A Wizard in a Feud by Christopher Stasheff
(Rogue Wizard)

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Gar Pike returns in another incredible adventure! Christopher Stasheffs The Warlock in Spite of Himself is a much-beloved classic. The adventures continue as Gar Pike, now roams the galaxy saving planets from their iniquitous selves. With his sidekick Alea, Gar has found yet another planet in need of a good revolution to shake things up.
 

About Christopher Stasheff

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Science fiction/fantasy writer Christopher Stasheff was born in Mount Vernon, New York in 1944. He received a BA and a MA in Speech and Broadcasting from the University of Michigan and a PhD in Theater from the University of Nebraska. He taught theater at Montclair State University in New Jersey before leaving to become a full-time author. He writes the following series: Warlock, Star Troupers, Rogue Wizard, and Wizard in Rhyme. He currently lives in Portales, New Mexico and teaches radio and television at Eastern New Mexico University.
 
Published July 1, 2001 by Tor Books. 208 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In this delightful blend of fantasy and space opera, the ninth in Stasheff's (The Warlock in Spite of Himself) Rogue Wizard series, Gar Pike and his colleague

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Alea eventually solves the riddle of this secret organization thanks to ancient history books, and she and Gar meet the group firsthand as the warlord is finally, easily, vanquished.

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December proves a double-Stasheff month as this talented writer offers not only the fifth book in his Wizard in Rhyme series (reviewed above) but also the fifth in his Rogue Wizard series (A Wizard in Peace, etc.).

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The prolific Stasheff's third novel of 1995 (after A Wizard in Mind and A Wizard in Bedlam) finds Magnus Gallowglass, hero of those first two volumes in the Rogue Wizard series, returning to use his psi-based magic and his political savvy in order to help establish peace and impartial government ...

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Interstellar fix-it men Gar and Dirk and their trusty computer, Herkimer, battle injustice again in Stasheff's fourth Chronicle of the Rogue Wizard (after A Wizard in War).

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In this delightful blend of fantasy and space opera, the ninth in Stasheff's (The Warlock in Spite of Himself) Rogue Wizard series, Gar Pike and his colleague, Alea, must reunite a lost planetary colony, apparently consisting of Scots, who no longer possess the parts, fuels and know-how to keep a...

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