To Green Angel Tower: Storm
Memory, Sorrow & Thorn Book 4
By Tad Williams
Part two of the epic conclusion to Tad Williams' classic fantasy series MEMORY, SORROW AND THORN, set in the fantasy world of Osten Ard.
In order for the Storm King can cement his power over Osten Ard, he must find and defeat the rebel forces massing against him. But the rebels, led by the exiled Prince Josua, have rallied at the Stone of Farewell and are ready to fight the Storm King with every power they can muster. The key to their victory lies in finding the third sword of legend, Memory - but the sword has been lost for ages.
Lost, that is, until Simon Snowlock realises that he knows exactly where the sword is and how to recover it. The only problem: an undead army, bolstered by powerful magic, lies between him and his destination. It will take every ounce of Simon's courage and intelligence to journey to and then recover the great sword Memory and bring peace to Osten Ard.
If Simon's quest is to have any hope, Josua must move against the Storm King himself - a journey that will take him across endless seas, through ancient forests and into the stronghold of the Storm King himself.
The finale to Tad Williams' breathtaking, beloved series Memory, Sorrow and Thorn.
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01 Mar 2016
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Williams has begun a well-written, colourfully characterized and very readable saga — Publishers Weekly
The fantasy equivalent of war and peace — Locus
Without doubt on of the best fantasy novels I have read — Vector
A solid story spiced with political intrigue and strong, appealing heroes. Highly recommended — Library Journal
Williams is our Tolkien, and I suspect his coronation will be confirmed — Fear
[A] truly remarkable piece of storytelling . . . a glorious work or art — Starburst
One of my favourite fantasy series — George R. R. Martin, author of A Game of Thrones
One of the main reasons I started writing fantasy . . . Tad Williams' work is an essential part of any science fiction and fantasy library — Christopher Paolini, author of the Inheritance Cycle series
Ground-breaking . . . changed how people thought of the genre and paved the way for so much modern fantasy, including mine — Patrick Rothfuss, author of The Kingkiller Chronicle