DoOon Mode

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Macmillan, Apr 15, 2002 - Fiction - 384 pages
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Beyond the world we know there is a multiverse of Modes where many strange realities interlock in an infinitely intricate pattern, and a perverse and deranged Emperor plays a deadly multidimensional game with human pawns as his slaves.

Now, with DoOon Mode, Piers Anthony at last delivers the breathtaking climax to this awesome saga. Fearing the heroine Coleen's dawning power, the depraved Emperor Ddwng dispatches a terrible Mind Monster to assault her soul and bend her to his will. To protect herself, and those she loves, Coleen must journey back through many worlds to her own home on Earth, face her deepest and darkest fears, and draw the strength for a final confrontation to save the multiverse from tyranny and domination.
 

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DoOon mode

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Fleeing a real world that has become too harsh for her to accept, Colleen enters a fantastic realm of varying "modes," where she finds a group of companions to accompany her on a journey toward ... Read full review

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This book is fine...everyone knows what to expect from Piers Anthony at this point. It doesn't exceed expectations, but it doesn't fall flat either. Read full review

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Contents

Felines
1
Dragon
41
Doe
87
Travel
133
Earth
181
Julia
228
Horse
274
Monster
319
Authors Note
369
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Piers Anthony is one of the world's most popular fantasy and science-fiction authors and a New York Times bestseller twenty-one times over. He is the author of series including Mode, Geodyssey and Xanth, which has been read and loved by millions of readers around the world. Piers Anthony lives in Inverness, Florida. Piers Anthony has a devoted fan following, and he daily receives hundreds of letters and emails from them. He lives in Inverness, Florida.

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