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Louise Cooper is a wizard with words and emotions. This particular series which culminates in The Master is one that I reread every year.

Louise Cooper is a wizard with words and emotions. She weaves a tapestry of words that teases one to challenge and to widen one's own perceptions in a very subtle way. This is a master at work.

The first novel in Louise Cooper's neglected high fantasy series, in which the standard dualistic worldview of the . Louise Cooper is a master storyteller and her Time Master Trilogy stands the test of time as a highly enjoyable, well-paced, and readable fantasy story.

Louise Cooper is a master storyteller and her Time Master Trilogy stands the test of time as a highly enjoyable, well-paced, and readable fantasy story. Nov 16, 2010 Jim Kennedy rated it really liked it.

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Louise Cooper, nee en 1952, a comble les lecteurs de Fantasy de tous ages depuis 1973 avec plus de vingt romans, des nouvelles et de la poesie

Louise Cooper, nee en 1952, a comble les lecteurs de Fantasy de tous ages depuis 1973 avec plus de vingt romans, des nouvelles et de la poesie. Passionnee de folklore et de mythologie, elle a vecu en Cornouailles avec son mari et ses chats avant de rejoindre les fees une nuit de 2009.

Fantasy (444 items) list by Lord Secret. Published 10 years, 11 months ago. View all The Master: Book Three in the Time Master Trilogy lists. Manufacturer: Tor Fantasy Release date: 15 May 1987 ISBN-10 : 0812533968 ISBN-13: 9780812533965.

Louise Cooper (29 May 1952 – 21 October 2009) was a British fantasy writer who lived in Cornwall with her husband, Cas Sandall. She became a prolific writer of fantasy, renowned for her bestselling Time Master trilogy. Cooper was born in Barnet, Hertfordshire. She began writing stories when she was at school to entertain her friends. She continued to write and her first full-length novel was published at the age of twenty. She moved to London in 1975 and worked in publishing before becoming a full-time writer in 1977. She became a prolific writer of fantasy, renowned for her bestselling Time Master trilogy

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Tarod had won his freedom; but the cold white jewel that contained the key to his sorcerous power had been lost, together with the girl he loved, in a supernatural storm. With a price on both their heads, he had to find her before the Circle did. Only then could he hope to fulfil his self-imposed pledge to confront the gods themselves-for they alone could destroy the stone and the evil within it. But if that evil once touched him, Tarod would be forced to face the truth of his own heritage. A heritage that could trigger a titanic conflict of occult forces, and set him on the ultimate quest for vengeance...

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Yozshubei
This fantasy triology as well as the following Chaos Gate triology is one of my favorite series. Tarod as one of the 5 avatars of Chaos is a complex character. Powerful but limited by human form and imbued with human emotion. Chaos and Order are not portrayed as either good or evil though their priests would have it so, but primal forces that are equally harmful to humanity if they get too far out of balance. The struggle between the two forces and more the people aligned with them in the world kept my interest through all six books and left me wishing for more. It's right up there with the Amber books by Zelazny is protraying a world you hate to leave.
I'm a Russian Occupant
One of my absolute favorite series. A great spin on good/evil, order/chaos. Now, can we pretty please get the other 2 on Kindle?
Walan
I have read these books so much that my first set (from the 1980s) fell apart. So I bought a new set.
The writing is divine, the story amazing.
I wish there were more books out by this author!
Danial
It's time, Tarod knows what he has to do and believes that Aeoris, the supreme god of Order, will forgive his sins, even if he is not sure what are his sins...
But there's no space for doubts, of that he is sure, so he continues his search for Cyllan who was taken by a Warp. She has to be alive because if not... if not then there won't by a future.

And during his journey he witnesses what happens when fear controls the world. Innocents die, houses are burn and families are destroyed. Everything in the name of Order...

The last book in The Time Master trilogy is full of adventure, of desperation and fear for what could happen, what will happen if Tarod is wrong and Aeoris condemns him. What if Yandros, that tricky god of Chaos, is right and not everything is how it looks like.

Is there room for forgiveness between Tarod and Keridill? Will Cyllan and Tarod's love win or perish after the final battle?

What is Tarod's big secret?...
SmEsH
Louise Cooper is a wizard with words and emotions. This particular series which culminates in The Master is one that I reread every year. She has a rare understanding of the balance of Chaos and Order which invites one to reflect upon one's own issues and reactions to life. She weaves a tapestry of words that teases one to challenge and to widen one's own perceptions in a very subtle way. This is a master at work. Her dark lord of chaos is deep, tantalizingly mysterious and haunting. His immortal struggle to maintain the balance between the stimulus of chaos and the sameness of order for all mankind is a seductive reminder of our own inner darkness and struggles. The blandness/perfection of the lord of order reminds one of the sugary monotony of too much of a good thing, ie: order, yet it too is appealing in its shiny, fool's gold qualities. The lord of order reminds one of the stagnation that arises from the stullifying effects of unremitting sameness. The characters are engaging and deeply developed. I wish Louise Cooper would write another trilogy on Chaos and Order, plumbing even greater depths of the themes and characters in the Time Master Trilogy. She creates a mind expanding body of work that I have found just impossible to not feel a hungry yearing for more of this fascinating subject. Simply irresistable.
Rexfire
I have to admit, there are veryfew fantasy works which i trule love. I can only count two series: Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials series, and Tolkiens Lord of the Rings. The Master is an intriguing end to a good series, but it is only a shade above mediocre.
The balance among Order and Chaos is an occasional theme in fantasy, and Louise Cooper brings a slightly fresh but suspect twist to this. In effect she says that too much of one power can make it stagnant and complacent. I was a little suspicious of this because it smacks of the 'I'm ok, your ok' attitude prevalent nowadays.
The story is good, and Mrs. Cooper tries to involve the whole world in it. Unfortunately the world seems a bit cramped (especially after viewing the huge multitude of parallel universes in His Dark Materials, and the epic scope of the Lord of the Rings). I wasn't really sucked in to the world at any point, and the secnery was quite drab in the beginning.
Towards the end, though, the pace begins to pick up, and this is the best part of the book (and the trilogy). Suspense builds, and I found myself speculating on the casket's contents. The battle scene was a little confusing, but I like the imagery involved. This is the only part of the book with real grandeur and the epic clash left me a bit breathless. Unfortunately I was rather annoyed with the fairy-tale ending where Tarod's lover is brought back to life and is made immortal. But the rest of the end was great; I felt sympathy for Keridil, and there was a sense of total upheaval in the world- the old order gone, the new order in.
Gavirim
Some have complained that the ending of this book is too pat, too easily wrapped up, and betrays the entire series, I didn't see it that way. I felt that the path and decisions that Tarod made were very easily understood. When betrayed by the gods that he devoted his life to, Tarod took the only path open to him. The story is fast-paced again, but has a wonderful pacing to it, so it doesn't feel too rushed. This stands as a wonderful work of imagination, and when read with the other books in the trilogy, succeeds at taking you to another world, complete and whole. If you can find it, get the entire trilogy and read it. You won't be disappointed.
Like the previous books, Initiate and The Outcast, this book continues with a gripping plot and realistic characters. Unlike most standard fantasy, which seems to have heroes and characters based on J.R.R. Tolkien, this one creates an ambience of realism that grips a reader till the last page. The outcome too, is on well worth reading, and has a few subtle twists. However, in my opinion, the books are not quite as coninvingly real as Melanie Rawn's two trilogies on the Sunrunners
The Master: Book 3 of The Time Master Trilogy download epub
Fantasy
Author: Louise Cooper
ISBN: 004823298X
Category: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Subcategory: Fantasy
Language: English
Publisher: Unwin (1987)
Pages: 320 pages