So i figured I'd do one of these for the regular novels I read. Not only do I have a rather large collection I can go to the library and grab a couple so this will be updated a lot more frequently than my other 2. As for what I'm going to start with I've ben re-reading a favorite trilogy of mine so I'll start with book 1. The Voyage of The Jerle Shannara Book 1: Isle Witch by Terry Brooks Plot: A wing rider finds an elf floating in the ocean off the west coast of the Four Lands. He first goes to Arbolon, the Elven capital, to tell them about the stranfe man he found. The elf King has him go to the Druid Walker and ask if he will speak with him. He does and after they talk (something big happens here) the Druid picks a crew to travel by Air Ship to the land that is depicted on a map found with the elf. They find 3 keys the map says they will need and after months of flight they make it to where they are going. As can be expected bad things happen when they get there and the end has a young man named Bek Rowe confronting Walker's most powerful enemy who followed them, The Isle Witch. re-readability: Not so much. The Book relies on suspense to keep you turning pages and while still a fantastic book once you read it once it'll probably sit on your bookshelf for a while. My thoughts: Terry Brooks is one of my favorite authors. Anything by him is a must read but get all 3 books because this ends on a massive cliff hanger. My rating: * * * *out of 5 stars.