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Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Beastmaster Myth by Richard A Knaak and Sylvio Tabet

Dar communicates with beasts. His world is under attack by a technological devil. How Dar, his animals and his allies fare against a technological juggernaut is the meat of the story.

I generally enjoy this type of book. I wasn’t impressed with this book. The action was good and the evil was palatable. Maybe it was style but I just didn’t warm up to the book. I actually considered not finishing it. The characters were just too two dimensional. There is almost a cult following of the Beast Master so I must be missing something. I finished it and it wasn’t too bad.

Body of work of Richard A Knaak
Body of work of Sylvio Tabet


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