|Submitted by SciFant@aol.com|
(Aug 22, 2000)
Chalker always writes an intricate tale. His title, When the Change Winds Blow, is no exception. The setting and theories behind the "world" he created are well detailed. Chalker's characters are not the run of the mill type. His characters experience conflict and growth with real world grit. Chalker has no fear in presenting issues that many other serious authors won't touch. I must admit I had to put this book down during some incidents. There are certain images that evoke strong responses in me. If you are adverse to reading about the mistreatment of women, this may not be the book for you. But if you enjoy books with a wide range of emotions I definitely recommend it.