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Contains Minor Spoilers As simple as this world of Landover is and the small number of characters involved in Landover, Terry Brooks somehow finds a way to make yet another interesting story to the Landover series The voice acting is done by Dick Hill who had done all the Landover audio books up to this point and has done yet another good job, and because Dick does all the Landover books it brings a welcomed sense of familiarity.The story brings another character from Earth that wa Contains Minor Spoilers As simple as this world of Landover is and the small number of characters involved in Landover, Terry Brooks somehow finds a way to make yet another interesting story to the Landover series The voice acting is done by Dick Hill who had done all the Landover audio books up to this point and has done yet another good job, and because Dick does all the Landover books it brings a welcomed sense of familiarity.The story brings another character from Earth that was exiled from Landover back into the story This time its Horris Kew who is a conjuror with a similar ability of Questor Thews to get into trouble with his magic, but in the case of Horris Kew he is very selfish and his mistakes usually become evil mistakes, as happens in this story when he opens the Tangle Box Somehow he had possession of the Tangle Box on Earth and when fleeing his latest snafu and the Tangle Box talks to Horris Kew and his bird companion Biggar and gets them to let whoever is in the Tangle Box out.The creature imprisoned in the box is a fairy mist creature called the Gorse, and he wants revenge of the fairy world for imprisoning him in the box, but to do that he must get rid of the powers of Landover Ben Holiday, Strabo the dragon and Nightshade the witch, which he does with Horris Kew s help by placing them into the Tangle Box where they lose their memory and are lost in a labyrinth.On another quest is Willow who is to have he baby, and for her child since she is to be born of Landover, the Fairy Ream, and of Earth must collect earth from all three worlds and root herself in these solids to give birth As expected the two quests of hers and Ben Holiday become entwined.This was a very enjoyable Landover book, one of my favorites If you like Landover you should have no problem liking this audio production of The Tangle Box The Tangle Box was pretty tough to get into Ben has forgotten himself yet again, from stumbling into another trap, but this time, his main Landover enemies have been trapped with him Willow goes on a mediocre adventure of her own with the Prism Cat who I m sure is fabulous if you are a big fan of cats in general , and the G home Gnomes play another starring role in beating evil. @Download Pdf » The Tangle Box Ö Troublesome magical trickster Horris Kew has unleashed a powerful evil sorcerer who s bent on ruling Landover And that means destroying its king, Ben Holiday I liked the plot of this story considerablythan the previous installment Maybe it s because characters like Strabo and Nightshade had aprominent role I found Horris very interesting in an I can t stand him sort of way I also liked that the G home gnomes actually helped out this time instead of just getting in the way or complicating the situation This book did seem a bit dialogue heavy in a few places, especially towards the end, but it brought back most of the characters that I I liked the plot of this story considerablythan the previous installment Maybe it s because characters like Strabo and Nightshade had aprominent role I found Horris very interesting in an I can t stand him sort of way I also liked that the G home gnomes actually helped out this time instead of just getting in the way or complicating the situation This book did seem a bit dialogue heavy in a few places, especially towards the end, but it brought back most of the characters that I like and had an interesting plot Ah, the Magic Kingdom of Landover It s been a while since I visited, and I m glad I did.There are three major storylines in this book, and I thought Mr Brooks did an excellent job of intertwining them into an interesting and compelling plot I particularly liked the subplot of Horris Kew and Biggar and the prickly, contentious relationship the two of them shared The scenes in the Labyrinth were a littledark and depressing, but they certainly made for some intriguing developments in the Ah, the Magic Kingdom of Landover It s been a while since I visited, and I m glad I did.There are three major storylines in this book, and I thought Mr Brooks did an excellent job of intertwining them into an interesting and compelling plot I particularly liked the subplot of Horris Kew and Biggar and the prickly, contentious relationship the two of them shared The scenes in the Labyrinth were a littledark and depressing, but they certainly made for some intriguing developments in the characters of the Knight Ben , the Lady Nightshade the witch and the Gargoyle Strabo the dragon I didn t particularly like one aspect of their misadventures in the Tangle Box I thought it added a littleof a complication in Ben s life than was really necessary and, frankly, I found it rather disturbing While Willow s solitary quest except for the presence of Edgewood Dirk, the mysterious prism cat, who helped her along the way was quite intriguing, it didn t seem to be given the same focus as the rest of the story, and I found her to be just a bitwhiny than I liked.I loved that the two G home Gnomes, Filip and Sot, onceplayed a starring role in the story view spoiler Their encounter with Biggar in the cave was hilarious and the wicked bird s fate was surprising hide spoiler I felt sad for Abernathy, who was given a glimpse of what it would be like to be his old human self again, only to have it snatched so cruelly away.The ending was a bit abrupt but satisfying nevertheless, and I look forward to reading the next book in the series The Tangle Box by Terry Brooks is book 4 of The Magic Kingdom of Landover I started reading this series a few months ago If I were to classify the work, I would say it is light, suitable for children epic fantasy While I found the first book fun a full of fully drafted characters, I have to say that is wearing thin at this point The addition of Horace Kew, Bigger the bird and the Gorse was necessary to provide a challenge for our hero, Ben Holiday, they felt dim and not clearly defined Well The Tangle Box by Terry Brooks is book 4 of The Magic Kingdom of Landover I started reading this series a few months ago If I were to classify the work, I would say it is light, suitable for children epic fantasy While I found the first book fun a full of fully drafted characters, I have to say that is wearing thin at this point The addition of Horace Kew, Bigger the bird and the Gorse was necessary to provide a challenge for our hero, Ben Holiday, they felt dim and not clearly defined Well, Horace seemedrealistic, but Bigger and the Gorse remain cardboard cutouts to me.I ate up the tidbits of information on Willows adventure, but I wantedWillow,Earth Mother,Quester, Abernathy and the rest Instead, Willow is sent off on a journey be herself and we learn so very little about her I don t give spoilers Ben, the witch, and the dragon are locked away in a horribly depressing situation that frankly was a depressing read Where was the fun, the spectacular settings, the heart of the story Bottom line while the cover led me to believe that I would finally learn all about Willow, the story doesn t focus on her What a missed opportunity Her story would have made a compelling read Instead, The Tangle Box was sparse on information about the characters I come to love, and filled in with awful images with little magic I m taking a break from the series I m not certain when I will return to it In part this is because I write epic fantasy and can t both read and write in the same genre while I m working on a book, and in part because I don t read to be depressed This was a difficult book for me to get into I didn t particularly like the scenes in the Labyrinth, hence nothan three stars However, Willow s quest was quite intriguing, and I especially enjoyed reading about Horris Kew and Biggar The closer I got to the end of this book, thethrilling it became I loved the ending, even though I m usually not fond of cliff hanger endings in series Althought I m taking a short break from this series to get some other reading done, I m still very This was a difficult book for me to get into I didn t particularly like the scenes in the Labyrinth, hence nothan three stars However, Willow s quest was quite intriguing, and I especially enjoyed reading about Horris Kew and Biggar The closer I got to the end of this book, thethrilling it became I loved the ending, even though I m usually not fond of cliff hanger endings in series Althought I m taking a short break from this series to get some other reading done, I m still very much looking forward to reading The Witches Brew I m a big fan of Terry Brooks and enjoy the Magic Kingdom of Landover series, but I found The Tangle Box to be not one of my favorite works In part I think this comes from the struggle to find a suitable enemy for Ben Holiday and crew to face With Landover restored from the first book and the two major figures behind the selling of Landover dealt with in The Black Unicorn and Wizard at Large where do you go next How about another exile from Landover who is a bumbling con man of a conjurer Hor I m a big fan of Terry Brooks and enjoy the Magic Kingdom of Landover series, but I found The Tangle Box to be not one of my favorite works In part I think this comes from the struggle to find a suitable enemy for Ben Holiday and crew to face With Landover restored from the first book and the two major figures behind the selling of Landover dealt with in The Black Unicorn and Wizard at Large where do you go next How about another exile from Landover who is a bumbling con man of a conjurer Horris Kew and a talking bird, Biggart, who unleash something farpowerful than they realize Sure, I guess.This may sound okay for a series that has never taken itself seriously, but nothing feels very fleshed out here Horris and Biggart to a degree are, they re both figures that enjoy living the good life and are good at living it at the expense of other people, but they re not great villains They unwittingly unleash the Gorse, but honestly the Gorse doesn t really seem all that powerful in the book He keeps mostly to the shadows and entices others to do his bidding, but his motives are never really given much development beyond revenge So overall the villain here causes a lot of trouble, but doesn t really feel like a threat in the way that Meeks or even Michel Ard Rhi did Throw in the fact that the plot centers around Ben losing his identity again, this time with friends Nightshade and Strabo in tow, and it just feels like rehashed ground I also feel that some of the character reactions to how things get resolved in the book were a bit stupid, I m mostly looking at Nightshade here The book tries to explain her reaction, but I just don t really buy it.Not to mention the ending just winds up ending with a whimper instead of a bang There s all this build up and you expect this grand finale and it doesn t really happen It ends with a snap of a finger and everything is okay Overall, I still enjoyed the book It s a light and fun read, and if you enjoy the Landover series you ll enjoy these books I can t help but think though that this book could have been a little bitWith athreatening villain, afleshed out plot, and asatisfying resolution it would have been better than what we got I still enjoyed it, but felt that it was a step down from previous books Originally posted on SpecFic Junkie.At this point, we re moving from nostalgia reviews to just reviews Or maybe I read this book and was bored so badly I just decided to quit Probably not, considering I was such a big Terry Brooks fan as a kid Anyway, this book was evenof a snoozefest, which is saying something for a solid two star series Spoilers after the cut.Okay, so here s the plot There s an evil thing that escapes from a box Evil thing does evil stuff Evil thing is put back i Originally posted on SpecFic Junkie.At this point, we re moving from nostalgia reviews to just reviews Or maybe I read this book and was bored so badly I just decided to quit Probably not, considering I was such a big Terry Brooks fan as a kid Anyway, this book was evenof a snoozefest, which is saying something for a solid two star series Spoilers after the cut.Okay, so here s the plot There s an evil thing that escapes from a box Evil thing does evil stuff Evil thing is put back in the box YAY THAT S IT FOLKS.Oh, and there s this weird baby subplot where Willow is having to get soil from places to fertilize her baby and then she has to have it in the place where the evil witch was but she got saved by a cat.Oh yeah, and the whole Ben Holiday either sleeping with or kissing the evil witch when they were trapped in the box.Oh, oh, and the required weird G home Gnome subplot where they eat a super intelligent bird At least everything they d eaten so far couldn t speak eloquently for itself This is treated as humor because the bird does not nice things WTF.Oh right, and the masturbatory fantasy epilogue where you find out an exiled character is the author of such a series and bestselling and wink wink not a stand in for the actual author who couldn t possibly be from such a land.But mostly, with that plot, I was falling asleep 330 pages of bore ing.So, what s the next one Book Review 3 Treasure BoxesBrooks did a good job of maintaining the three storylines and yet also expertly intertwining them, it kept the story interesting This is my favourite book in the series I liked how the story unfolded and I like all the characters It was interesting how Ben, Nightshade and Strabo got along with each other in the tangle box We get a better understanding of each of these characters and their interpersonal relationships form new meaning based on their interactions wi Book Review 3 Treasure BoxesBrooks did a good job of maintaining the three storylines and yet also expertly intertwining them, it kept the story interesting This is my favourite book in the series I liked how the story unfolded and I like all the characters It was interesting how Ben, Nightshade and Strabo got along with each other in the tangle box We get a better understanding of each of these characters and their interpersonal relationships form new meaning based on their interactions within the tangle box In someways this story was similar to Wizard at Large In both books an evil creature switches place with one of the main characters in Landover and then creates trouble I enjoyed the story and thought it had a great ending I am looking forward to reading the next book in the series This is a stand alone story which I always find satisfying, yet it is also clearly part of a larger story I recommend you read the books from the beginning to get a better understanding of the world in which they live The story also builds from one book to the other, yet each book can be read independently from any other If you enjoy reading Terry Brooks, then you will enjoy this book, it is a good fantasy novel that is fun to read.For my full review go to