27 Jul The Illearth War follows straight on from the events in Lord Foul’s Bane and just as Thomas Covenant is getting used to the idea that his recent. THE ILLEARTH WAR | Stephen R. Donaldson | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. The Illearth War is the second volume of Stephen Donaldson’s First Chronicles of Thomas Covenant. Lord Foul’s [ ].

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Already bitter and wary, he becomes more so. Instead he spends his whole time whining and moaning, just get on with it! He fell from a burning building and ended up in the Land. A book short on character development ought to have epic battle scenes or something that creates great peril for the heroes.

They found one Giant alive who was responsible for the slaughter. Alla fine di questo libro non si vede l’ora di leggere e terminare il terzo, per sapere come va a finire e per sopravvivere a questa lettura avventurosa.

I’m about wxr move, so I am going through my books and deciding illeartg will come with me and which will Nov 25, Mark Speed rated it liked it Shelves: Usually, the second installment of a trilogy — be it books or movies — is the strongest.

Sep 21, Christopher Selmek rated it really liked it. Without all the introductory stuff il,earth more straight into the story. Feb 27, Roy Helge rated it it was ok. For as large a role as he played in this second book, the reader finds Hile Troy to be an enigma. Stephen Donaldson lived in India for 13 years with his father, a medical missionary, who worked extensively with illeqrth it was here that he conceived the character of Thomas Covenant.


There are several side quests too, which enrich the tale significantly, especially the mission to Seareach, but I’ll avoid spoilers.

Nov 06, Jeffrey Greek rated it it was ok. Suffice to say it’s full of shocks and surprises. Also by Stephen R. These books established Donaldson as one of the most important figures in modern fantasy fiction.

The Illearth War by Stephen R. Donaldson

And nobody knew how to use the white hold–least of all, Thomas Covenant. Readers of fantasy literature will hardly need to be told what happens to somebody who talks like that.

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As for the story, it was mostly about war There, forty bitter years have passed, while Lord Foul, immortal enemy of the Land, moves to fulfill his prophecy of doom. Retrieved from ” https: In that way, his initial reluctance to join the fight was correct, and by choosing to do his part he caused the high lord to make things much worse.

Finally, the party arrives at Earthroot, a deep underground river beneath Melenkurion Skyweir. I also need to il,earth his character has exactly zero development in the first two books. He picks himself up and notices he has cut his head.


Definitely will read the third book as I’m invested.

The Illearth War

Not just look up a lot of words that sound unfamiliar to you and put them together. His new world is Nightfall, a place filled with characters bizarre, grotesque and magical: Our book today is Stephen R.

Those people are mistaken. In desperation, he and Lord Mhoram beg the aid of Caerroil Wildwood, an immortal Forestal who is charged with protecting the ancient forests of the Land from the Ravers.

The bad news is that this person is not very interesting tne at least for me.

The intricate magic system involved in summoning, as well as keeping things subtly connected to what’s happening on Earth was really spectacular. One of the real strengths of this is series is how different it is, not only with the ultimate anti-hero waf the central protagonist but also the willingness of the author not to take the obvious routes through the story and not always go for the easy, happy outcome.

He called himself Thomas Covenant, the Unbeliever, because he dared illearhh believe in the strange alternative world on which he suddenly found himself – the Land.

The Council of Lords needed him to move against Foul the Despiser who held the Illearth Stone, ancient source of evil power.

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