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Dragon Wing: The Death Gate Cycle, Volume 1 by Margaret Weis
4.0 out of 5 stars Fun Fantasy, Oct. 1 2002
Known mostly for their "Dragonlance" novels, Maragaret Weis and Tracy Hickman write an original and fun novel outside of that series here. "Dragon Wing" is the first book of "The Death Gate Cycle," a series of seven books. In this novel the authors open up the whole series, introduce the world, and some characters very precisely. I enjoyed this book immensely and I'm sure that the next books in this promising series will be just as good as volume one.
Many things take place in "Dragon Wing." The book starts off with an assassin being rescued from being executioned and he is then presented with a task assigned by the King. He is being asked to murder the King's son, the Prince himself… Read more
The Iron Lance by Stephen R. Lawhead
The Iron Lance by Stephen R. Lawhead
"The Iron Lance" was my first Stephen R. Lawhead novel and it was a novel that I enjoyed all the way through. While Lawhead is mostly labled as a fantasy writer his work is not limited to fantasy, as this book shows. I love fantasy and I found this book to be a break from the general magic that is involved in much of today's fantasy. Lawhead's book is an intoxicating historical fiction.
The book takes place during the Crusades, a very interesting time during the history of the world. This period is when the Pope sent forces into Jerusalem to win the Holy City from the Muslims. This book centers on Murdo, the main protagonist, and how he is involved with the events of his… Read more
The Green Mile by Stephen King
The Green Mile by Stephen King
5.0 out of 5 stars Stunning, Sept. 24 2002
King here delivers a masterpiece. "The Green Mile" is a work of genius that not many authors could have pulled off as well as Stephen King. This amazing novel was originally published as a serial novel in six parts a few years back. The book flows wonderfully even though with the start of a new part King may review the last scene of the last book that was read. I would think that reading each part of the book together as the one whole novel that it is would make the book more enjoyable, so for people who have read this book when it was first being published in parts, you may want to re-read this book to get a better feel for what King is writing.
The novel takes place on the E Block… Read more