Dark Wraith of Shannara

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Random House Publishing Group, Jul 8, 2009 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 208 pages
6 Reviews
THE FIRST-EVER GRAPHIC NOVEL SET IN THE WORLD OF SHANNARA!

Possessing an awesome power he is only beginning to understand, young Jair Ohmsford must summon the devastating yet darkly seductive magic of the wishsong on a fateful mission to save his friends . . . and protect the future from the forces of evil.

If you’ve never ventured into the wondrous world of Shannara, consider this an ideal opportunity. Prepare to enter the breathtaking realm of the Four Lands, where beings both noble and sinister have quested and clashed, crossed swords in the names of darkness and light, and engaged in adventures rich with mystery and majesty.

“Terry’s place is at the head of the fantasy world.”
–Philip Pullman, author of The Golden Compass


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User Review  - iftyzaidi - LibraryThing

Graphic novel set in Terry Brooks' Shannara milieu. Decent enough as it goes but I suspect that only devoted fans will get the most out of it and since I read my last Shannara book when I was but a wee lad in school, it doesn't really do a whole lot for me. Read full review

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User Review  - Cecrow - LibraryThing

I think this is the first graphic novel I've read, so weigh my review accordingly. It's effectively a sequel to the short story "Indomitable", continuing to explore Jair's strange relationship via the ... Read full review

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Terry Brooks a commence a publier le cycle de Shannara en 1977. Il est le premier heritier de Tolkien, et revendique l'influence d'Alexandre Dumas. Ses deux series best-sellers sont Le Royaume magique de Landover (six volumes) et Shannara, son plus grand cycle (dix-sept volumes a ce jour): un grand classique de la Fantasy aux 23 millions d'exemplaires en circulation !

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