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Review: The Green Pearl (Lyonesse #2)

User Review  - Starsreader - Goodreads

Despite the many raving reviews, this book did not speak to me. The writing is a mixture of borish paraphenalia and extrovert depression. If the sole point of the book is to show how many family members you can lynch with a single pearl, then, to me, there is no point to the story. Read full review

Review: The Green Pearl (Lyonesse #2)

User Review  - David Meiklejohn - Goodreads

I've been reading books recently with one eye on the kindle progress bar, seeing how far I've got and working out how many days it'll take to finish. That changed when I got to the Green Pearl. This ... Read full review

Review: The Green Pearl (Lyonesse #2)

User Review  - Lynda - Goodreads

The Green Pearl...Jack Vance weaves a mighty tale. Read full review

Review: The Green Pearl (Lyonesse #2)

User Review  - Denise - Goodreads

I liked this second book of Lyonesse even better than the first. Read full review

Review: The Green Pearl (Lyonesse #2)

User Review  - Deathsdj - Goodreads

My favorite! Read full review

Review: The Green Pearl (Lyonesse #2)

User Review  - Isaac Robles - Goodreads

Very entertaining story, magic and adventure with a Very good narrative. Read full review

Review: The Green Pearl (Lyonesse #2)

User Review  - Sam - Goodreads

Great characters, fascinating story, only dislike was the rather abrupt culmination of the book. Read full review

Review: The Green Pearl (Lyonesse #2)

User Review  - Guy Sciancalepore - Goodreads

Superb follow up to Suldrun's Garden! Read full review

Review: The Green Pearl (Lyonesse #2)

User Review  - Fantasy Literature - Goodreads

The Green Pearl is another engrossing adventure in Jack Vance's whimsical world. This installment of Lyonesse mainly follows Aillas, now King of Troicinet, as he seeks revenge on the Ska, tests his ... Read full review

Review: The Green Pearl (Lyonesse #2)

User Review  - Edward Hoornaert - Goodreads

About the only negative I can think of about this book is that it suffers from some of the weaknesses inherent in being the middle of a trilogy. Its main purpose is to bridge to the denouement of the ... Read full review


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