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World's End: Book One of the Age of Misrule | Paperback

Released on 14 September 2000

Author: Mark Chadbourn | Format: Paperback

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When Jack Churchill and Ruth Gallagher encounter a terrifying, misshapen giant beneath a London bridge they are plunged into a mystery which portends the end of the world as we know it. All over the country, the ancient gods of Celtic myth are returning to the land from which they were banished millennia ago. Following in their footsteps are creatures of folklore: fabulous bests, wonders and dark terrors As technology starts to fail, Jack and Ruth are forced to embark on a desperate quest for four magical items - the last chance for humanity in the face of powers barely comprehended.

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 The cover began what would be a fantastic read!

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I remember being in my local bookstore and seeing a book on the shelf depicting a dragon sat astride a car.
As a lover of fantasy I was naturally drawn straight to this and, having read the synopsis decided it sounded promising.
Now I have read fantasy/reality crossover books before with varying results (A positive being Princess Bride and a less than positive being the Torg series) so I went in with scepticism but am happy to report than by the end of the first chapter I was hooked.
What I found was a plethora of interesting characters, beautifully realised drama and a fantastic sense of the wonderful. Everything from Black Shuck through to Faeries makes and appearance as our cast make their way to safety and the decline of technology as more natural forces re-emerge is handled with great skill as the changes gradually unfold.
All in all I can honestly say that this is easily one of the best First books in a series I have read. Mark Chadbourn deals with all manner of fantastic creatures and situations with aplomb and by the breathtaking end of the first book I went straight out to buy the second.
I can heartily recommend this to all lovers of fantasy and mythology or just those who love a damned fine epic adventure.

 Beyond excellent!

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This book rekindled my love of reading, i hadnt read anything of any worth for a long time, until this came along. Now i know your not supposed to but i judged this book by the cover and was not sorry. The story is dark, gripping, compelling and brimming with fantasy. I applaud the author for this truly original story and his tireless research.

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AuthorMark Chadbourn
PublisherOrion Publishing Co (United Kingdom)
Year2000
ISBN9781857989809
FormatPaperback - 576 Pages