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Vehicles & Animals
Vehicles & Animals
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Price: £1.88

0 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Out of Nowhere, 28 Sept. 2003
This review is from: Vehicles & Animals (Audio CD)
Great album. Hasn't changed my life. Never expected music to do so anyway.
Does anyone know what the hell hit him on the head? I've listened to that track over and over and still can't figure it out.
HELP ME.... :/
Love the whole album though. I'm not much of a music lover so it must be good.
Is it a meteorite? :/

Wild Magic (Fool's Gold)
Wild Magic (Fool's Gold)
by Jude Fisher
Edition: Paperback

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An absolute must, 22 Aug. 2003
After reading books one and two of ‘Fools Gold’ trilogy, Jude Fisher is right at the top of my list of favorite authors alongside Robin Hobb and George RR Martin.
Her writing brings a breath of fresh air to fantasy with wonderful adventure, a sharp edge of humour and surprises at every turn. Unlike most fantasy novels, this is not a tale of battle between good and evil, but of a world full of possibilities and of the actions and consequences of the characters who live there. Fisher’s writing, full of humour and zest (that I think the British will appreciate best), flows across the pages so you could loose yourself in the book for hours: indeed, twice I’ve forgotten to get off the train on the way home from work!
The characters are vastly differing and well developed: some are full of beans and some are truly ghastly and others are a complete enigma: I’m still trying to work out who the good guys are! Opinion of a character can change from one chapter to the next.
The story encompasses faith, righteousness, morals, ambition, love, lust and obsession, and, above all, wild and unpredictable magic.

Hidden Warrior: Book Two of the Tamir Triad
Hidden Warrior: Book Two of the Tamir Triad
by Lynn Flewelling
Edition: Paperback
Price: £14.99

19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Keeping up the Pace, 8 Aug. 2003
The second book of The Tamir Triad advances the story at the same gripping pace as book one. Picking up where book one left off, we see 'Prince' Tobin coming to terms with the knowledge revealed to him by the witch Lhel.
Hidden once again in Brother's form, Tobin struggles with his identity and his relationships with his friends as his own true form becomes increasingly hard to conceal. The plot thickens when he returns to the Companions in Ero and is introduced to his growlingly mad and paranoid uncle, King Erius.
Intrigue at court, oncoming war with Plenimar and the Kings ambitious wizard's traitorous plots to seize power bring Hidden Warrior to another truly climatic ending that left me crying out for more.
This is yet another of Flewelling's well delivered and perfectly balanced books - her writing seems to get better with every story she writes. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Roll on book 3!

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