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Paperback Quag Keep Book

ISBN: 0765313022

ISBN13: 9780765313027

Quag Keep

(Book #1 in the Quag Keep Greyhawk Series)

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Book Overview

Quag Keep was the first novel based on the world of Dungeons & Dragons by the legendary grand mistress of SF/Fantasy, Andre Norton. Once, they were role-playing gamers in our world. They came from different places and different backgrounds. Now they're summoned together by some magical a land that mirrors the games they used to play. Quag Keep Can they band together to unlock the secret of their summoning--and rescue from the legendary...

Customer Reviews

3 ratings

Great Light Reading

Pretty good fantasy book. It reminds of a series of books I read many years ago about a group of kids who played this type of fantasy game and were tranferred to the world they played in, in real life. If only I could remember what that series was! This really reminded me of it, and I enjoy reading a lightly written, character driven fantasy book. I have both Quag Keep and Return to Quag Keep. Too bad there wasn't a 3rd book written, it really begs for it. Maybe Jean Rabe will write it now that the Quag books have been re-issued.

Started it all...

With the recent passing of Ms Norton, I am reminded of her books, which I read as a little girl back in the 70's. I must admit, this book fuelled an interest in RPGs. It's a kids book, and it's well written and it's fun, but it's not high fantasy and it's not a timeless classic, it's not George RR Martin or Robert Jordan, but so what? It's enjoyable nonetheless, and I have fond memories of all of Norton's writing from reading them as a kid. Give this book to your 11 year old, and they'll be amused as well.

Quag Keep

I found Quag Keep to be a very interesting book. While it defiantly is different from the Role Playing Games we are used to and the Dragon Lance books about these games it is better for its differences. While at times the book is a little slow the storyline and characters are interesting. I don't think the book was meant to be exactly like the RPG, thus it can appeal to people who don't play RPGs. But if a person is simply looking for a book based solely on RPGs, Dragon Lance is certainly the series to read. Ms. Norton did an excellent job in the book Quag Keep.
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