Perilous Seas

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E-reads.com, Nov 1, 2002 - Fiction - 308 pages
34 Reviews
A princess and a stableboy? It sounds like the worst sort of hackneyed formula romance. Think again, for "A Man of His Word" may well be the most original fantasy you ever read. The magic is unique and applied in unexpected ways, some of which the late Lester del Rey admitted he had not met in fifty years as writer and editor. The world itself is unique--there are no humans in Pandemia, only imps, elves, gnomes, jotnar, and many more, all of whom you will recognize as "human". Hunted now by the fearsome warlock wardens who rule the world, Inos is convinced that Rap is dead. But Rap is not, and the tide may be about to turn...

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Review: Perilous Seas (A Man of His Word #3)

User Review  - Erinn - Goodreads

This series got better as it went. I just about gave it up in the first 3rd of the 1st book, but am glad I kept to it. Read full review

Review: Perilous Seas (A Man of His Word #3)

User Review  - Goodreads

This series got better as it went. I just about gave it up in the first 3rd of the 1st book, but am glad I kept to it. Read full review

About the author (2002)

Dave Duncan was born in Scotland in 1933. He graduated from the University of St. Andrews in 1955 and moved to Canada. He worked for 31 years as a geologist in the petroleum industry. He started writing novels in 1984 and became a full-time author in 1986. He has written over 40 novels including the series The Seventh Sword, A Man of His Word, A Handful of Men, The King's Blades, The Great Game, Years of Longdirk, King's Daggers, and Seventh Sword. He has also written under the names Sarah B. Franklin and Ken Hood.

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