Brotherhood of the Wolf [David Farland] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Brotherhood Of The Wolf is the second book in David Farland’s Runelords series. The second of three books, the story continues on from The Sum of All Men. Buy a cheap copy of Brotherhood of the Wolf book by David Farland. David Farland’s “Runelords” fantasy sequence began in with The Sum of All Men, .

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Brotherhood of the Wolf (Runelords, #2) by David Farland

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So if you have a spare moment, please tell us your thoughts by writing a reader’s review. Not just frowth giants, flameweavers, and ferrin; but draaks, reavers, glories, and world-worms populate these pages.

All around him, reavers thundered forward in a rhe wall of flesh, pounding into the ranks of his men, over-whelming them. The length of the novel lends itself to more viewpoints than a shorter story might allow, and shows the reader a broader vision of the events unfolding.

Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: While the story never drags–per se–a faster paced story might have spent less time with each view point. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. The Drenai Novels David Gemmell 9.

Just when you think you know the enemy and have grasped the plot, then David Farland incorporates brktherhood unexpected twist in the tale that shocks and intrigues you! The magic system is quite unique.


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Whilst there are battle scenes with thousands of men dying, it is the personal conflicts which the protagonists must overcome. This book also advances beyond the first in that you have several different threads through the book, all connecting in the end.

If you ever wanted to imagine the Zerg vs knights on horseback, this book is for you. Buy the selected items together This item: Obviously, the endowment system stands out as original, but I also like the elemental magics, which give the elements themselves personalities and desires.

Brotherhood Of The Wolf by David Farland book review

I read an accurate description about this series on a site talking about an upcoming Runelords movie and this quote pretty much sums it up: The Voices of Mice The beginning of this book, although still good bfotherhood a rushed feel to it. If only Farland would move his text as fast.

Aug 16, Sam Phillips rated it liked it. I also found it interesting that the story, while huge in scope and full of lots of characters, factions, mythology and history, has still only covered a little over a week of real time.

However, because I am such an avid r The more I think about this book, the less sure I am that I liked it. The time investment for these books doesn’t seem to be quite there for the investment. Book 1 of the Runelords.

Brotherhood of the Wolf

Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. The sense of celebration is short lived as a new threat is introduced in the Darkling Glory, a sort of elemental hunter summoned by Raj Ahten’s flameweavers, presumably to seek out and destroy Gaborn. I even felt it was slightly out of character. The Macht Paul Kearney 9. Tolki Book two is still one of the better fantasy series out there because it struggles to avoid the cliches of the genre. But she wants more. I was going to give this 3-stars. Finally finished this book earlier this year.


Trivia About Brotherhood of th Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase. Bone Hill Please don’t get the impression that I did not like this book, it is very good, just not as good as the first book. With the continued development of the characters and setting, and the addition of some great new elements to the story, this book seems to be where the series really takes off. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

As The Reavers attack both kingdoms, Raj Ahten besieges the strategic location of Carris – only to be besieged by Reavers himself. When Saffira arrives with Borenson, the power of her voice causes the populace of Carris to surge forth for one last counterattack against the Reavers, but she is slain before Raj Ahten can save her. If your trilogy goes over 3 books, make it smaller. I’ve read some negative reviews that nothing happens for the first pages, but I disagree.

I didn’t really like the way that Farland organized the book. Gaborn had led an ‘army’ from Castle Goverman to Longmot a week ago. Striking at far-flung cities and fortresses and killing dedicates, Ahten seeks to draw out the Ea