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The Darksteel Eye: Mirrodin Cycle, Book II Mass Market Paperback – Jan 1 2004


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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Wizards of the Coast (Jan. 1 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 078693140X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0786931408
  • Product Dimensions: 17.5 x 10.8 x 2.4 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 23 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #625,099 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Jess Lebow edited numerous novels, short stories, and the Magic anthologies The Colors of Magic, The Myths of Magic, and The Secrets of Magic. He has contributed several short stories to various anthologies and is the author of the Legend of the Five Rings novel Wind of War.

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By A Customer on April 29 2004
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This book is called Magic The Gathering: Darksteel and is the second book out of the Mirrodin saga and it was great. It's about three heroes: Glissa Sunseeker is a young elf who is trying to get revenge from the loses of her family, Slobad Goblin Tinkerer is a goblin who is a mechanical wiz, and Bosh Iron Golem a great golem searching for his memories. This saga takes you through their adventures through Mirrodin and at the end through the final battle between Glissa Sunseeker and Memnarch. This book has a ton of action in it and I could barely put it down. The plot of the saga is that there is an evil wizard called Memnarch and he wants to take control of the world. The story takes place on a world called Mirrodin. In this world everything is part metal. The genre of this book is fantasy. I would recommend reading the first book out of the saga first or you wouldn't get a lot of what's going on. I would get this book if you're a fan of the Magic The Gathering card game or you just like fantasy. The mood of this story is dark but some parts are sad. The three heroes face a lot of challenges in their adventure and they go through a lot of loses during the saga. The author's name is Jess Lebow and he uses a lot of vivid language in the book and he likes to use a lot of detail to describe the creatures, buildings, and landscape. Overall I think this is a great book and I would check it out.
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By A Customer on April 29 2004
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This book is called Magic The Gathering: Darksteel and is the second book out of the Mirrodin saga and it was great. It's about three heroes: Glissa Sunseeker is a young elf who is trying to get revenge from the loses of her family, Slobad Goblin Tinkerer is a goblin who is a mechanical wiz, and Bosh Iron Golem a great golem searching for his memories. This saga takes you through their adventures through Mirrodin and at the end through the final battle between Glissa Sunseeker and Memnarch. This book has a ton of action in it and I could barely put it down. The plot of the saga is that there is an evil wizard called Memnarch and he wants to take control of the world. The story takes place on a world called Mirrodin. In this world everything is part metal. The genre of this book is fantasy. I would recommend reading the first book out of the saga first or you wouldn't get a lot of what's going on. I would get this book if you're a fan of the Magic The Gathering card game or you just like fantasy. The mood of this story is dark but some parts are sad. The three heroes face a lot of challenges in their adventure and they go through a lot of loses during the saga. The author's name is Jess Lebow and he uses a lot of vivid language in the book and he likes to use a lot of detail to describe the creatures, buildings, and landscape. Overall I think this is a great book and I would check it out.
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By Captain Trips on June 7 2004
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This book was quite boring. Mirrodin was pretty slow too but this one was just hard to finish even though is was about 300 pages long. One problem I noticed from the time I picked up the book was that it was a different author from who wrote Mirrodin. I mean come on! HOw can you make a succesful block with 3 different authors(Fifth DAwn has a different author as well).
Also theres not enough characters, you get tired of just reading about Glissa, Bosh, Slobad, and the wolf(forgot his name) running away from nim and Vedalken. And they are constantly fighting and running away all through the book. It gets kind of old after awhile. I don't really even feel like finishing up the series.
If you hadn't start reading the series yet dont! Read the Onslauhgt block and legends block instead.
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