Tuesday, August 16, 1994


by Alan Dean Foster

A young musician finds himself in a rough sword-and-sorcery world of anthropomorphic animals. I'm not used to books with narrators that, while hooking to one character's perception (Jon-Tom's) in general, are omniscient; so that bothered me a bit. And it was redundant in a few places. But it was very well crafted, if not incredibly brilliantly written, and inspiringly imaginative. A good series to get into.

[read twice]

four stars

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