Master of Fiends Topics for Discussion

Douglas Hill
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1. Archer and Scythe have different opinions about whether or not to attack the Brulnii in an effort escape the caverns. Archer is reluctant to hurt them.

Scythe is resigned to the notion that they must. Who is right? What do the differing responses show about each character?

2. At one point Archer is possessed by a demon and attempts to kill Jarral, but the others stop her. After regaining control of herself, Archer says she could not have forgiven herself if she had actually hurt the boy. "We couldn't have either," replies Scythe. Is his response fair to Archer? Why or why not?

3. At the end of the story, Mandra and Jarral agree to meet again when they've "grown up" and perhaps explore a romance together. Is it unfair of Hill not to reveal the outcome of their relationship in the book? Do you find...

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