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eBook » Straken AUTHOR Terry Brooks Paperback Read ✓ johnscyclingdiary Ä ❴Ebook❵ ➣ Straken Author Terry Brooks – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk The High Druid of Shannara trilogy draws to a thrilling close as a young hero nears completion of his trial by fire a banished rulOf all things damned the Forbidding With the noble dwarf Tagwen and the prodigal elven princess Khyber Elessedil by his side–and with the outcome of the bloody war between the Federation and the Free born at stake–Pen has accepted his mission without uestion But not without risk or sacrificeBecause Shadea a’Ru the ruthless Druid responsible for imprisoning the true Ard Rhys and usurping leadership at Paranor has sent her agents and assassins in relentless pursuit of Pen and his comrades And in securing the talisman he needs to breach the Forbidding Pen has paid a devastating price Now if the Free born forces–already decimated by This was a somehow difficult book I have read a couple from Brooks before and also the others were not my favourites I know reading a book of a series out of context and not in the right order always is complicated and since I have done this so many times before I try not to judge this at all But this book was very difficult to understand all the terms and happenings that are only hinted at The story is gripping enough and well constructed and I did like it Sometimes it seemed to be too many pages of prose some spoken word would have lightened up the book also i was not happy that the creature from the forbidding was forgotten in the end and when finally the demon was sent back i saw hope but no too bad anyway the constructed fantasy world is well spun and full of magic and still untold stories I just think that i never really got into this one

Straken AUTHOR Terry BrooOf all things damned the Forbidding With the noble dwarf Tagwen and the prodigal elven princess Khyber Elessedil by his side–and with the outcome of the bloody war between the Federation and the Free born at stake–Pen has accepted his mission without uestion But not without risk or sacrificeBecause Shadea a’Ru the ruthless Druid responsible for imprisoning the true Ard Rhys and usurping leadership at Paranor has sent her agents and assassins in relentless pursuit of Pen and his comrades And in securing the talisman he needs to breach the Forbidding Pen has paid a devastating price Now if the Free born forces–already decimated by This was a somehow difficult book I have read a couple from Brooks before and also the others were not my favourites I know reading a book of a series out of context and not in the right order always is complicated and since I have done this so many times before I try not to judge this at all But this book was very difficult to understand all the terms and happenings that are only hinted at The story is gripping enough and well constructed and I did like it Sometimes it seemed to be too many pages of prose some spoken word would have lightened up the book also i was not happy that the creature from the forbidding was forgotten in the end and when finally the demon was sent back i saw hope but no too bad anyway the constructed fantasy world is well spun and full of magic and still untold stories I just think that i never really got into this one

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Straken AUTHOR Terry Brooks ☆ The High Druid of Shannara trilogy draws to a thrilling close as a young hero nears completion of his trial by fire a banished ruler fights for her life in a wilderness of dread and forces of darkness and light suare off in a battle unto death for the right to absolute rule Prepare to be spellbound by the masterly hand of bestselling legend weaver Terry Brooks conjuring at the peak of his skillsFor reasons known only to himself the King of the Silver River has charged young Penderrin Ohmsford barely than a boy with the daunting task of rescuing his aunt Grianne Ard Rhys of the Druid order from her forced exile in the terrifying dimension Again we're back to lack of surprises Premonition or a oracle telling the future Do this then that was difficult but managed nonetheless Fine this too shall come to pass Can we move on to the next topic now? No we obviously need to endure another shitty trilogyThen there's some business with elves and the Federation that no one really cares about Oh wow Much worldbuilding such storyline Ensuring us there are actually other people supposed to live in this world than the main protagonists Ohmsfords doc ☆ Straken AUTHOR Terry Brooks ´ Terry Brooks

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Terry Brooks ´ Straken AUTHOR Terry Brooks reader The Federation’s death dealing new weapon–should fall Shadea’s domination of the Four Lands will be assured Nothing short of Pen’s success can turn the tide But Pen’s challenge grows greater when he learns that his parents Bek Ohmsford and Rue Meridian have fallen into Shadea’s hands He must try to help them–but once within the walls of Druid’s Keep where Shadea’s minions and dark magic lurk at every turn Pen’s survival is far from assured Yet it will all pale in comparison to the horrors that wait inside the Forbidding–horrors poised to break free upon the Four Lands when the time is right From the Hardcover editi Since this book had the most activity in it I think I liked it the best If it were any author other than Terry Brooks I probably wouldn't have liked the entire trilogy as much It felt like a lot of what happened was written in there just to make the books longer To flesh out a trilogy where as one sleeker long single volume would have been much engrossingI never really felt Pen's emotional connection with Cinnaminsin developed felt like I was told what was there and then had to accept it There were threads thrown in that seemed to go nowhere like the promise Rue makes Bek make about Pen and Grianne Weka Dart's thread though there for all three books was dropped uickly than I expected And the ending while I liked it mostly was so very uick after all the previous things took so longAfter hauling myself through than a thousand pages of the High Druid of Shannara I would have liked of an ending Still like I said it was Terry Brooks and so I cannot dislike it But it wasn't my favorite either