The Hickory Staff - Robert Scott Reviews
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Newest Review: ... who, I am very happy to admit...swear. Oh yes. You won't find that in Eragon. When they fall through a portal into another ... more
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Pages: 592, Paperback, Gollancz
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by - written on 28/08/09 (Useful, 28 readings)
This book is a fantasy novel, but is a refreshing change from the typical 15-year-old-boy-has-a-magic sword/dragon/destiny/shiny rock-and-defeats-evil fantasy book. This book instead revolves around two 20-something americans, who, I am very happy to admit...swear. Oh yes. You won't find that in Eragon. When they fall through a portal into another world, they do not go gallavanting off to try and find an elder, they do they sensible thing, and stay in the same place, and assume it is a dream. Later on, there is of course the usual trekking across rugged land on the back of a horse, surrounded by trusty individuals, on their way towards an evil ... Read the complete review
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