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The Warlock Enraged (Warlock #4)

3.74  ·  Rating Details ·  1,144 Ratings  ·  12 Reviews
A family crisis weakens the Gallowglass family's collective psychic abilities. The power of warlock Rod Gallowglass comes from a mind-link with the evil Lord Kern, Rod's other self in an alternate universe. And before they can take on Alfar's wizards, the Gallowglass family has to find a way to stop the madman who wants to possess Rod's soul--from within.
Paperback, 251 pages
Published October 15th 1986 by Ace (first published 1985)
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Jan 24, 2017 Colin rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: junk-food-lit
Another in the Warlock series I picked up at a used book store for $0.25 apiece. The premise is a representative of a galactic democratic government ends up stationed on a planet settled by romantic SCA-types who wanted to recreate a medieval environment, and ended up self-selecting for the genetic traits for psi-powers, thus creating a medieval world where magic, witches, and warlocks are "real." The world is threatened by time-travelling enemies of galactic democracy, but democracy relies on ...more
Al "Tank"
Apr 16, 2010 Al "Tank" rated it really liked it
Stasheff's engaging tale of Rod Gallowglass, the Lord High Warlock, continues.

This episode was long on "family" (which is kinda nice), but suffered from a barely believable problem of sudden rages that Rod supposedly got from his alternate self (previous book in the series, The Warlock Unlocked. For this reason, I could only give it 4 stars.

Still a "good read" and worth the price, but not Stasheff's best.
John Thomas Alvord
Feb 22, 2008 John Thomas Alvord rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Anyone
This is not the exact copy that I read. I picked this up at a Good Will store for $1.98. The book actually has three books in one. The first is 'The Warlock something" - The second is "The Warlock Enlarged' - and the third is "The Warlock Enraged." It's an interesting combination of science fiction and sword and sorcery. I'll tell more later.
Jan 26, 2017 Đenis rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: home-dition
Rod sa musí naučiť zvládať svoj amok, inými slovami prenikanie rozzúreného vplyvu Lorda Kerna z alternatívneho vesmíru. Toto sa deje v príbehu, kedy jeden čarodejník hypnózou ovláda čoraz viac a viac z vojvodstva a snaží sa o diktatúrnu vládu. Samozrejme zase za tým stoja totalisti, ako ináč.
May 23, 2010 MarsianMan rated it really liked it
The story was "ok", but it had some interesting insights into anger management
Feb 17, 2014 Bidesh rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2014
Nejenže jsem se dobře bavila, ale tenhle díl mi tak nějak pomohl i v osobním životě. Sláva Simonovi!
Apr 23, 2014 Richard rated it really liked it
Great book, in which Rod battles with his uncontrollable rage that was unlocked with his powers, while trying to stop a uprising warlock who wishes to control everyone with hypnosis.
Jim Razinha
Feb 21, 2014 Jim Razinha rated it really liked it
I forgot that King Kobold Revived came before this book (there was a reference...), so that will be next, I suppose. So far, my older self is still liking these books.
May 22, 2016 Cheryl rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
With this 4th book in the Warlock Series Rod
Warlock Omnibus #3-5: : King Kobold Revived,The Warlock Unlocked,The Warlock Enraged
Not his best work. Don't force flaws on a character just because someone thinks they should be there.
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Christopher Stasheff published his first novel, The Warlock in Spite of Himself, in 1969. He is often credited as one of the founders of the "science fantasy" genre. Over the next forty years, he wrote 44 novels, 29 short stories, and edited 7 anthologies. His most popular works are the Warlock of Gramarye series and its spin-offs, the Wizard in Rhyme series, and the Starship Troupers.

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