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Legend (The Drenai Saga, #1) He Is DRUSS The Legend His Skill In Battle Has Earned Him A Fearsome Reputation Throughout The World And The Stories Of His Life Are Told Everywhere But The Grizzled Veteran Has Spurned A Life Of Fame And Fortune And Has Retreated To The Solitude Of His Mountain Lair To Await His Old Enemy, Death.Meanwhile, Barbarian Hordes Of The Nadir Are On The March, Conquering All Before Them All That Stands Before Them And Victory Is The Legendary Six Walled Fortress Of The Drenai Empire, Dros Delnoch If The Fortress Falls, So Do The Drenai Druss Reluctantly Agrees To Come Out Of Retirement But Can Even Druss Live Up To His Own Legends Held By Many To Be Gemmell S Most Iconic Work, The Book Is Considered A Classic In The Heroic Fantasy Genre.


About the Author: David Gemmell

David Andrew Gemmell was a bestselling British author of heroic fantasy A former journalist and newspaper editor, Gemmell had his first work of fiction published in 1984 He went on to write over thirty novels Best known for his debut, Legend, Gemmell s works display violence, yet also explores themes in honour, loyalty and redemption With over one million copies sold, his work continues to sel David Andrew Gemmell was a bestselling British author of heroic fantasy A former journalist and newspaper editor, Gemmell had his first work of fiction published in 1984 He went on to write over thirty novels Best known for his debut, Legend, Gemmell s works display violence, yet also explores themes in honour, loyalty and redemption With over one million copies sold, his work continues to sell worldwide



10 thoughts on “Legend (The Drenai Saga, #1)

  1. says:

    I never read any David Gemmell until I was already published And even then, he first came to my attention after someone e mailed me, saying something along the lines of, I m glad someone like you is here to carry on Gemmell s tradition now that he s dead After I got a fewe mails along a similar line, I went out and bought Legend, read it, and was terribly flattered by the comparison Since then,


  2. says:

    The quality of a book is generally judged by the words in it, in addition to the story It s not just what you say, how you say it also matters If not a complete counter example, Legend is a book where the rule loses its effect Legend is certainly not the best written book ever, but it is most definitely one of the best books ever written David Gemmell never finished school, since he was expelled at the


  3. says:

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths.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 audience who loved every minute of it Luckily, I was one of those readers back in the 1980s this book instantly becoming one of my favorite fantasy stories for years to come But when I re read it a


  4. says:

    There is something unambiguously alluring about last stands those situations in which a body of troops holds a defensive position in the face of overwhelming odds and against all hope for victory We all know the battle of Thermopile 480 BC when a Greek force of approximately 7,000 men for seven days including three of battle held off the Persian army, alleged by the ancient sources to have numbered over one million


  5. says:

    4.44 A buddy read with the Fantasy Buddy Reads Group, because we love the Epics And even though it barely reached 350 pages, this gem is a true Epic It was written in the 80 s and has some of the marks of its time, which coming from me is a complement, of course, being a product of the generation which came to age at that time I find it interesting, that the books I love most, are always somehow connected with war The auth


  6. says:

    An awesome BR with Lovely Pinky and my fellow Catman, two faithful Cat holicsGet rid of your doubts Yesterday is dead Past mistakes are like smoke in the breeze What counts is tomorrow.I love epic fantasy 3 Fantasy books rarely let me down and The Legend sure didn t Opening such a book I look for a promise from the author, I want to dive into the rich, picturesque world, intriguing narrative, and of course gripping characters wit


  7. says:

    This was a masterclass in pulpy, old school fantasy with all that entails both good and bad The characters were fairly 1 dimensional, the world building wasn t particularly unique or inventive and the plot was fairly straight forward For most books these would be criticisms and yet for this one it s almost praise Gemmell seems entirely happy with this formula and he executes it very well The skillful execution of these reliable tropes c


  8. says:

    A legend book Legend The Drenai Saga 1 , David GemmellLegend, published in 1984, is the first and most famous novel of British fantasy writer David Gemmell It established him as a major fantasy novelist and created the character of Druss, who would appear in several subsequent books It was also the first novel in The Drenai saga The Drenai Empire is under threat The tribal Nadir people have been united for the first time by the great warleader


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    The Nadir army heads for Dros Delnoch, a keep guarding a mountain pass Druss the Legend comes out of retirement for one last battle But even with Rek the baresark and the earl of Delnoch s daughter help Druss and eleven thousand men stand up against an advancing army many times their size I ll be honest with you My brother pushed this on me almost a year ago and I wasn t in a hurry to read it I ve read a few David Gemmell books before and it takes a


  10. says:

    Druss the Legend Mightiest man of his era A killing machine, a warrior And why Because I never had the courage to be a farmer , Druss told himself When I die , he thought, everyone will mourn for Druss the Legend But who will mourn for me Now compare the above quotes with this famous line from the movie Notting HillThe fame thing isn t really real, you know I m also just a girl, standing in front of a boy, asking him to love her Two very different kinds of


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