8 edition of Magic Casement (Man of His Word) found in the catalog.
November 13, 1990
by Del Rey
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Format||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||30|
Following books are recommended for reference and supplementary reading for Class XI: 1. A New Anthology of Essays Publishers: Punjab Textbook Board, Lahore 2. The Magic Casement, Book-II Publishers: Oxford University Press, Karachi. Reread: The Magic Casement by Dave Duncan Princess Inos of Krasnegar has enjoyed a somewhat idyllic childhood as the only royal child in her father’s tiny, backwater kingdom. With no one other than the servants’ children to keep her company, she spends most of her time playing and getting into mischief with them.
: Magic Casement (A Man of His Word) () by Dave Duncan and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.4/5(K). Magic Casement Publisher's Summary Princess Inos lived an idyllic life in her fathers' sleepy, backwater kingdom, and she was best friends with her childhood companion, the stableboy, Rap. But when a prophecy seemed to say Inos should be married, she was exiled to the Impire to learn to be a lady.
”—RT Book Reviews on Speak to the Devil, reviewed by Gail Pruszkowski (/5 Stars) “Like all Dave Duncan's fantasies, Magic Casement has a charm and vibrant sense of humor rich talent and wit as a writer If it's traditional fantasy adventure with a bit of nudge-nudge wink-wink you're after, Dave Duncan is your go-to guy. Magic Casement is a fantastic start to a four book series that I hope lives up to the promise of this first installment. My friend Shari saw that I had read Duncan’s Hero!, and said, “You finally read Dave Duncan–but you read his sci-fi?”And then she pressed these books into my hand, and I knew that I’d be reading these as soon as I finished War and Peace.
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“Magic Casement”, Dave Duncan’s fantasy novel, is a pleasant introduction into his four-part Man of His Word epic fantasy series. It manages to engage the reader in with enjoyable characters (that are just the right side of cliche, but it’s a near thing) and an intriguing magic system, but would be unsatisfactory if treated on its own for its slow burn and the abrupt gear-shifting in the final act.4/5.
Product details 1. First chapter/s: Magic Casement book is the "0" setting, the place of entry into the world of the Magic Casement. It was awful 2. The second flaw involves Duncan's naming conventions, and it persists throughout the series.
There's a Piers Anthony /5(70). Product details 1. First chapter/s: This is the "0" setting, the place of entry into the world of the Magic Casement. It was awful 2. The second flaw involves Duncan's naming conventions, and it persists throughout the series.
There's a Piers Anthony /5(71). Magic Casement is a magical story that starts off the amazing fantasy series called A Man of His Word by Dave Duncan.
“ Magic Casement has a charm and vibrant sense of humor. If it’s traditional fantasy adventure with a bit of nudge-nudge wink-wink you’re after, Dave Duncan is your go-to guy.” — PUBLISHERS WEEKLY Inos, daughter and only child of good King Holindarn of Krasnegar, is bored/5(8).
The tale of Magic Casement begins gently, even slowly, with Inosolan enjoying an idyllic childhood in a tiny backwater kingdom, too carefree and innocent even to understand that the feelings she shares with her friend Rap are more than : Open Road Media.
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The first thing that you notice are that there are no "humans" as a separate race. There are Imps, and Jotnar, and Elves, and Goblins, and Gnomes, and others, all of which are just people.
Magic Casement book by Dave Duncan.5/5(4). The Man of His Word series debut--a novel "with enough fresh ideas to allow it to sit unashamedly alongside the great fantasy books of recent times" (Fantasy Book Review). The tale of Magic Casement begins gently, even slowly, with Inosolan enjoying an idyllic childhood in a tiny backwater kingdom, too carefree and innocent even to understand /5(5).
“Magic Casement has a charm and vibrant sense of humor. If it’s traditional fantasy adventure with a bit of nudge-nudge wink-wink you’re after, Dave Duncan is your go-to guy.” — /5(17).
Some features of WorldCat will not be available. [ Pdf Magic Casement É nursery-rhymes PDF ] by Dave Duncan ☆ Genre High FantasyI found this book slower harder to get into then the other Dave Duncan series I ve read which isn t to say it s not a fun read, it is It s just slow to ramp up.
The story involves the different races on Pandemia goblins, fawns, elves, imps, jotan and probablyAt this point I m unclear if Duncan intended these. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.
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The book is illustrated throughout by delightful pen and ink drawings. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the s and before. Magic Casement - A Man of His Word 1 Book Summary and Study Guide. David Duncan Booklist David Duncan Message Board.
Detailed plot synopsis reviews of Magic Casement - A Man of His Word 1; Princess Inosolan is bored. Bored with the tiny kingdom of Krasnegar, bored with her Aunt Kade's attempts to give her some polish and just bored of being.
The opening volume, Magic Casement, follows the parallel adventures of Princess Inosolan as she is shipped away from her small kingdom to spend a year in Society learning to be a noble lady, and of Rap, her childhood companion and resident stableboy, as he comes to grip with magical powers he has only just discovered he has.
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avg. rating Ratings. MAN OF HIS WORD A princess and a stableboy. It sounds like the worst sort of hackneyed formula romance.
Think again, for "A Man of His Word" may well be the most original fantasy you ever read. Read "Magic Casement" by Dave Duncan available from Rakuten Kobo. The Man of His Word series debut—a novel “with enough fresh ideas to allow it /5(21).Even though I have not yet achieved my own Little Bookroom (although owning a bookstore is pretty close), I will be forever grateful to her for articulating what we who love books all instinctively know: There is no limit to the worlds we can inhabit when we look through the magic casement of a book.About book Magic Casement () He had traveled the far south and seen devastation wrought by dragons.
For so young a man, he had visited an incredible list of places. He had been to Faerie itself, bathing on its golden beaches, paying a silver penny for a ride on a hippogryff. He had met gnomes and dwarves and elves.