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In the article it says that Stile gains citizenship in Blue Adept, but from what I remember this does not happen until an early chapter of Juxtaposition. Can anyone confirm this?--Salty53 18:56, 19 May 2007 (UTC)
None of the novels of the series rise to the notability of having their own articles? This seems unlikely. And even this article on the series is lacking most of the encyclopedic information articles on books or a series have. This is my favorite Piers Anthony, and I'd had the impression it was his second most popular/successful series. I take it I was mistaken...but there's no "reception" section in the article to clear things up for me. I'm going to expand the article, maybe make separate articles for the first few books...but I really could use some help. --Kaz (talk) 23:05, 2 September 2018 (UTC)