The Runes of the Earth - Stephen R. Donaldson

The Runes of the Earth

By Stephen R. Donaldson

  • Release Date: 2004-10-14
  • Genre: Epic
  • Size: 4.14 MB
Score: 4.5
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Description

New York Times bestselling author Stephen R. Donaldson presents the first novel of the four-volume finale to the series that’s become a modern fantasy classic: The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant.

Thomas Covenant lost everything. Abandoned by his wife and child, sick and alone, he was transported while unconscious to a magical, dreamlike world called the Land. Convinced it was all a delusion, Covenant was christened The Unbeliever by the Land’s inhabitants—but gave his life to save this new-found world he came to regard as precious.

Ten years after Covenant’s death, Linden Avery still mourns for her beloved companion. But a violent confrontation with Covenant’s son, who is doing the evil Lord Foul’s bidding, forces her into the Land, where a dark malevolence is about to unmake the laws of nature—and of life and death itself. It is here that she comes upon Esmer, son of the Dancers of the Sea, a creature of strange powers who draws Linden backwards through time to witness Thomas Covenant’s return to life, and to reinvent the mysterious, dangerous, and violent history of the Land.

Reviews

  • Apple's monopoly is ripping us off

    1
    By Mark_Henry
    $14.99 for an eBook, really? I can buy the hardcover for half that and give it to a friend or resell it. Another example of Apple flexing its monopoly over the iPad and App Store. Oh, and the story is great, by the way.
  • Pretty enjoyable

    4
    By Read a-lot
    This book followed along the same lines as the previous 6. I didn't even know he was writing another. This one seems to intertwine the two worlds more than the others. It was enjoyable, but felt a bit slow.

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