Xone of Contention

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Tor, 1999 - Fiction - 304 pages
17 Reviews
After a year filled with harrowing adventures, all Breanna of the Black Wave and her new-found love, Justin Tree, want is a little time to get to know each other better and explore the wonders of the enchanted land of Xanth. But their incipient idyll is soon shattered by a stunning discovery. A climatic catastrophe is causing a massive meltdown that threatens to inundate the ancient forests of Xanth.
The only way to avert this dire disaster is to undertake a voyage into the distant mists of the past, to find the moment when this ghastly greenhouse effect began. And the only people who can safely make that journey are those unaffected by Xanth's magic - normal, ordinary humans from our own world.

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Review: Xone of Contention (Xanth #23)

User Review  - Jeremiah Johnson - Goodreads

This story was quite dull. I really didn't care about what was going on most of the time. I really don't understand Chlorine's amazement by cars when she travels to Mundania. They spent time in an RV ... Read full review

Review: Xone of Contention (Xanth #23)

User Review  - Beorn - Goodreads

Great Xanth novel - the usual breath of fresh air bag of fun. Read full review

About the author (1999)

Piers Anthony Dillingham Jacob was born in August, 1934, in Oxford, England. He graduated from Goddard College in Vermont in 1956. He became a naturalized U.S. citizen while serving in the United States Army in 1958. He served in the U.S. Army from 1957-1959. In 1977, he received a British Fantasy Award for A Spell for a Chameleon. Anthony's family emigrated to the United States from Britain when he was six. Highly popular because of his science fiction and fantasy works, Anthony is also known for the Jason Striker series and martial arts novels co-written with Roberto Fuentes. A highly prolific author, Anthony's other works include Bio of a Space Tyrant, Cluster, and the Omnivore series. Anthony makes his home in Tampa, Florida. He also writes under the pseudonym Robert Piers.

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