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Le portail de la sor'cière (The Banned and the Banished #4)

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Elena et son armée de hors-la-loi ont vaincu les suppôts du mal qui occupaient l’île de Val’loa et déverrouillé les secrets mystiques du Journal Sanglant.
Mais durant la bataille, l’infâme Seigneur Noir a mis en place les portails du Weir auxquels il puise l’essentiel de son pouvoir. Pour les trouver et les détruire, les alliés d’Elena embarquent pour de dangereuses destina
Poche, 760 pages
Published (first published 2001)
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Carol (StarAngel's Reviews) Allen
I know this book is next to the end and it's mostly a build up to the finale' but the action and adventure is non-stop! I thoroughly enjoyed this one even though with each page I read, it gets closer and closer to the end.
Ahmad Sharabiani
Wit'ch Gate (The Banned and the Banished #4), James Clemens

In a spectacular feat of daring and magic, Elena and her army of outlaws and rebels have defeated evil's minions and released the mystic secrets of the Blood Diary. But the malevolent Dark Lord has unleashed the Weirgates—black wells of ferocious energy that are his greatest source of power. Now Elena's bravest allies are sent to find and destroy the Gates, as windships carry the fight north to the frigid woodlands, south to the burning
Nathan Burgoine
Jan 01, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Reading the "Wit'ch" series, previously my only real frustration had been the proliferation of apostrophes (and perhaps ...should take note here that searching for "Witch Gate" doesn't give you any hits, only "Wit'ch Gate" does). Having just finished "Wit'ch Gate" in the space of two evenings, I must say that I've put the stuttering-effect of apostrophes aside, and will joyfully dive into this series again.

The cast of characters seemed swollen to capacity with the last book in the series, and yo
Nov 23, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Que vous dire? Un gros pavé mais je savais que j'allais passer un super moment. On ne s'ennuie absolument pas. Ce tome est plein de surprise et de rebondissement!
Plus qu'un tome pour mettre fin à cette série... Toute les bonnes choses ont une fin...
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Oct 31, 2012 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Coffee table fantasy enjoyers
Shelves: fantasy
First and foremost, this book is miles better than the prior ones in the series. The writing quality has hugely improved and someone clearly got on his case about of the 'suddenly's that were the bane of my existence while reading. I noticed within the first few chapters and held on to the vague tattered notions of hope that maybe, just maybe, it wouldn't descend back into mediocrity. I wasn't disappointed, thankfully. I'm both impressed and pleased for Clemens that Wit'ch Gate really pulled thr ...more
Sep 11, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: fantasy
A very strong installment in The Banned & the Banished series.
Harold Shaver
I first read this series many years ago when I first got into digital reading and was the proud possessor of a Palm VIIx with, if I recall correctly a 256mb Compact Flash card in it that I stored apps and books on. Damn those were the days! In any case to show you just how compelling these books were, I read all five of the quite lengthy tomes on the minuscule screen of that Palm Pilot device. They were in the Palm .PDB format and were acquired from the then fledgling, now departed (it has since ...more
Feb 20, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: fantasy
Belle suite.

Très belle suite, mais il faut dire qu'à ce stade de l'aventure, on a fini par être habitué au style narratif. Les surprises sont moins au rendez-vous. Il y a toutefois des révélations intéressantes et l'histoire reste aussi addictive qu'auparavent.
Bref résumé:
Une série de hasards amène les héros à se séparer pour se diriger vers différents points stratégiques pour des raisons diverses et variées.
Il se fait au passage que ces destinations doivent leur permettre d'accéder aux points f
Joel Flank
Oct 14, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Another griping entry in the Banned and the Banished series. In this entry, Clemens splits the party even more than in previous books, telling the story of three separate groups of the heroes as they race to destroy the Weirgates and prevent the dark lord's plans for them. At this point in the series, the heroes are powerful enough that their challenges are often more on an environmental scale or dealing with internal conflicts of how to deal with nearly impossible choices.

The themes of the ser
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James Clemens [Aka James Rollins] was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1961. With his three brothers and three sisters, he was raised in the Midwest and rural Canada. He attended the University of Missouri and graduated with a doctorate in veterinary medicine in 1985. The lure of ocean, sun, and new horizons eventually drew him to the West Coast, where he established his veterinary practice in Sacrame ...more
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