Tanequil (High Druid of Shannara #2)

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Review #1

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I wrote a review of the first book saying it was setting up one of the best sets in this series. This book is a continuation of that. I have been re-reading the series from the beginning. I hadn\’t read any of this series in quite some time and I\’ve got about 14 left that I haven\’t read. I believe that (3) of those are short stories, though. So while I can\’t say for sure, because I haven\’t read all of them, this is what I believe is the best written and most emotion provoking mini-series for me. The rest of the series has been very good, but it didn\’t particularly make me feel anything emotional. With the other books you\’re glad when things work out and don\’t like it when they don\’t. However, I haven\’t felt particularly strongly about anything either. You either know it\’ll work out for the characters, or if they die, you feel like it was time for them to pass. I haven\’t come across a lot of his writing on this series where something has happened and you just have a visceral reaction that just says, \”NO, that\’s wrong\”. I feel like this set achieves that multiple times. Of course everyone reacts differently, based on their on morals and personal experience, but these are the first of his books where I\’ve felt that. The story is also unique for him. I mentioned in my review of the first book that this is the first time where you\’re getting the same characters again. In every other instance you\’ll get the same set of characters for 3-4 books, then there will be a gap of a few hundred years. In this case, you\’re only getting a gap of about 20 years. While overall, I think he needs to make the huge leaps to keep it fresh, I do like that you get to see the characters after their epic adventure concludes. You get to find out a little of what happens to the characters from the last set and how their lives worked out. Some of them are happy and healthy and some of them are not. The fact that not everything is peachy for all of them makes it a better story. So I really recommend you read this book, but I assume if you\’re considering reading it that you\’re going to, or have, read all the previous books. At minimum, you should have read the previous set in the \”Voyage of Jerle Shannara\”. You need to know where these characters are coming from and what they\’ve overcome to get there, to really experience this set. I\’d definitely recommend this book/set.


Review #2

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I had read this book\’s predecessor Jarka Ruus years ago but didn\’t get around to reading the followup until recently. It brings us more of the Terry Brooks magic and the Tolkien-inspired world of the Four Lands. In this trilogy we have spirits, elves, dwarves, trolls, airships and magic users of all kinds. Is there any sweeter sign or combination? I\’m giving this one less star from the full rating because some of the Brooks novels tend to lack a certain sense of humor. Still, it was fun to return to my favorite fantasy series.


Review #3

Audiobook Tanequil (High Druid of Shannara #2) by Terry Brooks

Most fiction I read has a plot to it and those that don\’t I wonder how they get published. Terry Brooks has written many a book, most of which I have read, and some so long ago I have forgotten what they were about. I am still reading his books and he still puts character names in these books from previous works. He knows not all readers will have read his earlier works so he must give a back story on these characters but not too much to cause his faithful readers to be disappointed in his new stories by being overwhelmed by too many old facts to them. It is a tough road to hoe and I think he falls short in \”Tanequil\”. Sen Dunsidan is introduced in Book 1 of \”High Druid of Shannara\” and is further developed in Book 2 but not by much. He is the one where Brooks displays the correct touch, a portrayal, not a painting; the man is only a minor character. Then we are introduced to others but tolsd nothing about them and they seem to be important, more so than Dunsidan. There is Moric, and who is he? There is Tael Riverine, who is he? Why go on, there are others in the same category, Weka Dart may be overdeveloped, is he a major character? No, the protagonists are supposed to be Pen Ohmsford and Grianne Ohmsford, The Ark Rhys has been developed in an earlier series, and Pen is new but we have his father and mother, how much development do they need? So much to watch, wait and see what is necessary and what is not, whom to watch for and who can be evaded. That is solely for the characters, Then there is the plot to develop. \”Tanequil\” is the middle book, it has no beginning or ending of its own, there is a predecessor and a successor, how far can the plot be developed if it is only a weak plot to start with? Well, an author can throw in more charaters, spend time on them and not advance the plot an iota. Who suffers? The reader of course and I might have been too generous in the stars I allocated for this book.Still. brooks is an interesting writer, throw out the need for advancing the plot, sit back or lie back and enjoy what is given you, there is another book to come.


Review #4

Audio Tanequil (High Druid of Shannara #2) narrated by Paul Boehmer

I absolutely LOVE Terry Brooks. I have all his books in hard cover, and have read them all at least twice. This book is no exception. The story keeps moving, and I like that it will switch from character to character, and tells you what they are all up to, so you can truly understand the whole story. What I don\’t like is that, to me, it is not a series, it is simply one book that is put into three books. Each book doesn\’t have it\’s own ending, and when you\’re done with the first book, you imediately want to read the next. But of course the next book isn\’t out yet, and if you bought the book as soon as it came out, you have to wait for up to a year to read the second book. I therefor didn\’t even think about buying this series until the 3rd book was about to come out.


Review #5

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As with the other books in Mr. Brooks series, it was masterfully done. I love the plot and the vividness with which he brings the characters and settings to life. My only negative is the fact that it leads me hanging. Yet, that is the essence of a writers craft. On to the next in the sequence.


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