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eBook The Yoke of Magic (Swords of Raemllyn) epub
  • ISBN: 0441948413
  • Author: Robert Vardeman
  • Genre: Fantasy
  • Subcategory: Fantasy
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Ace; Reissue edition (March 15, 1986)
  • ePUB size: 1646 kb
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A Yoke Of Magic (Swords of Raemllyn Book 2). Robert E. Vardeman. This is the first book in the Swords of Raemllyn fantasy series. Its style of fantasy follows in the tradition of L. Sprague de Camp and Fritz Leiber, in what can be termed "Swords, Sorcery, and Se. (NOTE: Those who hate ALL fantasy books will probably not make an exception for this on. The tale primarily concerns the adventures of the thief Davin Anane (who wrestles with feelings of honor and guilt), his brawling companion Goran One-Eye (a non-human trapped in a human's body), and Lijena (a woman who is ensnared in unfortunate chains of events).

Series: Swords of Raemllyn. Swirling through the realm are winds of rebellion fed by greed, lust for power and the need to possess the magical sword of Raemllyn's first king, Kwerin Bloodhawk. By Robert E. Vardeman & Geo. W. Proctor. In the wrong hands magic will rule-and ruin. Freebooters Davin Anane and Goran One-Eye face demons unleashed as they struggle to save the lovely Lijena from her horrendous destiny-and to deliver a kingdom to its rightful ruler.

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Robert Edward Vardeman (sometimes called Vardebob) (born 1947) is an American science fiction fan and writer. Vardeman was born in Mineral Wells, Texas, but is a longtime resident of Albuquerque, New Mexico. He graduated from the University of New Mexico with a . in materials science.

To Demons Bound by Robert E. Vardeman and Ge. Scanned by BW-SciFi TO DEMONS BOUND An Ace Fantasy Book, published by arrangement with the authors PRINTING HISTORY Ace Original/March 1985 All rights reserved. Vardeman and Geo. For information address: The Berkley Publishing Group, 200 Madison Avenue, New York, New York 10016.

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Title: Swords of Raemllyn: Volume 2: Bk. 2 Author(s): George Proctor, Robert Vardeman ISBN: 0-450-56315-4 .

Swords Raemlly Yoke of Magic. Author:Vardeman Robert E. Publisher:Ace Books. Science Fiction & Fantasy. World of Books Australia was founded in 2005. Each month we recycle over . million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sites.

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Comments: (5)
Skillet
I like this series more than it deserves I think. The writing is okay, but the story is pretty strong and carries you on. Very pulp-y--the kind of thing you'd find as a B or C story in Heavy Metal or Weird Tales back in the day.
Helo
If you are buying this book for anything other then the Kindle don't bother downloading it. It has what they call DRM (Digital Rights Management). In a nutshell, They take your money and hold your book for ransom, I have used Calibre and still am out of luck.
Rainpick
In fairness, this book is simply the midsection of an extended story. Starting with the superior "To Demons Bound" this is the second of the Swords of Raemllyn series. I was tempted to rate this 3 stars because of its episodic nature, but it wouldn't really be fair to rate it, in isolation, lower than the surrounding two books. The amusing adventures continue from the first book; and the nature of the heroes' quest(s) becomes clearer. There is a noteworthy surprise midway through as a character named Glylina appears! Some shortcomings of this volume are that some of the episodes feel superfluous to advancing the plot, one or two gags have gotten a bit repetitive, and the fact that in the U.S. this book was published as a separate volume rather than combined with surrounding ones in the series (a fault corrected in the U.K.). But I have finished re-reading this book AND book 3 at the time of writing this review, and feel that the first 3 books of the series should be judged as a unit (as they were published in the U.K., possibly found through amazon.uk) and they earn the 4-star, superior, rating. Despite some flaws, they are page-turners! (In my youth when first reading this book 17 years ago, I had no such misgivings as listed above, and thus my former self gives a full 4 stars.) 6.3hrs.
Paxondano
Loved it, but not as much as the first book. There are a few things I just didn't like about this one. First, the author reprints the last chapter of To Demons Bound as the first chapter of this one. Second Lijena, the female lead, just cannot catch a break. It seems she cannot keep from being hunted or abused from every man in this story and the fact that she is possessed by a demon just makes her situation even worse. This book is not a stand alone book. It is part of a larger story that spans nine books. So that needs to be understood going into it because there is not a clear resolution.
Grari
A great book with a great storyline, something you can get stuck into and have a good laugh about, but it still retains the basic storyline and doesn't deviate from it. It managed to continue the first story(To Demons Bound) really well and I only have two complaints. 1. The writers, in the second chapter of this story, repeated the second last chapter of the last story which got a touch boring. 2.Sometimes, in this book, the speech style of Davin changes, and I'm wondering if that's on purpose(high style because he's of the nobility) or if that's just a place where the writers' styles haven't mingled well.
Other than those two points I thought the book was great and would recommend it to anyone who wants to try a light hearted sci-fi fantasy novel.
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