Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: April 1982
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 327
Edition language: English
Series: Apprentice Adept (#2)
When I was 13, I read a lot of Piers Anthony, and when I say “a lot,” I mean a lot. The guy was pretty much all I read, from the Xanth series to the Incarnations of Immortality series, and even the Battle Circle and Bio of a Space Tyrant series, but my favorite of his books from that time would hav...
Hmm, as I glanced at some of the reviews I seemed to notice the suggestion that it really is not a stand alone book, but rather a direct continuation of book one (in the same way that the Two Towers is a direct continuation of Fellowship of the Ring) though that is hardly an issue considering the nu...
This is the second book in the Apprentice Adept series following Split Infinity.This book was fine but everything was easily guessed and it just didn't click with me.
Following Stile further as he continues the struggles from [b:Split Infinity|99461|Split Infinity (Apprentice Adept, #1)|Piers Anthony|https://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1320548148s/99461.jpg|17330]. Trying to complete a series of competitions to win his freedom in one world while trying t...
I actually remember the second book being somewhat more interesting than the first, if only for the description of the games. This was typical Piers Anthony; an entertaining read, but nothing great.