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This book is very cute, about self awareness, full of magic and puns.
It is thoroughly enjoyable to travel on the adventure with Tandy and Smash and wonderful to meet some of their friends along teh way such as the Siren and a Dryad.
I have recently decided to read the Xanth series and came time for this book.
There were many less puns in this novel of Xanth, where souls were in danger. An ogre travels the unknown areas of Xanth in search of an answer to a question he never asked. Read morePublished 29 days ago by ccneal
This is a very silly book (if you omit the chilling allegory on free will that pops up randomly in the middle). However I must have re-read it 20 times. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Aison
It's a very good Xanth Novel and has to be read to in order to follow the series.
Great series book and we come to find the Ogre an endearing character along with his... Read more
I loved this series as a kid. I found the first book in the series and decided to reredad and collect the entire series. Was very fast delivery and in excellent shape.Published 7 months ago by Matt
The author originally intended when he published the first "Xanth" comic fantasy novel, "A Spell for Chameleon" in 1977 that the series would be a trilogy. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Marshall Lord
Could you make a sequel or something?
Mabie you could make a book that takes place before this one?
I loved these books as a teenager, and my 11 year old is now devouring them at tremendous speed. The Xanth novels do have a little sexual innuendo, but my kid assures me it's... Read morePublished 9 months ago by C. Morris
I began reading Piers Anthony when I was a teenager. As an adult I wanted to go back and reread the stories to see if my perception had changed. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Raymond Jones