The Prophet of Lamath (Pelman the Powershaper #1)



The Prophet of Lamath (Pelman the Powershaper #1) BEWARE THE DRAGON The Dragon Was Divided Its Two Heads, Vicia And Heinox, Were Fighting For Control Of Its Massive Body For Centuries, It Had Sat Quietly At Dragonsgate, Content With Its Tribute Of Slaves For Food Now It Took To The Air, Burning Villages At Random Throughout The Three Lands To Vent Its Rage And Confusion With Dragonsgate Open For The Passage Of Armies, War And Chaos Beset All The Lands.It Was All The Fault Of Pelmen The Player, Who Had Confused The Heads To Gain Escape For Himself And The Princess Bronwynn Pelmen The Player, Pelmen The Powershaper Now Pelmen The Prophet Of The Power And Only Pelmen Could End The Evils That Threatened To Destroy Everything.But Pelmen Was Helpless, Locked In The King S Dungeon, Waiting To Be Executed On The Drawing Blocks Should He Escape, The Prophecy Of The Priestess Foretold An Even Terrifying Fate At The Mouths Of The Dragon

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 357 pages
  • The Prophet of Lamath (Pelman the Powershaper #1)
  • Robert Don Hughes
  • English
  • 06 March 2018
  • 0345282116

10 thoughts on “The Prophet of Lamath (Pelman the Powershaper #1)

  1. Len Evans Jr says:

    Ok. sorry about the delay I started reading book 2 and kinda forgot about reviewing this first book I had not read this series since I was in college yes that was many many years ago LOL so I was not sure how much I would like it some 30 yrs later Well I have to say itthan hold its own, I must say I like it eventhis 2nd time Much of this increased liking is very much due to the fact that 30yrs later I am a muchexperienced person with the ability to see muchdeep Ok. sorry about the delay I started reading book 2 and kinda forgot about reviewing this first book I had not read this series since I was in college yes that was many many years ago LOL so I was not sure how much I would like it some 30 yrs later Well I have to say itthan hold its own, I must say I like it eventhis 2nd time Much of this increased liking is very much due to the fact that 30yrs later I am a muchexperienced person with the ability to see muchdeeply into the author s writin...

  2. Christopher Sutch says:

    I haven t read this since high school, so when I picked it up 25 years later, I was prepared for a really awful reading experience However, aside from some too convenient plot twists and some other new writer clumsiness, Hughes can be proud of this first novel The two headed dragon is a plus, and...

  3. Paul Kelly says:

    I ve known Bob Hughes for years and have always known he was a great writer and a great thinker, but I recently found this fantasy novel he wrote years ago I must have bought it before I met him and never read it I loved it His story is engaging His characte...

  4. Charles McGonigal says:

    Interesting This is the first book in a while that I didn t get by recommendation just picked it up in a bookshop with a Groupon The author sets up an unusually divided land magic, religion, and science , and...

  5. Peter says:

    Quite enjoyable quirky read

  6. Joshua Robinson says:

    The The Prophet of Lamath was an engaging read that brought a different set of fantasy rules to the table The characters were well fleshed out, and plot was dynamic but not overly complicated I was pleased to learn that this is the first in a trilogy so I can look forward totime in the world spent with these characters Also of note that while I had my suspicions about the author while reading his handling of religion and belief I was pleased to see my suspicions confirmed in that he is The The Prophet of Lamath was an engaging read that brought a different set of fantasy rules to the table The characters were well fleshed out, and plot was dynamic but not overly complicated I was pleased to learn that this is the first in a trilogy so I can look forward totime in the world spent with these characters Also of note that while I had my suspicions about the author while reading his handling of religion and belief I was pleased to see my susp...

  7. Douglas Milewski says:

    The Prophet of Lamath 1979 by Robert Don Hughes, is a humorous Game of Thrones before there even was a Game of Thrones, with Pelman the Powershaper as the main protagonist and the main antagonist It s a noteworthy trick pulling that one off The book reads smoothly but not engagingly, plots along bumpily, offers stock archetypes who never really get...

  8. Jim Phetterplace says:

    I ve reread this trilogy every two or three years since my high school days They re like old friends with a quirky engaging tale to tell.

  9. Timothy Boyd says:

    Great first book by this writer Very interesting way the magic uses the main character rather than the other way around Good engaging read Very recommended

  10. Justin Lopez says:

    one of the greatest books I have ever read

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