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Running With The Demon

Running With The Demon

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‘Terry’s place is at the head of the fantasy world’ Philip Pullman

It is the beginning of the hottest July in decades, and two men have come to Hopewell, Illinois. One is not human, a dark servant of the Void, who will use the anger and frustration of the community to achieve a terrible secret goal. The other is John Ross, a Knight of the Word. While he sleeps, he lives in the hell the world will become if he fails to change its course on waking. John Ross has been given the ability to see the future. But does he have the power to change it?

At stake is the soul of a fourteen-year-old girl and the lives of the people of Hopewell. And that’s just the beginning. This Fourth of July, while friends and families picnic in Sinnissippi Park and fireworks explode in celebration of freedom and independence, the fate of Humanity itself will be decided . . .


Praise for Terry Brooks:

‘A master of the craft . . . required reading’ Brent Weeks

‘I can’t even begin to count how many of Terry Brooks’s books I’ve read (and re-read) over the years’ Patrick Rothfuss, author of The Name of the Wind

‘I would not be writing epic fantasy today if not for Shannara’ Peter V. Brett, author of The Painted Man

‘If you haven’t read Terry Brooks, you haven’t read fantasy’ Christopher Paolini, author of Eragon


The Word and the Void:

RUNNING WITH THE DEMON
A KNIGHT OF THE WORD
ANGEL FIRE EAST
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Fantasy

On Sale: 3rd August 2006

Price: £10.99

ISBN-13: 9781841495446

Reviews

Paul Hughes
'His fans should embrace it as eagerly as they have THE SWORD OF SHANNARA’
By far the best of Terry Brook s' many wonderful novels: darker, starker, classically written.
John Saul
I would not be writing epic fantasy today if not for Shannara
Peter V. Brett, author of THE PAINTED MAN
John Ross, the tortured, conflicted A Knight of the Word from Terry Brooks's Running with the Demon, finally gets a good night's sleep in the sequel. He buys this moment's peace at the cost of his sacred oath to be a champion of the Word, renouncing that
The story winds lazily through sleepy, wet Seattle like a tour bus, steadily building. Everything eventually converges on the homeless shelter where John works with his new sweetheart Stefanie Winslow for über-activist Simon Lawrence, a man his dreams tel
Terry's place is at the head of the fantasy world
Philip Pullman
I can't even begin to count how many of Terry Brooks's books I've read (and re-read) over the years
Patrick Rothfuss, author of THE NAME OF THE WIND
If you haven't read Terry Brooks, you haven't read fantasy
Christopher Paolini, author of ERAGON
- Publisher's Weekly
'as readable as it is thoroughly enjoyable.’
Running With The Demon

Running With The Demon

It is the beginning of the hottest July in decades, and two men have come to Hopewell, Illinois. One is not human, a dark servant of the Void, who will use the anger and frustration of the community to achieve a terrible secret goal. The other is John Ross, a Knight of the Word. While he sleeps, he lives in the hell the world will become if he fails to change its course on waking. John Ross has been given the ability to see the future. But does he have the power to change it?

At stake is the soul of a fourteen-year-old girl and the lives of the people of Hopewell. And that’s just the beginning. This Fourth of July, while friends and families picnic in Sinnissippi Park and fireworks explode in celebration of freedom and independence, the fate of Humanity itself will be decided . . .
Read More

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Fantasy

On Sale: 3rd August 2006

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781841495446

Reviews

By far the best of Terry Brook s' many wonderful novels: darker, starker, classically written.
John Saul
John Ross, the tortured, conflicted A Knight of the Word from Terry Brooks's Running with the Demon, finally gets a good night's sleep in the sequel. He buys this moment's peace at the cost of his sacred oath to be a champion of the Word, renouncing that
The story winds lazily through sleepy, wet Seattle like a tour bus, steadily building. Everything eventually converges on the homeless shelter where John works with his new sweetheart Stefanie Winslow for über-activist Simon Lawrence, a man his dreams tel
Paul Hughes
'His fans should embrace it as eagerly as they have THE SWORD OF SHANNARA’
- Publisher's Weekly
'as readable as it is thoroughly enjoyable.’
I can't even begin to count how many of Terry Brooks's books I've read (and re-read) over the years
Patrick Rothfuss, author of THE NAME OF THE WIND
I would not be writing epic fantasy today if not for Shannara
Peter V. Brett, author of THE PAINTED MAN
If you haven't read Terry Brooks, you haven't read fantasy
Christopher Paolini, author of ERAGON
Terry's place is at the head of the fantasy world
Philip Pullman
Running With The Demon

Running With The Demon

It is the beginning of the hottest July in decades, and two men have come to Hopewell, Illinois. One is not human, a dark servant of the Void, who will use the anger and frustration of the community to achieve a terrible secret goal. The other is John Ross, a Knight of the Word. While he sleeps, he lives in the hell the world will become if he fails to change its course on waking. John Ross has been given the ability to see the future. But does he have the power to change it?

At stake is the soul of a fourteen-year-old girl and the lives of the people of Hopewell. And that’s just the beginning. This Fourth of July, while friends and families picnic in Sinnissippi Park and fireworks explode in celebration of freedom and independence, the fate of Humanity itself will be decided . . .
Read More

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Fantasy

On Sale: 3rd August 2006

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781841495446

Reviews

By far the best of Terry Brook s' many wonderful novels: darker, starker, classically written.
John Saul
John Ross, the tortured, conflicted A Knight of the Word from Terry Brooks's Running with the Demon, finally gets a good night's sleep in the sequel. He buys this moment's peace at the cost of his sacred oath to be a champion of the Word, renouncing that
The story winds lazily through sleepy, wet Seattle like a tour bus, steadily building. Everything eventually converges on the homeless shelter where John works with his new sweetheart Stefanie Winslow for über-activist Simon Lawrence, a man his dreams tel
Paul Hughes
'His fans should embrace it as eagerly as they have THE SWORD OF SHANNARA’
- Publisher's Weekly
'as readable as it is thoroughly enjoyable.’
I can't even begin to count how many of Terry Brooks's books I've read (and re-read) over the years
Patrick Rothfuss, author of THE NAME OF THE WIND
I would not be writing epic fantasy today if not for Shannara
Peter V. Brett, author of THE PAINTED MAN
If you haven't read Terry Brooks, you haven't read fantasy
Christopher Paolini, author of ERAGON
Terry's place is at the head of the fantasy world
Philip Pullman
Running With The Demon

Running With The Demon

It is the beginning of the hottest July in decades, and two men have come to Hopewell, Illinois. One is not human, a dark servant of the Void, who will use the anger and frustration of the community to achieve a terrible secret goal. The other is John Ross, a Knight of the Word. While he sleeps, he lives in the hell the world will become if he fails to change its course on waking. John Ross has been given the ability to see the future. But does he have the power to change it?

At stake is the soul of a fourteen-year-old girl and the lives of the people of Hopewell. And that’s just the beginning. This Fourth of July, while friends and families picnic in Sinnissippi Park and fireworks explode in celebration of freedom and independence, the fate of Humanity itself will be decided . . .
Read More

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Fantasy

On Sale: 3rd August 2006

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781841495446

Reviews

By far the best of Terry Brook s' many wonderful novels: darker, starker, classically written.
John Saul
John Ross, the tortured, conflicted A Knight of the Word from Terry Brooks's Running with the Demon, finally gets a good night's sleep in the sequel. He buys this moment's peace at the cost of his sacred oath to be a champion of the Word, renouncing that
The story winds lazily through sleepy, wet Seattle like a tour bus, steadily building. Everything eventually converges on the homeless shelter where John works with his new sweetheart Stefanie Winslow for über-activist Simon Lawrence, a man his dreams tel
Paul Hughes
'His fans should embrace it as eagerly as they have THE SWORD OF SHANNARA’
- Publisher's Weekly
'as readable as it is thoroughly enjoyable.’
I can't even begin to count how many of Terry Brooks's books I've read (and re-read) over the years
Patrick Rothfuss, author of THE NAME OF THE WIND
I would not be writing epic fantasy today if not for Shannara
Peter V. Brett, author of THE PAINTED MAN
If you haven't read Terry Brooks, you haven't read fantasy
Christopher Paolini, author of ERAGON
Terry's place is at the head of the fantasy world
Philip Pullman
Running With The Demon

Running With The Demon

It is the beginning of the hottest July in decades, and two men have come to Hopewell, Illinois. One is not human, a dark servant of the Void, who will use the anger and frustration of the community to achieve a terrible secret goal. The other is John Ross, a Knight of the Word. While he sleeps, he lives in the hell the world will become if he fails to change its course on waking. John Ross has been given the ability to see the future. But does he have the power to change it?

At stake is the soul of a fourteen-year-old girl and the lives of the people of Hopewell. And that’s just the beginning. This Fourth of July, while friends and families picnic in Sinnissippi Park and fireworks explode in celebration of freedom and independence, the fate of Humanity itself will be decided . . .
Read More

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Fantasy

On Sale: 3rd August 2006

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781841495446

Reviews

By far the best of Terry Brook s' many wonderful novels: darker, starker, classically written.
John Saul
John Ross, the tortured, conflicted A Knight of the Word from Terry Brooks's Running with the Demon, finally gets a good night's sleep in the sequel. He buys this moment's peace at the cost of his sacred oath to be a champion of the Word, renouncing that
The story winds lazily through sleepy, wet Seattle like a tour bus, steadily building. Everything eventually converges on the homeless shelter where John works with his new sweetheart Stefanie Winslow for über-activist Simon Lawrence, a man his dreams tel
Paul Hughes
'His fans should embrace it as eagerly as they have THE SWORD OF SHANNARA’
- Publisher's Weekly
'as readable as it is thoroughly enjoyable.’
I can't even begin to count how many of Terry Brooks's books I've read (and re-read) over the years
Patrick Rothfuss, author of THE NAME OF THE WIND
I would not be writing epic fantasy today if not for Shannara
Peter V. Brett, author of THE PAINTED MAN
If you haven't read Terry Brooks, you haven't read fantasy
Christopher Paolini, author of ERAGON
Terry's place is at the head of the fantasy world
Philip Pullman
Running With The Demon

Running With The Demon

It is the beginning of the hottest July in decades, and two men have come to Hopewell, Illinois. One is not human, a dark servant of the Void, who will use the anger and frustration of the community to achieve a terrible secret goal. The other is John Ross, a Knight of the Word. While he sleeps, he lives in the hell the world will become if he fails to change its course on waking. John Ross has been given the ability to see the future. But does he have the power to change it?

At stake is the soul of a fourteen-year-old girl and the lives of the people of Hopewell. And that’s just the beginning. This Fourth of July, while friends and families picnic in Sinnissippi Park and fireworks explode in celebration of freedom and independence, the fate of Humanity itself will be decided . . .
Read More

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Fantasy

On Sale: 3rd August 2006

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781841495446

Reviews

By far the best of Terry Brook s' many wonderful novels: darker, starker, classically written.
John Saul
John Ross, the tortured, conflicted A Knight of the Word from Terry Brooks's Running with the Demon, finally gets a good night's sleep in the sequel. He buys this moment's peace at the cost of his sacred oath to be a champion of the Word, renouncing that
The story winds lazily through sleepy, wet Seattle like a tour bus, steadily building. Everything eventually converges on the homeless shelter where John works with his new sweetheart Stefanie Winslow for über-activist Simon Lawrence, a man his dreams tel
Paul Hughes
'His fans should embrace it as eagerly as they have THE SWORD OF SHANNARA’
- Publisher's Weekly
'as readable as it is thoroughly enjoyable.’
I can't even begin to count how many of Terry Brooks's books I've read (and re-read) over the years
Patrick Rothfuss, author of THE NAME OF THE WIND
I would not be writing epic fantasy today if not for Shannara
Peter V. Brett, author of THE PAINTED MAN
If you haven't read Terry Brooks, you haven't read fantasy
Christopher Paolini, author of ERAGON
Terry's place is at the head of the fantasy world
Philip Pullman
Running With The Demon

Running With The Demon

It is the beginning of the hottest July in decades, and two men have come to Hopewell, Illinois. One is not human, a dark servant of the Void, who will use the anger and frustration of the community to achieve a terrible secret goal. The other is John Ross, a Knight of the Word. While he sleeps, he lives in the hell the world will become if he fails to change its course on waking. John Ross has been given the ability to see the future. But does he have the power to change it?

At stake is the soul of a fourteen-year-old girl and the lives of the people of Hopewell. And that’s just the beginning. This Fourth of July, while friends and families picnic in Sinnissippi Park and fireworks explode in celebration of freedom and independence, the fate of Humanity itself will be decided . . .
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Fantasy

On Sale: 3rd August 2006

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781841495446

Reviews

By far the best of Terry Brook s' many wonderful novels: darker, starker, classically written.
John Saul
John Ross, the tortured, conflicted A Knight of the Word from Terry Brooks's Running with the Demon, finally gets a good night's sleep in the sequel. He buys this moment's peace at the cost of his sacred oath to be a champion of the Word, renouncing that
The story winds lazily through sleepy, wet Seattle like a tour bus, steadily building. Everything eventually converges on the homeless shelter where John works with his new sweetheart Stefanie Winslow for über-activist Simon Lawrence, a man his dreams tel
Paul Hughes
'His fans should embrace it as eagerly as they have THE SWORD OF SHANNARA’
- Publisher's Weekly
'as readable as it is thoroughly enjoyable.’
I can't even begin to count how many of Terry Brooks's books I've read (and re-read) over the years
Patrick Rothfuss, author of THE NAME OF THE WIND
I would not be writing epic fantasy today if not for Shannara
Peter V. Brett, author of THE PAINTED MAN
If you haven't read Terry Brooks, you haven't read fantasy
Christopher Paolini, author of ERAGON
Terry's place is at the head of the fantasy world
Philip Pullman
Running With The Demon

Running With The Demon

It is the beginning of the hottest July in decades, and two men have come to Hopewell, Illinois. One is not human, a dark servant of the Void, who will use the anger and frustration of the community to achieve a terrible secret goal. The other is John Ross, a Knight of the Word. While he sleeps, he lives in the hell the world will become if he fails to change its course on waking. John Ross has been given the ability to see the future. But does he have the power to change it?

At stake is the soul of a fourteen-year-old girl and the lives of the people of Hopewell. And that’s just the beginning. This Fourth of July, while friends and families picnic in Sinnissippi Park and fireworks explode in celebration of freedom and independence, the fate of Humanity itself will be decided . . .
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Fantasy

On Sale: 3rd August 2006

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781841495446

Reviews

By far the best of Terry Brook s' many wonderful novels: darker, starker, classically written.
John Saul
John Ross, the tortured, conflicted A Knight of the Word from Terry Brooks's Running with the Demon, finally gets a good night's sleep in the sequel. He buys this moment's peace at the cost of his sacred oath to be a champion of the Word, renouncing that
The story winds lazily through sleepy, wet Seattle like a tour bus, steadily building. Everything eventually converges on the homeless shelter where John works with his new sweetheart Stefanie Winslow for über-activist Simon Lawrence, a man his dreams tel
Paul Hughes
'His fans should embrace it as eagerly as they have THE SWORD OF SHANNARA’
- Publisher's Weekly
'as readable as it is thoroughly enjoyable.’
I can't even begin to count how many of Terry Brooks's books I've read (and re-read) over the years
Patrick Rothfuss, author of THE NAME OF THE WIND
I would not be writing epic fantasy today if not for Shannara
Peter V. Brett, author of THE PAINTED MAN
If you haven't read Terry Brooks, you haven't read fantasy
Christopher Paolini, author of ERAGON
Terry's place is at the head of the fantasy world
Philip Pullman
Running With The Demon

Running With The Demon

It is the beginning of the hottest July in decades, and two men have come to Hopewell, Illinois. One is not human, a dark servant of the Void, who will use the anger and frustration of the community to achieve a terrible secret goal. The other is John Ross, a Knight of the Word. While he sleeps, he lives in the hell the world will become if he fails to change its course on waking. John Ross has been given the ability to see the future. But does he have the power to change it?

At stake is the soul of a fourteen-year-old girl and the lives of the people of Hopewell. And that’s just the beginning. This Fourth of July, while friends and families picnic in Sinnissippi Park and fireworks explode in celebration of freedom and independence, the fate of Humanity itself will be decided . . .
Read More

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Fantasy

On Sale: 3rd August 2006

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781841495446

Reviews

By far the best of Terry Brook s' many wonderful novels: darker, starker, classically written.
John Saul
John Ross, the tortured, conflicted A Knight of the Word from Terry Brooks's Running with the Demon, finally gets a good night's sleep in the sequel. He buys this moment's peace at the cost of his sacred oath to be a champion of the Word, renouncing that
The story winds lazily through sleepy, wet Seattle like a tour bus, steadily building. Everything eventually converges on the homeless shelter where John works with his new sweetheart Stefanie Winslow for über-activist Simon Lawrence, a man his dreams tel
Paul Hughes
'His fans should embrace it as eagerly as they have THE SWORD OF SHANNARA’
- Publisher's Weekly
'as readable as it is thoroughly enjoyable.’
I can't even begin to count how many of Terry Brooks's books I've read (and re-read) over the years
Patrick Rothfuss, author of THE NAME OF THE WIND
I would not be writing epic fantasy today if not for Shannara
Peter V. Brett, author of THE PAINTED MAN
If you haven't read Terry Brooks, you haven't read fantasy
Christopher Paolini, author of ERAGON
Terry's place is at the head of the fantasy world
Philip Pullman
Running With The Demon

Running With The Demon

It is the beginning of the hottest July in decades, and two men have come to Hopewell, Illinois. One is not human, a dark servant of the Void, who will use the anger and frustration of the community to achieve a terrible secret goal. The other is John Ross, a Knight of the Word. While he sleeps, he lives in the hell the world will become if he fails to change its course on waking. John Ross has been given the ability to see the future. But does he have the power to change it?

At stake is the soul of a fourteen-year-old girl and the lives of the people of Hopewell. And that’s just the beginning. This Fourth of July, while friends and families picnic in Sinnissippi Park and fireworks explode in celebration of freedom and independence, the fate of Humanity itself will be decided . . .
Read More

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Fantasy

On Sale: 3rd August 2006

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781841495446

Reviews

By far the best of Terry Brook s' many wonderful novels: darker, starker, classically written.
John Saul
John Ross, the tortured, conflicted A Knight of the Word from Terry Brooks's Running with the Demon, finally gets a good night's sleep in the sequel. He buys this moment's peace at the cost of his sacred oath to be a champion of the Word, renouncing that
The story winds lazily through sleepy, wet Seattle like a tour bus, steadily building. Everything eventually converges on the homeless shelter where John works with his new sweetheart Stefanie Winslow for über-activist Simon Lawrence, a man his dreams tel
Paul Hughes
'His fans should embrace it as eagerly as they have THE SWORD OF SHANNARA’
- Publisher's Weekly
'as readable as it is thoroughly enjoyable.’
I can't even begin to count how many of Terry Brooks's books I've read (and re-read) over the years
Patrick Rothfuss, author of THE NAME OF THE WIND
I would not be writing epic fantasy today if not for Shannara
Peter V. Brett, author of THE PAINTED MAN
If you haven't read Terry Brooks, you haven't read fantasy
Christopher Paolini, author of ERAGON
Terry's place is at the head of the fantasy world
Philip Pullman
Running With The Demon

Running With The Demon

It is the beginning of the hottest July in decades, and two men have come to Hopewell, Illinois. One is not human, a dark servant of the Void, who will use the anger and frustration of the community to achieve a terrible secret goal. The other is John Ross, a Knight of the Word. While he sleeps, he lives in the hell the world will become if he fails to change its course on waking. John Ross has been given the ability to see the future. But does he have the power to change it?

At stake is the soul of a fourteen-year-old girl and the lives of the people of Hopewell. And that’s just the beginning. This Fourth of July, while friends and families picnic in Sinnissippi Park and fireworks explode in celebration of freedom and independence, the fate of Humanity itself will be decided . . .
Read More

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Fantasy

On Sale: 3rd August 2006

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781841495446

Reviews

By far the best of Terry Brook s' many wonderful novels: darker, starker, classically written.
John Saul
John Ross, the tortured, conflicted A Knight of the Word from Terry Brooks's Running with the Demon, finally gets a good night's sleep in the sequel. He buys this moment's peace at the cost of his sacred oath to be a champion of the Word, renouncing that
The story winds lazily through sleepy, wet Seattle like a tour bus, steadily building. Everything eventually converges on the homeless shelter where John works with his new sweetheart Stefanie Winslow for über-activist Simon Lawrence, a man his dreams tel
Paul Hughes
'His fans should embrace it as eagerly as they have THE SWORD OF SHANNARA’
- Publisher's Weekly
'as readable as it is thoroughly enjoyable.’
I can't even begin to count how many of Terry Brooks's books I've read (and re-read) over the years
Patrick Rothfuss, author of THE NAME OF THE WIND
I would not be writing epic fantasy today if not for Shannara
Peter V. Brett, author of THE PAINTED MAN
If you haven't read Terry Brooks, you haven't read fantasy
Christopher Paolini, author of ERAGON
Terry's place is at the head of the fantasy world
Philip Pullman
Running With The Demon

Running With The Demon

It is the beginning of the hottest July in decades, and two men have come to Hopewell, Illinois. One is not human, a dark servant of the Void, who will use the anger and frustration of the community to achieve a terrible secret goal. The other is John Ross, a Knight of the Word. While he sleeps, he lives in the hell the world will become if he fails to change its course on waking. John Ross has been given the ability to see the future. But does he have the power to change it?

At stake is the soul of a fourteen-year-old girl and the lives of the people of Hopewell. And that’s just the beginning. This Fourth of July, while friends and families picnic in Sinnissippi Park and fireworks explode in celebration of freedom and independence, the fate of Humanity itself will be decided . . .
Read More

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Fantasy

On Sale: 3rd August 2006

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781841495446

Reviews

By far the best of Terry Brook s' many wonderful novels: darker, starker, classically written.
John Saul
John Ross, the tortured, conflicted A Knight of the Word from Terry Brooks's Running with the Demon, finally gets a good night's sleep in the sequel. He buys this moment's peace at the cost of his sacred oath to be a champion of the Word, renouncing that
The story winds lazily through sleepy, wet Seattle like a tour bus, steadily building. Everything eventually converges on the homeless shelter where John works with his new sweetheart Stefanie Winslow for über-activist Simon Lawrence, a man his dreams tel
Paul Hughes
'His fans should embrace it as eagerly as they have THE SWORD OF SHANNARA’
- Publisher's Weekly
'as readable as it is thoroughly enjoyable.’
I can't even begin to count how many of Terry Brooks's books I've read (and re-read) over the years
Patrick Rothfuss, author of THE NAME OF THE WIND
I would not be writing epic fantasy today if not for Shannara
Peter V. Brett, author of THE PAINTED MAN
If you haven't read Terry Brooks, you haven't read fantasy
Christopher Paolini, author of ERAGON
Terry's place is at the head of the fantasy world
Philip Pullman
Running With The Demon

Running With The Demon

It is the beginning of the hottest July in decades, and two men have come to Hopewell, Illinois. One is not human, a dark servant of the Void, who will use the anger and frustration of the community to achieve a terrible secret goal. The other is John Ross, a Knight of the Word. While he sleeps, he lives in the hell the world will become if he fails to change its course on waking. John Ross has been given the ability to see the future. But does he have the power to change it?

At stake is the soul of a fourteen-year-old girl and the lives of the people of Hopewell. And that’s just the beginning. This Fourth of July, while friends and families picnic in Sinnissippi Park and fireworks explode in celebration of freedom and independence, the fate of Humanity itself will be decided . . .
Read More

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Fantasy

On Sale: 3rd August 2006

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781841495446

Reviews

By far the best of Terry Brook s' many wonderful novels: darker, starker, classically written.
John Saul
John Ross, the tortured, conflicted A Knight of the Word from Terry Brooks's Running with the Demon, finally gets a good night's sleep in the sequel. He buys this moment's peace at the cost of his sacred oath to be a champion of the Word, renouncing that
The story winds lazily through sleepy, wet Seattle like a tour bus, steadily building. Everything eventually converges on the homeless shelter where John works with his new sweetheart Stefanie Winslow for über-activist Simon Lawrence, a man his dreams tel
Paul Hughes
'His fans should embrace it as eagerly as they have THE SWORD OF SHANNARA’
- Publisher's Weekly
'as readable as it is thoroughly enjoyable.’
I can't even begin to count how many of Terry Brooks's books I've read (and re-read) over the years
Patrick Rothfuss, author of THE NAME OF THE WIND
I would not be writing epic fantasy today if not for Shannara
Peter V. Brett, author of THE PAINTED MAN
If you haven't read Terry Brooks, you haven't read fantasy
Christopher Paolini, author of ERAGON
Terry's place is at the head of the fantasy world
Philip Pullman
Running With The Demon

Running With The Demon

It is the beginning of the hottest July in decades, and two men have come to Hopewell, Illinois. One is not human, a dark servant of the Void, who will use the anger and frustration of the community to achieve a terrible secret goal. The other is John Ross, a Knight of the Word. While he sleeps, he lives in the hell the world will become if he fails to change its course on waking. John Ross has been given the ability to see the future. But does he have the power to change it?

At stake is the soul of a fourteen-year-old girl and the lives of the people of Hopewell. And that’s just the beginning. This Fourth of July, while friends and families picnic in Sinnissippi Park and fireworks explode in celebration of freedom and independence, the fate of Humanity itself will be decided . . .
Read More

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Fantasy

On Sale: 3rd August 2006

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781841495446

Reviews

By far the best of Terry Brook s' many wonderful novels: darker, starker, classically written.
John Saul
John Ross, the tortured, conflicted A Knight of the Word from Terry Brooks's Running with the Demon, finally gets a good night's sleep in the sequel. He buys this moment's peace at the cost of his sacred oath to be a champion of the Word, renouncing that
The story winds lazily through sleepy, wet Seattle like a tour bus, steadily building. Everything eventually converges on the homeless shelter where John works with his new sweetheart Stefanie Winslow for über-activist Simon Lawrence, a man his dreams tel
Paul Hughes
'His fans should embrace it as eagerly as they have THE SWORD OF SHANNARA’
- Publisher's Weekly
'as readable as it is thoroughly enjoyable.’
I can't even begin to count how many of Terry Brooks's books I've read (and re-read) over the years
Patrick Rothfuss, author of THE NAME OF THE WIND
I would not be writing epic fantasy today if not for Shannara
Peter V. Brett, author of THE PAINTED MAN
If you haven't read Terry Brooks, you haven't read fantasy
Christopher Paolini, author of ERAGON
Terry's place is at the head of the fantasy world
Philip Pullman
Running With The Demon

Running With The Demon

It is the beginning of the hottest July in decades, and two men have come to Hopewell, Illinois. One is not human, a dark servant of the Void, who will use the anger and frustration of the community to achieve a terrible secret goal. The other is John Ross, a Knight of the Word. While he sleeps, he lives in the hell the world will become if he fails to change its course on waking. John Ross has been given the ability to see the future. But does he have the power to change it?

At stake is the soul of a fourteen-year-old girl and the lives of the people of Hopewell. And that’s just the beginning. This Fourth of July, while friends and families picnic in Sinnissippi Park and fireworks explode in celebration of freedom and independence, the fate of Humanity itself will be decided . . .
Read More

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Fantasy

On Sale: 3rd August 2006

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781841495446

Reviews

By far the best of Terry Brook s' many wonderful novels: darker, starker, classically written.
John Saul
John Ross, the tortured, conflicted A Knight of the Word from Terry Brooks's Running with the Demon, finally gets a good night's sleep in the sequel. He buys this moment's peace at the cost of his sacred oath to be a champion of the Word, renouncing that
The story winds lazily through sleepy, wet Seattle like a tour bus, steadily building. Everything eventually converges on the homeless shelter where John works with his new sweetheart Stefanie Winslow for über-activist Simon Lawrence, a man his dreams tel
Paul Hughes
'His fans should embrace it as eagerly as they have THE SWORD OF SHANNARA’
- Publisher's Weekly
'as readable as it is thoroughly enjoyable.’
I can't even begin to count how many of Terry Brooks's books I've read (and re-read) over the years
Patrick Rothfuss, author of THE NAME OF THE WIND
I would not be writing epic fantasy today if not for Shannara
Peter V. Brett, author of THE PAINTED MAN
If you haven't read Terry Brooks, you haven't read fantasy
Christopher Paolini, author of ERAGON
Terry's place is at the head of the fantasy world
Philip Pullman
Running With The Demon

Running With The Demon

It is the beginning of the hottest July in decades, and two men have come to Hopewell, Illinois. One is not human, a dark servant of the Void, who will use the anger and frustration of the community to achieve a terrible secret goal. The other is John Ross, a Knight of the Word. While he sleeps, he lives in the hell the world will become if he fails to change its course on waking. John Ross has been given the ability to see the future. But does he have the power to change it?

At stake is the soul of a fourteen-year-old girl and the lives of the people of Hopewell. And that’s just the beginning. This Fourth of July, while friends and families picnic in Sinnissippi Park and fireworks explode in celebration of freedom and independence, the fate of Humanity itself will be decided . . .
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Fantasy

On Sale: 3rd August 2006

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781841495446

Reviews

By far the best of Terry Brook s' many wonderful novels: darker, starker, classically written.
John Saul
John Ross, the tortured, conflicted A Knight of the Word from Terry Brooks's Running with the Demon, finally gets a good night's sleep in the sequel. He buys this moment's peace at the cost of his sacred oath to be a champion of the Word, renouncing that
The story winds lazily through sleepy, wet Seattle like a tour bus, steadily building. Everything eventually converges on the homeless shelter where John works with his new sweetheart Stefanie Winslow for über-activist Simon Lawrence, a man his dreams tel
Paul Hughes
'His fans should embrace it as eagerly as they have THE SWORD OF SHANNARA’
- Publisher's Weekly
'as readable as it is thoroughly enjoyable.’
I can't even begin to count how many of Terry Brooks's books I've read (and re-read) over the years
Patrick Rothfuss, author of THE NAME OF THE WIND
I would not be writing epic fantasy today if not for Shannara
Peter V. Brett, author of THE PAINTED MAN
If you haven't read Terry Brooks, you haven't read fantasy
Christopher Paolini, author of ERAGON
Terry's place is at the head of the fantasy world
Philip Pullman
Running With The Demon

Running With The Demon

It is the beginning of the hottest July in decades, and two men have come to Hopewell, Illinois. One is not human, a dark servant of the Void, who will use the anger and frustration of the community to achieve a terrible secret goal. The other is John Ross, a Knight of the Word. While he sleeps, he lives in the hell the world will become if he fails to change its course on waking. John Ross has been given the ability to see the future. But does he have the power to change it?

At stake is the soul of a fourteen-year-old girl and the lives of the people of Hopewell. And that’s just the beginning. This Fourth of July, while friends and families picnic in Sinnissippi Park and fireworks explode in celebration of freedom and independence, the fate of Humanity itself will be decided . . .
Read More

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Fantasy

On Sale: 3rd August 2006

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781841495446

Reviews

By far the best of Terry Brook s' many wonderful novels: darker, starker, classically written.
John Saul
John Ross, the tortured, conflicted A Knight of the Word from Terry Brooks's Running with the Demon, finally gets a good night's sleep in the sequel. He buys this moment's peace at the cost of his sacred oath to be a champion of the Word, renouncing that
The story winds lazily through sleepy, wet Seattle like a tour bus, steadily building. Everything eventually converges on the homeless shelter where John works with his new sweetheart Stefanie Winslow for über-activist Simon Lawrence, a man his dreams tel
Paul Hughes
'His fans should embrace it as eagerly as they have THE SWORD OF SHANNARA’
- Publisher's Weekly
'as readable as it is thoroughly enjoyable.’
I can't even begin to count how many of Terry Brooks's books I've read (and re-read) over the years
Patrick Rothfuss, author of THE NAME OF THE WIND
I would not be writing epic fantasy today if not for Shannara
Peter V. Brett, author of THE PAINTED MAN
If you haven't read Terry Brooks, you haven't read fantasy
Christopher Paolini, author of ERAGON
Terry's place is at the head of the fantasy world
Philip Pullman
Running With The Demon

Running With The Demon

It is the beginning of the hottest July in decades, and two men have come to Hopewell, Illinois. One is not human, a dark servant of the Void, who will use the anger and frustration of the community to achieve a terrible secret goal. The other is John Ross, a Knight of the Word. While he sleeps, he lives in the hell the world will become if he fails to change its course on waking. John Ross has been given the ability to see the future. But does he have the power to change it?

At stake is the soul of a fourteen-year-old girl and the lives of the people of Hopewell. And that’s just the beginning. This Fourth of July, while friends and families picnic in Sinnissippi Park and fireworks explode in celebration of freedom and independence, the fate of Humanity itself will be decided . . .
Read More

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Fantasy

On Sale: 3rd August 2006

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781841495446

Reviews

By far the best of Terry Brook s' many wonderful novels: darker, starker, classically written.
John Saul
John Ross, the tortured, conflicted A Knight of the Word from Terry Brooks's Running with the Demon, finally gets a good night's sleep in the sequel. He buys this moment's peace at the cost of his sacred oath to be a champion of the Word, renouncing that
The story winds lazily through sleepy, wet Seattle like a tour bus, steadily building. Everything eventually converges on the homeless shelter where John works with his new sweetheart Stefanie Winslow for über-activist Simon Lawrence, a man his dreams tel
Paul Hughes
'His fans should embrace it as eagerly as they have THE SWORD OF SHANNARA’
- Publisher's Weekly
'as readable as it is thoroughly enjoyable.’
I can't even begin to count how many of Terry Brooks's books I've read (and re-read) over the years
Patrick Rothfuss, author of THE NAME OF THE WIND
I would not be writing epic fantasy today if not for Shannara
Peter V. Brett, author of THE PAINTED MAN
If you haven't read Terry Brooks, you haven't read fantasy
Christopher Paolini, author of ERAGON
Terry's place is at the head of the fantasy world
Philip Pullman
Running With The Demon

Running With The Demon

It is the beginning of the hottest July in decades, and two men have come to Hopewell, Illinois. One is not human, a dark servant of the Void, who will use the anger and frustration of the community to achieve a terrible secret goal. The other is John Ross, a Knight of the Word. While he sleeps, he lives in the hell the world will become if he fails to change its course on waking. John Ross has been given the ability to see the future. But does he have the power to change it?

At stake is the soul of a fourteen-year-old girl and the lives of the people of Hopewell. And that’s just the beginning. This Fourth of July, while friends and families picnic in Sinnissippi Park and fireworks explode in celebration of freedom and independence, the fate of Humanity itself will be decided . . .
Read More

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Fantasy

On Sale: 3rd August 2006

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781841495446

Reviews

By far the best of Terry Brook s' many wonderful novels: darker, starker, classically written.
John Saul
John Ross, the tortured, conflicted A Knight of the Word from Terry Brooks's Running with the Demon, finally gets a good night's sleep in the sequel. He buys this moment's peace at the cost of his sacred oath to be a champion of the Word, renouncing that
The story winds lazily through sleepy, wet Seattle like a tour bus, steadily building. Everything eventually converges on the homeless shelter where John works with his new sweetheart Stefanie Winslow for über-activist Simon Lawrence, a man his dreams tel
Paul Hughes
'His fans should embrace it as eagerly as they have THE SWORD OF SHANNARA’
- Publisher's Weekly
'as readable as it is thoroughly enjoyable.’
I can't even begin to count how many of Terry Brooks's books I've read (and re-read) over the years
Patrick Rothfuss, author of THE NAME OF THE WIND
I would not be writing epic fantasy today if not for Shannara
Peter V. Brett, author of THE PAINTED MAN
If you haven't read Terry Brooks, you haven't read fantasy
Christopher Paolini, author of ERAGON
Terry's place is at the head of the fantasy world
Philip Pullman
Running With The Demon

Running With The Demon

It is the beginning of the hottest July in decades, and two men have come to Hopewell, Illinois. One is not human, a dark servant of the Void, who will use the anger and frustration of the community to achieve a terrible secret goal. The other is John Ross, a Knight of the Word. While he sleeps, he lives in the hell the world will become if he fails to change its course on waking. John Ross has been given the ability to see the future. But does he have the power to change it?

At stake is the soul of a fourteen-year-old girl and the lives of the people of Hopewell. And that’s just the beginning. This Fourth of July, while friends and families picnic in Sinnissippi Park and fireworks explode in celebration of freedom and independence, the fate of Humanity itself will be decided . . .
Read More

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Fantasy

On Sale: 3rd August 2006

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781841495446

Reviews

By far the best of Terry Brook s' many wonderful novels: darker, starker, classically written.
John Saul
John Ross, the tortured, conflicted A Knight of the Word from Terry Brooks's Running with the Demon, finally gets a good night's sleep in the sequel. He buys this moment's peace at the cost of his sacred oath to be a champion of the Word, renouncing that
The story winds lazily through sleepy, wet Seattle like a tour bus, steadily building. Everything eventually converges on the homeless shelter where John works with his new sweetheart Stefanie Winslow for über-activist Simon Lawrence, a man his dreams tel
Paul Hughes
'His fans should embrace it as eagerly as they have THE SWORD OF SHANNARA’
- Publisher's Weekly
'as readable as it is thoroughly enjoyable.’
I can't even begin to count how many of Terry Brooks's books I've read (and re-read) over the years
Patrick Rothfuss, author of THE NAME OF THE WIND
I would not be writing epic fantasy today if not for Shannara
Peter V. Brett, author of THE PAINTED MAN
If you haven't read Terry Brooks, you haven't read fantasy
Christopher Paolini, author of ERAGON
Terry's place is at the head of the fantasy world
Philip Pullman