Patricia A. McKillip's Riddle-Master trilogy is wonderful fantasy. While the middle book, Heir of Sea and Fire, is a bit slower than The Riddle Master of Hed or Harpist in the... Read morePublished 10 days ago by J. Laurence
I first purchased this series when it came out; I was in my first go around as a college student, and was looking for a strong heroine and a strong hero, without unnecessary... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Giadee
Every bit as thrilling of a read today as it was when I first read it as a kid.
I love the cloud of mystery surrounding the main character and how we all learn the truth... Read more
I have the Kindle version which includes ALL three volumes of this series!!! That is something that is NOT listed on the site and caused me to purchase book versions of the other... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Ralph Furlong
This book just didn't do it for me. A friend who loved it convinced me to read it, but I couldn't finish it. It was predictable, slow, and poorly written. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ray
McKillip is a wizard with language; its poetry sings off the page. Her characters, especially the young lovers Morgon and Raederle, are three-dimensional, and likeable. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mary C. Weisenburger
don't bother with this one. the dialogue was terrible and confusing. had three names per character, never knew who was talking. none of the characters were very likable. Read morePublished 1 month ago by c