Stone of Farewell
In this mesmerizing sequel to The Dragonbone Chair, best-selling author Tad Williams, returns us to the troubled realms of humans, Quanuc trolls, and Sithi, as the dark magic and terrigying minions of the undead Sithi ruler, Ineluki the Storm King, spread their seemingly undefeatable evil across... show more
In this mesmerizing sequel to The Dragonbone Chair, best-selling author Tad Williams, returns us to the troubled realms of humans, Quanuc trolls, and Sithi, as the dark magic and terrigying minions of the undead Sithi ruler, Ineluki the Storm King, spread their seemingly undefeatable evil across the realm of Osten Ard. As the very land is 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. And the widely scattered surviving members of the League of the Scroll desperately struggle to fulfill missions which will take them from the fallen citadels of humans to the hidden mountain caves of the Qanuc...across storm-tormented waters to discover the truth behind an almost-forgotten legend...through a forest alive with dangers no human could hope to brave...to the secret heartland of the Sithi, where the near-immortals must at last decide whether to ally with the race of men in a final war against those of their own blood....
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Publish date: August 6th 1991
Publisher: Daw Books, Inc.
Pages no: 768
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Epic Fantasy
, High Fantasy
, European Literature
, Speculative Fiction
, German Literature
Series: Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn (#2)
Second books in trilogies are potentially problematic, because they cannot be allowed to have a climax that outweighs that of the final book. If the first book wins a battle, and the third book wins the war, the second book may not really have a proper place to pause. Tolkien – who, to do him justic...
The second volume Tad Williams' Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn trilogy appears at first to be an event-laden set up piece for the grand finale series, however Stone of Farewell turned out into something more in-depth especially when it comes to characters. From various locations around Osten Ard, charact...
better than its predecessor,[b:The Dragonbone Chair|91981|The Dragonbone Chair (Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn, #1)|Tad Williams|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1309286899s/91981.jpg|840191]. Simon is growing up, fast.
The second book in the Memory, Sorry and Thorn Trilogy - just as good as the first.Absolutely amazing.