Demons of the Dancing Gods

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Ballantine, 1984 - Fiction - 257 pages
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In Husaquahr, behind the cloak of seeming peace, evil was stirring again as the Dark Baron plotted with a Demon Prince to bring about Armageddon. Master Sorcerer Throckmorton P. Ruddygore could only trust one man with the mission of spying upon the evil villians: Joe. The only problem was, Joe had just been bitten by a weredog . . .

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Review: Demons of the Dancing Gods (Dancing Gods #2)

User Review  - Bryan457 - Goodreads

A great series. It is humorous while still having a great plotline. I like the characters. I like character development, and boy did I get it throughout this whole series. Read full review

Review: Demons of the Dancing Gods (Dancing Gods #2)

User Review  - Roxanne - Goodreads

Rearead in July 2012: This was a fun reread but not that great a book: a lot of preaching and not Chalker's best in my opinion. Dropping my rating to only two stars. I'll probably try the third book again too at some point and see how it holds up. Read full review

About the author (1984)

Jack L. Chalker was born in Baltimore, Maryland, on December 17, 1944. He received a B. A. degree in English from Towson University and a graduate degree in English and history from Johns Hopkins University. Before becoming a full-time writer in 1978, he taught history and geography in the Baltimore public school system. He founded a publishing house, The Mirage Press, Ltd., which produces nonfiction and bibliographic works on science fiction and fantasy. He was the author of several science fiction series including the Well World series, the Dancing Gods series, and the G. O. D. Inc. series. He 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 1980, and the Hamilton-Brackett Memorial Award in 1979. He died of kidney failure and sepsis on February 11, 2005.

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