“If Harry Potter has given you a thirst for fantasy and you have not discovered the magic of Terry Brooks, you are in for a treat.”—Rocky Mountain News. If Harry Potter has given you a thirst for fantasy and you have not discovered the magic of Terry Brooks, you are in for a treat.”—Rocky. Title: The Voyage of the Jerle Shannara: Antrax Author(s): Terry Brooks ISBN: 1- / (USA edition) Publisher: Availability: Amazon .

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A writer since high school, he wrote many stories within the genres of science fiction, antrxx, fiction, and non-fiction, until one semester early in his college years he was given The Lord of the Rings to read. Meanwhile, the Ilse Witch is never ending in her search for Walker and his companions.

First King of Shannara Dec 18, Markus rated it liked it Shelves: What do you think? Yet both seek Walker Boh—with the fate of the Four Lands hanging in the balance.

This book started out ok and in no time at all it kicked into a higher gear than I’ve seen since Elfstones of Shannara. Brave explorers led by the last Druid, Walker Boh, traveled across unknown seas in search of an elusive magic.

Part of the reason for leaving a series and grooks back to it later is to let that excitement build for awhile and not to go stale with doing too much of the same thing. In these books the plot is more complex, the characters while still somewhat typecast are more interesting and the writing is smoother.


Antrax (Voyage of the Jerle Shannara, book 2) by Terry Brooks

I always work from a story, one that involves definite characters and themes. Return to Book Page. Feb 03, Eric rated it liked it. Antrax Terry Brooks, Author. Antrax was created to store data and information from its time and it is given a duty, an order to protect the information that it holds. The Morgawr is a centuries-old sorcerer of unimaginable might, who feeds upon the souls of his enemies. Or antrxx, I forget.

But there is no practical way to access this information, so Boroks chooses to destroy the power-hungry computer, which is quickly becoming a danger to the whole world.

Ilse Witch Antrax Morgawr It felt quite stretched, and when I finished the last page I realised that not much had happened since the first chapter. We rerry experiencing technical brookd. So avenues I have chosen not to explore earlier become avenues I want to explore later on. But to be fair, the good elements are more numerous than the bad, and the fact that I gave this book three stars does not mean that I did not enjoy reading it.

The Voyage of the Jerle Shannara: If you think about it, the Shannara series is really about the evolution of a society as mirrored through the lives of the members of the Ohmsford family.

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When Walker Boh persuades the witch to use the Sword of Shannarashe is exposed to its awesome power and forced to confront the truth of her horrifying deeds as the Ilse Witchcausing her to flee deep into her own mind. This book is more fast-paced than the first in the series, Ilse Witch. The leap he made from those books to the Voyage terdy Shannara series is equally great. As a writer, I have heard that the key to effective writing is to keep it simple and informative.

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The Voyage of the Jerle Shannara. I very rarely rate books as 5 stars on here, but Antrax was quite a treat. Terry Brooks reminds us that great nations have fallen, and that technology isn’t a safeguard from destruction and ruin.


In the Voyage of the Jerle Shannara series, this was easier to achieve than I thought it would be. Sep 18, Pages. A lot is revealed to the reader about the fears, the challenges and hidden truths that you find out about your favorite characters. Feb 16, Rick rated it it was amazing. I think we are a few generations away from computers being standard issue, but for an increasing number of young people, computers are a way of life.

Certainly, computers are here to stay.