Stone of Farewell

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Orbit, 1990 - English fiction - 874 pages
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In Osten Ard, the evil of the Storm King covers the land, the country is riven by war, and nature, unbalanced by the tide of evil, slips into a permanent winter. Simon, once a kitchen boy, now a hero hiding in the troll stronghold of Yiquanuc, has prophetic dreams ... only he and his companions can save the land, but to do this he must embark on the second part of his quest ... to the Stone of Farewell.

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User Review  - AdrianGHilder - LibraryThing

Tad William's slow but immersive writing style does a wonderful job of painting a picture of a scene in your mind and sometimes even animating it. I recall a scene where they are travelling by a river ... Read full review

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User Review  - renbedell - LibraryThing

Stone of Farewell is pretty much a well fleshed out Fantasy journey book that suffers from 2nd book in a trilogy syndrome. The worldbuilding is amazing. The main protagonist and the many other POVs ... Read full review

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About the author (1990)

Former singer, shoe-seller and radio show host, Tad Williams is now a full-time writer. His MEMORY, SORROW and THORN series established him as one of the most internationally popular fantasy authors of recent years.

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