Last Guardian (The Stones of Power: Jon Shannow Trilogy)
|Rating||:||4.26 (901 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||304 Pages|
"Great books, love reading David Gemmell" according to M Fern. Great books, love reading David Gemmell! But the books arrived with folded in pages and a little beat up.. "A sequel which matches the original" according to Benjamin Denes. While most sequels are underwhelming retreads of mealticket stories, some do manage to outdo, or at least match, their predecessor. 'The Last Guardian', sequel to the amazing 'Wolf in Shadow' is the latter; it doesn't quite better the first, but is an awesome story nonetheless.Gemmell manages to take the character of the Jerusalem Man in a new direction, keeping true. Chino Fernandez said Contemporary fantasy at its best!. Gemmell's commitment to his readers surely shows in his work. He delivers, and you get good action with mind-blowing ideas and concepts.Jon Shannow is the legendary Jerusalem man, feared and hated by many, but those who become close to him get to know the real pain inside him? He hopes not to be a killer, but still, the threats to the peace of the post-apocalyptic wo
Salvatore, New York Times Bestselling authorWhile the Earth quaked, a deadly power burst forth from ancient Atlantis. "David Gemmell tells a tale of very real adventure, the stuff of true epic fantasy."--R.A. But to accomplish this he would have to find the shining Sword of God, said to be floating among the clouds in the perilous lands beyond the wall, where beasts walked like men and worship a dark goddess. As Shannow embarked on his impossible quest, demons gathered in wait. For the gate of time had been torn open, freeing a cataclysmic evil.Only the last guardian, Jon Shannow, the legendary pistoleer, could shut the deadly portal. And--somewhere--a golden-haired woman was dreaming of blood .
Has pace, conviction and gritty resolute vitalityThe result is a book that will be enjoyed by Tolkien fans TIMES EDUCATIONAL SUPPLEMENT