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The Sorcerer: Return of the Archwizards, Book III [Mass Market Paperback]

Troy Denning
3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)

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Dec 1 2002 The Return of the Archwizards (Book 3)
The exciting conclusion of the Return of the Archwizards trilogy.The Sorcerer concludes the Return of the Archwizards trilogy by New York Times bestselling author Troy Denning. Events in this trilogy will have great impact on other Forgotten Realms novels to come, and this particular title introduces elements of change to Forgotten Realms readers.

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Troy Denning recently penned a New York Times bestselling Star Wars (r) title for Del Rey Books entitled Star by Star. He also wrote the New York Times bestselling Waterdeep (under the pseudonym Richard Awlinson). His most recent titles include Beyond the High Road, Death of the Dragon (with Ed Greenwood), and the first two titles in the Return of the Archwizards series, The Summoning and The Siege.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Best of the Trilogy June 24 2003
By Harkius
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Finally, just before it is ending, Denning decides to actually use all of the characters and shows us the point of view of a phaerimm, the points of view of Vala and other characters (still not Aris, though!) etc. This book is by far the best of the three, and it was nice to see Galaeron finally stop whining about his shadow and what he did ot Evereska and all of Faerun.
The book's characterization was better than the rest of them too. The characters were more believable and had more individuality. The novel, in general, seemed better edited, less hasty, and more sure. The ending was not all that I'd hoped for, but I am interested in seeing what will finally become of Malik, after he gueststars in two different series.
Better than the other two, but is it worth reading all three? I would say no, unless you have a couple of days and twenty dollars to kill. A good book, though.
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2.0 out of 5 stars dissapointment Dec 30 2002
By A Customer
Format:Mass Market Paperback
The Summoning and The Seige were both enjoyable, but despite a decent first half, the last 200 or so pages of the sorcerer were more or less unreadable. Shame, because this was otherwise a pretty good series.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A good finale Dec 3 2002
By A Customer
Format:Mass Market Paperback
I really liked this series, and though I do think some of the characters were a bit too unbeatable, overall I enjoyed them all, and the somewhat unusual ending to the book. I look forward to the future encounters with the Shadovar, and am glad to see them a force to stay!
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