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Against All Things Ending. 2011 Against All Things Ending
by Stephen Donaldson
First British Paperback Edition 2011.
Gollancz.
London.
ISBN 9780575083431.
Trade paperback.
Cover illustration by Sidonie Beresford-Browne.
x+742 pages.
Price: £9.99.

Notes
Against All Things Ending, a Thomas Covenant novel by Stephen Donaldson.

Part 3 of The Last Chronicles of Thomas Covenant.

First published by Putnam and Gollancz in 2010.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
The Ranyhyn had tried to warn her.

Desperate for help to find Jeremiah, her adopted son, Linden Avery has resurrected Thomas Covenant in a cataclysmic exertion of Earthpower and wild magic. But the consequences of her efforts are more terrible than she could have imagined. Sorcery on that scale has awakened the Worm of the World’s End. The ultimate end of all Time, and therefore of all life, has been set in motion.

And time is fast running out, for the Worm is stirring. Linden must find Jeremiah if she is to salvage anything from her calamitous actions. Accompanied by only a few friends and allies -- not all of them willing -- Linden must take chances that will threaten her sanity and force her to confront the Land’s most fearsome secrets. And dire futures hinge on all of her choices.

Praise for The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant

'A master story-teller of epic proportions . . . a master at writing in any genre
Andromeda

'Stephen Donaldson does not seem to know how to fail'
The Washington Post

'The engaging humanity of [Donaldson's] characters compels attention'
Publishers Weekly

 
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