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Elfstones of Shannara, The by Terry Brooks

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AuthorTerry Brooks
TitleElfstones of Shannara, The
SeriesShannara Trilogy
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Submitted by mj 
(Jun 16, 2009)

I must say this is one of those books that you really must read. I have just finished and have the feeling that I have lost something of myself, I guess the next one will be ordered straight away! I began reading at around 10 at night and could not put it down till I finished it; some 6 hours later! I simply cannot wait to read more of Terry Brooks.

Submitted by Luke 
(Jan 30, 2009)

This book is one of my favorites! It had a great character development and I absolutely love the fact that Terry Brooks introduced a love/relationship between the characters in this book, contrary to The Sword. Seeing the character, such as Wil, fall in love makes reading the book very enjoyable. I will say, however, that Brooks tends to leave me bored explaining surroundings when I know for sure that there will be a battle or a major turning point up ahead, and thats hadly a reason to complain. I'm very excited to see this book as film and I wish good luck to the directer and I pray they won't mess the movie up like they did with Eragon.

Submitted by Alex 
(Oct 14, 2006)

this is my favorite of the shannara series. when Amberle turned into the ellcrys i felt really sad. I also felt scared when the reaper was after them. I've never read a book like this before,
where I felt like I was really there with the characters. Terry Brooks is my favorite author, and this is my favorite book. Terry Brooks is just that good.

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