Book Reviews of Second Book of Swords (Book of the Swords, Bk 2)

Second Book of Swords (Book of the Swords, Bk 2)
Second Book of Swords - Book of the Swords, Bk 2
Author: Fred Saberhagen
ISBN-13: 9780812553406
ISBN-10: 0812553403
Publication Date: 5/1987
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Tor Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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This is a good read, as you know if you've read #1. Order#3 now!
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Great series! 12 swords forged by a god. Each with its own powers.
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The first trilogy of books in this series is fantastic!!!
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For a game the gods have given the world twelve Swords of Power, so they might be amused as the nations go to war for possession of them. But Vulcan Swordmaker has had his little joke: the Swords can kill the gods. What started out as a Divine Jest has become all too serious. Now the gods want their swords back, but even gods must tread most carefully when faced with the Swords of Power.
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A disappointing follow-up to such a promising first book.
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For a game the gods have given the world twelve Swords of Power so that they might be amused as the nations go to war for possession of them. But Vulcan Swordmaker has had his little joke: the Swords can kill the gods themselves. What started out as Divine Jest has become all too serious. Now the gods want their swords back--but even gods must tread most carefully when faced with the Swords of Power.