El proscrito (El señor del Tiempo, #2)
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El proscrito (Time Master #2)

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368 pages
Published 1991 by Círculo de Lectores, S.A. (first published 1986)
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tarod can master my time whenever he wants.
Segundo tomo de El señor del Tiempo que me ha gustado tanto como el primero. La primera mitad se me hizo un poco lenta, pero mientras que en el primer libro, nos metemos en la mente de Tarod, en este libro los pensamientos de Cyllan cobran mucho protagonismo y me ha gustado bastante la lealtad que tiene hacia Tarod a pesar de su educación para venerar el Orden.

Es un libro de transición, claramente, y una pequeña crítica que hago es que se toman decisiones que no he entendido para nada, aunque no...more
I am really enjoying revisiting Louise Cooper's Time Master trilogy. I reread the first, The Initiate, way back in 2009 and it's taken until now for me to get on to the second book. (I'm rather embarrassed to see exactly how long that gap really was.) It didn't matter in the least as I remember plenty enough of the first book to jump into this one easily.

It was actually reading N. K. Jemisin's The Broken Kingdoms that gave me the push I needed to pick this one up (figuratively speaking since I r...more
Alaiel Kreuz
This is the one. I've been in love with this book for years. Right now, if I could I would read it one more time. Unfortunately, it's in my house back in Spain so I'll have to wait until September... sigh...

Nevermind that, let me tell you about this book. I'll do my best to let any spoilers out, ok? So, in the last book Tarod is forced to stop time in order to evade his death in hands of the people he thought were his family, friends and love.
Feeling their betrayal break his heart he hides himse...more
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Opinión personal: El proscrito ha superado mis expectativas de El iniciado, el primer volumen de la saga. Sobre todo porque Tarod sigue sin ser un personaje que podríamos llamar común. Se sale de la norma por completo. El libro tiene, tanto acción y una sucesión de acontecimientos sin tregua, como personajes en constante evolución. Además, uno de los temas centrales de este libro es la lealtad y la confianza por lo que en el aspecto psicol...more
Jim Kennedy
I just loved this trilogy of books. A cracking story, told at a fine pace and made all the more interesting by the fact that the views on the two opposing forces (Order and Chaos) are not as you might expect :)

I can't really say anything more without revealing spoilers, so suffice to say this is really an excellent, reasonably original fantasy story, highly readable and enjoyable.
Vania Liberoff
Una de las mejores historias que he leído en mi vida. La narración es emocionante, las descripciones muy buenas, los personajes atraen y la historia atrapa.
Este tipo de historias me encantan.
Jose Miguel Gonzalez
2º Libro de la trilogía de "El Señor del Tiempo". Una antigua amiga de Tarod y su compañero entran en el castillo donde se encuentra atrapado y los usará para salir.
Julia Phillips
Picks up where 'The Initiate' ended and introduces new characters to take the plot onto its next phase. Another great volume in the trilogy.
This is one of my favorite fantasy stories of all time. It has a strong, even heavy handed moral at the end, but is a fabulous message nonetheless.
Cliff Wichmann
It was a good follow on to the Initiate. Slow at some points but finished strong.
Artifice Magazine
There's a deep sense of foreboding, but really, the plot gets obscured in bits.
There's a deep sense of foreboding, but really, the plot gets obscured in bits.
Samuel Fernández
Mejor de cómo lo recordaba. Cada libro tiene una edad de lectura, está claro.

Simplemente no puedo creer todo lo que pasó en el libro.
Continuación de la saga. Muy entretenida.
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Louise Cooper was born in Hertfordshire in 1952. She began writing stories when she was at school to entertain her friends. She hated school so much, in fact—spending most lessons clandestinely writing stories—that she persuaded her parents to let her abandon her education at the age of fifteen and has never regretted it.

She continued to write and her first full-length novel was published when she...more
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