Book Reviews of Echoes of the Fourth Magic (Chronicles of Ynis Aielle)

Echoes of the Fourth Magic (Chronicles of Ynis Aielle)
Echoes of the Fourth Magic - Chronicles of Ynis Aielle
Author: R.A. Salvatore
ISBN-13: 9780345421913
ISBN-10: 0345421914
Publication Date: 9/28/1998
Pages: 352
Rating:
  • Currently 2.8/5 Stars.
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2.8 stars, based on 19 ratings
Publisher: Del Rey
Book Type: Paperback
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The extraordinary beginning of an epic series brimming with the unbridled action, adventure, and imagination that have made the name R. A. Salvatore synonymous with the best in fantasy!

Jeff "Del" DelGuidice was proud of his assignment to the research submarine The Unicorn. But his mission had barely begun when the vessel was sucked into a mysterious underseas void where time stood still, before propelling it forward, through the centuries. The crew surfaced in a strange, magical world changed forever by nuclear holocaust. Here a race of angelic beings had taken pity on the remnants of humankind, offering a chosen few a precious second chance.
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Lots of thoughtful philosophizing. More than just a science fiction story. A group of characters are on a submarine when they are caught in a freak storm and pulled into a time warp. The author does a good job of illustrating how each of the characters deal with the changes in his own way.
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Book one of The Chronicles of Ynis Aielle trilogy. When a U.S. submarine set out from Miami in the Devils Triangle, it is drawn through a strange portal to a strange land awaiting its foretold redeemer where chaos and magic now rule
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One of his early works. i didn't like this too much. read some of his work for the forgotten realms series. way better.