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Not since Terry Goodkind unsheathed the Sword of Truth has there been such an epic tale of heroism and magic that so captures the imagination as this monumental new work by a master storyteller. In The Fifth Sorceress, Robert Newcomb conjures a time and place wrought with exquisite detail, ch...

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  • Author: Robert Newcomb
  • Publish Date: 2003-06-10
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    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful
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    By: Anonymous
    2013-08-29 08:11:10

    I disagree and found this book to be done very well. Of course Opinions are just opinions, in my world yours don't count.

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    By: Anonymous
    2013-12-20 10:20:34

    Don't believe this description. There *are* far worse pieces of fantasy fiction out on the market. For instance, the second and third novels in this series are much, much worse than this one.

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    By: Anonymous
    2016-04-17 10:48:10

    Easily the worst book I have read in any genre, not just the worst fantasy book.

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