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    L. E. Modesitt
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    Tor Books; First Edition edition (July 22, 2008)
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Modesitt, J. s bestselling fantasy novels set in the magical world of Recluce are among the most popular in contemporary fantasy.

Modesitt, J. Modesitt, J. Each novel tells an independent story that nevertheless reverberates though all the other Recluce novels to deepen and enrich the reading experience. As Publishers Weekly says, "Modesitt creates a complex world.

Mage-Guard measures up well to Modesitt at his best. L E Modesitt, Jr, is the bestselling author of the fantasy series The Saga of Recluce

Mage-Guard measures up well to Modesitt at his best. Rahl is a well-crafted protagonist with believable reactions to the world around him, and the high level of ordinary detail describing Hamor and Recluce never gets in the way of the story. L E Modesitt, Jr, is the bestselling author of the fantasy series The Saga of Recluce. His science fiction includes Adiamante, the Ecolitan novels, and Archform: Beauty. He lives in Cedar City, Utah.

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Mage-Guard of Hamor (Saga of Recluce, Book 15). L. E. Modesitt. Download (epub, 565 Kb). FB2 PDF MOBI TXT RTF. Converted file can differ from the original. If possible, download the file in its original format.

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Story Collection: Recluce Tales. The Imager Portfolio The Corean Chronicles The Spellsong Cycle The Ghost Books The Ecolitan Matter. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied. is the bestselling author of more than seventy novels encompassing two science fiction series, the Ghost Books and the Ecolitan Matter, and four fantasy series, the Imager Portfolio, the Saga of Recluce, the Spellsong Cycle and the Corean Chronicles. Библиографические данные. Mage-Guard of Hamor Saga of Recluce (Том 15).

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The Saga of Recluce is a series of fantasy novels written by L. Modesitt J. .The initial novel in the series, The Magic of Recluce (from which the series derives its name), was published in 1991. In 2015 Modesitt stated that the then 20 novels in the Recluce series had sold nearly three million copies.

E. Modesitt Jr. Acclaimed bestselling author L. continues his saga of Recluce in Mage-Guard of Hamor. As young apprentice on the island of Recluce, Rahl was sent to the mages training school for testing before he was banished to Hamor. Now, Rahl is a powerful mage and still just as dangerous to himself and to others.

Mage-Guard of Hamor . Exiled from Recluce because his strength and his talent were frightening to the establishment, Rahl suffered a high level of abuse in the last book. In this book, working with Taryl, the former Triad, Rahl begins to gain control of his considerable talent.

Acclaimed author L. E. Modesitt, Jr. continues his new Recluce story in Mage-Guard of Hamor, the second of two volumes set mostly on the continent of Hamor, far across the sea from Recluce, where the story began. Rahl was a young apprentice on the island of Recluce sent to the mages training school for testing, then banished to Hamor. His education now continues under dangerous circumstances. In Hamor, his powers have increased, but so has the amount of trouble he attracts. The whole society of Hamor is a new culture for Modesitt—and Rahl—to explore, one in which magic is a monopoly of the state. Rahl is a mage now, powerful and still just as dangerous to himself and to others. This is the story of how he gains both more knowledge and power, and more self-control.

This is the fifteenth book of Modesitt's fantasy series, "The Saga of Recluce," and the second book about the powerful mage, Rahl. I enjoyed it very much, even more than I had enjoyed the first part of Rahl's story ("Natural Ordermage").

Much of what else I might say would just repeat my comments on earlier books in the series. But I will note that I was glad that several of the secondary characters played an ongoing, substantial role. Sometimes Modesitt's highly-likable protagonists seem to move from one set of secondary characters to another, with the only persistent characters being the hero, the villain(s) and perhaps the woman the hero loves. I prefer it when the hero has long-term interactions with other characters.

A thoroughly enjoyable book.
My very favorite author. I have reread all his books many times and I have always been captivated. His characters are always well developed. The only negative thing in all his books is the spelling and grammar. He really needs better proofreaders who read every word. The stories are always good and thought provoking, but the many errors in all his books always distracts me.
I’ve read all Modesitt’s books & found them all to be 2AM books that are too hard to put down, but this one was better than many.
A complete novel with few side trips-just a great story.
Also an epilogue that wrapped up all the ends for a good feeling. I enjoyed all of it.
I enjoy all the Recluce stories be they from the Chaos side or the Order point of view. I have found from discussing them with friends and family that you either like all the books or just cant get thru even one of them. Pretty much always the same theme, average guy develops extraordinary ability, still feels like ordinary guy but has to learn to deal with the power. Struggles on and on to do the right thing. The women in his life are all more mature, know more about life yet know that they need to bond with the protagonist. One man doing his best is able to change his world for the better.. end of lesson. That said I still love the books. Very glad that audible has decided to make them all available.
Another great book by Modesitt. You know how it will end but it still keeps you reading to see how he gets to the end. Second time I have read it and I enjoyed it even more the second time.
I love sappy happy endings. Romance that flourishes through hard times but great rewards including babies. It is sad reading about political traitor-isms. How power corrupts. How hard to find true loyalty. But then sometimes it is hard to find those truly worthy of such political loyalty. Looking forward to the next book in series.
I've enjoyed all but one of Modesitt,s books and they're better as he progressed with his growth as a writer! I just hope that I continue to be impressed by his remaining novels of the Candor series as I've been by these so far...
For those that have enjoyed the Saga of Recluce series of books, this will be another welcome addition. For those that have not, let me urge you to give these books a shot. The characters are developed in a believable way. The plots are interesting and well thought out. All in all, they are a good read.

Specific to this book and the previous entry which dealt with the same characters (Natural Ordermage (Saga of Recluce)), I do have to say that I did not like the protagonist at the beginning. But he grew on me in a big way before Natural Ordermage had ended and I was very much looking forward to Mage-Guard of Hamor. Modesitt delivered.

As usual for this series, the specific magical abilities of the main character are unique. I believe that is one of the reasons that the Recluce series stays fresh and brings us back. We also get a deeper immersion into Hamor's culture and see a different piece of this world's history (another reason the series stays fresh). The story is very entertaining and the writing quality is high. I would recommend this book.