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    EBOOK DOWNLOAD (Lord Foul's Bane) ✓ Stephen R. Donaldson I've often lamented that five star rating systems such as the one used by GoodReads don't allow for ratings lower than one star Were it possible I'd give this book negative stars; I think it actually sucks the uality away from book

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    characters Lord Foul's Bane Stephen R. Donaldson ¾ 5 review EBOOK DOWNLOAD (Lord Foul's Bane) ✓ Stephen R. Donaldson This isn't so much a review of the book as a response to other reviews I have read by people who hated it and hated it specifically because the

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    characters Lord Foul's Bane Stephen R. Donaldson ¾ 5 review Download ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¾ Stephen R. Donaldson Thomas Covenant had it all a good family his first book was a New York Times bestseller his second book was in the progress Suddenly he developed leprosy his wife left him taking his son with her people avoid any kind of contact with him turning him into a self loathing bitter whining person He is a leper outcast uncleanSome high powers brought him to magic land where he is destined to either help fight Great

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    characters Lord Foul's Bane EBOOK DOWNLOAD (Lord Foul's Bane) ✓ Stephen R. Donaldson Download ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¾ Stephen R. Donaldson Wow I really didn't like this bookI think it was in large part due to the fact that I found the main character so utterly unlikable Heck he's even despicableSome people can read and enjoy a book despite not being able to empathize w

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    EBOOK DOWNLOAD (Lord Foul's Bane) ✓ Stephen R. Donaldson 2020 re readI first read this 1977 publication early in HS so probably in the neighborhood of 1982 or 1983 I blazed through the books and then had to wait for the sixth novel White Gold Wielder to come out and I bought th

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    EBOOK DOWNLOAD (Lord Foul's Bane) ✓ Stephen R. Donaldson Stephen R. Donaldson ¾ 5 review Download ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¾ Stephen R. Donaldson I live in a smallish room with roughly a couple of thousand books They are everywhere I love the books but I also hate the books I'd have space if it wasn't for them when I moved it would be easy if it didn't involve carrying what feels like an endless amount of heavy boxes packed with them They are everywhere The bookshelves are all double stacked There are books on top of the normally shelved books There are piles of them everywhere The

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  • Hardcover
  • 369
  • Lord Foul's Bane
  • Stephen R. Donaldson
  • English
  • 04 October 2019
  • 9780805012729

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review á Lord Foul's Bane 105 1977 1st Ed. I ve often lamented that five star rating systems such as the one used by GoodReads don t allow for ratings lower than one star Were it possible I d give this book negative stars I think it actually sucks the uality away from books shelved near it and generally makes the world a less joyful less intelligent place to beYou might assume from the previous statements that I dislike this book Given that dislike is a pretty mild miluetoast term on the sliding scale of affection you would be wrong I loathe this book This is one of the very few novels I ve ever literally thrown across a room once I d finished it and if I had the chance I d cheerfully do so again preferably at Donaldson himself were he within rangeWhy Let s start with the protagonist and please don t even try to sell me on the notion that he s an anti hero Thomas Covenant is one of the most loathsome self involved creations ever to emerge from a writer s psyche and the fact that he himself would agree with that assessment alleviates his repulsiveness not one bit Covenant is whiny to the point of self parody self pitying to the point of ego collapse and constantly uses his admittedly real hardships as justification for not accepting responsibility for anything including a heinous act of sexual violence which Donaldson thoughtfully sketches out for us just enough to make sure we don t miss the point yes Covenant really does rape a character after she s just healed him of his leprosyLadies and gentlemen Our HeroOf course that s merely the most glaring flaw in a book chock full of awful Donaldson s writing style gives new depth and nuance to the concept of purple prose and his epic story reads like an overcooked pastiche of Tolkien with some cheery realism for which read late 20th century self involvement stirred in for flavor I d go on further but honestly there s only so long I can stomach kicking this dog of a novel before I feel the need to wash the taste of Donaldson s florid writing and his hero out of my brainI regret ever reading this book and I am absolutely flabbergasted that it has enough readers and fans to have led to seven count em seven seuels as of this writing I mean sure I know there s no accounting for taste but damn

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review á Lord Foul's Bane 105 Olt Winston. Wow I really didn t like this bookI think it was in large part due to the fact that I found the main character so utterly unlikable Heck he s even despicableSome people can read and enjoy a book despite not being able to empathize with the characters I m not one of those people I actually like to care about my fictional characters It s pretty hard to give a flying fickle about some cranky jerk who rapes a woman in the first book I didn t bother reading to find out if things improved from there

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review á Lord Foul's Bane 105 Holt Rineh. Thomas Covenant had it all a good family his first book was a New York Times bestseller his second book was in the progress Suddenly he developed leprosy his wife left him taking his son with her people avoid any kind of contact with him turning him into a self loathing bitter whining person He is a leper outcast uncleanSome high powers brought him to magic land where he is destined to either help fight Great Evil or destroy everything the choice is his The problem is he does not really believe the land is real this is only his mind affected by his leprosy which plays tricks on him As a result he does not really care about the Land this is an actual name of the place or its inhabitants He is a leper outcast uncleanThis is my second attempt to read the series The first time I read it I was really put off by one of Covenant s actions in the Land people who read this know what I talk about Still considering the fact that a lot of people call this the best fantasy ever I was curious to finish this Oh in case you forgot Thomas Covenant is a leper outcast uncleanNow that I finally finished the book I am underwhelmed The most GR ratings for it are either 5 stars or 1 star I guess I will be in minority with my rating I found this book to be a slightly above average Tolkien clone with a very unlikable protagonist After all he is a leper outcast uncleanuite a few of the scenes can be easily attributed to Tolkien s classic with simple change of names Thomas Covenant has a ring with unknown great powers does this ring a bell Sorry for a bad unintended pun He needs to get to Rivendell sorry I mean Lord s Keep from where The Fellowship of the Ring sorry uest is formed from different people I can go on and on but will stop here to avoid further spoilers The only really original part is that the main character is a leper outcast uncleanThe book was probably shocking in the time it was written but if one compares it to modern fantasy it is very mild with the exception of the scene I already mentioned but even that is not THAT shocking nowadays it just strengthens reader s revulsion for Thomas Covenant who is a leper outcast uncleanSpeaking of the main character he is NOT an anti hero as some readers call him For good examples of anti heroes please refer to Elric by Michael Moorcock Lady from Chronicles of the Black Company Gerald Tarrant from Black Sun Rising or countless others Thomas Covenant is just a whining jerk and something worse which I will not mention here as it will give a spoiler I know uite a few real life people who had it as bad as or even worse than him but they managed to remain good humans Thomas Covenant is a very pitiful excuse for a human being He is a leper outcast uncleanDid you notice that I never mention anybody except for the main character The reason for this is that every single person in the Land is a typical Mary Sue without any exceptions and thus are fairly indistinguishable from each other and not very interesting except for a leper outcast unclean characterI thought about giving 2 star rating to this book but the very end was interesting enough to warrant an extra star after all I would not read the next book in the series with the first one having just 2 stars In this case this book was good enough for me to proceed to the next one even though Thomas Covenant is a leper outcast uncleanOne last note if you think I overdid on the whole leper outcast unclean thing Thomas Covenant calls himself like this at least once per page if not often so if somebody wants to read this for the first time get used to it He keeps whining like this non stop