Dragonbone Chair, The by Tad Williams(100 ratings)
|Title||Dragonbone Chair, The|
|Series||Memory, Sorrow and Thorn|
|Submitted by Gerald Tarrant |
This epic novel deals with the naive boy Simon, a castle scullion, who dreams of adventures and heroism.
|Submitted by Joel |
This is a great book so far. Although I'm only a little past halfway through, I still find it to be a great book. Yet so far I only give it a 4 out of 5 because, I know, like everyone else says, the starting is slow, not only slow, but un-interesting, which is the opposite of how most fantasy novels are. Just as most people must have experienced, quitting the book crossed my mind. However I am thankful I didn't for then I would never would have found out how much of an amazing book it has been so far. If you can get passed the tedious starting, then I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys fantasy novels.
|Submitted by Tracey Bridge |
I loved this book. It was the best thing I've ever read. The story and the characters were so real that by the end of this book I was terrified and hooked.