The Dungeon

The Dungeon The return of a classic shared world fantasy series created by Philip Jose Farmer award winning author of the Riverworld saga Plunging into a vast prison that spans a planet Clive Foliott faces a fa

  • Title: The Dungeon
  • Author: Richard A. Lupoff Bruce Coville Philip José Farmer
  • ISBN: 9780743458290
  • Page: 126
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • The return of a classic shared world fantasy series created by Philip Jose Farmer, award winning author of the Riverworld saga Plunging into a vast prison that spans a planet, Clive Foliott faces a fantastic world of dwarves, cyborgs, and aliens unlike anything he has ever imagined It is a multi leveled collection of beings from the hidden folds of time and space TraThe return of a classic shared world fantasy series created by Philip Jose Farmer, award winning author of the Riverworld saga Plunging into a vast prison that spans a planet, Clive Foliott faces a fantastic world of dwarves, cyborgs, and aliens unlike anything he has ever imagined It is a multi leveled collection of beings from the hidden folds of time and space Trapped somewhere inside is Neville Foliott, Clive s twin brother, and no creature in the Dungeon will stop Clive from finding him

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    1 thought on “The Dungeon”

    1. Sometime in the mid 1980's, Philip Jose Farmer came up with the concept of The Dungeon, a six part saga of Clive Folliot searching bizarre worlds for his missing brother, and turned other writers loose on it. The Black Tower:Major Clive Folliot leaves his post in the army and his lover behind in order to go to equatorial Africa to search for his missing brother Neville. Along the way, he runs afoul of shady gamblers, meets an old friend of his, Horace Hamilton Smythe, and a new friend, Sidi Bomb [...]

    2. (reviewing an edition which only had the first two books in it)The first two books of the series; I've read the first and a small chunk of the second before giving up entirely.The story is iffy at best. The characters are one-dimentional to the point of absurdity. The writing is extremely friendly to dyslexics, people with the attention span of under 2 ms, and the like, but for my 3ms attention span it's too much. Here's a sample:(note for comparison: the book is formatted so that each line is a [...]

    3. I have read this book a long time ago (10 years or more) but remember absolutely nothing about it, so it must have been pretty unremarkable (therefore the 2-stars rating).

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