If you are a fan of medieval fiction, chances are that you have heard of the fantasy novel A Demon Lords Tale. If you haven’t, you might want to listen to this particular review because it may be a good fit for you. We’ll start with an overview of the story and then go on to talk about some of the aspects of the novel that you may be interested in.
This fantasy novel was written by J.R.R. Tolkien. He was a very influential author, which explains why so many people enjoy his work.
The story takes place in Middle Earth. In the Lord of the Rings series of books, it is located in the fictional kingdom of Eriador. The point of the story is that a war is going on between two factions – the Andal lords and the Dwarves. During the course of the war, the Dwarves are winning and are even starting to take over Eriador.
On the other hand, the Andal lords are followers of the ancient demon lord Sauron. When they first begin to take over Eriador, their leader Azog, the Lord of the Rings’ most powerful enemy, is assassinated.
Because the Lords and the Dwarves were far from each other during the war, they decided to join forces to bring about the death of Azog. They plan to give the Lord of the Rings to the Elf Elrond so that he can use it as a weapon against the Dwarves.
After being betrayed by his fellow Lord, Elrond tells the other Andal lords that he will not give the Rings. Then he lets out a vast amount of evil, but luckily the High King Grendel manages to kill him. Elrond then uses the ring to transform himself into a giant who can break the rock that holds the other two Lords and the Dwarves together.
Now Elrond goes and fights the other Lords and destroys them. Only a few of them are able to escape with their lives. As Elrond’s giant form begins to crumble, he turns into a human.
As he falls down from his giant form, he comes across an Elf, named Elrohir, who begins to tell him a tale about an immortal hero named Chloramancer. The story takes place centuries before the beginning of the story and details the battles of the hero. So if you enjoyed reading this particular review, then I bet you will really enjoy the novel that follows it.