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To Green Angel Tower [EPUB] ✺ To Green Angel Tower Author Tad Williams – Thomashillier.co.uk 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 th 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 Green PDF \ 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 in an attempt to find something to strike down their unslayable foeBut whether or not they are successful the call of battle will lead the valiant followers of Josua Lackhand on a memorable trek to the haunted halls of Asu'a itself the Sithi's greatest stronghold.

  • Paperback
  • 1083 pages
  • To Green Angel Tower
  • Tad Williams
  • English
  • 04 December 2015
  • 9780756402983

About the Author: Tad Williams

Tad Williams is a California based fantasy superstar His genre creating and genre busting books have sold tens of millions worldwide in twenty five languages His considerable output of epic fantasy and science fiction book series stories of all kinds urban To Green PDF \ fantasy novels comics scripts etc have strongly influenced a generation of writers the ‘Otherland’ epic relaunches June as an.



10 thoughts on “To Green Angel Tower

  1. Wanda Wanda says:

    A satisfying ending to an engaging trilogy I can see why this final tome was originally published in two parts—it was a definite door stop I sprained my wrist two years ago and I found that old injury aching at the end of lengthy reading sessionsHowever the size of the volume was necessary in order to tie up the many many loose ends from the first two books I especially appreciated the return of “Rachel the Dragon” as an honoured elder lady even as I grieved the loss of other characters I also have to say that I appreciated the focus on Miriamele despite the fact that she often came across as spoiled and irrational I was able to endure that portrayal because Simon was often angry and petulant for no particular reason that I could discern either Eual opportunity bad behaviourI appreciated that Osten Ard was not just a clone of Middle Earth Williams gave the world his own structure and rules and created uniue creatures and challenges for his characters I really liked the ending it worked for me I always feel the tug of emotion as the war ends and the circle of friends must split up to return to their own lives—happy to get back to normal sad to be partedBook number 267 in my Science Fiction Fantasy reading project

  2. Mark Mark says:

    Well that was something Tad Williams it seems was ahead of his time in having the final volume of something have to be split across two volumes as I actually read To Green Angel Tower across two paperbacks each of which had 800 pages It was a very long meandering interesting journey at times bogged down by tedium but at times full of tension building up to a dramatic finaleIn writing about the first book of this series I mentioned that this is kind of like a brother to The Wheel of Time and early Guy Gavriel Kay Like it's really interesting to see how it fits in the lineage of fantasy you can see both the parts where it was obviously inspired by the likes of Tolkien and the parts where it has provided some inspiration to some of those who have come since in turn For me finding this trilogy years later it's like looking into an old family photograph and seeing a picture of an uncle you'd never seen before Maybe you only knew his name because it was mentioned in passing a couple of times Then it's kind of stunning to see how he looks like the rest of the family but he's also his own person and you kinda wish you knew what his story was In real life if this happened you probably wouldn't know about this uncle because he's in jail or something so obviously this analogy isn't perfect Imagine if he walked through that door one day though and wanted to tell you all about his life story in great detail Some things would bore you but mostly you'd be really curious and he's a good storyteller your uncle and since you've thought about him your whole life you'd want to hear about it all anyway That's Memory Sorrow and ThornEpic fantasy swords and sorcery and all that at some times kind of a gothic horror at others prose that gives off a legitimate sense of dread It's a fun read though it's dense; even a long book doesn't usually take me almost a month to plow through That's not because it was boring though but because I wanted to savor it and I did It isn't something to rush through There are many strands to the plot all over the world and unsurprisingly they all come together in ways that I didn't expect although of course I'm not exactly notorious as a plot guesser anywayCheesy at times yes wrapped up in fantasy cliches that were perhaps a bit fresh in the late 1980s but have been tread many times in the years since sure But then again humans have told a lot of stories by now and it's hard to make something that's completely unlike anything that's been done before What you can do is build a world that is all its own with a rich history that is not just another Europe analogue fill it up with characters and make stuff happen I liked the journey up the fantasy family tree

  3. Claudia Claudia says:

    Phew Three volumes and exactly one month later I finally finished this mammoth series It’s a long long journey but totally worth itAlthough it’s kind of LOTR copycat in terms of structure it has its own original world diverse characters and an intricate multilayered plot Peter Jackson would make a hell of a movie out of itThis finale volume puts together all the pieces of the puzzle Every loose thread is weaved in the big canvas Being a classic fantasy view spoilerit has a happy ending hide spoiler

  4. Matthew Quann Matthew Quann says:

    Wrapping up than 2000 pages of storytelling To Green Angel Tower is a wholly satisfying conclusion to a super solid and influential fantasy series Though I found the first book The Dragonbone Chair to be a bit plodding with innumerable ancillary characters by the time I started To Green Angel Tower I might as well have been preparing a thesis in Osten Ard's lore It is at first a challenge to acclimate to the slow seduction and melancholy tone of Williams' world but it is a challenge well worth undertakingWhile I'd never say that To Green Angel Tower carries on at a blistering pace Sanderson's action forward hard to put down fantasy this is not the book deals heavily in revelation long awaited confrontation and some exciting reunions The book or less opens with a group of our heroes a few days before a messy battle for the Stone of Farewell From there the book alternates between great action scenes interesting lore bits and answers to uestions I've had since the first book There's still some travelogues that go on a bit too long but its much streamlined here than it ever was in the first two booksIt's also really tough to tie things together in a meaningful fashion Luckily To Green Angel Tower contains some great surprises while delivering a conclusion that left me both pleased and hungry for Luckily Williams has once taken up the pen in service of Osten Ard and his seuel trilogy is already in motion Though I'll probably take a bit of a break I think I'll be checking in on these characters sooner than I would have originally anticipatedAll in all a great conclusion to a very worthwhile trilogy I'm glad I stuck it out with this one it'll remain a favourite fantasy world of mine for some time to come 45 StarsStill planning on a trilogy spanning review to be published sometime soon

  5. Carrie Carrie says:

    This trilogy was pretty much my first into fantasy It was right after my first child was born and I had a lot of time stuck in the house to read I had kind of thought fantasy was for you know geekish people which was a problem considering my husband and two best friends were all into it I have now entered the geek and proud of it crowd These books were wonderful and I have not stopped reading fantasy since

  6. Scott Kemper Scott Kemper says:

    Ful review to come This was a buddy read with Laura from Fantasy Buddy Reads and there's not much I can say to add to the discussion of this trilogy besides the fact that it's one of the best fantasy trilogies I've ever read

  7. Leah Leah says:

    Loooooooooove 3 I don't even know how to review this book it's massive LOT's happen it's amazing I especially loved Miriamele's plot and Tiamak's Interesting new build characters on Cadrach and Camaris too

  8. Terence Terence says:

    Second read March April 2017 DNF Memory Sorrow Thorn has not aged well for me I had to give it up less than 200 pages into To Green Angel Tower If I were the type to go back and adjust ratings I’d give four stars to Williams’ later Shadowmarch trilogy and three for this Shadowmarch is essentially the same story as MST but it’s so much focused on essential plot without wandering down trackless paths of unnecessary exposition and subplotWhile reading I was thinking to myself that this is what The Lord of the Rings would have been like if Tolkien had included the battles of Lothlorien Rivendell Mirkwood and the Lonely Mountain with all the minor characters and subplots that that would entail instead of properly consigning them to brief mentions in the AppendicesI’m still looking forward to reading The Heart of What Was Lost when I find the time The fact that Shadowmarch is so much better than MST shows me that Williams has grown as a writer and that the good stuff I remembered from my first read wasn’t an illusion

  9. Taylor Taylor says:

    To Green Angel Tower is an action packed exciting and all around excellent ending to Tad Williams' Memory Sorrow and Thorn trilogy However there were definitely times throughout the book that I felt like To Green Angel Tower was longer than it needed to be and occasionally featured scenes that felt redundant with multiple scenes kind of feeling like a repeat of previous scenes throughout the book and I felt like that didn't exactly help move the plot forward when that happened That being said all of the storylines were enjoyable; especially when it came to the development of Simon and Miriamele's relationship and the JosuaVorzheva storyline Even though it has its weaknesses To Green Angel Tower is ultimately still a really great book My ratingscore 4 out 5 stars on Goodreads 8 out of 10 on my own scoring system

  10. York York says:

    Definitely a 4 or 5 star book Much of GoT can be found in these and the two previous novelsthe story is a masterwork of fantasy romance and actionThis last book is a carpel tunnel inducing tome of no small significanceworth the effort tho imho

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