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Changer's Moon (Duel of Sorcery, Bk 3)
Changer's Moon - Duel of Sorcery, Bk 3
Author: Jo Clayton
The two contenders tossed the dice for the final contest. The Noris drew the Runner, the Sword, the Sorcerer, the Eye. He was pleased. The armies could march. The valley and all that was in it would be his. — The Indweller drew the Kingfisher, the Poet-warrior, the Priestess, the Magic Child. "The mix as before," she said, "but wit...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780886770655
ISBN-10: 0886770653
Publication Date: 8/6/1985
Pages: 352
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.

3.4 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: DAW
Book Type: Paperback
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The last book of the 'Duel of Sorcery' trilogy. With this book, the story just really fell apart. I strongly got the impression that Clayton was bored of the character and the situations.
Rather than developing the existing plot, she introduces something totally new - a different woman, on a different world - in a near-future scenario, fighting against both illness and a socially repressive, militaristic government. I got the definite impression this story was NOT written with this trilogy in mind at all.
But what she does is has Serroi (protagonist of the trilogy) ask for help in her situation, and a group of rebels from this totally different story come over to her world as mercenary refugees.
It's rather ridiculous, doesn't work as far as the structure of the book, and is non-essential to the story. General rule-of-thumb - DON'T change tack 3/4 of the way through a tale!
Ah well. What can you do?


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