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The Sea Is Full of Stars (Saga of the Well World Series #6)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 17, 2011

    Verry,Verry Good.

    Verry,Verry Good. Jack L. Chalker books are the best books you can read. I have read most of his books and I have enjoyed every one of his books and this was no exception.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2000

    A Dip Into the Well of Souls

    Volume six in Jack Chalker's series of the Well World, The Sea Is Full Of Stars, was a fascinating book in which an alien madman, insane and power hungry, wishes to take over an artificial planet and then continue to dominate the universe in a role as near to a god as possible. I'd give this sci-fi adventure novel a 5-star rating. Taking you through the viewpoint of each main character, Chalker gives you a real sense that this book could very well be his best yet. Chalker's use of dialogue brings the characters to life. I especially liked his portrayal of the dark and brooding Jeremiah Wong Kincaid. As a counterpoint to Kincaid's intensity, the priestess Angel appears pure and righteous. Together, they chart their own destiny. In Chalker's Well World, where hundreds of races reside in an equal number of hexagonal, laboratory-like worlds, anything can happen. The races inhabiting each world possess strange, even mystical powers. When someone enters the Well World for the first time, they are permanently turned into one of the hundreds of races at random, regardless of what they were before. Overall, this was an intriguing new set to his multi-book series, and I look forward to reading Chalker's next saga in the Well World.

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