"Find the Elves and return them to the world of Men!" the shade of the Druid Allanon had ordered Wren.
It was clearly an impossible task. The Elves had been gone from the Westland for more than a hundred years. There was not even a trace of their former city of Arborlon left to mark their passing. No one in the Esterland knew of them - except, finally, the Addershag.
The blind old woman had given instructions to find a place on the coast of the Blue Divide, build a fire, and keep it burning for three days. "One will come for you."
Tiger Ty, the Wing Rider, had come on his giant Roc to carry Wren and her friend, Garth, to the only clear landing site on the island of Morrowindl, where, he said, the Elves might still exist, somewhere in the demon-haunted jungle.
Now she stood within that jungle, remembering the warning of the Addershag: "Beward, Elf-girl. I see danger ahead for you...and evil beyond imagining." It had proved all too true.
Wren stood with her single weapon of magic, listening as demons evil beyond all imagining gathered for attack. How long could she resist?
And if, by some miracle, she reached the Elves and could convince them to return, how could they possibly retrace her perilous path to reach the one safe place on the coast?
©2016 Terry Brooks (P)2016 Random House Audio
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"The Elf Queen of Shannara"
Having read the book, I looked forward to the audio version. However, John Lee's narration was hard to follow, his voice almost mechanical sounding. It detracted from an an enjoyable and exciting companion story to the Scions of Shannara. I won't be purchasing other audio books narrated by John Lee.
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Very action packed! Had me on the edge of my seat the entire time! The descriptions paint a very vivid picture to set the tones of what's happening.
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I was able to listen to the story at my leisure half way through the book, and the rest I finished in one day. It was stressful. The first half of the book is standard fantasy, while fantastic writing, it was all going so well that I began to wonder if there was going to be any plot twist or some sort of challenge at all for the main protagonists, and then suddenly, it was The Great Escape!
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Narration by John Lee was awesome and on point the entire book. Looking forward to hearing more of him in the books to come.
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