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Fantasy
Author: Alan Dean [cover art Carl Lundgren design by Don Puckey] Foster
ISBN: 0708881432
Subcategory: Fantasy
Pages 320 pages
Publisher Orbit (1985)
Language English
Category: Fantasy
Rating: 4.4
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eBook The Moment of the Magician download

by Alan Dean [cover art Carl Lundgren design by Don Puckey] Foster


Alan Dean Foster (Author), Carl Lundgren (Author), Richard Oriolo . I am a huge fan of Alan Dean Foster and particularly the Spellsinger series

Alan Dean Foster (Author), Carl Lundgren (Author), Richard Oriolo (Author) & 0 more. Book 4 of 8 in the Spellsinger Series. I am a huge fan of Alan Dean Foster and particularly the Spellsinger series. The Moment Of The Magician turned out to be a hard book to find in the secondhand shops in my hometown Cairns in Queensland, Australia.

You know how in a good story there are loads of tangential bits that don't make sense on their own but then - boom - everything is revealed? Well The Moment of the Magician does the bits, but forgets the boom.

The Day of the Dissonance. com User, March 27, 2004. The Moment of the Magician" is the fun fourth volume in the Spellsinger adventure about Jon-Tom and colleague Mudge. The Paths Of The Perambulator. The Time of the Transference. Back cover of book:"Tropical, friendly, and largely uninhabited"was how Clothahump the wizard had described the swamps of the south

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In The Moment of the Magician Alan Dean Foster continues the adventures of Jon Thomas Meriweather, the Spellsinger, in a land where magic and constant danger combine against a background of beauty and individual courage. Jon-Tom (as he is known in the land), in his quest to find a way back to his own world, discovers that there exists in the land another human from Earth who may hold the secret he so desperately seeks. This individual, however, is reputedly evil and has strange powers. Books related to The Moment of the Magician.

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Minimal damage to the book cover eg. If this is a hard cover, the dust jacket may be missing. Binding has minimal wear. The majority of pages are undamaged with some creasing or tearing, and pencil underlining of text, but this is minimal. No highlighting of text, no writing in the margins, and no missing pages. Don’t worry, it’s still perfectly readable and our expert team have made sure there is no major damage – you’re getting a great book for a great price! Read full description. See details and exclusions.

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Longitude Temporary
The same-ness starts getting to you in binge reading.

This is the fourth book of the spellsinger series. However, there ends up (other than the first) being a level of same-ness to the stories. A problem appears. Jon-Tom has to go take care of it. Mudge doesn't want to go. They take a long journey. Jon-Tom succeeds in getting them past the problem, except for one time when Mudge has to save them. They get to the problem, and things go badly, until Jon-Tom manages to defeat/solve the problem. There is a hint that more adventures continue. When the next book starts, those adventures haven't appeared, but details from the previous story have been dropped.

For this book, problem = An evil wizard who may be from Jon-Tom's world that's taken over a town. Problem Mudge has to solve = Plated folk colony. Dropped threads into the next novel = the troup of otters they've picked up along the way.

Last book, problem = Clothahump's headache. Problem Mudge has to solve = the bandit (not pirate) band. Dropped threads = Roseroar, the unicorn, and Folly (what happened to all of them?)

That said, they're entertaining escapist fiction. If you've liked the others, you'll like this one.
Jaiarton
This books quality is not as good as the last three I read but still, I enjoyed it completly. It was readable and whenever I set my book down I wanted to keep on reading. The novel did a decent job at reflcting real life to that makes you feel the events in the story really happened. There are refrences to our world and conflicts seem to be more real life than fiction where they appear to miracuasly get resolved. I enjoyed almost all the books. Sure, there are some small gaps when it comes to quality but eventually, the author managed to redeem this with funny wisecracks from Mudge or highly climactic moments that feel original. If you like reading old sci-fy novels, buy this book and just sit back and read because this book is almost a perfect read.
Abandoned Electrical
I am a huge fan of Alan Dean Foster and particularly the Spellsinger series. The Moment Of The Magician turned out to be a hard book to find in the secondhand shops in my hometown Cairns in Queensland, Australia. So to finally get it at Amazon at a ridiculously low price was a real boon to me. Although several reviewers seem to have some reservations about the Spellsinger series I'm not among them. Apart from the final book Chorus Skating, which suffers from an incredibly slow beginning, none of the books have really disappointed me. I enjoy the insane things the characters do in these books and I don't mind the episodic nature of them or the fact that talking animals are among the main characters. That just reminds me of storytelling time from my childhood. Good on ya, Alan! So to all those whingers out there, you don't know a good thing when you see one. Stop being so po-faced and enjoy the insanity and bedlam. I can get serious on the news.
Beardana
Your favourite crew is back for another adventure. Mudge and Jon-Tom are dispatched by Clothahump to answer an urgent request for aid from a fellow magician. Fun and strangeness follow leading up to the confrontation with a strange man who may be from Jon-Tom's world. A fun read.
Brakora
favorite from early years a lot of fun read
Dorilune
A hidden literary gem.
Mr_TrOlOlO
Thanks to Alan Dean Foster for his writings.
Always enjoyed Fosters work . Could have been a little more fast paced, but still a very good read.