Question Quest - Piers Anthony Reviews
Description:ISBN 0380759489 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Piers Anthony / Edition: First THUS / Mass Market Paperback / 368 Pages / Book is published 1991-10 by Avon Books
Newest Review: ... book. Before I carry on with my review the adult conspiracy is not as dirty as it sounds .The book does not really feature ... more
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by - written on 29/12/10 (Very useful, 13 readings)
Question Quest is the 14th book in the Xanth series and is written by author Piers Anthony. Piers Anthony's Xanth series is just full of Puns this is no different. I expected there to be less puns in this book as at the end of the last book in the authors notes he had said the books from 13 onwards would be different. I was worried at first this meant that he would change his style of writing but luckily there are only a few changes. There seems to be more about the adult conspiracy (summoning the stork or to you and me baby making) in this book. Before I carry on with my review the adult conspiracy is not as dirty as it sounds .The book ... Read the complete review
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