Stonefather

Stonefather

Book - 2008
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Runnel, a friendless peasant from a village so humble that money is a new concept, stumbles into a centuries-old feud when he travels to Mitherhome, the city of the wetwizards, seeking his fortune. He accepts a servant's position in the household of the sole stonemage permitted within the city walls, where his untapped magical talents and his fascination with his master's abilities are a predictably dangerous combination.
Publisher: Burton, MI : Subterranean Press, 2008
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781596061941
1596061944
Characteristics: 112 p. : ill. ; 23 cm

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haleclan
Jan 09, 2012

I love Oson Scott Card's imagination, but if you've read much fantasy, this book may strike you as a formulaic derivative of the genre. I expect far better from Card. Try reading "Pathfinder" instead, or better yet, discover Brandon Sanderson - a younger and wildly talented version of Orson Scott Card.

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