Crewel Lye

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Random House Publishing Group, Mar 26, 2002 - Fiction - 320 pages
78 Reviews
Jordan was a ghost in Castle Roogna now. Although once he had been the most valorus of knights--that is, until he was betrayed by two wily magicians and the woman he loves. Now, if he only can remember how he was killed, he'll be able to reassemble his body. And he is getting impatient....


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Review: Crewel Lye (Xanth #8)

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Lower rating as the formula seemed to be repeating as far as character introduction, something happens, resolution. Add puns for flavoring. Yet still I kept reading awaiting each one. Read full review

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User Review  - Deven Elliott - Goodreads

Lower rating as the formula seemed to be repeating as far as character introduction, something happens, resolution. Add puns for flavoring. Yet still I kept reading awaiting each one. Read full review

Contents

Callicantzari
30
Elf
40
Bundle of
54
Heros Challenge
69
Mountain of Flesh
85
Tarasque
97
Threnody
114
Demon Striation
128
Sword and Stone
147
Gnobody Gnomes
162
Knightmare
178
ldiocy
192
Cruel
206
Caustic Truth
217
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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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