Echoes of the Fourth Magic - R.A. Salvatore Reviews
Description:ISBN 0140152385 / Author: R.A. Salvatore / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / 320 pages
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Edition: Unabridged, Audio CD, Tantor Media, Inc
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by - written on 31/01/03, updated on 01/02/03 (Very useful, 103 readings)
Paradise Lost - the title of John Milton's unforgettable classic. Yet this title could not less describe this wonderful, wonderful tale by a very underrated and established author. I am a Salvatore fan, and this may be reflected in my tone and language, but this was the book that introduced me to the genre as well as the writer, and as a versed reader of this author's works, I will actually oppose most of his fans by labelling this as my all time favourite book. This was one of Rob Salvatore's first strikes onto the fantasy genre, following 'The Crystal Shard' and delving into the Forgotten Realms from the late 80s. Yet this was a break away ... Read the complete review
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