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by Donald Aamodt

eBook A Troubling Along the Border epub
  • ISBN: 038075827X
  • Author: Donald Aamodt
  • Genre: Fantasy
  • Subcategory: Fantasy
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Avon Books; First Edition edition (December 1, 1991)
  • ePUB size: 1542 kb
  • FB2 size 1668 kb
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I hadn't read the previous book in the set but after reading this one it makes me want to find it. The characters (especially Sandy) have that gritty quality that makes them seem more real. They're not all smiles and love. The way that the author includes a bit of future history at the end (Aku the Great, etc. et al) and leaves Sandy out of it was an interesting twist.

Sandy MacGregor doesn't want to be a hero.

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Donald looked sharply at the speaker. He did not underestimate Billie,and knew that many times the fat boy had proven to be far from being thenumbskull he pretended he was. "Well, whatever put that notion in your head," Donald observed, "it's astrue as anything going. Remember that I've only run across a batch ofthese cliff-dwellers once, when dad took me to see the wonderfulColorado Canyon, where heaps of their rock homes can be seen high up inthe walls of the biggest hole in all the world. So that what I knowabout these Zunis we're on the way to visit I've.

Unwillingly transported through time and space to the planet Zarathandra, Sandy MacGregor is used for selfish purposes by the power-hungry Goddess, and he must journey to the dread region between two battling worlds to confront an evil usurper
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I hadn't read the previous book in the set but after reading this one it makes me want to find it. The characters (especially Sandy) have that gritty quality that makes them seem more real. They're not all smiles and love. The way that the author includes a bit of future history at the end (Aku the Great, etc. et al) and leaves Sandy out of it was an interesting twist. Just goes to show no matter how much you do, if you're not a favorite with the higher ups you don't get any credit. If the first is anything like this one then I'm sure to like it.
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