Kirlian Quest (Cluster, #3)
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Kirlian Quest (Cluster #3)

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Herald the Healer, from infamous Andromeda Slash, high aura Outworlder Flint descendant, eases passing of quadpoint Smallbore; she warns of danger. Lovely human Psyche is not possessed; her Kirlian aura fluctuates; Prince orders her burnt. Astronomer Hweeh collapses into puddle at thought of faroff Amoeba - invading. The solution lies in Ancient ruins on Mars. Includes 2-p...more
Paperback, LCC 7856901, 313 pages
Published July 1978 by Hearst Avon (first published January 1st 1978)
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An Odd1
.. in progress .. Really like tarot or skip a lot ..
Political Geography appendix of clarifies puzzling symbols, enclosing alien conversations - would've helped to know for previous two. Herald the Healer, high aura Outworlder Flint descendant from infamous planet Andromeda Slash /my next client .. needs me to exercise a ghost from his castle/, eases passing of quadpoint Smallbore :: I perceive terrible pain for you, worse than that of death itself :: p 27.

On a human world, the Duke of Kador def...more
Aditya /
Piers Anthony is my favorite author, but this book was not very good.

Let me clarify that: it is not as good as the first two books in the series -- and some of his other series are better series. BUT, this is actually a great series, and PARTS of this book are great. Maybe even half of the book is great. But the parts that are not great have things that make them terrible. The protagonist behaves very very foolishly sometimes. This book also has more plot holes than any other Piers Anthony book...more
This book was not as good as the previous two. It doesn't really start to get interesting until the second part of the book. The first half is just setup for the more interesting adventures, that come later, and these adventures don't stack up very well to the ones that came before. It's nice to learn more about the world, and to discover what the ancients were really like, but I deduced who the ancients were far before the end and it didn't make me feel smart, it was just obvious. It also doesn...more
I liked this one, which was originally supposed to be the final book in the trilogy, but turned out to be the 3d of 5. The series got me interested in learning more about the history & workings of Tarot, too. I'm always amazed by the sheer volume of subjects Anthony has familiarized himself with!
O.K. I've read 3 of this series. Apparently, there is a 4th book, which I do not have.

These stories were o.k., not great. They read quickly & were somewhat entertaining, but not terribly exciting.
I think he over-reached on this one. He gets a little tiresome.
An okay book. Became predictable by the end.
D Calco
Cluster (Cluster, Bk. 1) by Piers Anthony (1977)
Truly an awful book.
Grade C+. Book C3.
Young adult 10-15
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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...more
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