Joe and Marge, minutes away from death, are rescued and brought from Earth to the magical world of Husaquahr by the wizard Throckmorton P. Ruddygore to battle the forces of Hell itself!
©1984 Jack L. Chalker (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
I like scifi and urban fantasy. I don't like romance novels. If you are the same my reviews should help.
I would say the audio is about as good as the book. They are different from one another but both are excellent.
It brings back good memories and it was a refreshing change at a time when the genre was pretty stale.
I haven't heard any of his other performances, but he does an excellent job in this book. He has a good range of voices and a pleasant standard narration voice.
No, this is a light read. it is amusing butnot laugh out loud funny.
This is a good book combined with a good narrarator. After book 2 the quality of the story starts to drop and after book three I didn't find the series worth very much. This book is a great one, however.
I've been an Audible listener for years, and I periodically search for certain authors. Finally, some of Jack L. Chalker's work has appeared! Here's hoping to see the rest of the Dancing Gods, all of the Well World, and the Four Lords of the Diamond. Maybe even "And the Devil Will Drag You Under". Please?
This is a fun series, and much lighter than his other work. Great characters and that twist of body changing and self identity discovery. Two people going nowhere end up going somewhere they never imagined, learning about magic and the River of Dreams, and being tasked with an epic quest.
Chalker is classic Sci/Fi Fantasy.
Weaves a great stort while poking fun at fantasy. I liked it. Reccomend it to anyone with a sense of houmer.
If you want a good; fun fantasy novel, it is a great little read. This is not epic fantasy but there are some great elements to the story and a lot of poking fun at fantasy cliches.
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He is a good narrator but not my favorite.
There are many funny moments in the book. I love Chalker's writing style.
Audible definitely needs to produce the Well of Souls series by Jack Chalker. It is a better series than this one and would be very popular. This book brings back memories of being a 13 year old kid exploring this world for the first time. I would definitely recommend it.
I loved Chalkers books when I was a teen. It was good to revisit him. I hope that the Well World series is not far behind. Thanks Audible.
I had read this book shortly after High School, and remember enjoying it immensely. And thirty years later - I still have the book, yellow pages and all. I purchased the audio book to re-familiarize myself with the stories and was not disappointed. The story retained its creativity and it is amazing how well the assessments of man the author made years ago hold even more true today. Being older, I was able to better enjoy some of the perspectives brought to the story by the characters then when I was still in my teens. The narrator has done a wonderful job bringing the story to life, and my only regret was when the book ended. But the fix for that was simple. Book 2 was just a download away.
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