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The Power & the Prophet: Pelmen The Powershaper Was Over His Head In Trouble Trouble Was Nothing New To Him, But This Time It Was Too MuchHis Beloved Serphimera Had Left Him Without A Word Of Farewell His Old Rival, The Sorceress Mar Yilot, Had Vowed To Kill Him And His Friend Dorlyth Mod Karis, Ngandib Mar, Seat Of The Power Pelmen Obeyed Was On The Brink Of Bitter Internal War, And Chaomonous Was Again Threatening To Invade Even The Formerly Peaceful Tugoliths Were Marching Into Ngandib Mar To Wreak Slaughter And DestructionNow Young Rosha Mod Dorlyth Was Trying To Get Into The High Fortress To Confront The Evil Sorcerer Flayh Who Controlled ItIt Seemed That Some Dark Nemesis Was Dogging Pelmen S Footsteps And There Was Nothing He Could Do About ItHe Did The Only Thing He CouldHe Headed Into The Trouble


10 thoughts on “The Power & the Prophet:

  1. says:

    Well that finishes this trilogy, this last book is actually better than I remembered It is the perfect tying up of all the many threads of this amazing trilogy The ending of this book is satisfying on so many levels, yet at the same time bittersweet for I would haveof these awesome characters that the author created Sadly though the author wrote a dualogy, it is set in the time of the dragon s creation well before any of these beloved ones were alive So, this is all there is My hat of Well that finishes this trilogy, this last book is actually better than I remembered It is the perfect tying up of all the many threads of this amazing trilogy The ending of this book is satisfying on so many levels, yet at the same time bittersweet for I would haveof these awesome characters that the author created Sadly though the author wrote a dualogy, it is set in the time of the dragon s creation well before any of these beloved ones were alive So, this is all there is My hat off to Robert Don Hughes for such an incredible creation, that was pure joy to read again


  2. says:

    Bob Hughes is a GREAT story teller I ve known Bob for years and am not sure why it took me this long to pick up his fantasy trilogy, but these books were well worth the effort to find they ve been out of print for a number of years I suppose the most remarkable point in this third book is Bob s picture of redemption While Bob is a devoted Christian, he is not heavy handed This book is fiction and not theology after all But, he doesn t let us leave the story without a reminder that our red Bob Hughes is a GREAT story teller I ve known Bob for years and am not sure why it took me this long to pick up his fantasy trilogy, but these books were well worth the effort to find they ve been out of print for a number of years I suppose the most remarkable point in this third book is Bob s picture of redemption While Bob is a devoted Christian, he is not heavy handed This book is fiction and not theology after all But, he doesn t let us leave the story without a reminder that our redemption has been paid with blood


  3. says:

    Slightly darker than the first two books, but delivering a comedic blow here and there Thank you Mr Hughes for this series.


  4. says:

    This was a great read I kind of wish it did not endThe writing was excellent it had a few little clerical errors but for book this side you far did a great job


  5. says:

    This novel works fine, and is generally all right this is very faint praise because I felt that this final volume in the only trilogy Hughes has actually finished failed to live up to the promise of the second volume in the series That novel _The Wizard in Waiting_ was very good and rarely tipped its narrative hand, unlike several events in this book Hughes was still a rather young and inexperienced writer when this book was published and, quite possibly, he overextended his ambition for th This novel works fine, and is generally all right this is very faint praise because I felt that this final volume in the only trilogy Hughes has actually finished failed to live up to the promise of the second volume in the series That novel _The Wizard in Waiting_ was very good and rarely tipped its narrative hand, unlike several events in this book Hughes was still a rather young and inexperienced writer when this book was published and, quite possibly, he overextended his ambition for the series a touch here Myths often have unsatisfying endings, and Hughes, in this trilogy, presents a _generalized_ Christian myth in an epic fantasy setting I ll be interested to see how the two books of his unfinished prequel trilogy compare to his first foray into the fantasy genre


  6. says:

    I ended up liking it The author s Baptist ministry became much clearer as the Power came to dominate the story eversaw a lot of Lord of the Rings references, themes, even plot points The characters were fairly stock I can only think of a few who changed at all in 1000 pages I don t know that I d recommend this series to most people but I enjoyed it.


  7. says:

    Quite enjoyable quirky read


  8. says:

    This book is published by Venture Press.


  9. says:

    Very good ending to the trilogy good writing and plot make this a nice read Very recommended


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