A Knight of the Word is the second book in Terry Brooks' loose trilogy The Word and the Void. This book focuses on John Ross and his crisis of faith, with Nest (from Running with the Demon) trying to save him from himself. In my description of the first book in this series, I felt it was important to note that it wasn't one of Brooks' Shannara titles. The same applies here, but there's also some stylistic differences from the first book in the trilogy as well. A more adult perspective, more grounded in reality and also more grounded in magic.
Ross has a definite sense of identity. The problem is, that identity is that of a pained, broken, nearly crippled man.
This entry was published Thu Aug 02 13:31:10 CDT 2018 by Matthew
and last updated 2018-08-02 13:31:10.0.