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Mystic Warrior

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 30, 2005

    Yawn

    This was a book I was sorry to have purchased, I thought it was extremely simplistic to the point of stupidity, I have loved other boks by this auther but this series is an unfortunate exception !!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 18, 2005

    poor read

    Sorry to say I was bored throughout the book, I kept reading hoping it would get better.....it did not. Margaret's solo 'Mistress of Dragons' was awesome, Tracy should stick with writing alongside of her and tell his wife to go knit a sweater or something.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 18, 2004

    Great Read!!!

    This has to be one of the best fantasy books I have read in a very long time. It was absolutely fantastic. If you like Dragonlance or Fantasy in general, I highly recommend this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 27, 2004

    Good reading...

    Three worlds exist alongside one another. While each one has its own problems, seemingly separate, in a magical way, they are all connected. On one world, magic and madness are two sides of one coin. Ruled by dragons, the world's towns are culled of the mad and the magically gifted in the rite of Election. Those chosen are taken away, never to be seen again, as if they never existed. Galen is a man whose dreams are filled with magic and madness both, so while he is horrified to be Elected, it is unsurprising. Being elected brings him into contact with other chosen people and involves him in a quest to save all three worlds. On one world, the fairys live, and their fate is tied to a princess. On the third, the goblins and their machines rule, but for some reason, the machines are being problematic. All three worlds' fates rest in the hands of 'madmen' and dreamers. ................ *** The Hickmans have created a highly complex world system. At its heart is love and loyalty. At times it may be difficult to see how the three plotlines interconnect, but it is a challenging read for the academic fantasy lover. ***

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 25, 2004

    Good fantasy

    Three different worlds exist in different dimensions but what happens in one world affects the other two............................ In the world of humans and dwarves, the seven dragons rule. An annual festival is held in which those that are mad or have Deep Magic are taken away from their homes never to be seen again. Galen Arnold hears inanimate objects talk and visits other realms in his dreams and he is caught by the Inquisitor and brought to a central location where others like him are trained to fight in a war that the general populace doesn¿t know exists............................ The Titans once ruled another world but all that is left is machines that don¿t work and books that are used for burning. The goblins want to fix these machines but the only one who has an affinity for them is Mimic who rises to power........................... Queen Tatayna¿s world of faery is besieged on two fronts. In the north the centaurs and satyrs struggle to take control; while Lord Pheor in the south plans to overthrow her highness and marry her daughter to become the ruler. The faery seeker Dwynwym struggles to find a truth that will save her homeland............................. Galen¿s Deep Magic has the power to influence events in the other worlds and is strong enough if he learns to use it properly to change his own......................... Tracy and Laura Hickman have created fantasy worlds that exist on separate planes but impact each other. Just how deep they interact will be explained in further installments of The Bronze Canticles. Each world is different and fascinating with characters created specifically for that realm. Readers will care about several protagonists, hoping they survive their trials and tribulations. The Hickmans deserve an award for originality and creativity...................... Harriet Klausner

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