Pages no: 411
Edition language: English
Series: Incarnations of Immortality (#7)
Back in high school, this used to be my favorite of the Incarnations series. Re-reading it now, it has lost some of its luster, but it was still a favorite re-read for me.This book centers around Orlene, who committed suicide after the death of her baby son, Gaw-Two, which we saw in Book 2 of the se...
This was the second time that Piers Anthony was going to end the Incarnations of Immortality series. The first ending was book 5, then he added two more books: the quite good For Love of Evil about Satan, and this one,
This is the last of this series that I have read, though I note that Piers Anthony recently wrote an eighth novel, which I suspect is about the incarnation of night. However I will not really consider this novel to be a part of the seven book series as it appears that this book brings the series to ...
After rereading this recently, I am kind of appalled at some of the subject matter that totally slipped by me the first time. The concept that men are pretty much just animals who just barely learn how to control themselves (dancing a very fine line, apparently) from constantly attacking and assault...
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