Wizard War

Wizard War

Hugh Cook / Sep 16, 2019

Wizard War FROM THE BOTTOMLESS WELL OF SECRETSep in the heart of the Forbidden Zone in the mysterious Dry Pit an object has vanished It is a simple artifact yet potent enough to conquer the world And it has b

  • Title: Wizard War
  • Author: Hugh Cook
  • ISBN: 9780445207004
  • Page: 225
  • Format: Paperback
  • FROM THE BOTTOMLESS WELL OF SECRETSep in the heart of the Forbidden Zone, in the mysterious Dry Pit, an object has vanished It is a simple artifact, yet potent enough to conquer the world And it has been stolen by an evil wizard named Heenmor.Three men of the mystical arts have been sent by the Confederation of Wizards to seek out the renegade, destroy him, andFROM THE BOTTOMLESS WELL OF SECRETSep in the heart of the Forbidden Zone, in the mysterious Dry Pit, an object has vanished It is a simple artifact, yet potent enough to conquer the world And it has been stolen by an evil wizard named Heenmor.Three men of the mystical arts have been sent by the Confederation of Wizards to seek out the renegade, destroy him, and recapture the lethal magic he has stolen They are a powerful lot.Green eyed Miphon is a wizard and skilled healer ancient Phyphor is learned enough to be very dangerous and apprentice Garash is impulsive, careless, and some say, amoral Together they will join forces with fierce Rovac warriors to contend with burning battlefields, magic bottles, and dragons run amok and ultimately, the traitor and thief who lurks among them.

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        Hugh Cook was a cult author whose works blend fantasy and science fiction He is best known for his epic series The Chronicles of an Age of Darkness.Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this name.


    739 Comments

    1. All four stars are earned for the dizzyingly original and wonderful system of magic, and the realistically drawn characters (not to mention the insane destructiveness, everything is destroyed constantly in this book). I was a little put off by the usual tedium that accompanies the fantasy genre in the form of characters walking across the map. There is a lot of walking.While the characters feel real, Cook only consistently penetrates the personalities of a couple and one is a badass swordsman fr [...]




    2. Amusing read - surprisingly good. Also occasionally quite grim. 3 likable heroes, and you get to know what they eat when traveling.


    3. I read this book in my early teens, compelled by the very interesting and colorful cover. Unfortunately, I found it to be rather bland and forgettable. It took me several tries to get through, as pacing lags, often. The plot itself is a bit muddy, and I was consistently confused as to precisely what the main characters were trying to accomplish. The only thing that really saves this novel is the "pox doctor" wizard, a properly unlikely hero who is generous and kind, though his efforts tend to go [...]


    4. So, a few hundred pages into the book I realized that I had read it before. I plunged on regardless, as I couldn't remember a thing about it.In a few years I'm sure I won't remember anything again. Except for a few descriptive events the book is wholly a forgettable story of bromance scorned and incredibly poor decisions by the group of 'heroes'. The book isn't horrible written, but surely you have something better to read for 600 pages.


    5. Had this book lying around my shelves since college, unread. Picked it up recently for light bedtime reading. Not an awesome book. A fairly conventional plot with seriously uneven pacing and characters whose personality traits drift over time. A lot of "just so" plot twists and poorly-developed antagonists. Not bad enough to avoid if you happen to have a copy, but not good enough to seek out.


    6. Excellent swords & sorcery novel, with engaging characters, bloody action, interesting magic, dragons, pirates, and more. It's too bad that the sequels aren't very good, as this first book is excellent. Fortunately it's a stand-alone novel, so there's no reason to bother with the sequels unless you really feel the need to read them.


    7. I loved this book. Its been quite awhile since I've read it but it was my favorite book for a long time I loved the way the author described the sorrow of the mountain that killed itself there were many other many other great aspects of the book but since I no longer have this book and have not read it in a long time I do not remember everything lol


    8. A truly grim and dark fantasy world, very realistic in it's grittiness, filled with ruthless soldiers, psycho rulers, and twisted wizards, with only the occasional sympathetic, if not exactly moral, characters. The concept of magic in this setting is quite intriguing.


    9. I think this might actually be the worst book I've ever read. The combination of purple prose, nonsense "fantasy" words, and sentence fragments makes reading a chore, and the unlikable characters and slap-dash plot don't make slogging through worthwhile.


    10. I rather enjoyed this book in my younger reading days. The magic "gimicks" are probably what made it most itneresting to me. The over all plot needed a little work but the characters were interesting and, at the time, it was nice to read a non-typical non-epic piece of writing.


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