The Dragonbone Chair: Book One of Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn

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  • Publisher‏:‎ DAW; Reprint edition (March 1, 2005)
  • Publication date‏:‎ March 1, 2005
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 4612 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 668 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

The Dragonbone Chair: Book One of Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn

The Dragonbone Chair: Book One of Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn [PDF] The Dragonbone Chair: Book One of Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn | by ✓ Tad Williams - The Dragonbone Chair: Book One of Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn, The Dragonbone Chair Book One of Memory Sorrow and Thorn One of my favorite fantasy series George R R MartinGroundbreaking Patrick RothfussOne of the great fantasy epics of all time Christopher Paolini New York Times bestselling Tad Williams landmark [PDF] The Dragonbone Chair: Book One of Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn | by ✓ Tad Williams - The Dragonbone Chair: Book One of Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn, The Dragonbone Chair Book One of Memory Sorrow and Thorn One of my favorite fantasy series George R R MartinGroundbreaking Patrick RothfussOne of the great fantasy epics of all time Christopher Paolini New York Times bestselling Tad Williams landmark [PDF] The Dragonbone Chair: Book One of Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn | by ✓ Tad Williams

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  1. Very interesting story, however, I ve been trying to read it off and on for several years now It keeps coming up in lists of other books I love, so I kept going back to it The writing is very descriptive which may be part of why the story goes so slow, although I ve read a lot of other descriptive books that don t feel this way The story is really good once you get through it, but honestly I need to take another break before going on to book 2 For reference, I love authors like Brandon Sanderson [...]


  2. This turned out to be a very good book, despite my, and many other fellow readers, lack of interest in the first 160 pages World building Seriously, pure tedium if you ask me We did not need that much foundation laid basically, just for Simon s character It could have very well been done in 40 or so pages.Beyond that though, this book goes to eleven Other great books go to ten, but if you just need that little extra, you can turn it to eleven when he read this book Thanks Nigel It s just an incr [...]


  3. I checked this book out of the library about 8 years ago and when I saw it on Kindle, I had to buy it This book is of a marathon instead of a sprint You really need to go the extra mile and stick with it as it starts out very slowly But once it takes off, it takes off It is exhilarating and scary and pushes you to the edge All the characters are wonderfully written and Tad bounces around so you get the full story, but not so much it becomes confusing We have all read those books where the author [...]


  4. The Dragonbone Chair is a fantasy epic quest in a medieval setting with swords,castles and a society closely resembling the England of several hundred years ago The story starts with a young orphan boy,Simon,who is being raised by the castle housekeeping staff of the country s king Simon is a dreamer and a bit of a klutz,but some reason the king s doctor magician wise man takes a liking to him and gradually Simon finds himself the doctor s apprentice The king s death throws that comfortable life [...]


  5. I m new to Tad Williams I bought this because of all the great reviews Problems the long and I mean l o n g descriptive details of tunnels, castles, forest There will be one action scene that moves the story along and then 12 pages describing the forest or castle The hero Simon is a jerk This is a 600 plus page book So far I think an editor could have dumped 400 pages It also reminds me a little bit like The Lord of The Rings, but that may be just me.


  6. When I started looking at reviews the first thing I noticed were the numerous complaints about how lengthy, tedious, and boring the first 160 pages were I was hesitant to start this book but the free sample from gave me the first 6 chapters From there I decided to give it a chance I ended up getting the kindle version, the audio book, and hard copy for my husband I m 18 chapters in with zero regrets.Getting to know Simon, really know him, see him fail, see how immature he was, see his whole life [...]


  7. A thoroughly well written and enjoyable first instalment in what promises to be a classic tale of sword and sorcery.The storyline will be familiar to any reader who indulges in this genre Hero, evil folk and a difficult, if not impossible, quest to fulfil to save the World from the baddies Filled with exquisitely written prose that suggests the author has taken great care with every word and punctuation mark.The thing I like most about the Author s style is that he s not in a hurry to reach a co [...]


  8. The most poetic writer out there Lovely language, not just descriptive but atmospheric and empathetic with a marvellous vocabulary Characters are very well portrayed, world building is vast and detailed But best of all is the eldritch feel to the world behind the scenes.The only reason this book does not get five stars is that the story lacks adequate pace and interest at times, especially towards the end when the main character POV all but disappears to be replaced by an assortment of character [...]