The Complete Compleat Enchanter

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Baen Books, 1989 - Fiction - 532 pages
18 Reviews
Due to popular demand, Harold Shea of The Compleat Enchanter has had new adventures which have been published separately as The Enchanter Completed. Now, Baen Books presents a single volume of all the adventures of Harold Shea, master logician and wizard without peer.

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Review: The Complete Compleat Enchanter (The Incompleat Enchanter #1-5)

User Review  - Morgan - Goodreads

Reasonably entertaining, but the individual sections of it all come to conclusions that are so abrupt they're unsatisfying. It really demonstrates that there's a difference between finishing a story and merely ending it. Read full review

Review: The Complete Compleat Enchanter (The Incompleat Enchanter #1-5)

User Review  - Harpoon - Goodreads

This is a set of five stories, with the premise that a couple of academicians figure out how to use logic to transport themselves to a fantasy world where magic works but modern technology doesn't ... Read full review

About the author (1989)

L. Sprague de Camp, a SFWA Grand Master and winner of the World Fantasy Award for Life Achievement, wrote the definitive biography of Conan's creator, Robert E. Howard. De Camp died in 2000.

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