White Wolf by David Gemmell(54 ratings)
|Submitted by Anonymous |
If youíve read David Gemmellís previous works, youíll like White Wolf, the first novel of The Damned. There are two main qualities that make this book outstanding. First, book has valuable morals that may be applied to life. Second, the novel has interesting characters Ė each with different personalities, each with their own disturbing past, and each with their own conflict.
|Submitted by Eamonn the Damned |
I picked up my first David Gemmell book two years ago because a friend recommended it to me. That book was Lion of Macedon. Since then I have read nearly every David Gemmell book and there is only one word for it, brilliant. White Wolf is no exception with an engaging plot and intriguing characters. It follows the tale of two heroes, Druss, an aging Drenai axeman, and Skilgannon, the best swordsman of the age, who embark on an adventure for different reasons. While Gemmell's books tend to be repetitive, they are fun hack'n'slash fantasy novels.
|Submitted by Smauginski |
This book deals with certain events in the life of two Drenai heroes Olek Skilgannon and Druss the Axeman. 2 legends with very different fighting styles