Warriors of the Storm

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Ballantine Books, Jul 1, 1987 - Fiction - 338 pages
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shapechanger capable of absorbing the body and memories of any organic being. Without the information only Vulture can collect, the rebels will never succeed in gathering the five rings necessary to defeat Master System. Now an unknown entity seems to be giving Vulture an unseen hand. But the question is -- whose side is it on?

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Review: Warriors of the Storm (Rings of the Master #3)

User Review  - Kevin Driskill - Goodreads

This galactic soiree carries the rebels to innumerable worlds looking for the means to free themselves. A wonderful series and stretches the imagination to new limits. Read full review

Review: Warriors of the Storm (Rings of the Master #3)

User Review  - Lew - Goodreads

This was the third in the book in the series. This was an ok series and good enough to keep reading this book and to want to finish the series. Read full review

Contents

The Price of Success
1
The Price of Success
12
The Ring of Peace
44
Copyright

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About the author (1987)

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, on December 17, 1944, Jack L. Chalker earned a graduate degree in English and history from Johns Hopkins University. Between 1966 to 1978, Chalker taught history and geography in the Baltimore public school system, but now makes a living solely as a freelance writer. Chalker is the founder and sole owner of a publishing house, The Mirage Press, Ltd., which produces nonfiction and bibliographic works on science fiction and fantasy. Chalker has written Gods of the Well of Souls, a story of a ship-wrecked man, and The Changewinds, an account of two young women caught up in the fury of a powerful band of sorcerers. He has received numerous honors, including the Dedalus Award in 1983, the Gold Medal of the West Coast Review of Books award in 1984, the Skylark Award in 1985, and the Hamilton-Brackett Memorial Award in 1979. Chalker lives in western Maryland.

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