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Warriors of the Storm Mass Market Paperback – Jul 12 1987

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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 10 pages
  • Publisher: Del Rey; Reissue edition (July 12 1987)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0345325621
  • ISBN-13: 978-0345325624
  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 10.8 x 17.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 23 g
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #374,868 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa4d4f654) out of 5 stars 9 reviews
HASH(0xa4fef060) out of 5 stars Fun but not as compelling as the first two in the series June 9 2006
By M. J. Keel - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase
Hawks and his band of revolutionaries who call themselves pirates continue their plan to find the five rings and bring down Master System in this sci-fi thriller. They find two of the rings on the planets Janipur and Matriyeh, both of which present some really strange problems and solutions to stealing the rings. Chalker continues to reveal the pasts of his characters and takes us through some of the most bizzare situations I have read in all my years of reading sci-fi and fantasy. This book is definitely inventive.

However, despite the amazing situations the author puts his band of unlikely heroes through, I am starting to find the plot somewhat predictable; not the details. I won't spoil it for you so you'll have to read this to know what I mean. Hopefully this is just part of being a book that is a bridge to the climax awaiting us in the next book. Although a little slow at times and a tiny bit predictable this is a very fun read. I can't wait to see what weird things the crew of the Thunder has to do to get the last three rings and defeat Master System; if they defeat him.
HASH(0xa4fef2ac) out of 5 stars All set-up, readying to blow! Plot explodes! June 15 2008
By 2theD - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Backtracking a bit, Book One was character inception and plot layer. The book was full of plot history and character development. The sheer richness of the beginning of the series was gorgeous. It seemed like it had unlimited possibilities. Then came Book Two. Here, the cast was still growing and the plot was still thickening... the stage was being set!

Now you come to Book Three... the curtain rises... and the stage explodes with everything thus far set-up. Idle idiosyncrasies and personal histories shape the plot is ways I never would have thought. The inter-personal relationships become more involved, also thus shaping the plot. Alternate-human cultures are explored is beautiful detail, as are the world in which the future humans live. Clever are the crew when confronted with difficulties on the ship, on the planet or between each other. Some lingering questions are answered about the rings mysteries.

Book Three is a definite confirmation that the Rings of the Master series is character driven. Book Three sets the bar QUITE high for Book Four.
HASH(0xa4fef4ec) out of 5 stars I found it as good as the previous two April 19 2015
By empress8411 - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Admittedly, my expectations for this work were mixed. The first two where interesting and engaging, and I figured this one would be the same. And yet, several reviews mentioned this as the weakest of the four. For my part, I found it as good as the previous two, but in a different way. Chalker spends most of the book exploring two cultures, how biology and gender and form and birth and mind form the basics of any society. While this may seem boring to some, I found it interesting. Chalker didn't get verbose, exploring through action and dialogue, not long-winded paragraphs. The plot moved briskly enough and left at a lovely cliff-hanger. I'm eager for the final installation.
HASH(0xa4fef768) out of 5 stars great author, wonderful story March 18 2013
By Ladibugg01 - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase
Not everyone likes Jack L Chalker, but I read his books as an early teen and loved them. Somehow over the last 20 years I lost the books, so finding them on Amazon was a real treat!
It was great to revisit this story again and again!
HASH(0xa4fef600) out of 5 stars Just good enough to make you buy the rest of the books. Aug. 11 2013
By Davyboy - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase
It was a good idea for a long series, but the guy got board, and rushed it. i bought all the books, just to see how it ended. Now I feel sick that I spent over a Dollar for the books.

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