[ Reading ] ➸ The Sword of Shannara Author Terry Brooks – Sunkgirls.info

[ Reading ] ➸ The Sword of Shannara Author Terry Brooks – Sunkgirls.info Living In Peaceful Shady Vale, Shea Ohmsford Knew Little Of The Troubles That Plagued The Rest Of The World Then The Giant, Forbidding Allanon Revealed That The Supposedly Dead Warlock Lord Was Plotting To Destroy The World The Sole Weapon Against This Power Of Darkness Was The Sword Of Shannara, Which Could Only Be Used By A True Heir Of Shannara Shea Being The Last Of The Bloodline, Upon Whom All Hope Rested Soon A Skull Bearer, Dread Minion Of Evil, Flew Into The Vale, Seeking To Destroy Shea To Save The Vale, Shea Fled, Drawing The Skull Bearer After Him

10 thoughts on “The Sword of Shannara

  1. Stephen Stephen says:

    Man did that ever SUCK And not your garden variety, ham fisted hackiness kind of suck No, this was dumbfounded, frustrated bitterness swelling into white heat for which the only salve is the venting of my smoking, bile filled vitriol in the form of this juvenile tantrum scathing rebuke of Brooks abominable, turd like abortion of appalling plot stealing gall Therefore listen to Baby Rage above and take cover inhales

  2. Susanne Susanne says:

    If The Sword of Shannara was a film, it would go like this Mirkwood Productions proudly presents THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE SWORDDirected by Meriadoc Brandybuck Director of Photography Celeborn Costume Design Arwen Evenstar Visual Effects Saruman the White Sound Design Noldor Unlimited Starring Frodo Baggins, Samwise Gamgee, Gandalf the Grey, Sauron the Necromancer, Aragorn Arathornsson, Gimli van Gloin, and manySynapsisThe Ohm

  3. Nikko Nikko says:

    Alright Before anyone goes into a tirade of why I gave this book a five star rating, read on.I was never the novel reader type I was never much of a novelist, either I live in a Third World country, so when I was young, we kids amuse ourselves by learning to climb trees, playing hide and seek and all sorts of outdoorsy games.Until I met Terry Brooks through The Sword of Shannara.A neighbor of ours was moving out, and with the bulk

  4. Jesse (JesseTheReader) Jesse (JesseTheReader) says:

    I really wanted to like this, but that just wasn t the case This book was just overly boring and it lacked plot It felt like nothing was happening half the time Overall disappointed with this book.

  5. Sean Barrs Sean Barrs says:

    Now this is what I like to see in a fantasy novel This has everything that makes the genre so appealing to me it s got a diverse set of races and cultural systems it s got both great darkness and profound good But, most importantly, it s got history When I read books like this I want to feel like the fantasy universe has existed a thousand years prior and will exist a thousand years after With Shannara it feels like I ve stepped into the middle o

  6. Kat Hooper Kat Hooper says:

    ORIGINALLY POSTED AT Fantasy Literature.The Sword of Shannara was a very popular book back in the 70s right after the huge success of The Lord of the Rings when everyone wanted to readfantasy I wasn t old enough to read it back then, so I came to it much later I read part of the first book and, knowing how popular it had been, and feeling like it was a classic, I was prepared to enjoy it About half way through I gave it to my ten year old son.The weird t

  7. Lorena Lorena says:

    A friend who was also into fantasy insisted I read this series, and I got as far as the first three books before I stopped believing him when he told me they were magical and wonderful and would get better and better As far as I can tell, they all have the exact same plot Mysterious Wizard shows up at home of person Tells person he is Chosen for an Important Quest What follows is chapter after chapter of I don t WANNA go on a Quest You MUST go on a Quest Serious

  8. mark monday mark monday says:

    this is perhaps my first experience with a Bad Book young nerds like myself shouldn t have to scorn fantasy literature, but this wet piece of crapola put me off of fantasy for years something this derivative should never have seen the light of day i don t care if folks needed a tolkien fix, there were other, better literary drugs out there they could have turned to Brooks spends a very long time blowing tolkien style, but it is an extremely un relaxing bj and i found my

  9. Aishu Rehman Aishu Rehman says:

    Wow Just wow This is one of those how have I not read this before moments Brooks starts with the standard trope of a fantasy tale and then runs with it He is a visually descriptive author who also leaves room for your imagination to run wild It s the best of both worlds The fantastically vivid world building transported me there I love the way that this world is developed gradually but fully as we visit each area of it The blatant symbolism and foreshadowing heightened the expe

  10. Dannii Elle Dannii Elle says:

    Wow that is pretty much all I could say for hours after finishing this absolutely epic first installment in the Shannara series.This book gave me everything I want in my fantasies a vast landscape, colossal amounts of world building, varied characters, mythical and mystical creatures, a definite good bad binary, a quest to save the world, great character development, legions of backstory, action, adventure and intrigue, and ending on a battle scent to end all battle scenes.The best fan

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