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The Sword Of Shannara: The Shannara Chronicles de [Brooks, Terry]
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A marvellous fantasy trip (Frank Herbert)

If Harry Potter has given you a thirst for fantasy and you have not discovered the magic of Terry Brooks, you are in for a treat (ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS)

Confirms Terry's place at the head of the fantasy world (Philip Pullman)

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THE SWORD OF SHANNARA is the first volume in one of the most popular fantasy series of all time, set in the same world as THE SHANNARA CHRONICLES - a major new TV series showing on 5Star in the UK and Syfy in Australia

Long ago, the world of the Four Lands was torn apart by the wars of ancient Evil. But in the Vale, the half-human, half-elfin Shea Ohmsford now lives in peace - until the mysterious, forbidding figure of the druid Allanon appears, to reveal that the supposedly long dead Warlock Lord lives again.

Shea must embark upon the elemental quest to find the only weapon powerful enough to keep the creatures of darkness at bay: the fabled Sword of Shannara.

The original Shannara trilogy:


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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I loved The Sword of Shannara 2 de febrero de 2016
Por Melanie Lane - Publicado en
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This applies only to the Audio book. I loved The Sword of Shannara, and read it in hard back many years ago. Wanting to revisit an old favorite, but with limited time for reading I bought the book from Audible. I've always heard the name of Shannara pronounced Shuh-narr-uh. Even the new TV series pronounces it this way. The Narrator Scott Brick, pronounces it Shann-uh-ruh. I know it's silly, but it's very jarring, and takes me completely out of the book every time I hear the name, and the name is said very often, as that's the focal point of the book.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Review of Sword of Shannara 24 de abril de 2016
Por Greenman - Publicado en
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I should start this review by saying that fantasy is not one of my favorite genres. I have read The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings series and really liked them but never could really get into the whole fantasy thing. The MTV show intrigued me so I started to watch it. I had no idea who Terry Brooks was or concept of the Shannara fantasy world.

I ended up really liking the TV show so I thought I should start reading the series somewhere near the beginning...I realize there are other books perhaps earlier in the timeline but this one was far enough back for me.

I had read some of the critiques of this book and how Mr Brooks likely patterned it after The Lord of the Rings and anyone will tell you that from a character perspective, this is true but for me, that is where the similarity ends. The Shannara world is very different from Middle Earth. Allison is no Gandalf. The Shannara world is one that contained the world of men and was devastated by war and men are waning in power. Middle Earth was turning into the opposite at the end of the trilogy.

I really liked this Shannara world. In many ways, it is more real than Middle Earth. I intend to read a few more of the books in this series to see if this world keeps me interested. I highly recommend this book. A good read.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A "Sword" you just can't hate 25 de enero de 2012
Por E. A. Solinas - Publicado en
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Intellectually, I should hate "The Sword of Shannara." Authors like Dennis McKiernan, Terry Goodkind and Christopher Paolini throw me into a white-hot rage.

But for some reason, I simply can't bring myself to dislike Terry Brooks and his debut novel, "The Sword of Shannara." Perhaps it's because he's worked so hard SINCE this book to create a distinct fantasy world, or perhaps it's because of the novel's wide-eyed earnestness. But as Tolkien knockoffs go, this is one of the more innocuous ones.

In a future medieval/postapocalyptic time, the mysterious druid Allanon comes to the town of Shady Vale, and warns young half-elven Shea Ohmsford that Sauron... I mean, the Warlock Lord will soon be trying to find him. Shea is the last descendent of Jerle Shannara, and as such is the only person in the whole world who can use the Sword of Shannara. He also gives Shea some magic Elfstones.

Faster than you can say "Shire... Baggins," minions of evil arrive at Shady Vale. Shea and his adoptive brother Flick escape their town, and meet up with Shea's friend Menion and a little gang of the expected tropes (a prince, a dwarf, and two elves). Now they must save a kingdom, wage war against the Warlock Lord, and recover the Sword before it's too late.

"The Sword of Shannara" is pretty shameless in knocking off "Lord of the Rings" -- the basic plot, the giant mutant robot spider, the characters, even the "death" of the wizardly mentor all reek of J.R.R. Tolkien. It reads like the first fantasy that a 15-year-old Tolkien fanboy would write while he's still working out the kinks of how to actually make a story.

And yet... it isn't that bad.

There's something very simple and earnest about the book. Part of this is because of Terry Brooks' prose, which is solid and unpretentious -- lots of strong descriptions, decent enough dialogue, and a genuine sense of atmosphere in scenes like the Skull Bearer's arrival in Shady Vale (if you can stop quoting lines from "Lord of the Rings").

Similarly, the characters are totally derivative -- Shea is Frodo, Allanon is Gandalf, Flick is Sam, Menion is Merry and Pippin, Balinor is Aragorn and Boromir, Hendel is Gimli, Dayel and Durin are Legolas, and so on. But honestly, they have the same earnest, pleasant-but-not original quality as Brooks' writing style, making them likeable even though they're wholly unoriginal.

"The Sword of Shannara" isn't very good, but it isn't horrible (especially as Tolkien knockoffs go). But it's a decent fluff read, and Brooks spent a lot of effort making his later books much more original.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Favorite book! 5 de mayo de 2017
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I first read this book in the late 1970's. It has remained my favorite book of all time. I recently re-read it, and it is still great!
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I really like this book 11 de marzo de 2016
Por Eric Cooley - Publicado en
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I really like this book. However it is very much Lord of the Rings clone.
The story is okay, but the pacing could be better.
I ready it when it first came out 20+ years ago and still find I like it.

It has a few new items that I like and I love the idea of the sword (when you finally get to it).
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