Book Reviews of Godslayer / Shadow Climber / Dragonrank Master (The Bifrost Guardians)

Godslayer / Shadow Climber / Dragonrank Master (The Bifrost Guardians)
Godslayer / Shadow Climber / Dragonrank Master - The Bifrost Guardians
Author: Mickey Zucker Reichert
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ISBN-13: 9780886779191
ISBN-10: 0886779197
Publication Date: 7/1/2000
Pages: 672
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: DAW
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Godslayer / Shadow Climber / Dragonrank Master (The Bifrost Guardians) on + 101 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
The first three books in the Bifrost Guradians series all in one volume! Adventure along and meet Al Larson locked in an elvish body an transported to another world, Taziar Medakan who can stay one with the shadows and Fenris Wolf who with Hel herself seek vengeance on Al Larson and his allies. This story will take you from mythical lands to Vietnam. You won't be bored.
reviewed Godslayer / Shadow Climber / Dragonrank Master (The Bifrost Guardians) on + 20 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
A fun Fantasy read. Some parts were formulaic and predictable and yet the yarn was spun in a manner and language that still made the characters and story fun and interesting. Additionally there were enough parts of the story that were original that the reader is kept interested throughout the story.
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Helpful Score: 1
Excellent series! Very exciting and I made it all the way through (which is saying something)!
reviewed Godslayer / Shadow Climber / Dragonrank Master (The Bifrost Guardians) on
Transparent writing and an interesting premise: a soldier in the Vietnam war as a fantasy world hero. The second book in this volume is pure fantasy with a different set of characters, but they converge in the third. I didn't like the second volume (next three books) as much, but I've reread this first several times, and it can stand without the second.