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Two worlds - the scientific Proton, and the magical Phaze - exist side-by-side. Now, Mach has crossed from Proton to Phaze, switching places with his counterpart, Bane. And both must learn to survive in environments alien to their own nature.

Be sure to check out all of the titles in the Apprentice Adept Series.
©1987 Piers Anthony (P)2009 Audible, Inc.

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I first read the Apprentice Adept when I was still a boy, much to my mother's dissatisfaction. Long did I believe the story ended with the third. My delight upon finding book 5 in a used book store was great, as was my despair of ever finding the others. Audible allowed me to thoroughly enjoy this great work, delivered most excellently by the narrator, for which my gratitude shall endure for some time.

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Thee. Thee. Thee.

my first book was the Incarnate series bearing an hourglass from that book until this day I will always be a fan of Pierce Anthony

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Phaze 1 - Stile 0

What other book might you compare Out of Phaze to and why?

The previous three books in the series were entertaining despite the gross flaws of the main character Stile. The author had obviously projected a wild wish-fulfillment fantasy onto his main character and it was quite disturbing at times. The protagonist Stile is an arrogant, self-serving jerk.

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So, it was quite a pleasant shock that the best book in the series so far was the one that was almost entirely absent of the Stile character.

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A wonder of a book

Book 4 keeps the world of Phaze going with twists. This one keeps twisting and turning also.

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thankfully in debt

I will continue reading this series, Anthony 's works and listening to Audible. thank you for the good read.

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