Planeswalker

Planeswalker

by Lynn Abbey

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ISBN-13: 9780786966400
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Publication date: 03/27/2018
Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 368
Sales rank: 143,383
File size: 6 MB

About the Author

Lynn Abbey, author of Planeswalker, has written for the best-selling Thieves World, Forgotten Realms, and Dark Sun properties.

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Magic the Gathering: Planeswalker (Artifacts Cycle Series #2) 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
uhnk13 on LibraryThing 19 days ago
This was not nearly as well written as _The Brother's War_. The author used the "flashback" element entirely to often, and in very confusing ways. It took me from October to April to read this book because it just didn't grab my attention until the final third of the novel. Then, once things started getting interesting and the climax was pending, it just ended to abruptly.I enjoyed it as a fan of the game and because it's part of a series that I'm sure will make more sense by my having read this before the rest of the series. I can only recommend it for that reason. As a stand alone novel, it's not very good.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
The Brothers' War ended with a bang (Literally, if you read the book then you know what I mean.) and then it goes into the saga of Urza's Planeswalking days with his partner and *almost* friend, Xantcha. This book was really slow and somewhat irritating, causing me to read it in painful five-minute doses. Eventually I skipped to Timestreams and came back later to finish Planeswalker. It gave insight into the structure of Phyrexia and more into their society, and should be read for the pivitol information it provides for the following books. It should be read, but I fail to see how it can be enjoyed.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The brothers Urza and Mishra, the two most powerful artificers in Dominaria battle for power. Before Urza destroys Mishra in a surge of power to become a Planeswalker, Urza discovers Mishra to be a Phyrexian construct of metal and sinew. This is the story of Urza's revenge on the Phyrexians as he travels the plains and the beggining of his legecy.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought this was a very good book the best one I've read
Guest More than 1 year ago
A sensational book, Urza, once a powerful mage realizes the spark of power in him can kindle into a flame. Once done though, he can face enemies he never dreamed of before. And he wants his revenge, he will seek out Phyrexia, and obliterate it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a really good book for people who like magic and even people who dont like it. It has a great story line and i really recomend it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I enjoy reading all Magic: The Gathering books, but this one slowed me down. It was interesting, but to confusing and extremely slow going. The book is saved by shoiwng the inner onflict of Phyrexia though, and the end is great.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this one but not as much as the other artifacts cycle books. Plansewalker introduces you to Urzas eternal inner conflict and the twisted logic he uses in an attempt to regain his sanity. No other book looks into Urzas mind like this one, which understandably makes it a little harder to follow. A little slower paced but still interesting and very insightful on the world of Phyrexia. Check this one out.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A wonderful sequel to The Brothers' War, this book tells the lush story of much of the Urza's Saga cardset (with the rest of the Cardset being based on The Brothers' War). This story follows the story of Urza's best friend, Xantcha, a Phyrexian newt, who has sworn revenge against Phyrexia, just as Urza has. However, Urza has gone mad, and Xantcha must struggle to free him from his past. This story takes the form of the events of a year in the 3400's AR (Argivian Reconing), and as Xantcha works to help Urza, she recollects much of the past 3 millenia that she shared with Urza, discovering such wonders as the planes of Moag, Equilor, and Serra's Realm.