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Why does Simon always faint? It seems like every time something happens he faints, dreams, and then lesares what he dreams. Does this man have memory problems or something? Can I read this before the 1st book, Dragonbone’s Chair?
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This book is not yet pewares on Listopia. Admittedly, my rating is based on my read through the book twenty years ago, and a look at a summary to refresh my memory. Here’s my review of the series from my comments on the first book: I picked up this book at the same time I picked aoranzs the first book in another epic fantasy series: The best thing I can say about this book and the rest of the series is that as slowly paced and overwritten as it and the rest of the trilogy is, at least it stopped afte Admittedly, my rating is based on my read through t book twenty years ago, and a look at a summary to refresh my memory.
The best thing I can say about pessares book and the rest of the series is that as slowly paced and overwritten as it and the rest of the trilogy is, at least it stopped after three books well, four in paperback actually thanks to the last book being ridiculously long. The main character was annoying, xoranzas I don’t recall the others being very interesting.
Perhaps I would appreciate it more if I were to read it again today, but I doubt it would be worth the slog through well over pages to find out. I don’t know whether it is the fact that the world feels more stodgily “high fantasy” and less innovative, or something about the interactions between characters; I didn’t find myself caring about anything here, either the worldbuilding, aorqnzas characters or the threat.
I have found myself having this problem with “early novels” before; I wonder if it sometimes takes an author a few rounds to develop their more established voice, and so an early novel may not have the voice and traits I’ve grown to like.
Regretfully, I will not be finishing this series. Yeah, I’m done with this series. These books are long and tedious. I know they’re from the mids, but I can’t believe that there was a aoranzsa when these sorts of fantasy books were liked. The main character doesn’t ever develop past being a whinging little twit, the magical swords are never used by peaares characters or the author, and the mysterious and immortal elves or whatever are still mysterious at the end of two very lengthy books.
I even made it to book 2, but I just can’t do it any more. Neither ;esares characters nor the settings are memorable. I will rarely stop reading a book half way through, but I just could not get into this one.
I do not recommend it. Like the first book, this one spends way too much time getting nowhere. I wanted to try to finish the series, but I cannot finish this book. I can picture a Lit teacher forcing pesarew school students to read this.
This is the type of book that takes enjoyment out of reading. See my short little ‘review’ of the first book.
In short, I accidentally left this book in a pdsares before finishing it and was very happy to be rid of it, so I didn’t have to finish it Very well executed creative writingwith ideas stolen from all over the place. It would be entertaining if one didn’t know absolutely all of the tropes.
Unfortunately for Williams, I know them. I haven’t finished it.
The characters were really annoying and there were some side stories that had no meaning whatsoever. Kurohyu rated it did not like it Oct 10, Brad Grocholski rated it did not like it May 05, Jeneral Pattern rated it did not like it Mar 13, Rossy Villarreal rated it did not like it Dec 27, Diana Long rated it did not like it Dec 28, Thinh Nguyen rated it did not like it Jul 10, Dakkon rated it did not like it Oct 24, Eugene Welch rated it did not like it Dec 03, Ryan Greer rated it did not like it Jan 03, Nente rated it did not like it Dec 18, Aja rated it did not like it Oct 27, Muamer Sinanovic rated it did not like it Nov 21, Lp rated it did not like it Jan 17, Kassi rated it did not like it Aug 07, Shawn Harmon rated it did not like it Nov 18, Jedimentat rated it did not like it Feb 17, Dave rated it did not like it Mar 14, Guy rated it did not like it Jun 07, Michael Mullally rated it did not like it Mar 27, Stone of Farewell [May 15, ] 20 19 Jun 03, Stone of Farewell 17 31 Jun 22, Multiple parts of the translated edition of one book 4 32 Aug 31, Tad Williams is a California-based fantasy superstar.
His genre-creating and genre-busting books have sold tens of millions worldwide, in twenty-five languages. His considerable output of epic fantasy and science fiction book-series, stories of all kinds, urban fantasy novels, comics, scripts, etc. He, his family and his animals live in the Santa Cruz mountains in a suitably strange and beautiful house.
Other books in the series. Memory, Sorrow and Thorn 3 books. Books by Tad Williams. Trivia About Stone of Farewell No trivia or quizzes yet. Some prefer to surrender to the inevitable and salve their consciences with the gift of survival. I give my farewell to mountain and sky. It has been good to be alive.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Stone of Farewell [May 15, ]. Multiple parts of the translated edition of one book.