Edie Cheung Cheung itibaren Argujillo, Zamora, İspanya
I think it would be interesting to survey people to see which of the Damar books they prefer; I wonder if doesn't strongly correlate with which order you read them, the first always being the most preferred. The books are so strongly written than each story, and each heroine, has her own very distinct voice. Each is easily a very good standalone novel. However, they become even stronger as a pair. I read The Blue Sword first, and so the forested Damar of Aerin's time is a little odd, and the outright magic in most of the book lacks the creeping subtlety of that in The Blue Sword. That being said, Aerin is still a ton of fun to hang out with, and if some events are a tad less explicable in this book, that's just fine. Any Damar book is a book worth reading. I hope we get another one (starring a protagonist with long black hair who at some point sits next to some very tall white walls?)
It s been many years since I've read Terry Brooks. I love the world he creates and enjoy traveling there.