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  • Title: The Archimage's Fourth Daughter
  • Author: Lyndon Hardy
  • ISBN: 9780999132012
  • Page: 489
  • Format: Paperback

  • The Archimage's Fourth Daughter By Lyndon Hardy Alodar placed his hands on Briana s shoulders, paused for a moment , and then said softly, The answer is no You can t do that Briana yelled back Even the Archimage has limits to his power You admitted as much yourself You cannot order me around like some serf of an Arcadian lord I do not order you to stay because I am the Archimage, Alodar said I do soAlodar placed his hands on Briana s shoulders, paused for a moment , and then said softly, The answer is no You can t do that Briana yelled back Even the Archimage has limits to his power You admitted as much yourself You cannot order me around like some serf of an Arcadian lord I do not order you to stay because I am the Archimage, Alodar said I do so because I am your father Briana felt the anger well within her like a brush fire suddenly out of control She clinched her teeth so as not to say The library page had a key to this council chamber, she thought fiercely It might take than a single kiss to get it, but that is what she would have to do.
    Lyndon Hardy
    Lyndon Hardy 1941 Author, prankster, grandfatherHe became interested in fantasy while wandering through the fringes of fandom when he was at Caltech In addition to reading and writing, he has sporadic bursts of enthusiasm for collecting stamps and playing cards As of yet, he has not figured out a plot line for a stamp collector who saves the world.While at Caltech, in 1960 he organized and led what has been called the best college prank ever pulled The Rose Bowl Card Stunt Caper.In 2016, he retired from business endeavors and began a new full time career of writing Time will tell if he still has any gas left in the tank.He lives with his wife, Joan, in Torrance, California Together they have two daughters and four living grandchildren Lyndon Hardy

    The Archimage's Fourth Daughter By Lyndon Hardy

    Commentaires:

    Melinda
    Alodar is back But only briefly through him, we meet his daughter Briana, who takes on a quest for adventures worthy of the sagas, and, she hopes, a way out of a hastily contracted marriage.I was a big fan of the Magic by the Numbers fantasy series in the 1980s, which approached magic with a scientific attitude In Master of the Five Magics, we followed Alodar as he mastered the magic systems of his world, ultimately becoming the Archimage There were three books about this world in quick successi [...]

    K.B. Plum
    In Lyndon Hardy s sprawling masterpiece, The Archimage s Fourth Daughter, we explore a series of worlds through the eyes of Brianna, a flame haired young beauty attempting to flee a marital contract hastily made with a cad The fourth in Hardy s series of Fantasy Sword and Sorcery books deals with thaumaturgy, alchemy, magic, sorcery and wizardry, all of which, Brianna s father, Alodar the Archimage, has mastered But it also deals with many familiar modern day institutions, people and places univ [...]

    Bob Pinzler
    Hardy has added a worthy sequel to this series of suspenseful, insightful and ingenious stories of The Archimage by relating the story of a daughter whose imagination, wiles and resolve affect the futures of two disparate worlds The characters challenge your imagination and the story fully satisfies throughout.

    Jim Mueller
    The glossary alone is worth the price of The Archimage s Fourth Daughter The story is an excellent fantasy adventure read Hardy builds an alien world, similar to earth, but with a few exceptions The biggest exception is they use magic to do things that we earthlings do with machines Hardy gives us an exciting adventure with characters I could relate to, both the good and the bad Briana, the titular protagonist is a likable and principled young woman of noble birth, destined for a noble person s [...]

    Brad Shreve
    Not long ago I would have told you I had no interest in fantasy novels Lyndon Hardy has proven me wrong I ve learned there are no bad genres, just bad books Hardy s novel is definitely not one of the bad ones Interesting story with compelling characters A fun ride from start to finish.

    Coni Marchant
    I m a good fan of fantasy, but most of the time the adventures happen in ancient and parallel worlds However, in Lyndon Hardy s novel, Briana, his heroine and the main character, end up exile here, in nowadays Earth.Briana has a bright personality and she is determined to avoid her own pre arranged wedding, so she rather runs away from her world where Sorcery is a common thing Once on Earth, she realized there s no such thing as magic and earthlings manage their life with a different kind of tri [...]

    J.Y. Olmos
    Even though this isn t the first book in the series, I never felt as though I had to read the others in order to understand what was happening Mr Hardy structured this book as a stand alone Best of all, no cliffhanger The characters are likable, the story line is captivating and the worlds he created are interesting and, at times, strangely compelling.

    Dean
    I do not read much fantasy and I identify with the Primitive and stupid natives Even so, the book is filled with humor and ends up resolving problems of major proportions Hard to get into any of the details without spoiling the surprises The writing is easy to get into and you will have a good time.

    Lyndon Hardy

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