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Geomancer - Well of Echoes book 1 (Anglais) Broché – 23 juillet 2003

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HASH(0xa251309c) étoiles sur 5 Here we go again. 15 août 2003
Par frumiousb - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
It is a little funny, because I am often so critical of Ian Irvine, but I keep buying and reading his books. There is a compliment there in its own right. Is that the kind of critic that a writer wants to have? One that keeps on complaining, but also keeps on buying.

To be clear, I like a whole lot about what he does-- both here and in the View from the Mirror series.

This said, I have a sinking feeling that we are going to have yet another weak central character who I don't really like as a person. I understand that is part of what Irvine does-- work with characters who are talented, but not terribly heroic. Unfortunately, I really found it difficult to like Tiaan. She gives in and she whines. And once again that character is given a foil of a weak man to play against-- in this series it is the fickle Minis with whom Tiaan is paired. I sincerely hope that this develops somewhere in the continuing books, because this character element is the thing that gives me the strong "here we go again" feeling in the review title. In his last series, nothing annoyed me more than this character dynamic.

I am in any case curious to see what happens in this post-Charon Santhenar. I will buy the next installment, even if I grumble while I do.
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HASH(0xa25130f0) étoiles sur 5 A pleasant read 5 mai 2003
Par J - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I purchased this novel after reading The View From the Mirror series. Geomancer invloves new characters set on Santhenar. Their personalities are marvellously created with the same brilliant talent as Irvine use in the first series. It was a pleasure to read Geomancer. I eargerly await to see Tetrarch in my local store! Happy reading to you all :)
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HASH(0xa2513528) étoiles sur 5 An interesting, quite captivating first book 30 juin 2003
Par Candice - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
After reading The View from the Mirror series, I decided to go on to the next series, which is set in the same world. Geomancer has turned out not only a great read, but also engages the reader. I am definitely looking forward to the next book. Some reviews on The View from the Mirror series have been quite unforgiving. Although Ian Irvine's books are not the best ever written, they are not as bad as the reviews display them as. You really have to finish all the books in the series before you make a judgement or comment on his writing.
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HASH(0xa25138f4) étoiles sur 5 Epic! Just Epic! 30 août 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Geomancer is positively the best book I have ever read. Ian Irvine is a phenomenal story teller! The book is about a young Human woman named Tiaan, who is an Artisan (someone who makes controllers, magical devices used to power veichles) at a Manufactory in the mountians. The world of Humans is at war with a fearsome race of winged humanoids called the Lyrinx, who are determined to take the planet as their own.
The book is set in a totally unique time and place. The technology of the time is midevil, and yet futuristic. For example, their weapons are swords, spears, and javalins, yet they have veichles similar to tanks. It is this mix of new and old that makes the book soo interesting. There are also various fantasy elements in the book, such as Mancing, which is the use of the secret art, or magic.
This book is totally new and unique! This deserves a 10 out of 5! I can't wait to finish the series! Definatly a MUST READ! I highly reccomend this book! You'll fall in love! :D
James Peters
HASH(0xa2513684) étoiles sur 5 Yay! A break from Good vs Evil! 17 décembre 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
It's a pity Amazon doesn't support 4.5 stars.
This is very unlike many fantasy novels which are Good vs Evil. Irvine's style makes his work absolutely unpredictable - which is one of the qualities I look for in a book. (Predictablity and "pure evilness" really, really annoy me).
It is bascially about an alien spieces (lyrinx) who have been deprived of their homelands and have decided to invade the land on which humans live. So the two races wage war against each other.
We realise the lyrinx are not EVIL. They have goodness in them, and are only attacking because of their situation. We also realise the humans are not purely GOOD. They betray each other and are very self-serving sometimes.
The characters he creates are realistic heros - not unbelievably brave, smart and brimming with goodness. They are selfish, cowardly to an extent, blinded by their emotions and possesses many other natrual flaws.
Though sometimes, the characters become so flawed that you end up disliking the bulk of them.
Despite that, it's a very good read nevertheless.
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