Stone of Farewell by Tad Williams
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I liked this one better than book one of the series. Williams does a good job of cliffhanging the end, especially when you consider how many different POVs there are. There were a few choices made by some key players that kind of bummed me out. But heros are best when they are falible, I guess. I'm pretty excited now to jump into part one of the conclusion, but I just started school again, so my pleasure reading time has got to be limited. Bummer.
I've heard that this is one of his lesser collections, so now I'm really excited to check out one of his more notable works.
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