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Gods of the Well of Souls Paperback – Sep 20 1994


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The final installment in Chalker's Watchers at the Well trilogy finds immortal Well World guardians Nathan Brazil and Mavra Chang falling more deeply--and inescapably--into the traps laid for them by the unseen evil entity known as the Kraang. After being separately summoned from Earth by the virtually omnipotent, universe-shaping Well computer, the two quickly become distracted from their caretaking responsibilities by Kraang-manipulated circumstances in different Well World zones. Chang is kidnapped, drugged, and surgically altered into a bizarre alien hybrid by the vengeful former drug dealer Campos, while Brazil is shipwrecked, critically injured, and, finally, rendered helplessly comatose. Faced with nearly insurmountable odds, Chang must rely on her ingenuity and a few humans who blundered through the Well Gate to access the Well computer before the Kraang seizes it and gains universal control. Although this is not the best of the Well World novels, Chalker is a marvel at skillfully confronting his protagonists with almost impossible challenges and then ingeniously resolving the conflicts. A satisfying ending to a justifiably popular series. Carl Hays

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