Lord Prestimion

Lord Prestimion As the Majipoor Cycle continues Prestimion the new Coronal Lord of Majipoor has finally earned the Starburst Crown after a bloody civil war no one remembers In his hour of triumph Pestimion will

  • Title: Lord Prestimion
  • Author: Robert Silverberg
  • ISBN: 9780061058103
  • Page: 135
  • Format: Paperback
  • As the Majipoor Cycle continues, Prestimion, the new Coronal Lord of Majipoor, has finally earned the Starburst Crown, after a bloody civil war no one remembers In his hour of triumph, Pestimion will face a threat to his kingdom far insidious than war a twisted madness that cannot be controlled.

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  • Robert Silverberg

    Robert Silverberg is one of science fiction s most beloved writers, and the author of such contemporary classics as Dying Inside, Downward to the Earth and Lord Valentine s Castle, as well as At Winter s End, also available in a Bison Books edition He is a past president of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America and the winner of five Nebula Awards and five Hugo Awards In 2004 the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America presented him with the Grand Master Award Silverberg is one of twenty nine writers to have received that distinction.

  • 214 Comments

  • Colorful, beautifully-written but thin planetary romanceThis is Silverberg's sixth Majipoor book, and it's a bit thin. I've read and liked the previous five -- this is Jack Vance "Big Planet" country: big, colorful landscapes, strange flora & fauna, teeming cities, richly-caparisoned nobility, exotic aliens, bits of higher-tech in a metal-poor, basically nineteenth-century civilisation. Good thick light escape-reading, which is just what I was in the mood for. I noticed the Vancian rodomonta [...]


  • Well, even though this book was quite long, not much actually happened in it. The storyline at the end of this one hasn't really changed much at all since the last book. Basically this whole novel was centered around the Procurator of Nimoya's escape from Prestimion and the Coronal's efforts to locate him The spreading madness on Majipoor was emphasized but nothing was ever done about it be Prestimion Most of the book was taken up by descriptions of the landscape and fauna of the places that Pre [...]


  • c1999: FWFTB: Coronal, memory, Labyrinth, battle, Pontifex. Dare I call this as an old-school fantasy. Lots of lovely world building, magic and mystery but very little in the way of detailed characterisation. I didn't close the book feeling at all invested in Prestimion but that could be that I can't remember much from the first book at all. I would recommend to those really hardy spec-fic fans within the normal crew. "They had had the introductory formalities, the embraces and the feasting, and [...]



  • It's been a while since I have read the other Majipoor books, so I can't really remember how this one fits in timewise but I enjoyed reading it and must revisit the other Majipoor books .




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