Read the entire trilogy three times since they were first released.
This was the first book by Chalker I have ever read, so I think it speaks highly of him as an author and it gave me an entirely new look on my life and the world.
The only series that comes close, and I consider in second place for the world book award, is the Golden Queen series by Dave Wolverton now David Farland.
So I read constantly, sometimes three or four books a day, this is the best book ever written. I have found no books which even comes close to the intimate and genuine world... Read morePublished on January 29, 2012 by Inara
One of the best story lines I've ever read. Read the entire trilogy three times since they were first released. Too bad you can't get them in hardback set.Published on November 21, 2001 by Rob
Being the first Chalker book I read, I was quite impressed with it. It's quite tough to put into words. Read morePublished on June 26, 2001 by Kelnar
Behold the horned demon of the snows...who calls himself Klittlchorn, and schemes to destroy all of Akahlar. Read morePublished on June 24, 2001
I was only 11 when I first read this book, and I read it in the unitary format, so it was a real challenge for my mind to read. Read morePublished on January 21, 2001 by Stephanie
2 stars for me equates to fair, I felt like this world was a little bit two dimensional. I had no interest in what happened to the characters, and athough there were enough... Read morePublished on February 21, 2000 by P. Ortman