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Mass Market Paperback Odyssey: Odyssey Cycle, Book I Book

ISBN: 0786919000

ISBN13: 9780786919000

Odyssey: Odyssey Cycle, Book I

(Part of the Magic: The Gathering (#32) Series and Magic: The Gathering: Odyssey Cycle (#1) Series)

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Book Overview

This book will appeal to new readers, as well as die-hard fans. The perfect entry point for new readers, this book focuses on a fierce competition for one of the most powerful artifacts ever to exist... This description may be from another edition of this product.

Customer Reviews

4 ratings

A Good Beginning...

This was my first M:TG read. I figured that this was a good place to start, since a whole new storyline begins with this book. Overall, I enjoyed the introduction to all of the various characters, at least one representing each of the five colors of Magic (Kamahl for red, Laquatus for blue, Braids for black, Seton for green and Pianna/Kirtar for white). While there wasn't a ton of action, there was enough to keep the book entertaining. Besides, major climaxes aren't supposed to happen until the end of a block anyway - at least in my opinion. So, overall, this was a good first read. 4 out of 5 stars. Recommended especially to new readers as a place to start.

The pitfighter Kamahl

Kamahl wants the mirari. Kamahl is a mountain bararian on a quest to win the pit fighting championship and the mirari, an orb which not many can touch. Few people can hardly touch the mirari without it consuming their soul. Kamahl has heard this but still wishes to posses the legendary orb.Krosan beasts seek the orb as well. A giant dragon comes to the Cabal arena and many fighters work to kill it. In the end however Kamahl throws the final blow to the huge monstrosity. The monster falls on top of Kamahl and everyone believes that Kirtar, an order liutenant, destroyed the beast. As a prize kirtar recieves the mirari. Kirtar is then ordered to an Order encampment where Kamahl tries to follow him, but by the time he gets to the citadel, Kirtar is already dead. the Mir ambassador Laquatas takes the orb down underwater. By the sea does Kamahl wait for his chance to posses the mirari.

Good Book

I like this book alot because it broght you into the insanity of battle. You have to let you background of playing the game go before you read this book, there are faults in it.All in all I like this book and plan on reading as many as I can.

Very enjoyble

i believe this was a great Magic Book taking place 100 years since the Phyrexian invasion. With peole fighting in pits for huge awards but everyone covets this sphere with some power, watching all the characters run after this device is very exciting and interesting. And for once the villian isn't someone who only uses black mana. A very suspenceful ending as well that will make you can't wait until the next book comes out. A must read for any Magic fan. Good job Vance Moore
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