To Green Angel Tower: Siege Pt. 1 - Tad Williams Reviews
Description:ISBN 009931441X / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Tad Williams / Edition: paperback / softback / Paperback / 816 Pages / Book is published 1994-04-07 by Legend
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To Green Angel Tower Part one: Seige is the third novel in the memory, sorrow and thorn tetralogy. Though in truth the final book to green angel tower was split into making the series a tetraology rather than a trilogy. The series was written by American author Tad Williams and continues the stories of Simon, Josua, Miriamele and the evil king Elias. This book is the third in the series and continues immediately after the events of the second novel The Stone of Farewell. In that novel, forces under Josua have coalesced at the Stone of Farewell; they have set up a resistance against Josua's evil older brother Elias. Simon the main character in the novel has ... Read the complete review
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