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by Steve Lawhead

  • ISBN: 0745922406
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Steve Lawhead
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Chariot Victor Pub (March 1, 1994)
  • Pages: 416
  • ePub book: 1323 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1244 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 841

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This third book in Stephen Lawhead's "Song of Albion" trilogy does not disappoint. The triumphant joy of the prequel is stunningly destroyed and Llew sets forth on a harrowing mission of doom

This third book in Stephen Lawhead's "Song of Albion" trilogy does not disappoint. The triumphant joy of the prequel is stunningly destroyed and Llew sets forth on a harrowing mission of doom. The ending is heartbreaking, but the end is not. Lawhead's writing surpasses even CS Lewis and JRR Tolkien in the climax and denouement of this transcendent trilogy, as the prophecies are finally fulfilled. 2 people found this helpful.

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Song of albion ~ book 3. The endless knot. Series: Lawhead, Steve. Song of Albion (WestBow Press) ; bk. 3. The endless knot, Stephen Lawhead. p. cm. - (Song of Albion ; bk. 3). ISBN 978-1-5955-4221-2 (pb. 1. Mythology, Celtic-Fiction. PS3562.

Самая большая электронная читалка рунета. Поиск книг и журналов. But happy shall be Caledon; the Flight of Ravens will flock to her many-shadowed glens, and ravensong shall be her song. Stephen Lawhead - Song Of Albion 3 - The Endless Knot (Lawhead Stephen). When the Light of the Derwyddi is cut off, and the blood of bards demands justice, then let the Ravens spread their wings over the sacred wood and holy mound. Under Ravens' wings, a throne is established.

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The Endless Knot (Song of Albion, Book 3). Close. Download for print-disabled. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove The Endless Knot (Song of Albion, Book 3) from your list? The Endless Knot (Song of Albion, Book 3). by Stephen R. Lawhead. Published May 1993 by Chariot Victor Pub.

The Song of Albion is a trilogy of fantasy novels by American writer Stephen Lawhead, consisting of The Paradise War (1991), The Silver Hand (1992) and The Endless Knot (1993). The series combines Christian religious themes with Celtic mythology and tells the tale of a pair of university students who stumble into an alternate world (Albion). It has been continuously in print for over twenty years and remains one of Lawhead's most popular series.

The Endless Knot crosses the thin places between this work and that, as Lewis Gillies begins his ultimate quest, striking the final resounding chord in the Song . The Song of Albion is a series of books by Stephen Law. т 997. LibRing - система поиска книг в интернет-магазинах.

The Endless Knot crosses the thin places between this work and that, as Lewis Gillies begins his ultimate quest, striking the final resounding chord in the Song of Albion. См. также: Мифология. Похожие книги: Song of Albion. Возможен поиск книг по названию, по автору, по ISBN.

The Endless Knot crosses the thin places between this world and that, as Llew begins his ultimate quest, striking the final .

The Endless Knot crosses the thin places between this world and that, as Llew begins his ultimate quest, striking the final resounding chord in the Song of Albion. First published almost twenty years ago, The Song of Albion Trilogy has become a modern classic that continues to attract passionate new readers. Enter into The Endless Knot and experience the dazzling brilliance of a world like ours-yet infinitely bolder and brighter: a place of kings and warriors, bards and battles, feats of glory and honour. It is a place you will forever wish to be. It is Albion.

With Endless Knot, Lawhead strikes the final resounding chord in the Song of Albion. Book 1 2 3 Complete or Partial Sets of Up to 3 Books. Mobile Version Tablet Version.

The third in a trilogy patterned on the classic "myth", and set in present day Oxford, Scotland and the Celtic otherworld. The title "Endless Knot" comes from Celtic art - the interwoven strands which have no beginning or end. The author has also written "The Pendragon Cycle".

Comments

Matty Matty
Stephen Lawhead has never been better than he was during this series. In this, the third and final book in the Song of Albion trilogy, we are reunited in the mind of Llew, or Lewis, as he was once known in the Manifest World. He has acclimated to being Llew and I, for one, enjoy his being Llew. I watched him grow from the mealy-mouthed Lewis of Book the First (Paradise War) to Llyd ap Dicter and finally to our beloved Llew. And next year, as I do each year since its release, I will pick up the first book and read the series again. Yes, I know the story by heart. But it is a story worth reading again. And again. And again.
Binar Binar
Robert Whitfield was narrator and was great. While Stuart Langton read the first two books, Whitfield did a great job and the whole story was seamless. Although I ready the book years ago, I am reminded of the rich details of the story. The audio recording was great and listening in my car during my commute was perfect. The cost was low and I recommend to anyone--listen to this story. It is superb!
Mojar Mojar
The third book in the installment, I quite enjoyed this book for the most part. I was a bit disappointed in the ending. However, that is a personal preference and I will not elaborate on it for fear of spoiling any of the plot. I enjoyed the switch back to the original perspective and found this book's journey to be quite compelling. I was curious where the book would conclude as the first two seemed to tie up all the loose ends. However, the new plot in this book is both riveting and exciting.
Cetnan Cetnan
This is the final book in the Song of Albion trilogy. I really liked the book, don't get me wrong, but in my opinion this was my least favorite. It is slower than the other books to really get going and once it does get going it has a darker, almost hopeless tone as they travel though the evil island of Tir Aflan where the environment itself is one of the most potent enemies. However, all the things you like about the first two books are there. The characters, good and bad, the rich descriptions of the environment and great battles.

Small spoiler alert...

If I had one nitpit, it is that the ending (which is great the way it brings us full circle) doesn't tell us anything about the future/fate of those left in Albion. I know there was no way to do that and still do the ending right, but I couldn't help but wonder about what happens to the characters that you've cared about for three books.

Still an excellent story and if you read the first two, you've got to read this one!
Jesmi Jesmi
This was well written piece of christian fantasy. Overall I give this a 4 because it did not stand up to the rest of the series. Parts of the story felt contrived and made no sense. Other parts made were the same engaging and engrossing read in the first two books. At times it felt drawn out but at other points it felt as if the author was trying to rush through the story where a little more detail was needed. I myself loved the ending but I expected it to be an allegory to the sacrifice of Christ and so expected it. I noticed a lot of reviewers blasted this aspect of the book. Lawhead has always been a christian writer and never hid his beliefs in any of his books so it should have been expected. All in all a great classic.
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Stephen Lawless has outdone himself. This is a marvelous trilogy that I could not put down. I was sorry for the story to end. I know he could not write another book but my mind is still buzzing with possible scenarios for more books on just all the various characters. I wish to Thank you for your ability to make my mind run wild with possibilities.
Todal Todal
The third in the series of The Song of Albion, the ultimate culmination of freedom and restoration through the righteous acts of a good king make for a very satisfying read in this final volume.

It was my favorite of the three.

This is the first set of books I have read by Stephen Lawhead and I look forward to reading many more.
This third book in Stephen Lawhead's "Song of Albion" trilogy does not disappoint. The triumphant joy of the prequel is stunningly destroyed and Llew sets forth on a harrowing mission of doom. The ending is heartbreaking, but the end is not. Lawhead's writing surpasses even CS Lewis and JRR Tolkien in the climax and denouement of this transcendent trilogy, as the prophecies are finally fulfilled.