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I read and enjoyed the entire Darwath series some time ago.
Mages worked with scientists to increase their knowledge of technology and its merging with magic to create incredible machines and powerfully advanced technology.
It's not to say that he doesn't experience emotion or pain or fear, but rather that within his tribal upbringing, it is death to lay claim to such feelings.
The Icefalcon is an interesting enigma of a character throughout Barbara Hambly's "Darwath" series. This book, "Icefalcon's Quest," is designed to flesh out and give the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by David A. Lessnau
Icefalcon gets his day in the sun. Great story as I have to come to expect from Hambly. Her talent is so fine.Published 14 months ago by gem
Lacks the flow of the others in the series, I expected more closure. Still as sci-fi goes is gave some surprises.Published on September 22, 2012 by TLC
I have read her books several times, owned the paperbacks, traded them and bought them again. Even owned them all once in hard cover. Read morePublished on September 21, 2012 by Richard E. McCormick
If this is the last book in the series, then something is missing. I am waiting for something that says 'final'.Published on September 21, 2012 by Virginia C. Szablewski
I have very much enjoyed the Darwath Series. The latest book fits well with the others and gives more insight into what brought the Ice Falcon to the service of a "barbarian" king. Read morePublished on September 21, 2012 by Aeryn
Every fantasy world, it seems, must have its barbarians, and in Hambly's world it's the White Raiders (so called because most of them have very pale hair), a society made up of a... Read morePublished on April 18, 2009 by Chrijeff