lots of stuff going on, a bitconflict but few resolutions, which I expect will come in the last book.There is alot of back and fourth with different characters POV s as they all strive to their own purposes.I have grown to dislike Mirabele, who in the first book seemed strong but has now turned to a stupid shallow child I hate that she gave herself to the earl..little whore. I also hat SPOILERS Whereas the first book was a nice comfort read, this one gave me anxiety through much of it.Lots of stuff going on, a...

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