Book Reviews of The Well At the Wrold's End - Volume II

The Well At the Wrold's End - Volume II
Author: William Morris
ISBN-13: 9780345235169
ISBN-10: 0345235169
Publication Date: 1973
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Publisher: Ballantine Books
Book Type: Paperback
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This is volume 2 of the series, with an introduction by Lin Carter.
Beginning simply in the little kingdom of Upmeads, the story traces the doings of Ralph, the youngest son of the homely ruling house, who sets out in quest of the Well at the World's End, and tells of his desperate adventures in the Wood Perilous, at the Burg of the Four Friths, with the sinister Fellowship of the Dry Tree, and with many another diversion encountered on the Road.
The rhythm of the story moves like the rhythm of life, moments of high and sudden excitement overtaking pools of reflective quiet as Ralph moves steadfastly toward his objective, despite obstacles and distractions.