Wit'Ch Gate by James Clemens

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Book Information  
AuthorJames Clemens
TitleWit'Ch Gate
SeriesBanned and the Banished
Book Reviews / Comments (submitted by readers)
Submitted by rune 
(Nov 30, 2003)

This book (the fourth in the series) sees the main characters split into 3 groups, all with a wiergate to destroy.

I found when Clemens focused on Elena and her group, the plot was much more interesting and I enjoyed the story. However, I felt there was too much going on, with three storylines. And the amount of mishaps that happened to them all began to become tedious and felt a forced. Definitely not my most favourite of this series.

Submitted by Rodney Powell 
(Feb 09, 2002)

Once again James Clemens transported me to the Land of Alansea. Where the witch Elena and her allies must destroy the dark lord's sources of power: the Weirgates. Clemens's world building skills are awesome as ever as he shows more sights of his world. He will show us scenes of elven city in the clouds, sharks who travel in river of sand, ghoulish creatures called Grim who possess bodies. this novel's action sequences have cinematic quality to them. You will watch as our heroes battle d'warves soldiers and monsters. You will bid bittersweet farewell to comrades who will not survive this latest adventure and be astonish as another character who died will be reborn! All and all another demonstration of Clemens's story-telling ability as he shows us magic, menace and wonder of the land of Alansea and the heroic beings who dwell there!

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