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Visit us at ww. heportalist. Ghost writer in the sky. A Xanth Novel. He checked his bookshelf and picked up the first book he saw. Relentless Fairy Tales. Well, maybe it would do.

Visit us at ww. Chapter 1. Night Colt. Goar was in a foul mood. He hated his job as Night Watchman and Cleanup Man at the local Fracking Complaints Office, partly because teens liked to throw anonymous stink bombs, but mostly because it was a urine-poor chore in itself. He started reading-and promptly fell asleep. Because daylight was his normal sleeping time. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34.

Piers Anthony has written dozens of bestselling science fiction and fantasy novels. However with Ghost Writer, the secondary plots in the book leave a lot to be desired. Perhaps best known for his long-running Magic of Xanth series, many of which are New York Times bestsellers, he has also had great success with the Incarnations of Immortality series and the Cluster series, as well as Bio of a Space Tyrant and others. Much more information about Piers Anthony can be found at ww. iPiers. There is just so much going on between realities it is hard to keep things straight, which I believe was the intent, but made it hard to enjoy the book.

With rip-roaring humor and nonstop adventure, the newest addition to Piers Anthony's popular Xanth series is sure to enchant fans of epic fantasy. Similar books by other authors.

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Поиск книг и журналов. Anthony, Piers - Ghost (Anthony Piers). by Piers Anthony Chapter 1 Blimped Chapter 2 Naiad Chapter 3 Black Hole Chapter 4 Four Dreads Chapter 5 Theories Chapter 6 Ghosts Chapter 7 Revelation Chapter 8 Committee Chapter 9 Puzzle Chapter 10 Parodies Chapter 11 Neutralizations Chapter 12 Chaos Author's Note This is a work of fiction. All the characters and events portrayed in this book are fictional, and any resemblance to real people or incidents is purely coincidental.

Two Ordinary People from Mundania travel to Xanth to defeat a rogue Night Colt in the latest in a beloved series from bestselling author Piers Anthony. The Night Colt has one ambition: to deliver dreams to the deserving

Two Ordinary People from Mundania travel to Xanth to defeat a rogue Night Colt in the latest in a beloved series from bestselling author Piers Anthony. The Night Colt has one ambition: to deliver dreams to the deserving. Unfortunately, only Night Mares can take on this task, and the Colt has no hope of leading his own herd if he can’t get any practice.

This is a partial list of works by Piers Anthony. Anthony has published 166 works in total from 1956 to December 2013

This is a partial list of works by Piers Anthony. Anthony has published 166 works in total from 1956 to December 2013. He is the only author to have a published novel starting with every letter in the alphabet, from A to Z. The series is continued by Charles Platt with Anthony's permission. Chthon (1967) Anthony's first published novel; nominated for the Hugo and Nebula Awards. Var the Stick (1972). Neq the Sword (1975). Books 1–3 were omnibused as Battle Circle (1978).

Piers Anthony, sometimes called Pier Xanthony, is the pseudonym of a Mundane character who was born in England in 1934, came to America in 1940, was naturalized in 1958, and moved to Xanth in 1977. His first story was published in 1963, and his first novel, Chthon, in 1967. His first Xanth novel, A Spell for Chameleon, won the August Derleth Fantasy Award as the best novel for 1977, and his fantasy novels began placing on the New York Times bestseller list with Ogre, Ogre.

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ISBN13: 978-0586200407

ISBN: 0586200401

Author: Piers Anthony

Category: Fantasy

Subcategory: Fantasy

Language: English

Publisher: Grafton; New Ed edition (1988)

Pages: 288 pages

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Voodoolkree
Piers Anthony is my favorite author and this is a good book,
Voodoolkree
Piers Anthony is my favorite author and this is a good book,
Dusar
Anthony took a basically good Niven-ish novella he wrote
years ago called "Ghost Galaxy" and larded it with the type
of writing he has unfortunately become known for recently:
anything goes, no ground rules plots that throw in
everything but the kitchen sink.
Interesting experiment-
pick up this book and read chapter 2, then flip back and read
the last chapter. It's like two entirely different books.

If you'd like to read something by Anthony, try one of the
early Incarnations series books.. the one featuring Death is
outstanding.
Dusar
Anthony took a basically good Niven-ish novella he wrote
years ago called "Ghost Galaxy" and larded it with the type
of writing he has unfortunately become known for recently:
anything goes, no ground rules plots that throw in
everything but the kitchen sink.
Interesting experiment-
pick up this book and read chapter 2, then flip back and read
the last chapter. It's like two entirely different books.

If you'd like to read something by Anthony, try one of the
early Incarnations series books.. the one featuring Death is
outstanding.
Gna
I'm a big fan of the Xanth series, so I'm no Piers Anthony hater. I read Ghost many years ago when I was a young teenage lad, and found much of it compelling, to be honest. At the time I didn't think too hard about the far-ranging and ultimately silly plot; I naively let it all ride.

I tossed my paperback copy long ago, never really judging it harshly, but cognizant that it was no longer a book I needed on my shelves. I haven't given it another thought up until right now, when I find myself watching the movie Solaris - the original Russian film, which was remade not too long ago, and which is itself based on a novel of the same name. It just occurred to me that there are some definite parallels between the storyline of Solaris and Ghost - glaring ones. I suspect Anthony was exposed to either the movie or the book, and drew on it heavily for his own story. Sadly, I can't see how his work could possibly be considered an improvement, even though I haven't read the original novel. Shame on you, Anthony! Stick to writing fantastical puns!
Gna
I'm a big fan of the Xanth series, so I'm no Piers Anthony hater. I read Ghost many years ago when I was a young teenage lad, and found much of it compelling, to be honest. At the time I didn't think too hard about the far-ranging and ultimately silly plot; I naively let it all ride.

I tossed my paperback copy long ago, never really judging it harshly, but cognizant that it was no longer a book I needed on my shelves. I haven't given it another thought up until right now, when I find myself watching the movie Solaris - the original Russian film, which was remade not too long ago, and which is itself based on a novel of the same name. It just occurred to me that there are some definite parallels between the storyline of Solaris and Ghost - glaring ones. I suspect Anthony was exposed to either the movie or the book, and drew on it heavily for his own story. Sadly, I can't see how his work could possibly be considered an improvement, even though I haven't read the original novel. Shame on you, Anthony! Stick to writing fantastical puns!
Vozuru
OK, this is not the best Piers Anthony story in the world, It is reminiscent to the early pulp Science Fiction style (which I enjoy).
However, there is a message in this book which will be found as a more subtle theme in many of his later books. A message of exploring the basis of reality and how our perception of that reality can shape exactly what we define as real.
It is to me an exploration of the mind where Mr. Anthony takes a premise of "what if" and then creates a fictional world in which that premise is real and valid, then as the story develops we learn exactly how valid that premise really is.
I recommend this to hard core fans of Piers Anthony who wish to beter understand him and his writing. You will find this theme again in the Tarot series played out in a much better format.
Vozuru
OK, this is not the best Piers Anthony story in the world, It is reminiscent to the early pulp Science Fiction style (which I enjoy).
However, there is a message in this book which will be found as a more subtle theme in many of his later books. A message of exploring the basis of reality and how our perception of that reality can shape exactly what we define as real.
It is to me an exploration of the mind where Mr. Anthony takes a premise of "what if" and then creates a fictional world in which that premise is real and valid, then as the story develops we learn exactly how valid that premise really is.
I recommend this to hard core fans of Piers Anthony who wish to beter understand him and his writing. You will find this theme again in the Tarot series played out in a much better format.
Hunaya
This book is just too complicated to be an enjoyable read. If you really like to think while reading then maybe this is for you. I found the basic story to be slightly interesting but it is far too wordy and overly complicated. Skip this book and try one of his many others. If you are new too him try the Mode Series. They are great and an easier read.
Hunaya
This book is just too complicated to be an enjoyable read. If you really like to think while reading then maybe this is for you. I found the basic story to be slightly interesting but it is far too wordy and overly complicated. Skip this book and try one of his many others. If you are new too him try the Mode Series. They are great and an easier read.
Mariwyn
This was the first of Anthony's books that I read. I found it to be interesting and give the push to read more of his books. It had a little of everything to it, the suspense, the romance, the adventure everything a Sci-Fi book should have.
Mariwyn
This was the first of Anthony's books that I read. I found it to be interesting and give the push to read more of his books. It had a little of everything to it, the suspense, the romance, the adventure everything a Sci-Fi book should have.