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“Mr. Card is giving a kind of tour of fantasy possibilities while integrating them into his intricately imagined system of magic. One of the system's charms is that it explains such a lot: what ghosts are (the fading “outselves” that mages can project), what fairies are (playful creations that mages make from trash, plants and petals), and why all Indo-European gods have such strong family resemblances. The hints of real history behind the families are especially enticing: I look forward to learning more.”
—The Wall Street Journal on The Lost Gate
I'd recommend the book because it's a continuation of the great ideas of the first book. Fair in and of itself.Published 3 days ago by Jim Dowda
Really is a good book. It has a nice twist to it. The book is a overall amazing novel written by Mr. Card.Published 19 days ago by Da
This book picks up where The Lost Gate finishes. It somewhat continues the story, but the ending is really terrible. Read more
I wanted to love this book but Orson Scott Card just fell short in developing his characters or building an interesting plot. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Leigh
I was profoundly disappointed with this book.
I've always been a huge fan of Orson Scott Card, but this book failed to even end, much less end well.
The stories and characters were as well written and interesting as usual for this author. I loved reading Danny's story and Wad's and all the other characters. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kelcey
Made up on the fly and quite unconvincing.
I don't event want to find twelve more words to finish this review.