Centaur Aisle - Piers Anthony Reviews
Description:ISBN 0345352467 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Piers Anthony / Edition: 1st Ballantine Books Ed / Mass Market Paperback / 304 Pages ... more
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by - written on 19/05/10 (Very useful, 72 readings)
Centaur Isle is the fourth book in the Xaneth series written by author Piers Anthony. For those not aware of the series Xaneth is a magical land where each of its inhabitants each has their own magical talent. Xaneth is currently ruled by a king named Trent who has the ability to transform anybody into any form he wishes. He is very diplomatic and will not resort to using his magic unless he really has too. Book four has a character named Dor who is coming of age and must learn all he can so that someday he will be a good king. Dor's character has grown on me a bit as he grows through adulthood. I have started to see the importance of his magical ... Read the complete review
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