Colors of Chaos (Recluce Series #9)

Colors of Chaos (Recluce Series #9)

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Colors of Chaos (Recluce Series #9) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read all of Modesitt, Jr.'s books in the Recluce series and each has captivated me to the point of neglecting my work and family until I finished. Colors of Chaos is no different. If you like fantasy where the author has created a complete society with an underlying philosophy, strong back history, complex/conflicted characters, and intrigue, this series is for you. However, I recommend beginning with book #1 and reading forward so events and references in later books make more sense (and a richer story line.) One of the most intriguing elements of the series is the evolution of the cultures of order and chaos.
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UR12 More than 1 year ago
L.E. Modesitt's books are difficult at best! Difficult to put down once you begin on that is. He takes you through the development of the main character in an easy reading process and introduces those who interact with him or her bringing into focus over the length of the story the relationship that develops. I like the idea that he has shown that both Chaos and Order in and of itself does not define the individual. He has moved between the different locations and cities taking you on an adventure filled with smells, tastes and vision of a myriad of settings both city and rural. While he philosophizes it is not to the degree that your or bored or bogged down with details and wading through to much that would take you away from the story but rather it augments it.
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Escape_Artist More than 1 year ago
Originally started reading his books because I saw so many of them at the bookstore. The recluse series is confusing in that it jumps around from book to book with no clear connection. It isn't until you are several books into the series that the light comes on with an "Ahhh! I see it now!". It's an interesting way to write though, and I have enjoyed it. I enjoyed "Colors Of Chaos" more than I thought. It gives the other side of the coin side to the Black/White/Gray mage story. I quite liked the character of Cerryl. Only 4 stars because I felt some areas were repeating events over and over with no resolution or moving on.
Althor18 More than 1 year ago
Excellent serie
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Guest More than 1 year ago
i have read all the books in this series and thay all grab you from the begining and make you wish it would never end
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is my first book I have read for my English classthis year and I loved the book! L.E. Modesitt,Jr. is as good an author as Mr. Goodkind himself!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was just online looking if Modesett had any new Recluce books out and decided to spread the word for potential readers. Modesett is a grace to my personal library (which includes such authors as Terry Brooks, Terry Goodkind, J.R.R Tolkien, Frank Herbert, and Robert Jordan to name a few). If you are considering to buy this book then DO!