The Hand of Chaos - Margaret Weis Reviews
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Newest Review: ... came over me. I'd been reading this series for some time now, I'd explored for new worlds with our anti-hero Haplo - ... more
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by - written on 16/01/08 (Very useful, 13 readings)
There comes a point in a long running series of x number of fantasy novels that you begin to wonder if a) the thing will ever end and b) why on earth you ever undertook the somewhat immense project of reading them in the first place. When I last read the Hand of Chaos an immense feeling of hopelessness and despair came over me. I'd been reading this series for some time now, I'd explored for new worlds with our anti-hero Haplo - incidentally, his conversion to good in this novel is pretty much complete, anyway - and I was eager to see the plot and intrigue open up and the characters and scenarios of all four worlds interacting. Well, its afe to say that ... Read the complete review
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