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Waylander II: In The Realm of the Wolf | Paperback

Released on 07 October 1993

Author: David Gemmell | Format: Paperback

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High in the wooded, peaked mountains of Skeln, the woodsman, Dakeyras, and his beautiful daughter Miriel, live a life of harmonious solitude. Unbeknown to them, a group of grim-eyed, bloodthirsty warriors stalk the mountains. Men who have never known defeat, to whom revenge and torture are meat and drink. For ten thousand in gold they are eager to kill the woodsman. Battle-hardened warriors all, they have no fear of this task - they should have. For Miriel is a woman of fire and iron, skilled with bow and blade and taught her skills by one of the deadliest killers of all time...Her father, Dakeyras, better known as WAYLANDER THE SLAYER.

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 A Great Book, But Not As Good As The First

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This is good stuff, and the welcome return of one of Gemmell's most memorable characters. This is a fairly rare move for Gemmell; most of his "sequels" are actually set hundreds of years later, or a generation on, but this is one of only a few that follows on almost directly from the previous novel.

...by which I mean it's only set 10 years after Waylander!

As always the writing is excellent, although suffers from an uncharacteristic lack of pace in the early part of the book. Once it's going though, this novel keeps moving, and (as I have come to expect from Mr Gemmell) there are enough new characters to keep things fresh even if it is a sequel.

There's more soul-searching for the main character, more tragedy, more wonderfully believable stalking, and boatloads more of what Gemmell does best; big, desperate battles and hopeless heroics.

A fine read, it's only shadow being that Waylander was that little bit better!

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AuthorDavid Gemmell
PublisherLittle, Brown Book Group (United Kingdom)
Year1993
ISBN9781857235814
FormatPaperback - 336 Pages