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The story and characters are terrible. Plot juvenile. Dialogue, character motivation, etc., very immature. The writing is barely high school. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Ilzamar
Hands down one of the best sci-fi series I have ever read. R.I.P. Jack.Published 16 months ago by Julie Ang
This book has it all!!!! The greatness of it is in the mixup of si-fi and fantasy. for too long did si-fi fans have to deal with the same style plot,the same characters and for... Read morePublished on Nov. 9 2003 by elvenc
A wonderfull story that can be read on so many different levels, that you can always find something new in each reread that you didn't catch before.Published on April 1 2002
There are not many books I read more than once. This is one that over the years I have read at least five times. Jack L. Chalker created a not so well known masterpiece. Read it. Read morePublished on Nov. 15 2000 by AS Atwood
I don't know why, but some unfortunate reason Midnight at the Well of Souls seems familiar to Simak's Goblin Reservation. I don't know why. They share very little. Read morePublished on June 26 2000 by Alex
Book 1 of the 'Well World' series
This story could be set in the far future -- or a parallel one. Read more
I like sometimes the books that give you a small rest from heavy thinking. This is not "DUNE" or "RINGWORLD" or "UBIC". Read morePublished on May 27 2000
A short while ago, someone emailed me asking for a ordered list of the books in this series (they got my email address from an earlier review). Read morePublished on Sept. 23 1999