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Shadow Moon (Chronicles of the Shadow War, Book 1) epub ebook

by Chris Claremont

Shadow Moon (Chronicles of the Shadow War, Book 1) epub ebook

Author: Chris Claremont
Category: Action & Adventure
Language: English
Publisher: Spectra (July 1, 1996)
ISBN: 0553572857
ISBN13: 978-0553572858
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 919
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Shadow Dawn is a fantasy novel written by Chris Claremont from story by George Lucas. Published in 1996, it was the second book in the continuation of events from the 1988 motion picture Willow.

Shadow Dawn is a fantasy novel written by Chris Claremont from story by George Lucas. Preceded by Shadow Moon in 1995, and followed by Shadow Star. This is the second book in the Chronicles of the Shadow War trilogy. Elora is in hiding underground with a clan of Rock Nelwyns, while outside, the Maizan, led by Mohdri are conquering everything in their path

The Chronicles of the Shadow War is a book trilogy outlined by George Lucas and written by comic book writer/novelist Chris Claremont.

The Chronicles of the Shadow War is a book trilogy outlined by George Lucas and written by comic book writer/novelist Chris Claremont. Taking place about fifteen years after the events of the movie Willow, the trilogy follows the further adventures of Willow Ufgood and Elora Danan. The three books of the trilogy are: Shadow Moon. Lucas, G. and Claremont, C. (1995). New York: Bantam Books. (1997).

From two of the greatest imaginations of our time comes a magnificent. The genius of Star Wars(r) creator George Lucas and the vision of Chris Claremont, the author of the phenomenally bestselling The Uncanny X-Men adventures, merge in what must be the fantasy event of the year. SHADOW MOON: First in the Chronicles of the Shadow War.

In Shadow Moon, George Lucas, creator of Star Wars, and Chris Claremont, author of the bestselling X-Men . SHADOW DAWN It's been three years since Elora Danan's momentous Ascension.

In Shadow Moon, George Lucas, creator of Star Wars, and Chris Claremont, author of the bestselling X-Men adventures, introduced readers to a stunning world of magic, myth, and legend. Now they continue the story in a new novel every bit as exciting as the original. But there has been no peace among the Thirteen Realms. Instead, an intense Shadow War rages, spearheaded by the evil Mohdri, leader of the black-clad Thunder Riders.

Book 2 of 4 in the Chronicles of the Shadow War Series

Book 2 of 4 in the Chronicles of the Shadow War Series. Lucas, creator of Star Wars(r) and Indiana Jones, and Chris Claremont, author of the bestselling X-Men adventures, comes the thrilling sequel to Shadow Moon, taking readers deeper into a stunningly original world of magic, myth, and legend. The momentous Ascension of Princess Elora Danan should have brought peace to the Thirteen Realms. Instead, an intense Shadow War rages, spearheaded by the evil Mohdri. He has dispatched his dread Black Rose commando assassins to capture Elora and her sworn protector, Thorn Drumheller.

Chris Claremont is one of the bestselling comic writers in the world.

I really wanted to like this book, being based off the movie "Willow" and all, but the first half was so WORDY. Chris Claremont is one of the bestselling comic writers in the world. He wrote The Uncanny X-Men for seventeen years as well as the novelization of the movie X-Men 2. He has been the co-creator of several top-selling series for Marvel Comics, including Excalibur, Wolverine, New Mutants, and, in the United Kingdom, Captain Britain.

HS: Okay – talking about films –you were very involved with George Lucas in writing the novel sequels to Willow. Warwick Davis always says that a film sequel might happen – have you heard anything about that? Could your work be involved? CC: I’m the writer. I’m the last to know. It would be fun, I would love it if they wanted to do a film adaptation of the novels but that is not my call.

SHADOW MOON: First in the Chronicles of the ShadowWar.

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Shadow Moon is a fantasy novel written by Chris Claremont and George Lucas. Published in 1995, it was the continuation of the 1988 motion picture Willow. This is the first book of the Chronicles of the Shadow War trilogy, followed by Shadow Dawn and Shadow Star. Willow Ufgood is worrying over planting his crops for the harvest, once again in the life of a farmer.

The first novel in the original saga based on the movie Willow From George Lucas, creator of Star Wars and Indiana Jones, and Chris Claremont, author of the bestselling X-Men adventures, comes a dazzling tale of adventure and magic. . . .Thirteen years have passed since the epic battle of Nockmaar freed the land from a tyrant's grasp. But in the time since, the countryside has been wracked by war and chaos. According to the prophecy, there is but one hope of deliverance: the Princess Elora Danan. Raised friendless and alone, she has grown into a royal spoiled brat. The fate of the Great Realms rests in her hands, and she couldn't care less. It will take a stranger named Thorn Drumheller to fight the opposing forces of unimaginable malevolence—but first he must strike a devil's bargain and resurrect a powerful warrior from her soulless sleep, bringing her into a world of blood and horror where shadows have declared war on the light.
Reviews (7)
Dilkree
I enjoy historical fiction. Lucas and Claremont have spun a Fantasy world which comes alive with magic and the things which go bump in the night. Because the characters are flesh and blood, with the strengths and flaws of real people and the situations echo the tensions and battles of medieval Europe, we do not question situations in which myth holds equal standing. I like the realism of the settings and descriptions and the authenticity of emotions. This isn't just another Star Wars. It occupies a world of its own, where nightmares can be very convincing.

Beazerdred
I picked up these books despite the mixed reviews, hoping for a wonderful trilogy in the spirit of Tolkien or Salvatore. Instead I find myself with a trilogy of books I am giving away to the first person who will take them.

It wasn't that they killed off so many characters from the movie; it's fiction so anything can happen. What really gets me is his writing: it's horrible. The world of Willow is obviously fantasy, yet the author(s) interject lots of technology and descriptions from a modern world. They have turned this tale of swords and sorcery into something much less than that. Personally, I was very turned off by the constant use of modern descriptors for a fantasy world.

It seems like the authors didn't have enough story so they insist on regularly repeating everything that's already happened. Every time a character has a memory of an event they see fit to recap the entire movie and any past books. I find myself skipping entire pages just waiting for the flashbacks to finally end. The same can be said for some descriptions of completely unimportant events. The authors love dwelling on completely unimportant events in the longest detail possible, while the storyline (which really begins to stink by book 2) sits in the wings waiting for its turn.

All in all I am only finishing this trilogy because I paid $20 for it. Once I'm done I am giving these away and intent to never pick them up again. They are honestly the worst I have ever read. Ugh!

Qane
Engaging story. I had a good time loosing myself in it.

HelloBoB:D
If you enjoyed Willow, sit down with the Shadow War trilogy, and prepare to see the world we glimpsed in Willow fleshed out - with all the ugliest problems and the most beautiful creatures.

Definitely a darker story than the movie, it nonetheless has more depth, and keeps your attention. I loved the series - even though ***SPOILER*** my two favorite characters from the movie are killed off within the first 50 pages of the first book ***END SPOILER***

That said, when I began this series, I truly thought "Wow - this is nothing like the movie, I think this is going to be a real stinker". Pushing onward, I quickly became consumed by the storyline, and finshed the series in a very short time.

Now my only complaint is that it's over!!

Get through the first 1/3 of the first book, and you'll be hooked. Enjoy!

Fegelv
I ignored the bad reviews and thought these folks didn't know what they were talking about. I've never meet a book I. Didn't like....until I read this one. Claremont handled this dud with blind optimism that folks (aka Suckers) would buy it if he slapped the 'Willow' tag on the cover. It worked and now he should be offering full refunds and apologies to everyone who bought it thinking it was an actual sequel to Willow.

Don't look for any familiar characters in this one. They're all dead save Willow who's changed his name in the very begining of the book to Thorn because Claremont was too lazy to go back in change it in the script.

That's right, I'm calling a foul.

From the way this is written (and written poorly at that) I believe Claremnt never intended to be a sequel to Willow at all but rather a half baked idea he came up with on his own. Sure he throws back memories to the movie but besides that it read as a completely separate piece. Willow (I mean Thorn) doesn't even act like himself in the book which would lead you to the same conclusion as me.

Believe the reviews. DON'T buy this book!! Spend your money on better things like throwing it into a fire or buying a box of used matches.

Aver
bought this book for my 17 year old son, who grew up on Willow. He said it was confusing at first but really got into it.

Fenius
great book series.

wasn't listed as paper back wanted hardcover to complete my set

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