Split Infinity (Apprentice Adept #1)

Split Infinity (Apprentice Adept #1)

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by Piers Anthony
     
 

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On the technological, decadent world of Proton, someone was trying to destroy Stile, serf and master Gamesman. His only escape lay in Phaze, a world totally ruled by magic. Soon he learned that his alternate self had already been murdered, and that he was next. On Proton, his fate depended on winning the great Games. On Phaze, he must master magic to survive. And

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On the technological, decadent world of Proton, someone was trying to destroy Stile, serf and master Gamesman. His only escape lay in Phaze, a world totally ruled by magic. Soon he learned that his alternate self had already been murdered, and that he was next. On Proton, his fate depended on winning the great Games. On Phaze, he must master magic to survive. And if he used any magic at all, his friends were determined to kill him at once!

THE APPRENTICE ADEPT
Book OneSPLIT INFINITY
BookTwoBLUE ADEPT
Book ThreeJUXTAPOSITION

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780345354914
Publisher:
Random House Publishing Group
Publication date:
10/28/1987
Series:
Apprentice Adept Series, #1
Edition description:
Reprint
Pages:
368
Sales rank:
381,332
Product dimensions:
4.21(w) x 6.85(h) x 0.95(d)

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Split Infinity (Apprentice Adept #1) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
Anonymous 3 months ago
Though some may enjoy this book, I found it rather tedious. The beginning of the book reads as a pornographic novel bound togeter by a small number of plot holed threads. This is a rather dissapointing read though it did bring some interesting ideas.
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I read Split Infinity, by Piers Anthony, because of its mixture of science and fantasy. The author really pulls together the idea of magic and technology getting along and clashing at the right moments in time. The multiple settings, along with alternative worlds, keeps the story moving as he progresses in his game, thinks to his previous employment experience, and tries finding his identity all at once. Another feature of the book I like is that the creatures have their own identity instead of just being an animal. This book did a great job in pulling me into the trilogy and I definitely will be reading the other two books. I recommend this book to any science fiction and/or fantasy lover.
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Mixing fantasy with science, genius!!
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