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The Elfstones of Shannara Ancient Evil threatens the Elves: The ancient tree created by longlost Elven magic, is dying When Wil Ohmsford is summoned to guard the Amberle on a perilous quest to gather a new seed for a new tree, he is faced with the Reaper, the most fearsome of all Demons And Wil is without power to control themRead by Scott Brick audiocassettesmin each : analog, Dolby processed [PDF / Epub] ☂ Claiming His Secret Son (The Billionaires of Blackcastle By Olivia Gates – is dying When Wil Ohmsford is summoned to guard the Amberle on a perilous quest to gather a new seed for a new tree ❮Read❯ ➯ The Playboys Mistress Author Kim Lawrence – he is faced with the Reaper [Reading] ➳ Barack Obamas Post-American Foreign Policy ➻ Robert Singh – the most fearsome of all Demons And Wil is without power to control themRead by Scott Brick audiocassettesmin each : analog [PDF] ✓ The Doctors Surprise Family ✫ Mary J. Forbes – Dolby processed

About the Author: Terry Brooks

Terry Brooks was born in Illinois in 1944, where he spent a great deal of his childhood and early adulthood dreaming up stories in and around Sinnissippi Park, the very same park that would eventually become the setting for his bestselling Word & Void trilogy He went to college and received his undergraduate degree from Hamilton College, where he majored in English Literature, and he received his

10 thoughts on “The Elfstones of Shannara

  1. says:

    This was so much better than book one, but I still didn't love it. I do think it'll be translated well into a television show and I'm looking forward to seeing how it's adapted. Unfortunately I do think this will be the last Terry Brooks book I read. It wasn't a terrible read and I actually enjoyed the story! I just don't think his writing style is for me.

  2. says:

    I don't think you can possibly understand what a formative impact this book had on me.

    Picture it: I was nine years old. We were at this massive used book sale, and I was bored silly of all the books at the children's table. I wandered around a bit, and ended up in adult SF/F. And there, like a shining beacon of fascinating glory, was a gorgeous hardcover copy of The Elf

  3. says:

    Thank the lord that's over....
    Just watch the show. Seriously.

  4. says:

    Literally sobbing...
    That ending killed me.

    Love this series, my review to come on YT.

  5. says:

    This one is little deeper and had some really nice magical moments. I was very entranced with the story and was excited to pick it up again each night. If you like the fantasy genre, this is another nice add to your collection. There are some interesting characters in this book. Some heartache, loss and sadness. A good amount of magic, intrigue, mystery make this a fun read. Plus, there are dwarves.

  6. says:

    I notice that everyone's favorite lists are riddled with the literary classics like Great Expectations or modern smartness like Middlesex.

    I bet far more people prefer to sit down with some Dean Koonz or a bodice ripper. So I'm going to stand up and say: I like fantasy. I read it. And I think it's good!

  7. says:

    [1 Star] Starting off 2016 with a bang. I hope that's not indicative of how this year will go for me.

    This book is definitely not for me. At first, I was intrigued. The world was cool enough. The story, promising. But soon I started to like the book less and less as I read it. The writing was not for me. It is insanely repetitive. The same story is told over and over and over. The same story is told

  8. says:

    Yeah I read this because of the TV show that's about to come on... Sue me! so happy I did too! Can't wait to see it all play out on the big screen!

    Please don't be a flop... please don't be a flop... because this could be amazing.

  9. says:

    Every bit as fascinating, fantastical and phenomenal as the first book!

    I was initially disappointed that this did not feature the same characters from the first installment in the trilogy, and that we would not get to see how their lives had continued to develop after the close of the book. So much time had passed between the two, in fact, that this felt more like a companion novel than a continuation of the se

  10. says:

    As with the Sword of Shannara, I must preface this review by stating that I do not know why there is so much loathing of this series. I find these books to be well-written, nicely paced, epic fantasy that work well together or even as stand-alone entries.

    One of the coolest things to me about this series is that you always get a new set of main characters. The stories relate to one another, but they are separated by

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