The Eye of the Hunter review í 104

review The Eye of the Hunter

The Eye of the Hunter review í 104 ✓ A thousand years had passed since the Eye of the Hunter last glared in the heavens A thousand years since the immortal Elfess Riatha brought word of the prophecy to the Warrows Tomlin and Petal with whom she had leagued to hunt down and defeat Baron Stoke one of the most evil beings to ever stalk the lands oNds of Mithgar The price of Stoke's doom had been a beloved companion's life the two plunging locked in combat down an icy chasm which had sealed shut the ring of eternity Now the comet known as the Eye of the Hunter again rode Mithgar's skies and the creatures of darkness once again ravaged the lands h. This is certainly one of McKiernan's best tales of Mithgar with a large cast of sympathetic characters and a complex and detailed plot It's excellent high fantasy and perfect for Tolkien fans

review Õ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ð Dennis L. McKiernan

A thousand years had passed since the Eye of the Hunter last glared in the heavens A thousand years since the immortal Elfess Riatha brought word of the prophecy to the Warrows Tomlin and Petal with whom she had leagued to hunt down and defeat Baron Stoke one of the most evil beings to ever stalk the la. This is my second time reading this book and no wonder it is my favorite of the Mithgar series of books The ongoing search for the man with the yellow eyes by the party of 5 makes up the bulk of the plot McKiernan again writes characters you really are invested in and care about from the two Warrows in Faeril and Gwylly to the two elves in Riatha and Aravan and last to the Baeron Urus Their hunt for the evil Baron Stoke takes them across the world of Mithgar and many red slippers are dropped during the story It is a key book in the Mithgar cycle

Dennis L. McKiernan Ð 4 review

The Eye of the HunterEralding the imminent return of their dread master Baron Stoke And now five brave souls must answer the call of prophecy Riatha and the Elf called Aravan; Gwylly and Faeril last in a long line of Firstborn Warrow descendants of Tomlin and Petal; and one other one restored to them from Death's chill gras. Sadly I have had this novel for many years and have struggled to read it many times This time I was finally able to get past the beginning Part of the problem was that I read it out of order of the others and part of the problem was the way the beginning was written I had to get pretty far in to realize why I was having the problem This is one that it is better to read in an appropriate order However I did enjoy it Another of the author's great High Fantasy novels A fun read