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Castle Roogna By Piers Anthony Castle Roogna Millie a ghost for years wants only one man Jonathan and he s a zombie To prove himself Magician Dor volunteers to get the potion that can restore Jonathan to full life But he has to go back th

  • Title: Castle Roogna
  • Author: Piers Anthony
  • ISBN: 9780345418517
  • Page: 274
  • Format: Paperback
  • Castle Roogna By Piers Anthony Millie, a ghost for 800 years wants only one man Jonathan, and he s a zombie To prove himself, Magician Dor volunteers to get the potion that can restore Jonathan to full life But he has to go back through time to do it, to a peril haunted, ancient Xanth, where danger lurks at every turn.
    Castle Roogna By Piers Anthony

    Castle Roogna Castle Roogna Xanth, by Piers Anthony Jan , Castle Roogna is about a boy named Dor who is the child of Bink and how he goes on a quest to see the Zombie Master so he can get a restorative potion to restore Millie the former ghost s love Johnathan However the Zombie Master lived eight centuries ago So now Dor must go back in time, to the fourth wave when the king was King Roogna. Castle Roogna The Magic of Xanth, No Castle Roogna is a mind trip that is full of idioms wrapped in puns, which are enveloped in irony Piers Anthony is one of the greatest writers of all time in that he is Castle Roogna by Piers Anthony Books on Google Play Castle Roogna Ebook written by Piers Anthony Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while Castle Roogna by Piers Anthony About Castle Roogna Once upon a past Millie had been a ghost for years But now, restored by the magic of Xanth, she was again a maddeningly desirable woman. Castle Roogna on Apple Books Jun , Castle Roogna I was gifted this book over years ago, along with a ton of other books by Piers Anthony Castle Roogna remains my favorite and I still have all Castle Roogna Magic of Xanth by Piers Anthony Up to sh backJun , Castle Roogna Magic of Xanth by Piers Anthony Paperback Mass Market Paperback Reprint . Hardcover . Paperback . NOOK Book . View All Available Formats Editions Ship This Item Qualifies for Free Shipping Castle Roogna Xanth Book Kindle edition by Anthony Mar , So between King Trent and Magician Murphy, they come up with the idea to send Dor into a tapestry hanging in Castle Roogna to find out the history of the castle Inadvertantly, a spider happens to be in the wrong place at the right time, and it ends up

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    1. Carolynn on said:

      One of my favorites in the series I love how Dor tells Irene it s okay to be a women and that nothing is wrong it it I Iove how many male characters recognize the neo sorcerous power as fully Magician status while others won t While this book does have some sexist characters it s not sexist, it s just funny On to the 4th installment Loving this silly trope on fantasy literature.

    2. David on said:

      These books continue to be air headed fun Three stars because they lack anything that resembles social importance, but Five Stars for fun I love the fact that Anthony seems to share Heinlein s attitudes toward sex and nudity but with an underlying sense of moral responsibility.Bink, the hero of the first two books, was forever being tempted but turned away to remain true to his fianc in book one When that fianc turned from him, Bink fell in love with and finally married the mysterious Camelion I [...]

    3. Chan on said:

      Binks son Dor is sent on a mission to find an elixir for Millie the Ghost He has to go back in time, 800 years, to do this His adventure starts by going through a tapestry, and finding himself in a barbarians body He teams up with a huge spider by the name of Jumper The elixir he is to find will bring Jonathan the Zombie, back to life, for Millie the Ghost In all this is a fun story, and Dor s magic talent of making inanimate objects talk brings a lot of humor to this book.

    4. Angel on said:

      Xanth is what inspired me to read as a young adult, and continues to deliver the same with ever new book I love em all.

    5. Liz on said:

      I lied I haven t finished this book I m not even halfway through But there are far too many brilliantly written life changing novels out there for me to continue to waste time on Piers Anthony s fantastical drivel It s not unexpected Books that are loved in childhood rarely stand up the second time around There are a few exceptions, Harry Potter being one that springs to mind But with the Xanth series it has just got the point where I cannot justify carrying on, and also I m not masochistic enou [...]

    6. J Austill on said:

      This is one of my favorite Xanth books It is the first to have Dor as the protagonist.One of the major appeals of this novel has always been the age of the protagonist I first read it when I was 11 the second time at 13 , so Dor was easy to relate to.The story is this Dor has just reached the age where he does not need a nanny any and yet he cares deeply about his nanny and wants to do something nice for her As she is a Ghost, he decides that the best thing to do would be to bring her back to li [...]

    7. Mary Davis on said:

      BN Synopsis Millie, a ghost for 800 years wants only one man Jonathan, and he s a zombie To prove himself, Magician Dor volunteers to get the potion that can restore Jonathan to full life But he has to go back through time to do it, to a peril haunted, ancient Xanth, where danger lurks at every turn OK, let me just say, I am terrified of spiders And what lurks on the cover of this one A GIANT spider It s amazing that I read this one but I did when I was a teen and I am so glad I did This was the [...]

    8. Megan on said:

      I m going to miss Bink s misadventures, but Dor s are definitely at least as good Like father, like son.

    9. Melina on said:

      Loved it.As it was ending xDThe adventure lagged a lot due to heavy detail, but it makes sense Considering that Xanth is based on a certain peninsula Florida, I think , yeaaaah I do think that the world building was interesting, as always I love how the writer wrote about Xanth as it was 800 ish years before Dor s time It was enjoyable reading about evolution and how it easily explains the change of the land and its species under the influence of magic B Well, that s something I love about Xanth [...]

    10. Don LaFountaine on said:

      Book 3 of the Xanth series takes place 12 years after book 2 Dor, Bink and Chameleon s child, is twelve years old, with a Magician level talent that makes others uncomfortable In addition to that, he is now starting to notice the physical features of the female sex, specifically Millie, the former ghost brought back to life As Millie is now Dor s nanny, he is closer to her than others, and is thereby effected by her magical talent.So, to help him learn about life, as well as prepare him to be a [...]

    11. Anastacia on said:

      So this was another of my favorites as a kid I just loved the fact that the Castle had, in its own way, a personality and mind of its own Dor is kind of a brat in the beginning of the book, but turns out to be a likable kid, and the other characters are a lot of fun There s Anthony s usual amount of smut treating women as objects inferior creatures but not as much as in most of his books, by a long short.It definitely wasn t as enjoyable as when I was in the forth grade, let me tell you I loved [...]

    12. Natalie on said:

      Castle Roogna is about a boy named Dor who is the child of Bink and how he goes on a quest to see the Zombie Master so he can get a restorative potion to restore Millie the former ghost s love Johnathan However the Zombie Master lived eight centuries ago So now Dor must go back in time, to the fourth wave when the king was King Roogna On his quest he encounters many thing that are not in his time such as a wool plant a sheep which is a plant which is extinct My favorite part is when he incounter [...]

    13. Jenniffer on said:

      Much better than the last book I m enjoying re reading the series.

    14. Shay on said:

      Dor is an IDIOT I had predicted who Jonathon was by page 158 It was confirmed for me by 173 I remember being so frustrated with the dramatic irony that it made this book all the better

    15. Ben Twoonezero on said:

      Excellent, clever, imaginative and touching One of his best.

    16. Kristen on said:

      This is one of my favorites Who can resist a giant heroic spider

    17. Emilee Powell on said:

      While I am willing to put up with a wide range of literary misogyny rather inherent in the genre when you read older fantasy, the constant sexual thoughts of the twelve year old boy in this book is a little awkward As usual, I love the world and the plot, I just have a hard time forgiving Millie the Maid for being an entirely useless character and Dor s incessant internal manhood monologues too.

    18. Athimar on said:

      Having just finished a re read of the third Xanth novel, I must admit that I was thoroughly entertained by it It is the first of two novels featuring Dor, the son of Bink, the protagonist of the prior two stories With his power the ability to speak with the inanimate Dor is destined to become the next ruler of Xanth While his parents are in Mundania on the King s business, King Trent decides to test the twelve year old Dor by assigning to him a daring quest to restore to life the zombie companio [...]

    19. Enikő on said:

      Despite some of its drawbacks, I really did enjoy this book I found it to be very imaginative and well written Piers Anthony is a big name in his genre, but this is the first of his books that I have read I was pleasantly surprised the minute I started reading There is not a word lost, not a mundane detail in this book Apart from the Mundanes, of course I really appreciated all the puns and humour This story was original and thoroughly entertaining However, I do have two bones to pick with the a [...]

    20. Marta on said:

      So, the third book of the Xanth series so far I ve liked the best The plot line was interesting, the characters likable I rather dislike Bink of the first two books Most appealing of the character list to me seemed Jumper the Spider of unusual proportions.I do have problems at times with the way the author illustrates women in his world of Xanth Millie the Ghost was annoying in her role of parody damsel in distress but noes, Xanth is not sexist at all Also, I m unsure about the target audience.T [...]

    21. Caitlyn Jane on said:

      I ll open this review with a quote relevant to the Xanth novel series All things make sense you just have to fathom how they make sense Piers AnthonyWhat an absolutely INCREDIBLE author Piers Anthony is The imagination, witty puns and hilarious characters are exactly what I look for in fantasy Such a classic approach to the elves, griffins goblins type of fantasy, Anthony twists in puns galore along with sharp tongued, quick thinking characters to create the most loveable stories for any audienc [...]

    22. Bryan on said:

      Castle Roogna is third in the Xanth series, and actually a better book than its predecessor The Source of Magic but not up to the standard of the initial Xanth debut A Spell for Chameleon.I really enjoyed the time travel aspect of this book, seeing how Xanth developed in earlier times I liked the character of Jumper.Con Once again, extremely sexist But it s light entertainment, and I m not reading this to obtain my sense of morality.Also I saw the plot resolution with Millie the ghost and Jonath [...]

    23. Nicole on said:

      Castle Roogna is a magical story filled with time travel and always amazing puns.Dor is the son of Bink and Chameleon, a full fledged wizard Dor is most likely the next to inherit the crown Able to talk to any nonliving thing few secrets are kept from Dor I really liked Dor, while he was like his father in Bink some ways it was clear Dor was struggling to find his own path and grow into his own man At twelve years old Dor is just starting to enter the path of becoming a man Having been given a q [...]

    24. Ian Black on said:

      Castle RoognaThe 3rd Xanth NovelThis is a third Xanth novel Castle Roogna This book is about a magical land named Xanth Dor is trying to do something good for someone he knows because trent, the king of Xanth, told him to Dor is about to be king He needs to go back in time to find the Zombie Boss to bring millie the maid s zombie boyfriend back to life If you like magic, and restrictions, I advise looking at this book It has lots of magic, and is very realistic to be a magical land It s amazing [...]

    25. Moonstar326 on said:

      This book, the 3rd in the series, is one of my favorites I enjoy the puns and silliness of the book, as well as the gore and quest objective The characters are interesting I didn t particularly like how Millie was the silly air headed maiden I liked her when she was sweet, mature, and a strong young ish women I DO like the character Dor plays in this, as the young, experienced kid expected to play the role of a grown up hero And I love Jumper.I found the first 2 books to be somewhat dull and dra [...]

    26. R.G. on said:

      I ve really like this series so far and this book was definitely a good one it took me a little bit to get into it because unlike the previous books about Bink this one is about his son Dor and so you had to go through introductions and getting to know him and he s basically a wimpy 12 year old boy which I really can t relate to so I had some trouble with that until he finally decides to go off on his adventure to become a man I have to admit that it was Jumper the spider that made the story wit [...]

    27. Amelia the Strange on said:

      I thought I had read this one but it turns out I had not I found it to be quite enjoyable I do love traveling the land of Xanth Castle Roogna is the third in the series and follows Dor, a twelve year old boy in line for the throne Dor s magical talent is the ability to talk to inanimate objects such as furniture, rocks, clouds Dor is sent on a quest by the Good Magician to find a way to restore life toJonathan, a zombie On his journey, Dor meets some wonderful characters, including Jumper, giant [...]

    28. Carol on said:

      Castle Roogna is the third book in the magic world of Xanth, where the magic side is much cartoon like and the mundane like normal life Here we have a story of a boy growing up, by being sent back 800 years into Xanth past to learn a number of adult lessons during a time whenmagic was much less refined and mundane intrudes far into the magic land.A light read, with a decidedly cartoon element to the magic world, but with some easily identified lessons of the difference between how adults and c [...]

    29. Siobhan on said:

      I approached this series seemingly secure in the knowledge that so many people in my high school class adored it mostly the males Now I know why I also have some insight into why the vast majority of those males treated females like trash.What sad, misogynistic shit these books are I forced my way through the first three and that s as far as I m willing to go I wouldn t recommend these books to anyone and I deeply regret suggesting them as possible reading for my son I ll be correcting that as s [...]

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