!!> Read ➱ Centaur Aisle (Xanth, #4) ➵ Author Piers Anthony – Sigilo.us

!!> Read ➱ Centaur Aisle (Xanth, #4) ➵ Author Piers Anthony – Sigilo.us
  • ebook
  • 263 pages
  • Centaur Aisle (Xanth, #4)
  • Piers Anthony
  • English
  • 14 August 2019
  • 9780345454331

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Though he spent the first four years of his life in England, Piers never returned to live in his country of birth after moving to Spain and immigrated to America at age six After graduating with a B.A from Goddard College, he married one of his fellow students and and spent fifteen years in an assortment of professions before he began writing fiction full time.Piers is a self proclaimed environm

10 thoughts on “Centaur Aisle (Xanth, #4)

  1. says:

    This book started out really slow But in the end I loved it, and can t wait to read the 5th I really don t know why people say these books are so sexist because view spoiler Irene proposes to Dor hide spoiler

  2. says:

    The first Piers Anthony book I ever read.At my middle school, there was a yearly book drive where everyone would bring in boxes of books from home and all the kids could go buy books for a dollar I would always buy anything that had a dragon or a knight on the cover That s how I got into Piers, Dragonlance, Eddings, and all that other Junior High stuff Not to mention Conan.I got this book there, and needless to say, as an eleven year old, Anthony was hilarious Especially in these early books, which had not yet become the endless list of fan suggested puns and ephebophilic anti sexuality that are his current fare His early works are fairly amusing and harmless even his penchant for escapism is toned down considerably.Of course, looking back upon him, one cannot but blanch at his stilted prose, Mary Sue protagonists, puerile humor, and even puerile sexuality I know he does have some adult fans, and truthfully, I m glad they...

  3. says:

    This was my favorite Xanth book by far This book than any other figured preeminently into altering who I was as a young man Young love, sexual tension, heroism, principles and danger it was really all I wanted after I read this book.Even if I go back and discover these books weren t as good as I remember highly likely considering the span of years that s passed , I gotta give credit to them for helping raise me in a sense Senses of justice were pretty much instilled in me by these books, like new age Arthurian legends A teacher of mine said that we don t really have any modern fairy tales or fables, especially n...

  4. says:

    I m working my way through the Xanth series and finding it quite enjoyable There s a bit of nostalgia these were the gateway books that led me into a life of loving fantasy novels, and I still read them with quite a bit of fondness Reading it as an old man and as a much seasoned reader than I was when I first read these books as a teenager that long ago really , I might under some circumstances be forced to critique these books as somewhat ham handed and contrived one of the reasons I stopped reading Xanth was that I became aware of how formulaic they were but these early novels especially have a great sense of fun and sweetness to them that ma...

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  6. says:

    I must disclose that I really enjoy the Xanth series I love relaxing with some brain candy during the weekend, simply enjoying the story So I rated the book 4 stars, when if possible, I would have given it 3 1 2 stars.This is the fourth book in the Xanth Series Dor is now 16, and King Trent has him running the kingdom while he has gone to Mundania to try to meet with a country to establish a trading partner It was supposed to last only a week Then it becomes longer and longer, and King Trent and Queen Iris have not returned.Getting help from Irene, Smash, Grundy and Chet they start out on an adventure to find King Trent, and along the way discover the new Magician that has suddenly appeared in the land of Xanth Whether Dor is able to complete his journey will help determine if he can rule a kingdom, while along the way trying to figure out his true feelings for Irene.It is a fun adventure, one that is the first to have the...

  7. says:

    This is the fourth book in the excellent and awesome Xanth fantasy series We join Dor who is now sixteen years old, King Trent has asked him to watch the realm while he has travelled to Mundania, ahem Earth, to establish a trading partner King Trent and Queen Iris have mysteriously disappeared They have not returned to Xanth and they were only to have gone for a week More time passes, what is Dor to do Go on a punnish magical adventure this is Xanth, people Aided ably by his friends Chet Centaur, Grundy Golem, Irene, and Smash the Ogre, they embark on said adventure They discover that a new Magician has appeared What Dor is able to experience on his quest will help in ruling a realm He has found he has deep feeling for Irene, and that helps mature him and help complete his Xanthish search for the missing royals.A lovely book and well written, we see a lot of Mundania, ahem...

  8. says:

    Another really fun adventure in Xanth Dor is the second generation to be chronicled and this is his second adventure King Trent is raising Dor in the palace to give him training in how to be a monarch However, this got interrupted when King Trent went on a week s visit to Mundania and never came bac...

  9. says:

    i first discovered this series in high school for a book report where i read demons dont dream i found the book a couple years ago and was like hey i liked this book in high school ill read it again and liked it again after some research i found out it was ...

  10. says:

    This was a pretty good entry in the Xanth series, because it included aspects of Mundania the real world , which is always pretty entertaining The author had an interesting take on how everyday people would react to encountering magic, an...

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