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The Voyage of the Jerle Shannara: Antrax | [Terry Brooks]

The Voyage of the Jerle Shannara: Antrax

As the crew aboard the Jerle Shannara is attacked by evil forces, the Druid's protege, Bek Rowe, and his companions are pursued by the mysterious Ilse Witch. Meanwhile, Walker is alone, caught in a dark maze beneath the ruined city of Castledown, stalked by a hungry, unseen enemy.
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Publisher's Summary

A new novel by Terry Brooks is always a cause for celebration. For more than 20 years, the best selling author of the classic Shannara epic has proven himself one of the modern masters of fantasy, winning the hearts and minds of devoted listeners around the world. In his last acclaimed novel, Ilse Witch, a brave company of explorers led by the last Druid, Walker Boh, traveled across unknown seas in search of an elusive magic. Yet perhaps Walker and his team were lured there for sinister, unforeseen purposes...

Now, in Antrax, as the crew aboard the Jerle Shannara is attacked by evil forces, the Druid's protege, Bek Rowe, and his companions are pursued by the mysterious Ilse Witch. Meanwhile, Walker is alone, caught in a dark maze beneath the ruined city of Castledown, stalked by a hungry, unseen enemy.

For there is something alive in Castledown. Something not human. Something old beyond reckoning that covets the magic of Druids, elves, even the Ilse Witch. Something that hunts men for its own designs: Antrax. It is a spirit that commands ancient technologies and mechanical monsters, feeds off enchantment, and traps the souls of men.

©2001 Terry Brooks; (P)2001 Random House Inc., Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, a Division of Random House Inc.

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    Adam Fairfax, VA, USA 02-07-05
    Adam Fairfax, VA, USA 02-07-05
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    "Lots of words, but mostly boring."

    Terry has done the one thing every writer fears doing... he's dulled. His writing used to be full of such life, his stories dripping with adventure. Where's it all gone? The store-line perhaps is brilliant, but the follow-through is just sad. He skims over sections that could have made great stories and settles down for several chapters on scenes that don't help the plot, instead just contain interesting moments. As soon as a scene starts to get into plot, he drops it and begins to narrate it to us as if we're children who can't understand.

    I've always love the shannara series, and the great work he's done in addition, but this is just not his normal stuff.

    If you've not read anything else of Terry's, don't read this first or you'lll never come back.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
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    kmaine1133 Ca (United States) 08-20-12
    kmaine1133 Ca (United States) 08-20-12 Member Since 2006
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    "Good story but only Abridge"
    What would have made The Voyage of the Jerle Shannara better?

    I really wanted to purchase the unabridged version of this book. Since one was not available, I had no choice to buy this one. Hence my overall rating is two stars. I feel the abridge version cuts out too many important parts of the story


    What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

    Using logic, one can easily figure out the ending. Since it is part of a series, there is an element of continuation of the story and not really an ending.


    Which character – as performed by Charles Keating – was your favorite?

    Walker


    What character would you cut from The Voyage of the Jerle Shannara?

    none


    Any additional comments?

    Make an unabridged version

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    Jayme Layton, UT, USA 03-27-06
    Jayme Layton, UT, USA 03-27-06
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    "Good"

    This story is not quite as good as the Ilse Witch, but it is still really good and is worth a listen to, the reading is fair could be a little better not much difference in character voices, but I still love the shannara books.

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    Scott martinsburg, WV, USA 03-22-09
    Scott martinsburg, WV, USA 03-22-09
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    "The Voyage of the Jerle Shannara: Antrax"

    It took a long time for character development and for such a short book, the plot moves quickly. Once I was up to spped, I loved it. It took two different time to get into it however

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    Dave South Orange, NJ, USA 09-09-03
    Dave South Orange, NJ, USA 09-09-03
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    "If you like Fantasy, you'll love this!!"

    I've read the hardcopy of this series over the years and always enjoyed them. This is my first 'audible' version. Real interesting variations on the pronounciations, my interpretation was very different at times. I was also suprised at how much I enjoyed the story without reading. I've already signed up for 'Ultimate' and have downloaded the next in the series.

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