Review: The Dragonbone Chair

The Dragonbone ChaiirTitle: The Dragonbone Chair (1988)
Author: 
Tad Williams
Pages: 
672
Series: Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn #1, Osten Ard Saga #1 (Series Tracker)


What an enjoyable read. This story feels special and timeless. Williams’s worldbuilding is deep and impressive. Although he raises considerably more questions than he answers, I’m fully invested in seeing this through to the end.

This series has been on my TBR pile for the longest while and if all goes well, I hope to work my way through the remaining Osten Ard books in anticipation of the new book being released in 2021.

★★★★¼ out of 5

2 thoughts on “Review: The Dragonbone Chair

  1. Lexlingua says:

    Glad you picked this one – I think George Martin described Tad Williams as his major influence for Game of Thrones, so this one was on my radar. I am guessing you didn’t find this one too old-school, given that it was published so many years ago.

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