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A Multitude Of Monsters (The Ebenezum Trilogy #2)

3.76 of 5 stars 3.76  ·  rating details  ·  851 ratings  ·  7 reviews
While seeking a cure for his malady of magicks, the suffering sorcerer Ebenezum and his hapless apprentice are rudely interrupted by militant monsters with a cause.
Mass Market Paperback, 195 pages
Published September 1986 by Ace
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The second book of the series is a bit better than the first, but only slightly. We get a some new characters but nothing has really changed for our old characters. Every once in a while there's a good line. Enough so to get me to read the third book but not enough to really give a recommendation to others.
It actually achieved something near impossible - better than the first book!

I picked up some good quotes "Yoouuu dooo nnott eeeatt youuurrr uunnionn brrotherrs!" and "Where's the gold?!?!"
Lady Entropy
A continuação de Malady Of Magicks, e o que disse para o primeiro, aplica-se ao segundo. Não tem história, é só uma desculpa para escrever piadas, que agora já se tornam aborrecidas.
James Oden
Its silly story about silly things in very silly situations. It will certainly give you a laugh or two. Some of the humor may be lost on non-fantasy readers.
lehce slabší než první díl, ale pořád skvělá sranda. A taťka gryf je skvělý :)
Glenn Thomas
This series just gets better with every book.
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Craig Shaw Gardner was born in Rochester, New York and lived there until 1967, when he went to Boston University. Since then he is living there. He earned a he graduated from B.U. with a B.S. degree in Broadcasting and Film.

He published his first story in 1977 while he held a number of jobs: shipper/receiver for a men's suit manufacturer, working in hospital public relations, running a stat camera
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