Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Truth Until Paradox - Stewart Wieck

Probably the best of the first three World of Darkness books, with that
uneasy Mage feeling of being slightly out of step with everything. They
are obviously feeling their way with this sort of thing, but Mage was
what appealed to me the most, which is perhaps why I like this book
more out of the first three.

Truth Until Paradox : The Crystal Messiah - Philip Nutman
Truth Until Paradox : The Great Escape - Edo van Belkom
Truth Until Paradox : Introit - Jackie Cassada
Truth Until Paradox : When the Moon - James S. Dorr
Truth Until Paradox : That Which Is Given - Don Bassingthwaite
Truth Until Paradox : Waiting for Yesterday - Brett Brooks
Truth Until Paradox : Candledark - Thomas S. Roche
Truth Until Paradox : Make Em Laugh - James Lowder
Truth Until Paradox : A Block of Time - Jane M. Lindskold
Truth Until Paradox : The Judas Tree - Richard Lee Byers
Truth Until Paradox : End Run - Nigel D. Findley
Truth Until Paradox : Pushing the Right Buttons - Doug Murray
Truth Until Paradox : Dreamspeaker - Bill Crider
Truth Until Paradox : Devils Bargain - Thomas Kane
Truth Until Paradox : Silver Nutmeg Golden Pear - Jim Moore and Kevin Murphy
Truth Until Paradox : Grim Reminders - Jim Moore and Kevin Murphy
Truth Until Paradox : The Seven Sages of the Bamboo Grove - John H. Steele

A girl helps a newly Awakened mage that everybody seems to fear or want a piece of.

3.5 out of 5


A magician attracts the Technocracy's attention.

3 out of 5


A Celestial Chorus nun moves to San Francisco.

3 out of 5


A junkie starts seeing strange things.

2 out of 5


The Technocracy wants to intervene in the activation of a Node.

3.5 out of 5


Dinner Paradox discussion.

3 out of 5


Grown clone assassin mission gets magic end.

2.5 out of 5


A Sons of Ether mage seeks music and happiness.

3 out of 5


Dreamspeakers and time travel.

3 out of 5


An Order of Hermes mage has to work out something else.

3 out of 5


Halloween turns nasty for a mage and his girl after some HIT Marks arrive.

3.5 out of 5


A Technomancer helps a girl of the opposition, in very much his own way.

3 out of 5


Some machinations to deal with for one of the titular sort.

2.5 out of 5


Nephandi recruitment is tempting.

3 out of 5


Some dodgy transactions.

3 out of 5


Nephandi dominatrix, perhaps?

2.5 out of 5


A detective looks for a boy undergoing magical training.

3 out of 5




2.5 out of 5

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