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To Green Angel Tower: Book Three of Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn [Format Kindle]

Tad Williams
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"A grand fantasy on a scale approaching Tolkien's Lord of the Rings."—Cincinnati Post

"Sprawling, spellbinding...weaves together a multitude of intricate strands, building to a suitably apocalyptic confrontation between good and evil."—Publishers Weekly

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A novel of vast scope, detail, and complexity, To Green Angel Tower is the momentous tour-de-force finale of a ground-breaking series. Replete with war, deception, adventure, sorcery, and romance, To Green Angel Tower brings to a stunning and surprising conclusion Tad Williams' monumental tale of a magical conflict which fractures the very fabric of time and space, turning both humans and Sithi against those of their own blood.

As the evil minions of the undead Sithi Storm King prepare for the kingdom-shattering culmination of their dark sorceries and King Elias is drawn ever deeper into their nightmarish, spell-spun world, the loyal allies of Prince Josua desperately struggle to rally their forces at The Stone of Farewell. And with time running out, the remaining members of the now-devastated League of the Scroll have also gathered there to unravel mysteries from the forgotten past. For if the League can reclaim these age-old secrets of magic long-buried beneath the dusts of time, they may be able to reveal to Josua and his army the only means of striking down the unslayable foe.

But whether or not the League is successful in its quest, the call of battle will lead the valiant followers of Josua Lackhand across storm tossed seas brimming with bloodthirsty kilpa...through forests swarming with those both mind- and soul-lost... through ancient caverns built by legendary Dwarrows...to the haunted halls of Asu'a itself—the Sithi's greatest stronghold!

 


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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 2795 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 819 pages
  • Editeur : DAW; Édition : Reprint (1 juillet 1994)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B002SV372W
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 très belle fin 14 janvier 2013
Par Aline
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Dernier volet de la trilogie (ou quadrilogie), avec l'évolution des personnages (ils grandissent, tout simplement, ce ne sont plus des ados !). On est tenus en haleine jusqu'au bout.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fabulous! 9 août 2003
Par B. Davis - Publié sur Amazon.com
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To Green Angel Tower (the entirety, comprised, in my case, of books 1 and 2 in paperback) is a monumental work. The entire 'trilogy' of Memory, Sorrow and Thorn is excellent along with it.
I try to avoid plot spoilers in reviews-- I don't think it's important or helpful to say "Gaah! so and so died" or "Phew! So and so made it". After all, who wants to read a book if all the salient points are foreknown ?
With that caveat, what can I say about TGAT? The book is exhausting in all the appropriate visaages. Tad Williams is the master of the minutae--not plodding minutae, mind you-- that tie together to form a cohesive masterpiece. There were some loops thrown--especially with regards to Cameris--, Seoman/Simon was a marvel--no, a joy-- to read about (although his sections seemed, to me, too few), Miramele aged appropriately for a lady in her mid/late teens, and Josua-Isgrimnur-Jiriki-Binibak-Cadrach were delightful, but, in the end, the end came too quickly.
I suppose, given the fact that the book, as a whole, is nearly 1600 pages, that itself is a stunning statement. It's not an action thriller-- dooming it for those who prefer such fare--, nor does it delve to deeply in the romance aspect (perhaps even too little, in my opine), but it does form its own raptorous melody.
The bottom line? Memory, Sorrow and Thorn forms one of the great Fantasy series. There's a lot of crap in the genre, and this series, and this book, helps dispel their collective bad air.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Strange feeling that it wasn't quite long enough (SPOILERS) 7 octobre 1999
Par ApeLieUproar - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Tad Williams did a great job with this book and with the series as a whole. The series is admirably written with great characterization & vividly described battle scenes. Also, age-old clichés are either given new and subtle twists or discarder altogether in place of fresh ideas. However there were long stretches that I felt could have been condensed. Did we really need to read about Simon stumbling through underground tunnels yet again with next to nothing happening to him except hunger and thirst (until he encounters Inch, of course)? I found this almost excruciating to read, not just of concern for the character but out of sheer impatience with the story. I don't know how else Williams could have charted Simon's journey to the Hayholt but I wish he could have found another way. The climax was tautly paced and this also was excruciating (in a good way), but the ending, i.e. the defeat of the Storm King wasn't explored enough. The reader is left to provide the details on how the Storm King gets vanquished. However, it's not too much of a stretch and it ultimately comes off as believable. There's a lot to be said for leaving things to the reader's imagination and Williams does that. Lastly - Aedon be praised! - there's an ending. After being hopelessly frustrated with Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time and despairing of ever seeing a resolution (which is why I'm hesitant to start Terry Goodkind's Sword of Truth series), it's heartening to see a series that has an ending.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Depressed because it is over.....epic fantasy 17 décembre 2001
Par Shawn Tassone, MD, PhD - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I would have to say that I am writing this review at the last novel to encompass my feelings of all three. The intial book in this series "The Dragonbone Chair" was indeed a good book and a good place to start, but I thought it was a bit slow and dragged a bit a times too concerned with the development of characters too unimportant. Throughout this epic conglomeration, Williams, at times has so much going on inside his head that he rushes himself and deosn't really explain things. I realize that Green Angel Tower is > 1,000 pages, but I hate it when plots are divulged in the last 4 pages when they could have been slowly released at different times in the book. Overall I would rank this trilogy right up there with Jordan only Tad Williams knows when to quit and doesn't carry the series out for 10 novels like Jordan. This book is one of those that gets better every page you turn and that starts from page one of the first book. Williams has a knack for the dramatic yet his characters are very believable. I didn't care for his Otherland series, but I must say that if he ever goes back to this type of fantasy I will be the first in line.
RECOMMENDATION: CLASSIC, MUST READ FOR ALL COLLECTORS
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 When All Is Said And Done.. 24 avril 2002
Par Po - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Poche
I feel like I just saved the world myself. Geez, it had to be, what 3,000 pages, to get through the whole work? Mr. Williams' characterization is phenomenal. Every person in the epic lives and breathes. His serializing style can get very taxing as he jumps from group to group telling his huge-in-scope story. But in the end, it's the people who've made it work. The vividness of detail more than makes up for the choppiness and the mind-numbing length of the work.
Now mind you he's no Mark Twain. The unbelievable size of this trilogy (which had to be published in four volumes in paperback because it defies the physics of paper and glue!) is enough to stay away. But if you love big sprawling epic fantasy, this is surely one to try out.
I can't say I'll ever start that darn Wheel of Time series, because this one almost killed me. But if you're a fast reader, you may be able to finish this one off between two Aedonmass festivals.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wow! Just one recommendation: Read the series! 11 janvier 2001
Par Stephanie Noverraz - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is the fourth and final volume in Tad Williams's Memory, Sorrow and Thorn series (started with The Dragonbone Chair, The Stone of Farewell and To Green Agel Tower: Siege).
Drawn by the will to finally reunite the three magical swords, the various heroes all slowly converge back to the Hayholt for the final and terrible battle against the Storm King, and his allies the High King Elias and his councellor, the red alchemist and priest Pryrates.
Using the legendary knight Sir Camaris as a rallying emblem, Josua conquers Nabban. Enrolling new troups on the way, his army grows steadily bigger and stronger.
Miriamele, accompanied by Simon, has fled from Josua's camp, convinced she can talk her father, the High King, out of his evil deeds. Even though complicity and trust settles, Miriamele is torn between her attraction to Simon and the shame she feels at having let Aspitis touch her.
Compared to the first three books, this final volume is much faster paced. With many reverses in the seemingly helpless situations, unexpected turns as well as treasons and, finally, romance, it is truly "unputdownable"!
And if, like me, you can't get enough of Osten Ard, do not miss Tad Williams's novella, The Burning Man, that you'll find in Robert Silverberg Legends anthology (pb isbn/asin: 0812566645).
And just remember this: Beware of the false messenger...
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