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The first book about the voyage of the Jerle Shannara was an instant success; the wonders of the magical land just inspired millions of minds all around the world. Getting to the second part quickly was on the cards; however, it was also a challenge for the author to paint this second part better than The Sword of Shannara and The Last Druid.
For any other author, it would have been tough but not for Terry Brooks who can create such masterpieces during the evening nap. Almost all of the characters from the first part meet us again along with some new faces which decorate the story even more.
Bek Rowe and his friends present on the ship start facing threatening attacks from all sides and they fail to detect from which source the attacks are coming. Walker Boh could have led them better in such a situation but he is not there with the crew at this time of need. Walker has troubles of his own to deal with as his survival has become a tough ask in the city of Castle down.
An ancient evil force is on his tail and it has set the last Druid on the run for his life. Fighting that evil force is not the primary objective of Walker in this helpless situation. Walker and his team intentionally started this mission because they were in search of something big and magical.
At this stage of hiding and seek they have realized that they were persuaded by an evil force in their ranks to take on this mission. Terry Brooks has embedded conspiracy in the novel something we don’t observe quite often in his work. It was the result of a conspiracy that the team along with the captain got caught into the fangs of evil. Charles Keating didn’t have to add too much enthusiasm through narration because it was already there in the words.