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Tome of Magic: Pact, Shadow and True Name Magic (D&hellip by Matthew Sernett
6 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars tome of magic, 3 April 2006
2 out of three ain't bad i suppose.
loved the pact magic, loved the truename magic, shadow magic, lets just redo teh warlock shall we?
i really have no other comment to make on shadow magic other than if the other two parts of the book weren't so full of obvious possibilities it would make me feel cheated.
having readit cover to cover, I'm seriously trying to invent a campaign world withonly truename and pact magic and no normal magic, ok i might let there be warlocks as well.
heartily recommend it of you are looking for something differrent.
Magician: 1 (Riftwar Saga) by Raymond E. Feist
Magician: 1 (Riftwar Saga) by Raymond E. Feist
7 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars a modern fantasy classic, 3 April 2006
Rightly one of teh classics of modern fantasy. if only he hadn't released a new version with 10000 extra words ( obviously removed by an editor and rightly so in my opinion) still buy whichever version you can get your hands on, read it, read it again and then read teh rest of his books.
Pawn Of Prophecy: Book One Of The Belgariad (The B&hellip by David Eddings
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars pawn of prophecy, 3 April 2006
one of eddings strong pointys is his characterization, without losing the mythic grnad sweep of th eplot, he sems to do especially well in charcterization of adolescents and female characters ( of course now we know the female bit is due to his co-writer and wife). all he really needs to do is come up with an original plot rather than basically keep re-using teh same one for all his series, is there such a word as quintology?

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