Legend – one of those books I read a three quarters of a lifetime ago but still remember today. I’ve only ever read two books twice, I might have to make this the third. I suspect there is at least a little bit of Druss the Legend’s DNA running inside the veins of Garon, the old general in The General’s Legacy.
Flashback Friday is something I do here at Bookwraiths every once in a while; a time when I can post my thoughts about books that I’ve read in the past but never gotten around to reviewing. With the hectic schedule of day-to-day life and trying to review new releases, there never seems enough time to give these old favorites the spotlight that they deserve. But with a day all to themselves, there is no reason I can’t revisit them, so let’s take a look at a fun fantasy series, which would make a great summer read.
Series: The Drenai Saga #1
Publisher: Ballantine Books (November 1994)
Length: 345 pages
My Rating: 4 stars
David Gemmell might not have invented action adventure fantasy, but he refined it, polished it up, and presented his updated version (Against the Horde/Legend) in 1984 to a reading…
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