For the legions of fans who've been captivated since the very first Shannara novel, this eagerly anticipated new chapter in Terry Brooks' signature series will be reason to celebrate. The Voyage of the Jerle Shannara: Ilse Witch offers an intriguing invitation to plunge again into the enthralling world of the best-selling Shannara adventures.
©2000 Terry Brooks; (P)2000 Random House Inc., Random House Audio, a Division of Random House Inc.
"This lively new adventure...combines the familiar quest format used in The Sword of Shannara with an array of well-defined characters and malevolent beings." (Publishers Weekly)
"The Shannara mythology gains a new level of history and depth in a tale that should appeal to the series' legions of fans." Library Journal)
Please Audible, get this in the unabridged version. You miss so much in the abridged form.
I bought this not realizu=ing that it was an abridged copy.
I hate abridged books!
No, only the narrator.
I felt like I was listening to a Saturday morning cartoon. Only those sound more realistic.
Stop putting out abridged copies and find a narrator that can do the job correctly
i have always been a fan of terry brooks but this narrater is so horrible that this audio book actually gets on my nerves. it actually irritates me to listen to it. my suggestion would be to actually read the book and don't buy this audio book.
I LOVE the Shannara series. Good writing, great plots, sweeping story lines with DEPTH.
Terry had my attention long ago with his first novel , "The Sword of Shannara," and I've read ALL of his work. I now own all of his audiobooks, and cannot recommend them highly enough.
When this novel came about, the series had been thought finished, and Terry had stepped aside from the series, letting us get to that final novel wondering, "Will he ever step back into this fantastic world he's created?"
He did so here, and in a huge way, taking off from here to so many more novels that will captivate and fascinate you with their strength, plot lines, continuity and creativity.
There is a tremendous host of both new and old characters, creatures and "other" entities in this continuance of the series, and even if it IS abridged, trust me, they've kept the work solid, despite the abridgment.
If you have EVER enjoyed the Shannara series, jump back in!
It's well worth those Audible credits!
Thank God I'm reading this series when they are all out. The ending of Ilse Witch is absolutely breathtaking! (Not to mention the rest of the book) If you are a lover of fantasy, pick up this book right now!
Good but, lacking the key features of wing great!!! First like many of the sub-series of Shannara the 3 Jerle books should just be compiled as 1 book as 2&3 are very short.
Also This whole series is very difficult to follow as it is all over the place on release dates, it is rewritten at times and has no true rhyme or reason.
Even when referencing the reading order I am still lost on many occasions.
And to add to the chaos the narrators change with the winds.............!
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. This was my favorite book in the series. It took two different time to get into it however
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