Stone of Farewell - Tad Williams Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099848104 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Tad Williams / Edition: New edition / Paperback / 894 Pages / Book is published ... more
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The stone of farewell is the second book in the Memory, Sorrow and thorn quadrilogy of novels by American author Tad Williams. The series as a whole has been compared with War and Peace for its length and Lord of the Rings for its quality. High praise indeed, after the brilliance of the first novel The Dragon bone chair we continue the story of Simon the orphan scullery servant. The DragonBone chair In the previous novel we met the orphan hero of our novels, Simon is a wanderer a dreamer and a man who has befriended the castle's doctor. The doctor proves to be more than a man of medicine and through Simon we encounter the history of the strange old ... Read the complete review
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