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The Return of the Sword (Chronicles of Hawklan Book 5) by [Taylor, Roger]
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Book Description

Colourful, action-packed epic fantasy from a highly popular British author

About the Author

Roger Taylor is the author of eleven previous fantasy novels for Headline, including the bestselling 'Chronicles of Hawklan' series.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2293 KB
  • Print Length: 384 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1843192845
  • Publisher: Mushroom eBooks (10 Feb. 2003)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004I1KN4A
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #65,756 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Paperback
A thrilling & satisfying conclusion to the Hawklan series. If you're not familiar with these books, but you read David Eddings, Stephen Donaldson, Raymond E. Feist or Orson Scott Card, then read each and every one of Roger Taylors books. You will not be disappointed. The end of the first series left me wondering what would become of this mysterious character and his unusual companions. The accompanying books - Dream Finder, Valdoran, Arash-Fellorn etc, introduced new characters, whom, shaped by unfolding events, forced to participate in violence, stretched beyond their limits, learn enough about themselves to realise they need to know more. They journey to meet Hawklan to gain knowledge and healing. As their stories unfold, the realisation that evil is once again seeking dominion in the world cannot be denied. This book ties together the strands of a beautifully woven story. It is full of sound wisdom and a lot of the lessons taught along the way apply equally here in this world as in the world of Hawklan. It is truly a sweeping epic, worthy of much greater praise and acknowledgement then it has so far received. Only one question remains for me:- What happened to Jeyna in 'Ibryen'?
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Format: Paperback
A refreshing change for a 'fantasy' book - no elves, no dwarfs, no dragons and no wizards. Besides, who can really tread in Tolkiens footsteps? Yet Roger Taylor's imagination has forged his own 'middle earth' with his own colourful characters and creatures. This book brings together characters from his other books- Dream Finder, Farnor, Whistler, Ibren and Arash-Felloeren all travelling back to the land where his first books, The Chronicles of Hawklan, were set. To a first time reader this may make the story line and characters a little confusing, however, to a veteran reader who has read the previous books, this is an absolute treat. This must have been a difficult book to write, yet Roger Taylor captures most of the enthralling story lines and excellent characterisation he has shown throughout his previous books. One has to ask though, where will his fantasy writing develop from here?
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I have all the Taylor books, and I have read and re-read them all multiple times. I truly believe that this series is one of the best out there, with characters that are easily the most human and engaging that I know. This book, the last of the stories of Hawklan and his trials, has, to a large degree, answered some of the questions raised in the previous books. Unfortunately, it's also raised more questions....what went before the great searing? Just who were Ethriss and Sumeral? I could go on! The one thing I really need to know however....Mr Taylor, when are you going to give us MORE?
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