Taking Flight Mass Market Paperback – Jan 23 1993
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I must say, right off, that I am a huge fan of Lawrence Watt-Evans. Admittedly, this is not his best book, but it is a good solid Ethshar book, one that I enjoyed reading. I’m not sure about any hidden meanings, but I did find Kelder’s interaction with this female Peter Pan to be absolutely fascinating.
If you are looking for a book of High Fantasy – of swords and magic, and kingdoms overthrown – then you will be disappointed in this book. However, if you interested in a fascinating book set in a magical milieu, then I highly recommend this book to you.
As with other Ethshar books, you do not have to read other novels first in order to understand this one . . though if you have read "The Misenchanted Sword" and "Single Spell" you will enjoy the cameos in this novel.
The story was a bit slow to get going, and in the end I found that there was not enough to really care about . . . the characters are flat and their quests are modest in scope. But, if you believe that you need to read all the Ethshar books in order to feel fulfilled, then you should probably read this one too.
Note: This applies to every book in the series, I have read them all.