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Reading this book and it is extremely exciting Terry Brooks is a master of turns of plot. I haven\’t read better. He is good at what he does, That is if you love Great Fantasy as I do. Tolkien, Stephen Donaldson, Philip Pollman,Taylor Anderson and J. K. Rowling all write great adventures with twisting plots and exciting characters that you both love and hate. Terry Brooks keeps me up late at night with the best of them.
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Although not the best Shanarra book, Ilse Witch is still an excelent novel. I think that the inclusion of technology in the series is an interesting twist, and although it was a bit of an awkward addition to the series, it is done in the context of the series. There has always been mention that the Old World technology was still alive somewhere in the world, from the very first appearance of a creeper, in what I believe was the first book, and there have been several small references since then, so this, although probably not executed in the best way, is not an entirely unexpected twist in the Shannara series.
Audiobook Ilse Witch (Voyage of the Jerle Shannara #1) by Terry Brooks
I\’ve been reading Terry Brooks novelles for a long time and though I\’ve read all of the original Shannara series and Ran with the Demon all the way to Angel Fire East (excuse the puns) I find this book his best. Generally, throughout all of the Sahnnara books the character development was slow and many times I have wanted to leave the books, the same with John Ross and Nest. Where the previous stories held your breathe in the last 3-5 chapters, this books gets going and doesn\’t stop. It\’s adventurous, humorous, and the reference to the orginal series is good/helpful but not laborious. Thanks Mr. B for coming back to the girl that brung ya.
Audio Ilse Witch (Voyage of the Jerle Shannara #1) narrated by Raphael Corkhill
This book, the first in another series of Shannara books, is well read by Sam Fontana, his creating different voices for the characters, lends a more exciting reading of the book, than just plain reading. His snake like, hissing, voice for the character of Truls Rohk is particularly good. I haven\’t finished it yet, but what I\’ve heard so far makes it good. I look forward to the next part of the series Antrax. Charles Keating is good when he reads, but Fontana is a close second. Worth a listen. This erratum/addendum to a prior review I did for this was, in addition to Truls Rohk, which I said had a snake like hiss, to his voice, provided by Sam Fontana, in the reading of this, was Cree Bega, another character in this excellent title from Terry Brooks.
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What can I say to get you to buy this novel? You like fantasy Books?.. Then this novel is a winner. Although this novel is a setup for sequels,it\’s plot is still incredibly interesting and exciting. At the end of the novel, I was begging for more (story)…..I don\’t think I\’m going to be able to wait until the sequel \”..Antrax\” comes out in paperback 8/02; In my opinion, that\’s what makes this novel a sure winner. See, sequels are not necessarily bad…unless you do not like to read.