Jump to navigation Jump to search The Imager Portfolio is a 12 book series of fantasy novels recently completed by American novelist L. Modesitt, Jr. The series is published by Tor Books. The first novel, Imager, was first published in , Endgames, the final volume, was completed in February
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Shelves: 2fiction , fantasy , 3series , 1paper March 7, Reading again as a buddy read with A Land of Fantasy Addicts group. Is this book more of a guy-thing? Perhaps some maturity helps with the harsh realities that Rhenn faces? I admire Rhenn. Public perception is extremely important - more important than lives sometimes.
Scary, but believable. They come in 2 forms. The first is that each chapter has a number with an aphorism that describes the chapter in some respect. The Unnamed is good while the Namer is evil. While we must name things, label them, lending these too much weight leads us into dangerous assumptions.
Modesitt did a great job with this fictional religion. I pretty much cover the rest in my earlier reviews. I liked this even more this time through so I bumped it up to 5 stars from 4. While there are other books in the series, they deal with 2 other characters so far.
Here is the series list in published order, the reading order as recommended by the author. They take place starting around A. This happens in the Recluce series, too. I find it fascinating. Great world, too. Each chapter starts with a fairly profound statement, something that sets the tone for the chapter. An hour is termed a "glass", and roughly minutes of our time.
Each day has twenty glasses, with the tenth glass of the day being noon, and the tenth glass of night being midnight. A quint is a fifth of a glass. He only has a few, like Heinlein. Thanks for the book, Jon.
The Imager Portfolio
Novels by L.E. Modesitt, Jr.
Imager Portfolio Series