By David Farland
The realm of the Runelords has been mixed through magic with one other parallel global to shape a brand new one, the start of a technique that can unify all worlds into the single actual world.
This tale choices up after the occasions of The Wyrmling Horde and follows of Farland’s famous heroes, Borenson and Myrrima, on a quest to avoid wasting their devastated land and the folk of the recent global from definite destruction. however the land isn't the basically factor that has been altered endlessly: within the swap, Borenson has merged with a effective and substantial creature from the opposite international, Aaath Ulber.
He starts off to be a unique individual, a berserker warrior, in addition to having an immense new physique due to the transformation of worlds. hundreds of thousands have died, lands have sunk lower than the ocean and, in different places, risen from it. The supernatural rulers of the area are a part of a common evil, but play a Byzantine online game of darkish energy politics between themselves. And Aaath Ulber is now the main major pawn in that video game.
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In the resulting war between Sauron and the Elves Middle-earth, especially in the west, was further ruined. Eregion was captured and destroyed, and Sauron seized many Rings of Power. These he gave, for their ultimate corruption and enslavement, to those who would accept them (out of ambition or greed). Hence the ‘ancient rhyme’ that appears as the leit-motif of The Lord of the Rings, Three Rings for the Elven-Kings under the sky, Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone, Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die, One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne In the Land of Mordor where the shadows lie.
The Elves of Eregion made Three supremely beautiful and powerful rings, almost solely of their own imagination, and directed to the preservation of beauty: they did not confer invisibility. But secretly in the subterranean Fire, in his own Black Land, Sauron made One Ring, the Ruling Ring that contained the powers of all the others, and controlled them, so that its wearer could see the thoughts of all those that used the lesser rings, could govern all that they did, and in the end could utterly enslave them.
143–157, with minor corrections and the omission of some of the footnotes. ’ Here the typist certainly omitted words in the manuscript, and perhaps misread those given as well. I have removed a number of errors in the text and index which until now have escaped correction in the hardback printings (only) of The Silmarillion. 154, §31). R. TOLKIEN TO MILTON WALDMAN, 1951 My dear Milton, You asked for a brief sketch of my stuff that is connected with my imaginary world. It is difficult to say anything without saying too much: the attempt to say a few words opens a floodgate of excitement, the egoist and artist at once desires to say how the stuff has grown, what it is like, and what (he thinks) he means or is trying to represent by it all.
Chaosbound (Runelords, Book 8) by David Farland