Restoration by Carol BergRestoration by Carol Berg


byCarol Berg

Mass Market Paperback | August 1, 2002

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Seyonne, the slave-turned-savior of the acclaimed Revelation and Transformation, returns to fight evil and tame the demons within him—in the third novel in this "thoroughly original" (Starburst) epic saga.
Though Colorado is home, Carol Berg's roots are in Texas, in a family of teachers, musicians, and railroad men. She has degrees in mathematics from Rice University and computer science from the University of Colorado, but managed to squeeze in minors in English and art history along the way. She has combined a career as a software en...
Title:RestorationFormat:Mass Market PaperbackPublished:August 1, 2002Publisher:Penguin Publishing GroupLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0451458907

ISBN - 13:9780451458902

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from A Far Cry from the Original A disgrace to the trilogy. It in no way lives up to the beauty and strength of the first novel "Transformation". The plot is scattered and uninspired. I felt that the author had no story going into this novel and just wrote whatever popped into her head. I'll sum the trilogy up for you: First novel (Transformation): Beautifully written. Powerful in its slave/master themes and overall dynamic between the two primary characters. It constantly hints at a rich history and reveals this to you slowly, forcing us to savour what little we are given this early in the trilogy. Second novel (Revelation): Dark, psychedelic at times. A memorable, albeit oftentimes tasteless adventure, but an adventure nonetheless. The history is revealed in full in this novel. Worth the read! Third novel (Restoration): Moments of quality but overall it's sporadic. Too many unnecessary secondary characters that are emotionless drones who serve little to no purpose. Definitely not worth the read. A third installment written just so it can be called a trilogy, for only Guy Gavrel Kay has the guts to write a two-book "series".
Date published: 2017-07-15

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"A much-needed boost of new blood in the fantasy pool."