But when will there be a reprint of part two? I simply adore the Ring series. I wonder if the Revolution will spread to southern Europe I am a Spaniard… and Iberia will get rid of that moronic Habsburg dinasty we had over here. And what about America? It would be funny that up-timers re-discover their own original land, perhaps visit the same territory where Grantville was placed — will be placed, I mean. Just want to say how much I enjoy your work.
Any books that you have written or worked on are on my automatic buy list. I would like to know if there is any plan to continue the Karres series? Schmitz back in After reading it I was hoping the story would continue but later learner of the authors death in I thought then that it was a great loss to the gender.
I bought this book not hoping for much as seldom do other authors really pickup the story as the original had written it. I was very happily surprised that not only was the story highly entertaining but it had the same feel as the original authors. Once again the same feel and a great story. So please let me know if there are any more books planned based on the Karres series.
- The Wizard of Karres.
- God Ain’t Thinking What You’re Thinking.
I feel there is allot of potential for many more books of the Karres series and hope to be able to purchase them in the future. Thank You. Sounds like I have a long wait until the next print version of the series. I am waiting with Bait Breath hee, hee. Eric, if you do read this, please note that you are giving my son and I many great hours of reading and strangely enough so hours of discussions on what might come next… Thanks for your and your Teams hard work.
- Legends of Kalidasia: Heroes of Armageddon (The Battle for Silex Book 3).
- Inner Garden: Meditations for Children.
- The Wizard of Karres.
- Coming Undone.
Any news on when the next x books will be coming out. I have enjoyed and continue to enjoy via the Grantville Gazette the universe. I am just finishing The Sorceress of Karres and am finding it hard to think you might not keep the series alive by adding to them. I first read of the Witches in the mid seventies thanks to my late mother. Then I was heartbroken to find out that mister Schmidt had passed. Please consider another Karres novel. Please keep it up, and thanks again.
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Dave and I have plans to do at least one more Karres novel. Someone stop getting that editor a drink! My copy of Witches is the roughly Ace edition. The original? A delight to this day. I spent the last two days re-reading the now-trilogy. Just finished the Karres trilogy. I found all books in the series to be a delight. My favorite character remains the Leewit. Looking forward to the eventual book 4. Love the additional books. I too fell in love with the original book, Witches of Karres, when I was younger. I have enjoyed the next two and look forward to another one.
Any newer time line available? Good sequels or prequels for that matter are very hard to write.
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I am hoping for at least two more volumes in the series. The last note from EF I see is from a year ago. Any update on the availability of a new book hopefully, yes? As someone wrote earlier in the thread — if you publish, we will purchase. Would you define Gone With the Wind as the prequel to Scarlett? Mar 29, Peter Plantec rated it liked it. This is the second in the Witches of Karres series.
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It's not quite as good as the first. It was written by three top scifi authors and it definitely keeps the feel of the first book, not an easy thing to define or reproduce. It is about the further adventures of two of the witches and the captain.
I can't say much without a spoiler alert, but they go through harrowing, life threatening adventures finding help in unexpected places and the girls and the captain bond ever more closely together as t This is the second in the Witches of Karres series. I can't say much without a spoiler alert, but they go through harrowing, life threatening adventures finding help in unexpected places and the girls and the captain bond ever more closely together as the fight for the lives, their freedom and the universe as we know it.
I only gave it three stars because in several places I felt it was a bit wordy or I would have worded things more interestingly. But that's a minor complaint considering I really enjoyed the book. I'm reading all my books in Kindle format now Jul 14, D. Morrese rated it liked it. I enjoyed this sequel for the most part and would recommend it to anyone who really liked Witches but it falls short of the original.
The main characters lack the charm they had and diverge from the personalities Schmitz built for them in subtle but perceptible ways. The minor characters feel cartoonish and two dimensional. Feb 13, Sbuchler rated it it was ok Shelves: scifi-fantasy , read-in I thought it was fun brain-candy.
It felt and really is just professionally done fan-fic. I enjoyed re-visiting the universe. Despite my complaints, it does scratch the itch to spend more time in the The Witches of Karres universe. Mar 05, Elizabeth S rated it really liked it Shelves: n-scifi-fantasy. The authors did a great job continuing the story from "The Witches of Karres. I thoroughly enjoyed it. One of the things that I liked was that the authors did not re-explain everything, just a few things.
For example, we don't redo that The Leewit is The Leewit.
For that reason, and since this book picks up at exactly the same moment The Witches leaves off, you may want to reread The authors did a great job continuing the story from "The Witches of Karres. For that reason, and since this book picks up at exactly the same moment The Witches leaves off, you may want to reread The Witches first if it has been a while.
This book started a little slow. But after the first few chapters I really got into it. It was a lot of fun and very imaginative. I loved the characters and the situations they got into. The concept of a circus in space that goes from planet to planet was a lot of fun.
It took me a while to figure out just what some things in the book were but I really, really loved it.
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