Book Reviews of Serpent Mage (Death Gate, Bk 4)

Serpent Mage (Death Gate, Bk 4)
Serpent Mage - Death Gate, Bk 4
Author: Margaret Weis, Tracy Hickman
ISBN-13: 9780553083101
ISBN-10: 0553083104
Publication Date: 1992
Pages: 407
  • Currently 4.4/5 Stars.

4.4 stars, based on 12 ratings
Publisher: Spectra
Book Type: Hardcover
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reviewed Serpent Mage (Death Gate, Bk 4) on + 26 more book reviews
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Death Gate Cycle book 4 of 7. A very well written fantasy series of a future of the Earth where magic has sundered the world into 4 new worlds, each completely different. Each book stands alone to a large extent but each also tends to build onits predecessors.
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This is fantasy amped up a notch and it is great. I read all seven and have just posted them all. I loved each and every one. Great, memorable characters and adventures galore. Weis and Hickman are legends for a reason.
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The fourth volume of the authors' Death Gate Cycle, begun with Dragon Wing , moves to Chelestra, Realm of Sea, last of the four worlds created by the Sartan during the Sundering in their battle against the Patryns. The inhabitants of this world--dwarves, elves and humans--are in grave danger: the seasun, source of light and life to the seamoons on which they dwell, is moving away. When the vessels in which they were to escape are destroyed by malignant, highly intelligent dragon-snakes, three children, scions of the ruling families, undergo adventures and encounter Haplo, the Patryn escaped from imprisonment in the Labyrinth who has been traveling the worlds of the Death's Gate fomenting discord. Meanwhile, Alfred, the last remaining Sartan, also translated to the water world, is reunited with others of his kind, including Samah, who initiated the Sundering and has been in suspended animation since. The stage for escalated conflict is set. The worlds created by Weis and Hickman become more attractively complex with each book of the series.
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This entire series was very good. Definitely recommended.
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After the four worlds Alfred has at last found his people on Chelstra, the realm of sea. But his travels have taught him to be cautious... and Alfred soon realizes his caution is justified, even among his own kind. The one person Alfred can trust is, strangely, Haplo the Patryn. But Haplo's lord has decreed all Sartan to be the enemy, and Haplo dares not go against his lord. Now the companions have arrived in a land where humans, elves, and dwarves have learned to live in peace. Unaware of an even greater threat to all the realms, it is Sartan and Patryn who will disrupt this alliance of the lesser races in their struggle to gain control of all four worlds. Only Alfred and Haplo realize that they have a much older -- and more powerful -- enemy than each other...
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This is a fantastic GOT to read the first 3 books to get this one completely.
It expounds on the building friendship of Alfred and Haplo- mortal enemies-and the breakdown in their hatred for each other's people. Light is shone on the history and mystery of this ancient hatred.
This book made me instantly open up book 5 as soon as i finished it's last page!
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Death Gate Cycle Volumne 4