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Heretic: Betrayers of Kamigawa

Heretic Betrayers of Kamigawa The second title in a series that peers into a mysterious new area of the Magic R world Heretic Betrayers of Kamigawa continues a series that will explore a new and mysterious area of the Magic The Ga

  • Title: Heretic: Betrayers of Kamigawa
  • Author: Scott McGough
  • ISBN: 9780786935758
  • Page: 271
  • Format: Paperback
  • The second title in a series that peers into a mysterious new area of the Magic R world Heretic Betrayers of Kamigawa continues a series that will explore a new and mysterious area of the Magic The Gathering world that fans have never seen before This novel previews the newest trading card game set to be released in February, giving fans a sneak peek at the new elemeThe second title in a series that peers into a mysterious new area of the Magic R world Heretic Betrayers of Kamigawa continues a series that will explore a new and mysterious area of the Magic The Gathering world that fans have never seen before This novel previews the newest trading card game set to be released in February, giving fans a sneak peek at the new elements of the game AUTHOR BIO Scott McGough is a former Magic The Gathering line continuity guru for Wizards of the Coast, Inc His most recent novels are the Magic Legends Cycle Two trilogy and Outlaw Champions of Kamigawa He has contributed short stories to The Myths of Magic, The Dragons of Magic, and The Monsters of Magic anthologies.

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    1 thought on “Heretic: Betrayers of Kamigawa

    1. I wish I could say that I enjoyed the book as much as I enjoy the TCG. I didn't. Although I did not read the rest of the Kamigawa books, I find that the story was not very interesting. This is a shame because I thought that the asian elements, the Kami, spirits, etc were very interesting, however, the lack of character development stalls the book considerably. Toshiro is a good example; he is able to avert every situation and luck favors him so much that we knew he was going to come out of a sit [...]

    2. A friend had been trying to get me to read the "Magic: The Gathering" novelizations for years since I play the game. I'd always resisted, suspecting that the books wouldwellck. Guess what? They do. My buddy bought me the first two novels in the Kamigawa trilogy. Since I can devour 200pgs in a sitting, it wasn't huge investment of my time, so I read them. I did NOT purchase the third book. This is supposed to be fantasy on a grand scale. However, the world that the author constructed seemed as if [...]

    3. I didn't expect this to be better than the first one at all. It's just my habit to finish anything once I started it. But I began to realise what is this book all about. Scott McGough apparently didn't mean to write this as a book, it's more like he wrote this as an advertisement for people to start playing Magic the Gathering card games. I don't blame him. It's just a job.

    4. Schade, Toshi wird immer mehr zum Übermenschen, wobei mir nicht wirklich klar ist, womit er das eigentlich verdient, bzw. was er dafür getan hat. Michiko und die Kitsune verblassen hier neben dem Hyozan, wobei abzuwarten bleibt, welche Auflösung im dritten Band kommen mag.

    5. I have to disagree with the one star reviewers. Is it part propaganda? Of course it is, but is it a bad story? No. It has a great narrative, action heavy, some spicing of humor and intrigue and I couldn't put it down towards the end. Well done, starting on the third one today.

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