Masks of the Martyrs

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Rings of the Master #4

Jack Chalker

3 of 5 stars

 

A rather blase ending to be honest. 2 Rings collected, earth returned to, everything worked out, it was just wicked busy.
I liked this better than his Well World series, but less than his 4 Lords of the Diamond series.

Warriors of the Storm

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Rings of the Master #3

Jack Chalker

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

 

It is interesting to see Chalker explore different worlds that the Master Computer has set up.
Not much else to say really.

Pirates of the Thunder

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Rings of the Master #2

Jack L. Chalker

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

 

Voltron Assemble!

That is what this felt like. Disparate groups of people being forced together to survive. And lots of rambling about how there must be some other force helping the rebels.

This series is not nearly as fun and enjoyable as The Four Lords of the Diamond series.

Lords of the Middle Dark (Rings of the Master #1)

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Rings of the Mater #1
Jack L. Chalker
Ebook, 300 Pages
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

 

I have to wonder if Chalker just wants to see lots and lots of lesbian sex or something.
Not there was any graphic anything, but it seems like he [Chalker] is always turning his characters into females who are already with a female.

That or he has “boob envy”.

Anyway. Think: Skynet took over, but didn’t wipe us out. It had to protect us, even from ourselves. But there is a master set of keys to turn off the Master System and release humanity back into its own control.

This book sets up the band of characters who will challenge Master Control [Tron reference for all you uninitiated].

Amerindian, Caribbean, Asian culture, with little to no European or African influence. Interesting.