[Ebook] The Silicon Mage (Windrose Chronicles, #2) By Barbara Hambly – Diclofenac16.us

The Silicon Mage (Windrose Chronicles, #2) It Was Impossible, Joanna Knew When She Betrayed Her Lover Antryg Windrose To The Council, He Had Been Sentenced To Death Then She Had Believed His Brain Was Possessed By The Dark Mage Suraklin, Though Now She Knew That Suraklin Had Chosen Gary Fairchild But Guilty Or Innocent, Antryg Was Separated From Her By The Awesome Void Between The Worlds, Far From Any Hope Of Rescue.Nevertheless, She Had To Save Him Suraklin Was Planning To Gain Immortality By Placing His Mind In A Computer That Would Get Its Power By Draining The Life Force From All On Both Worlds, Dooming Everyone To Eternal Misery And Hopelessness And Only Antryg Was Strong Enough A Wizard To Challenge The Dark Mage.Once Again, Joanna Dared The Fearsome Tunnel Through The Void, Praying Desperately That Antryg Still Lived And That She Could Find Help To Free Him If NotBut She Refused To Think Of That.

[Ebook] The Silicon Mage (Windrose Chronicles, #2)  By Barbara Hambly – Diclofenac16.us
  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 338 pages
  • The Silicon Mage (Windrose Chronicles, #2)
  • Barbara Hambly
  • English
  • 02 February 2017
  • 0345337638

    10 thoughts on “[Ebook] The Silicon Mage (Windrose Chronicles, #2) By Barbara Hambly – Diclofenac16.us


  1. says:

    First of all, Goodreads has no idea what you re talking about if you search for Silicone Mage.Once you do find it, this book is a nice follow up to The Silent Tower I m still not buying the magic computer stuff, but it was worth a extra little suspension of disbelief to spendtime with these characters This st...


  2. says:

    Loved it all over again and was delighted to discover that several favourite book quotes that I couldn t remember the source of, came from here.This book stands up to the passing of time even better than The Silent Tower, mostly because it doesn t include out of date computer hardware specifics in the same way the previous book did and needed to do.Part of me wants to jump straight into Dog Wizard just fortime with Joanna and Antryg, but I m going to let this one finish digesting, try to Loved it all over again and was delighted to discover that several favourite book quotes that I couldn t remember the source of, came from here.This book stands up to the...


  3. says:

    After reading the first in the series, I had to immediately drop everything and go get this one They are really two halves to the same book They must be read together Travel to a book store, do not pass go, forget the 200, just get them Brilliant book It confirmed for me that she is a kick ass author and I had to go and get everything by her that I could The ending fit the characters The culture was amazing It left possibilities open for further playing in the worlds without promising a After reading the first in the series, I had to immediately drop everything and go get this one They are really two halves to the same book They must be read together Travel to a book store, do not pass go, forget the 200, just get them Brilliant book It confir...


  4. says:

    Hambly really is a good writer Her plotting and inner dialogue are excellent This story was good, but not outstanding It had a satisfying ending, which makes me wonder about there being another book in the series I certainly don t feel impelled to read it.Somedaymaybe.Somewhere between this book and the previous, The Silent Tower, Joanna s car morphed from a Pinto into a Mustang Other memorable quotes, outbound lanes stopped in both directions and buzzing like B 52s B 52 do Hambly really is a good writer Her plotting and i...


  5. says:

    This is the immediate sequel to The Silent Tower, and as such should be read immediately after you have finished the first one If you ve read it, you know what I mean The opening line is one of my absolute favorites in a fantasy book, though unfortunately I do not think I should reproduce it here as it spoils the hell out of The Silent Tower s ending.Right You may recall, at the end of the previous book, that Joanna was forced to make an agonizing decision that turned out to be utterly and This is the immediate sequel to The Silent Tower, and as such should be read immediately after you have finished the first one If you ve read it, you know what I mean The opening line is one of my absolute favorites in a fantasy book, though unfortunately I do not think I should reproduce it here as i...


  6. says:

    The novel starts with Joanna setting out to rectify the terrible mistake she made at the end of the first book, crossing back through the void alone to try to stop the Dark Mage from his plans that threaten both worlds Darker than the first, and with aaffecting atmosphere of sadness and regret, a very taut plot, and a lot of uncertainty about if it s even capable to stop Suraklin The final ending has a bid of an absurd turn, which even the characters recognize as absurd, but in all, it s The novel starts with Joanna setting out to rectify the terrible mistake she made at the end of the first book, crossing back through the void alone to try to stop the Dark Mage from his plans that threaten both worlds Darker than the first, and with aaffecting atmosphere of sadness and regret, a very taut plot, and a lot of uncertainty about if it s even c...


  7. says:

    Volume two and I m still with it s okay We ll see if volume three wraps up better for me I think one of the problems with the series is how the TPTB still don t accept the truth of who has been causing the real problems and sti...


  8. says:

    1 The ending is a total cop out.2 Sometimes the characters are too good to be true for me I generally like their relationships, but I didn t feel like I was reading anything new.Full review SPOILERS


  9. says:

    A dissapointing continuation of a promising series Still, I enjoyed the characters which was just enough to get me through a long boring slog in the middle and out the other side to a fairly enjoyable epilogue Will read the next in series to see if I ll be continuing past that.


  10. says:

    Great sequel to The Silent Tower

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