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Into the Void (Spelljammer Book, Cloakmaster Cycle, No. 2) ebook

by Nigel Findley


Into the Void, is the second book in the Cloakmaster Cycle series, which consists of six (6) books in total.

Into the Void, is the second book in the Cloakmaster Cycle series, which consists of six (6) books in total.

Compared to any of the other books situated in the Dungeons and Dragons universes, I have enjoyed the Spelljammer stories quite thoroughly. When I hunger, I will eat its brain". Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 14 years ago. Into the Void, is the second book in the Cloakmaster Cycle series, which consists of six (6) books in total.

Book 1. Beyond the Moons. Book 2. Into the Void. Little did Teldin Moore know there was lif. ore. Shelve Into the Void.

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The Cloakmaster Cycle is a series of six Spelljammer novels. The novels tell the story of Teldin Moore, a farmer on the planet Krynn, whose life is changed when a spelljamming ship crashes onto his farm and destroys it. Teldin is given a magical cloak and told to keep it from the neogi. Teldin is forced to flee from the neogi and travel into wildspace to learn more about the cloak that he has been given. Beyond the Moons by David Cook. Into the Void by Nigel Findley. The Maelstrom's Eye by Roger E. Moore.

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Grant Boucher, Troy Christensen, Arthur Collins, Nigel Findley. Findley, Nigel - Cloakmaster 02 - Into the Void.

книга Into the Void. Teldin snorted his derision. Horvath shook his head firmly. And you've got a lot of questions, probably, about spelljammers, about the Unquenchable. It varies from sphere to sphere. Here they're fixed to the inside of the crystal shell itself, huge, multifaceted gems-big as this ship, or bigger-and they glow lik. ell, like nothing you've ever seen. But they don't give off heat. Am I right? Well, the best way to learn is to look, as we gnomes say.

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Into the Void, is the second book in the Cloakmaster Cycle series, which consists of six (6) books in total. Picking up from where Beyond the Moons left off, the book sheds light on Teldin Moore and his quest to find out more about the magical cloak he carries and somehow be free of it.

This time, the gnomes are much more serious and in control than in the previous book where they were simply pathetic and overly chaotic. This of course could have been done on purpose in order to support the possibility/notion that space faring gnomes are quite different from "dirtkicking" ones.

Moreover, there is much more information provided regarding the Spelljamming world. A lot of this material could have and should have been presented in the first book through Gomja, since it is not that complex/difficult/advanced material, even for one as "simple" as the giff. Anyway, better late than ever as they say...

The plot as a whole is excellent! The book is so incredibly well written that the reader feels that they have been transported to another plane of existence and are actually present among the characters, seeing what they see, feeling what they feel, sensing what they sense. Moreover, Nigel Findley does a great job of presenting the distinct culture and civilization of the space faring peoples. He has done a great deal of research in order to provide such an accurate and lucid description of these people.

Illithids, neogi, space battles, intrigue, betrayal, and swordfights are all about.

In addition, there are some new and interesting races/creatures like the Arcane (very Star Trekish) and the space sharks that spice up things.

Furthermore, there are strong elements throughout the book of both Star Trek and Babylon 5, therefore Sci Fi fans should really get a kick out of this one.

On the negative side, there are some questions from the first book that are left unanswered: a) Why/how Teldin can understand foreign languages (it is obviously the cloak, but has Teldin picked up on it)? b) Why did he seem as being a draconian to the draconians while at the SAME TIME as himself to humans (there must be some kind of magic from the School of Illusion at work that has not been explained).

No answers there; hopefully that will be dealt with in one of the other books further down the line.

Furthermore, Estriss is presented much more like Zoidberg from Futurama as opposed to the dreaded mind flayers that we're all used to. He's just too "nice." As a result, further explanation should be given as to WHY Estriss is not like the other mind flayers!

Finally, towards the end of the book, a "charmed" Teldin has little trouble convincing Aelfred with no evidence whatsoever, and who up until then had been a model for loyalty, and who has known Teldin for only a couple of months, to mutiny against Estriss, whom he's known and worked for, for years. This one is a bit far fetched...

I recommend the Spelljammer Campaign Setting or any other Spelljammer accessory to supplement the material, and/or provide visual aids to the reader in relation to helms, ships, creatures/races etc.

In conclusion, Nigel Findley does a FANTASTIC job of establishing a cliffhanger for the next, third book in the series. Into the Void is strongly recommended to all Spelljammer and Forgotten Realms fans, as well as all Fantasy enthusiasts.
Thetath
In this exciting, action packed book, Teldin Moore, the adventurer/farmer from the Advanced Dungeons and Dragons world of Krynn (Dragonlance), is plunged into space and must head to the world of Forgotten Relms. On his way he faces many parils and meets up with an Illithid, a race of octupus-men with wonderous psychic powers. I though this book was wonderful and a sure read for any fan of Spelljammer or fantisy for that matter, or anyone who likes to stay up all night becouse they can't put a book down.
Karon
Compared to any of the other books situated in the Dungeons and Dragons universes, I have enjoyed the Spelljammer stories quite thoroughly. I recommend this book highly to anyone that likes Dragonlance, Forgotten Realms, Darksun, Greyhawk, or Planescape.
Into the Void (Spelljammer Book, Cloakmaster Cycle, No. 2) ebook
Author:
Nigel Findley
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Fantasy
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Wizards of the Coast (October 1, 1991)
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