Red Prophet (Tales of Alvin Maker, #2)
Publish date: 1989
Pages no: 396
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Speculative Fiction
, Alternate History
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
Series: Red Prophet: The Tales of Alvin Maker (#2)
This the second book in the Tales of Alvin Maker, although I think enough background is given, some even repeated from a different point of view, it could stand alone. It's a fantasy set in an alternate history America--which is a lot of what made it so fun. Things seem to have split off from our Ti...
It's a strange thing, but I've owned a copy of this book since my university days, and I'd obviously assumed that I'd read the book having previously rated it. However, once I came to read it again I realised that I'd not read it before at all. Quite why I'd managed to own an entire trilogy for near...
Held my attention throughout the story. It lost a star because Card made Lolla-Wosiky an obvious picture of Jesus. I didn't like that part at all. In fact, I thought about just putting it down because of this and the bigotry and racism that Card endorses in this novel, but I finished it and even ...
An interesting book, but ruined because only a small part is from Alvin's point-of-view.
The second in the Alvin Maker series.Similar to what Card did in the 'Ender' series, this book starts off covering a lot of the same time period and events as the previous book, but taken from a different character's perspective. It also ventures further into 'alternate history' territory (and boy i...
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