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These books have never received the recognition they deserve. It's one of the most powerful and complex fantasy trilogies since Lord of the Rings, but Donaldson is not just another Tolkien wanabee. Each character-driven book introduces unexpected plots, sub-plots, and a host of magical beings so believably rendered you'd believe you might bump into them on your way to the bookstore.
--Alex Klapwald, Director of Production
Stephen Donaldson was born in 1947 in Cleveland, Ohio. Between the ages of three and sixteen he lived in India, where his father, an orthopaedic surgeon, worked with leprosy sufferers. This inspired his fictional character, Thomas Covenant. Donaldson served two years as a conscientious objector doing hospital work in Akron, then attended Kent State University, where he received his M.A. in English in 1971. He now lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
this series is the equal if not better than the lord of the rings... captivates you from the first... stunningPublished on April 6 2013 by vicky fanjoy
You read and read and read, and it all just comes down to nothing. Nothing at all...Published on Jan. 23 2004
This book was horrible and depressing. While it might have had its redeming points, I couldn't get past the his raping of the woman in the beginning of the book. Read morePublished on Dec 15 2003 by Emily
I have enjoyed his other works, but this is one of the most miserable books I have ever attempted to read. It just plods along without ever being interesting. Read morePublished on June 19 2003 by Charles Muller
D. shows how inventive he truly is. something truly bad has happened to the land. something called the sunbane is destroying the land. Read morePublished on April 22 2003 by jan erik storebø
When this second chronicles was published, it was an incredibly exciting day, especially as the first three were devoured, and in particular, the Chronicles started to catch on... Read morePublished on Sept. 22 2002 by Gregory Nyman
I read the first series and was blown away. The story is built on an immense scale. There are so many characters, so much background, so many journeys that you feel like you are... Read morePublished on Sept. 18 2002 by Jonathan D Austen
Stephen Donaldson was brought impressive power to the page in his first chrinicles of Thomas Covenant. Read morePublished on June 29 2002