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Charon: A Dragon at the Gate (The Four Lord of the Diamond Book 3) Kindle Edition
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AMAZON charges $5.99 for the first book, then books 2 & 3 go up to $7.99 each and finally the final one at $9.99 ! Cleary AMAZON is sucking it for all they can at the expense of the customer, knowing that once a series has been started an avid reader will want to finish, AMAZON is abusing their position by ripping off the buyer. Beware!
The books in Jack L. Chalker's "Four Lords of the Diamond" series are:
1. Lilith: A Snake in the Grass (The Four Lords of the Diamond Book 1)
2. Cerberus: A Wolf in the Fold (The Four Lord of the Diamond Book 2)
3. Charon: A Dragon at the Gate (The Four Lord of the Diamond Book 3)
4. Medusa: A Tiger by the Tail (The Four Lord of the Diamond Book 4)
Though the series is now 20 years old, and not written in the style of modern science fiction, it is still enjoyable for all age brackets. For those of us who are 'older' fans, the style and content reflect the science fiction we grew up reading. As such, fans of 'cyber punk' and modern themes may not enjoy it, but it is still worthy of reading and as a reflection of how the genre has changed since the original days of "Astounding" and such magazines.
I bought the Kindle editions and the first two were perfect, a missed word here or there but nothing that interfered with the reading. Unfortunately Charon Was not as carefully converted to a kindle book.
There are entire sections of text missing, anything from half a word to entire paragraphs, just gone.
The only question it does answer is "how can you be in two places at once, when you're not anywhere at all?"
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