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  • Paperback: 220 pages
  • Publisher: Mundania Press, LLC (8 Sept. 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1594260842
  • ISBN-13: 978-1594260841
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1.3 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 786,764 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Louise Cooper, nee en 1952, a comble les lecteurs de Fantasy de tous ages depuis 1973 avec plus de vingt romans, des nouvelles et de la poesie. Passionnee de folklore et de mythologie, elle a vecu en Cornouailles avec son mari et ses chats avant de rejoindre les fees une nuit de 2009.


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I was thrilled when Louise told me she was going to have the 3 Trilogies re published. This is book one of the "Time Master Trilogy", The other 3 Trilogies which are equally as good are "The Star Shadow Trilogy" which is a prequel to the Time Master and the "Chaos Gate Trilogy" Which is a sequel to the Time Master Trilogy. If you liked the Initiate then those are must buy when they do eventually come out again. I have the original edition's of this trilogies and have read them that many times over the years that they are now starting to get a bit tatty! Louise Cooper is a fantastic author and I have over 40 of her books which I have collected over the years. She has the ability to enthrall you in any book she writes, her character developments are excellent and you really find it hard to put the book's down once you start reading them. Rumour has it that JK Rowling used some of her idea's for Harry Potter from the Initiate. If you like Fantasy and Adventure then the Initiate is a must!
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I purchased these books way back in the last years of the 80's and thus would have been a teenager myself then. I really enjoyed them, liking the way that the hero wasn't one of the good guys and the good guys though good were actually quite intolerant of those who didn't live up to their standards.

I found this approach to be refreshing and always looked back upon them fondly. Then recently I found myself revisting them, but the magic was gone I found the book to a bit too plodding in places, it could have probably been trimmed down into two and the writing to be a bit too simple.

I think if I was a young reader again I would still enjoy it a refreshing change from the volumes of troubled Vampires and Zombies that seem to plague what passes for Young Adult literature these days and I still think its stance of the anti-hero is still to be applauded
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I haven't given this book a score higher than 3 because I found that it was let down a bit by the pacing. A large part of this story was taken up by developing and exploring the relationships between characters. Unfortunately, I never felt that the characters were developed in such a way that I really truly came to feel for them/or sympathize with their situation as much as I perhaps should have. I found that in some places, characters (even Tarod - the main character) felt "distant". I sometimes felt that I didn't really "know" Tarod --- I heard this improves as the series progresses, but there was a particular relationship with one character which seemed to develop in such a short span of pages and have such a major effect on the character that I was half left wondering at the authenticity of the whole thing.
Saying that, there was a lot about this book that I did like. The way the idea of "good" and "evil" were questioned was particularly well done. By the end of the book, no character is entirely good or evil, and you can see their motivations. Also, I didn't see the ending coming at all. And whilst the first book felt like it was mostly for setup, it was entirely needed, and now that the setup is out of the way, I am hopeful that the rest of the series can only get better.
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