Mage-Guard of Hamor is the fifteenth book of The Saga of Recluce. Acclaimed bestselling author L. E. Modesitt, Jr. continues his saga of Recluce in. Acclaimed author L. E. Modesitt, Jr. continues his new Recluce story inMage- Guard of Hamor, the second of two volumes set mostly on the. Â Well, there was a second piece to that story that takes up almost immediately where the first book left off: Mage-Guard of Hamor. Again, this is.
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Rahl is considerably more mature now, although he does still mate poor Taryl from time to time. The title should be at least 4 characters long.
Review: Mage-Guard of Hamor
Very good addition to the series. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. That is not to say that I did not enjoy it, but there just seemed to be a little something missing, that very thing that had made the other books that little better than anything else I had read by Modesitt.
Leland Exton Modesitt, Jr. Although the story hsmor as interesting as most of the others in the Saga of Recluce and the battle scenes are well described, I found the pace of those two books to hmaor fairly slow, even compared to some of the other novels.
Lists with This Book. Modesit Mage-Guard of Hamor L. Mage-Guard of Hamor is a good follow-up to Natural Ordermage, and shows how Rahl is growing up, as well as improving his use of Order. I don’t want to spoil some of the plot elements by discussing some of the events, so I won’t mention them.
In this ahmor duology, Mr. Dec 30, Chip Hunter rated it really liked it. A war that will either turn Rahl into a hero and a near unparalleled mage, or will break him and leave him by the wayside.
First is the quiet pacing of the story. This creates a sense of realness that impacts the overall story. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. City of Golden Shadow. This audiobook can be listened to on: You’ve successfully reported this review. Especially, since the love interest is a healer and extremely sensitive to emotions of others. Nor are there yuard answers to the moral questions raised by war.
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The story repeats themes from other books in the Recluce series, particularly military themes from the Cyador and White Order stories. Hamoran society, and in fact the society of the world of recluce is amazingly similar to our own, for all that it is a more magical and less technological one.
Upon his return he is the assistant to the mage overcommander as they set out to help quell a rebellion in Hamor. While exploring similar themes to other of his Recluce books young mage gains a deeper understanding of h I really enjoy Modesitt’s books and this was no exception.
Modesitt paints his characters with perception and compassion. He has also published technical studies and articles, columns, poetry, and a number of science fiction stories. The book is nothing spectactular just a fun visit back to Recluse.
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Rebellions and civil wars do not do so. While he stills get easily frustrated, he uses the lessons given him by Taryl to improve his skills, and discovers how much he’s going to need them during the hamkr to re-take Meroway back from the Emperor’s brother.
Rahl is a mage guad, powerful and still just as dangerous to himself and to others. A nice link to the past and I look forward to new adventures.
Be the first to review this item Amazon Best Sellers Rank: And although Hamor’s a refreshingly balanced nation compared hhamor the order-obsessed Recluce, Modesitt’s not one to let any nation escape the ills of bureaucracy or ambition, and Rahl is soon busy with a military campaign to subdue a rebellion.
In Hamor, his powers have increased, but so has the amount of trouble he attracts.
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How to write a great review. Modesitt’s fans have come to expect. In Mage-Guard of Hamor, the accomplishment was over-extending a two-part story that could have been concluded in one book. It was also fun to see a reference in the happily ever after section to Lorn, the long ago Emperor of Cyad.
There are very few who would be powerful enough to be Magi’i so the triad is based on military power, police including the mages power, and the emperors power. With this unresolved I find it very hard to believe in his happily ever after. He still struggles with anger problems but as magd powers grow he runs into less situations where his power can’t simply overwhelm whatever would have made him angry.
It just feels as though something is missing and it is hard to define what. However, if you admit you don’t know, but you know you have to act, then you can base your acts by looking at what you do know, and asking yourself what is the best thing to do.
In this series View all Book Set up a giveaway. My major complaint is with the very minor romance subplot, and a few quibbles with consistency from the first half. While exploring similar themes to other of his Recluce books young mage gains a deeper understanding of himself and magic while facing adversity the author ,age new insights into his world and system ov magic.
This is the story of how he gains both more knowledge and power, and more self-control. Anyone who had ever done anything of true worth has been overwhelmed. A ruler has a responsibility to those he rules.