"A grand epic...showcasing Carey's intimate development of deeply wounded, sometimes deeply flawed, yet utterly dignified and sympathetic characters, with some of the best dragons in all fantasy literature."--"Booklist" on "Banewreaker""A memorable beginning to what should be another strong series."--"Publishers Weekly "on "Banewreaker""Carey creates a masterful interplay of subjective views...Whereas Tolkien kept Sauron mainly on the sidelines as the embodiment of Ancient Evil, less a main actor than a smoldering threat, Carey restores him and his lieutenant's to the stature they had Milton."--"Locus" on "Banewreaker""An intriguing fantasy world with interesting characters and more than a touch or romance."--"Chronicle" (UK) on "Banewreaker"Vom Verlag:
Once, the Seven Shapers dwelled in accord. First born among them was Haomane, Lord-of-Thought - who with his six sibling gods shaped the world to his will. But Haomane was displeased, for his younger brother Satoris was too prideful in his gifts to the race of Men, and refused to bow to Haomane. So began the Shapers' War. Haomane and his siblings lay at one end of a vast ocean, unable to touch their creations, while Satoris and the races of the world dwelled on the other. Satoris is reviled, because most of the races believe that it was he alone who caused the rift. But Satoris sits in his Darkhaven - seeking neither victory nor vengeance. Now a new prophecy has come of how the world could be made whole if Satoris were destroyed. To thwart the prophecy, Satoris orders Tanaros Blacksword, his chief lieutenant and the immortal Commander General of his army, to capture the Lady of the Ellylon - the beautiful Cerelinde - to prevent her alliance with the last High King of Men. But what neither realize is that meeting Cerelinde will irrevocably change Tanaros's world forever, and could doom Satoris in the process...
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