Quag Keep & Return to Quag Keep Omnibus (2020)

Quag Keep & Return to Quag Keep Omnibus Andre Norton Jean Rabe Quag Keep Return to Quag Keep Omnibus In science fiction s grand dame Andre Norton was given a wonderful opportunity to take part in the role playing game Dungeons Dragons and to have it run in her own home by none other than the
  • Title: Quag Keep & Return to Quag Keep Omnibus
  • Author: Andre Norton Jean Rabe
  • ISBN: 9780739464182
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Hardcover
Quag Keep & Return to Quag Keep Omnibus Andre Norton Jean Rabe In 1978, science fiction s grand dame Andre Norton was given a wonderful opportunity to take part in the role playing game Dungeons Dragons , and to have it run in her own home by none other than the game s creator, E Gary Gygax The result was Quag Keep When a Gaming Master meets with his gamers to show off his newly acquired warrior miniatures, one gamer, Martin,In 1978, science fiction s grand dame Andre Norton was given a wonderful opportunity to take part in the role playing game Dungeons Dragons , and to have it run in her own home by none other than the game s creator, E Gary Gygax The result was Quag Keep When a Gaming Master meets with his gamers to show off his newly acquired warrior miniatures, one gamer, Martin, is strongly attracted to a sword wielding miniature and seizes it as his own Instantly, he finds himself transported into the DD realm of Greyhawk but experiencing that realm through the mind of fighter Milo Jajon His fellow gamers are also transformed into DD characters from berserker to battle maid to lizardman Like Martin, they each inexplicably sport an unremovable bracelet containing spinning diced each must face an immutable fate to find his way to Quag Keep the most fearsome place in all the realm and destroy a malevolent force determined to snuff out the mundane world But first they must survive the journey there.In Return to Quag Keep, Norton teams up with Jean Rabe to revisit her bracelet geased heroes, still trapped in Greyhawk, and still pursued by the vile darkness, Pobe Barely escaping mounting assaults by Pobe s servant, the were rat Fisk, they struggle to journey back to the Keep to learn the true history of the dark force they can scarcely outrun But they must endure the endless onslaught of hardship and treachery obstructing their wayyond the unimaginable horror at the heart of it all Quag Keep Jacket art by J.P Targete 435 pp 1978 2006.
Quag Keep & Return to Quag Keep Omnibus Andre Norton Jean Rabe

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One thought on “Quag Keep & Return to Quag Keep Omnibus

  1. Joshua

    These books are, quite possibly, the worst fantasy books I have ever read While the premise is entising a bunch of role players touch magical minitures while gaming and get sent to a parallel, fantasy reality , the execution leaves much to be desired.True, Norton s original novel is the better of the two while her writing is stilted and overly formal none of the character s feel as though they were real, for example , her idea is at least cunning Unfortunately, her book ends ubruptly, seemingly [...]

  2. Eric

    The first novel written about the world of Greyhawk from the game Dungeons and Dragons A fun read but a little slow on the action but lots of character development Have the second novel written about 20 years after this one which I will start soon Also interested in reading the further novels about Greyhawk especially the ones written by E Gary Gygax himself, the man who started it all Overall a great start for the series.

  3. Serena

    By all means, read Quag Keep by Andre Norton.If you have any fondness for Quag Keep howeverNever, never, ever read Return to Quag Keep by Jean Rabe I wish I could wash my brain with bleach Or some sort of staining memory remover.

  4. Tymothy

    This one should actually be 2.5 stars I liked the first, orginal book, but was somewhat surprised at not liking the second one as much I ve read books by both of the authors involved and liked their individual works Maybe it was due to the collaboration not quite working

  5. Ivan

    The original Quag Keep is interesting and a worthy read, but the sequel ignores the ending of the first book and changes the characters around getting rid of a few, adding a few so that the party resembles that of the DD cartoon series, rather than that of Quag Keep In other words, the sequel reads like Jean Rabe really wanted to write a book that was the ending of the DD animated series, so forced that template onto an in name only sequel to Quag Keep That might not be too bad, but it s not e [...]

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