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Faith of Tarot (Tarot #3)

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On far Tarot dreams come true--and fanged nightmares stalk the land. Sent to pierce the dread curtain of the Animation that turns fantasy into hideous reality, the wanderer-monk Paul finds himself on a trip to the ultimate and most terrifying fantasy of them all...Hell.
Paperback, Reprint, 304 pages
Published April 15th 1987 by Ace (first published 1980)
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Lisa (Harmonybites)
This is the final book of the Tarot trilogy, and is no standalone. Like say, Lord of the Rings, the three books are really one novel, not three novels with the same world and characters, so you should really read God of Tarot and Vision of Tarot first. Brother Paul of the Holy Order of Vision is a monk on a future Earth that has expanded to the stars. He's sent by the head of his order to investigate reports that God has appeared on the planet Tarot. The first book was framed by the 9 trump card ...more
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In the concluding part Paul, having failed to find the god of Tarot through religion, now decides to look for him in Hell. He's sent to visit the past and finds out what he wanted to know about the origin of the Tarot cards. After plenty more visions he returns to the colonists with an answer, but they won't like it. Meanwhile he stitches the book nicely into his Cluster series.

Again a pleasant read, but nothing really exciting.
Leanna Aker
Love, love, love the 3rd in this trilogy! Paul journeys to hell to discover God, and the true nature of the Tarot. I love the self-reflective nature of this whole book, and the twists (multiple) at the end.
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Faith of Tarot by Piers Anthony (1980)
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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.

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