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The Power That Preserves (The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant the Unbeliever, Book 3) - Stephen R. Donaldson
The Power That Preserves (The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant the Unbeliever, Book 3)
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"A trilogy of remarkable scope and sophistication."LOS ANGELES TIMESTwice before Thomas Covenant had been summoned to the strange other-world where magic worked. Twice before he had been forced to join with the Lords of Revelstone in their war against Lord Foul, the ancient enemy of the Land. Now... show more
"A trilogy of remarkable scope and sophistication."LOS ANGELES TIMESTwice before Thomas Covenant had been summoned to the strange other-world where magic worked. Twice before he had been forced to join with the Lords of Revelstone in their war against Lord Foul, the ancient enemy of the Land. Now he was back. This time the Lords of Revelstone were desperate. Without hope, Covenant set out to confront the might of the enemy, as Lord Foul grew more powerful with every defeat for the Land....
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780345348678 (0345348672)
ASIN: 0345348672
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 512
Edition language: English
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Gene
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4.0 The Power That Preserves (The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant the Unbeliever, Book 3)
The second book of the series ended with a fairly bad situation. As a result the last defenders of the Land have almost no hope to win. Their last resort it to try summoning Thomas Covenant yet again; only this time he managed to resist the summons - and for good reasons. Thus High Lord Mhoram must ...
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2.0 The Power That Preserves (The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant the Unbeliever, Book 3)
[These notes were made in 1984:]. In this, the last of the Covenant series proper, the Unbeliever achieves what appears to be a final victory over Despite [i.e. roughly self-hate:], not through any sort of absolute certainties but by invoking his own doubts and fears about the nature of his being. ...
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