The Hour of the Gate (Spellsinger, #2)

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  • Paperback
  • 300 pages
  • The Hour of the Gate (Spellsinger, #2)
  • Alan Dean Foster
  • English
  • 09 June 2017
  • 0446341819

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The Hour of the Gate (Spellsinger, #2) Spellsinger Jon Tom follows bespectacled turtle wizard Clothahump for allies against invading insect Plated Folk with new magic and way home to our world Crew is his crush Flor, 5 otter Mudge, red hair Talea, big bat Pog, gambler Caz, dragon Falameezar Froggy Bribbens guides them in split river under mountain but no farther to arachnid Weavers or mythical Ironcloud. New Read [ The Hour of the Gate (Spellsinger, #2) ] author [ Alan Dean Foster ] – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “The Hour of the Gate (Spellsinger, #2)

  1. Briane Pagel says:

    Alan Dean Foster has written, according to Wikipedia, over 100 novels, and as I was re reading The Hour Of The Gate I was trying to work out in my head if, based on sheer volume alone, Foster would rank as my favorite author.I counted up the books I ve read by him, and it s 18 The only other authors prolific enough to match up, I think, are Piers Anthony and Stephen King, so I counted them, too King, I ve read 13 or 14 it s hard to tell sometimes, because his stories run together in my mind Alan Dean Foster has written, according to Wikipedia, over 100 novels, and as I was re reading The Hour Of The Gate I was trying to work out in my head if, based on sheer volume alone, Foster would rank as my favorite author.I counted up the books I ve read by him, and it s 18 The only other authors prolific enough to match up, I think, are Piers Anthony and Stephen King, so I counted them, too King, I ve read 13 or 14 it s hard to tell sometimes, because his stories run together in my mind Anthony it s at least 31 I can t remember if I ve read some of his, too, like the 2nd half of The Apprentice Adept series Which puts Foster pretty firmly in second place, not a bad spot to be in my opinion.The Spellsinger books, like...

  2. An Odd1 says:

    Closing in on 1 I liked better while writing review Go figure I thought I was done with series, easier to review book I didn t like Nope I found lots to like, criticize and ponder.Big battle is most exciting Maybe quest slows down over large cast Words and action for all Why dragon Falameezar quits instead of nagging us them with Marxist politics Jon only hero at end, where he does a spell, or two, on lute like duar required What if string breaks, wood warps, cracks He moons after Spa Closing in on 1 I liked better while writing review Go figure I thought I was done with series, easier to review book I didn t like Nope I found lots to like, criticize and ponder.Big battle is most exciting Maybe quest slows down over large cast Words and action for all Why dragon Falameezar quits instead of nagging us them with Marxist politics Jon only ...

  3. David Sarkies says:

    An invasion of the insects30 January 2013 This is a continuation, and the conclusion, to the story that began in Spellsinger The party of adventurers which is what they are have reached the main mammal city to warn the council of the invasion of a race of insects called the Plated Folk Apparently the Plated Folk have access to Earthlike technology which is why Clothahump wanted an engineer and if they invade then it is going to be a bloodbath However the council pretty much behaves like o An invasion of the insects30 January 2013 This is a continuation, and the conclusion, to the story that began in Spellsinger The party of adventurers which is what they are have reached the main mammal city to warn the council of the invasion of a race of insects called the Plated Folk Apparently the Plated Folk have access to Earthlike technology which is why Clothahump wanted an engineer and if they invade then it is going to be a bloodbath However the council pretty much behaves like one would expect a council full of old fuddyduddies to behave, we have our defences, and they should hold up just fine, so thanks for the warning, but we haveimportant things to do like taking bribes Anyway, they decide to travel to other places, such as the Ironclouders and the Weavers, to enlist their help, but the catch is that the Ironclouders and the Weavers pretty much hate each other, so as well as trying to enlist their help, they must also act as diplomats between these t...

  4. Thom says:

    Picks up where the previous book leaves off and finishes the story it wouldn t stand alone Good characters grow from caricatures, and the protagonist experiences much growth I must have read at least oneof these as a kid,...

  5. Peter Coad says:

    Another great fun fantasy romp writen by a master Mr Foster has a fantastic imagination and is a wizard with a type writer.

  6. Sina says:

    Jon Tom, Mudge, Clodsahamp, Talea, Flor, Pog, Caz und der Drache Falameezar haben es bis nach Polastrindu geschafft und m ssen nur noch den Rat davon berzeugen, dass die Bedrohung durch die Gepanzerten real ist und ein Angriff unmittelbar bevor steht Doch zur Verteidigung werden noch weitere Verb ndete gebraucht Das Volk der Weber w re bestens daf r geeignet, doch l...

  7. Nai Wang says:

    And the adventure continues More absurd circumstances and a final battle I m giving it 5 stars for the fun factor and brilliance of the cast from the audiobook It was very entertaining.

  8. Simon Mcleish says:

    Originally published on my blog here in September 2001.The novels in the original Spellsinger series make up a continuous narrative muchthan most fantasy sagas do This, the second, concerns preparations to resist the plans of the Plated Folk insects to overrun the Warmlands, where most of the animals of the alien world on which Johntom found himself stranded in Spellsinger live.The Hour of the Gate is the least humorous novel in the series, and this exposes some shortcomings despite the Originally published on my blog here in September 2001.The novels in the original Spellsinger series make up a continuous narrative muchthan most fantasy sagas do This, the second, concerns preparations to resist the plans of the Plated Folk insects to overrun the Warmlands, where most of the animals of the alien world on which Johntom found himself stranded in Spellsinger live.The Hour of the Gate is the least humorous novel in the series, and this exposes some shortcomings despite the clearly professional way in which the novel is put together This is particularly the case with the description of t...

  9. Peter Curd says:

    Well I was right, this is the second half of the first book I have no idea why they were separated, they aren t even that long 600ish pages combined It just roars along as a story though, the pace is high all the way through making it a very easy story to get caught up in The characters don t expand much, and the world building is enhanced only by a few new animal types being introduced This lefttime for plot. but mo...

  10. Jeremy Gallen says:

    In the second Spellsinger novel, Jon Tom, turtle wizard Clothahump, and others seek allies against the insectoid Plated Folk invaders, alongside a way home to Earth, with the frog Bribbens serving as their guide When the story begins, Jon Tom is interrogated by an animal council that chides him for bringing the dragon Falameezar into their vicinity, with the main company ultimately leaving to seek companions against the future invaders, encountering spiders known a...