Son of Spellsinger

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Son of Spellsinger

Son of Spellsinger Foster resumes his Spellsinger saga Much to Clothahump the Wizard s distress ex hippie Jon Tom and otherworldly Talea s son Buncan wants to be a questing hero but not a spellsinger Instead he forms

  • Title: Son of Spellsinger
  • Author: Alan Dean Foster
  • ISBN: 9780727847263
  • Page: 177
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Foster resumes his Spellsinger saga Much to Clothahump the Wizard s distress, ex hippie Jon Tom and otherworldly Talea s son Buncan wants to be a questing hero, but not a spellsinger Instead, he forms a band with Mudge s kids, otters Nocter and Squill, one that creates a wild, unpredictable magic based on rap Then an anteater arrives with rumours about a dangerous legeFoster resumes his Spellsinger saga Much to Clothahump the Wizard s distress, ex hippie Jon Tom and otherworldly Talea s son Buncan wants to be a questing hero, but not a spellsinger Instead, he forms a band with Mudge s kids, otters Nocter and Squill, one that creates a wild, unpredictable magic based on rap Then an anteater arrives with rumours about a dangerous legend Soon the young rappers, aided by a drunk rhino, are off on an odyssey to a fortress where evil sorcerers threaten the world And where only the unknown power of Buncan s beat can stop the hordes of hideous hybrids.

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    1. Sina on said:

      Buncan Meryweather, Sohn des legendären Bannsängers Jon-Tom und der ehemaligen Diebin Talea, langweilt sich zu Tode, da er aufgrund seines mäßigen Gesangstalentes das Bannsingen nicht richtig beherrscht. Und so ist er dazu verdammt, seinen Gesang zu verbessern, bevor er sich weiter der Magie widmen darf. Als er ein Gespräch belauscht, bei dem ein fahrender Händler von dem Großen Wahren berichtet und dass hiervon eine Gefahr ausgehen könnte, sieht Buncan seine Chance gekommen, sich zu bew [...]

    2. Curtis Jordan on said:

      Alan Dean Foster has a wonderful creativity with characters in this adventure. I was enthralled with each new member that was introduced into this story.Magic fights off the evil forces encountered along the journey of a youth and his woodland friends, as they seek to find a legend far from their homeland.I will enjoy exploring the earlier tales from this Spellsinger series.

    3. Anne Schelhorn on said:

      A good book in the spellsinger series but doesn't seem to have a decent antagonist but rather a quest object. It is nice to see the son of Jon Tom the spellsinger developed as well as Mudge the otters children.

    4. Suzanne on said:

      Read this book without reading the 6 before it , it works well as standalone but not desperately seeking the others.

    5. Rich on said:

      always loved the spell singer series,, have them all in soft back book

    6. M on said:

      Although when I first tried reading this, I didn't like it very much, in the end I've wound up enjoying this book a fair bit. Yes, it's not quite as good as the original Spellsinger books, but it's still fairly fun. The concept of using rap rather than rock to spellsing is clever, even if the raps in the book aren't that good. It does add a nice element of teamwork, since Buncan has to cooperate with his otter friends in order to do any magic. The characters weren't quite as outrageous or fun as [...]

    7. Jeremy Gallen on said:

      In the penultimate Spellsinger book, Jon-Tom now has a son with Talea named Buncan, who yearns to be an adventurer rather than a spellsinger like his father. Thus, he joins with the otter Mudge’s son and daughter and embarks on a journey, with the sloth merchant Gragelouth joining them as well, and they confront adversaries such as a mink baron and beings known as the Dark Ones. As with prior entries, it can be easy to forget the species to which certain characters belong, although the adventu [...]

    8. Hwango on said:

      When I originally read the first six Spellsinger books, I enjoyed them. I recently reread the first two and they didn't hold up well against my memories of them. Son of Spellsinger, on the other hand, I remember thinking was awful the first time I read it. If you decide to read the series and enjoy the first six, I'd recommend stopping there.

    9. Emilyr753 on said:

      Son of Spellsinger (pronounced spell-sin-jer for this one ;)) was an excellent wrap up to the series. We got to see how Jon-Tom turned out as an adult and get a taste of something new in his rebellious son. Mudge's kids are cute too. The ending was very movie-like. I will miss you Spellsinger!!!

    10. Jami on said:

      read this series in high school. I'm sure I liked it much more then than I would now.

    11. Keil Hunsaker on said:

      Definitely my least favorite of the spellsinger series. I really think he should have ended the series with Time of Transference.

    12. Michael O'Donnell on said:

      A great read. It helps if you have read the previous 6. A twist on an old favourite. The Grand Veritable is a surprise. If you have not read the first 6 then it would be just stupid.

    13. Ensiform on said:

      Crammed with Foster's inconsistencies and unexplained oddities, but it’s a good story. The end, where the truth-making device is brought home, is especially good.

    14. Joanne on said:

      Not nearly as entertaining as the original Spellsinger series, but is a good read.

    15. David on said:

      a very funny & humorous addition to the Spellsinger saga. Not a terribly involved plot, yet enjoyable

    16. Etna on said:

      читала просто потому, что хочу закончить эту серию книг. двойка исключительно за проскакивающий местами юмор и в память о прошлых частях романа

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