Farnor

An independent novel set in the world of Hawklan Life is good for Farnor Yarrance It is good for everybody in the valley And has been for generations So much so, that few ever feel the need to travel beyond it over the hill And no one ever bothers to enter it from beyond Until one day, they do Men come from the south, haunted and pursued And something else comesAn independent novel set in the world of Hawklan Life is good for Farnor Yarrance It is good for everybody in the valley And has been for generations So much so, that few ever feel the need to travel beyond it over the hill And no one ever bothers to enter it from beyond Until one day, they do Men come from the south, haunted and pursued And something else comes, silent and awful, from the north With their arrival, an ancient corruption, festering slowly in the midst of the community, blossoms into a menace that threatens not only the valley but the land beyond, and the lands beyond that Only Farnor, scarcely a man yet, has the power to oppose this menace, though he is unaware of it, his own soul clouded with bitterness and anger at the terrible tragedy that events now inflict on him Not until he is pursued into the Great Forest to the north does he gradually learn the extent of his own power And the truly terrifying nature of the forces he must face
Farnor An independent novel set in the world of Hawklan Life is good for Farnor Yarrance It is good for everybody in the valley And has been for generations So much so that few ever feel the need to travel

  • Title: Farnor
  • Author: RogerTaylor
  • ISBN: 9781843192787
  • Page: 111
  • Format: Paperback
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      Published :2018-06-05T17:43:51+00:00

    About the Author

    RogerTaylor

    Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information.Roger Taylor was born in Heywood, Lancashire, and now lives in the Wirral He is a chartered civil and structural engineer, a pistol, rifle and shotgun shooter, instructor student in aikido, and an enthusiastic and loud but bone jarringly inaccurate piano player.He wrote four books between 1983 and 1986 and built up a handsome rejection file before the third was accepted by Headline to become the first two books of the Chronicles of Hawklan.

    392 Comment

    • Liana said:
      Sep 18, 2018 - 17:43 PM

      Now here's a rare story that nobody talks about. Farnor is a typical long and winded epic fantasy that I found myself skimming through most of the time, but it definitely has a lot of charm. Many times I wanted to give up on the book, but there was something about the warm writing that kept pulling me back in I dunno. This book isn't for everybody, but if you like epic fantasy as much as I do, than by all means give this book a chance if you can find a physical copy.

    • Mark L said:
      Sep 18, 2018 - 17:43 PM

      Having first read this book in 1999 I decided to reread Farnor. This was the first Roger Taylor book I read. I enjoyed it on the first reading and still like it. My only problem with the book was one character, Marna. She grates somewhat. Besides this, Taylor has a good grasp of timing and the eponymous hero does not suddenly develop staggering powers. In this sense it is a bit of a slow-burner. .

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