Imager: The First Book of the Imager Portfolio
Publish date: 2009-03-17
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages no: 432
Edition language: English
3.5 starsI enjoyed the evolution of Modesitt's writing style in this new series. Yes, the story is quite similar to what he used in the past with the Recluce saga. The lack of onomatopoeia helped limit disruptions to the narrative. The imaging magic system failed to impress me and seemed more a p...
Modesitt's writing is like clockwork: predictable, dependable, unexciting. He creates boring, detailed fantasy worlds and peoples them with walking shadows. The “characters” aren’t even caricatures—that would require Modesitt to give them some sort of personality. The main character, Rhen, exists...
Another series by Modesitt. I manfully made my way through this, but I don't plan on reading any more. A world where Imagers exist. People who can "imagine" things into reality, or out of, depending. Follows a young man who is a painter who turns out to be an Imager and his trials and tribulations...
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