Doom of the Darksword - Margaret Weis Reviews
Description:ISBN 0553271644 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Margaret Weis, Tracy Hickman / Edition: Reissue / Mass Market Paperback / 416 Pages / ... more
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Doom of the Darksword is the second book in the Darksword trilogy written by two American fantasy writers Margaret Weis and TRacy Hickman. They are more famous for their collaboration on the Dragonlance novels, after the success of those they collaborated on this trilogy. The Darksword novels are set in a world were magic is endemic, and the absence of magic is a social pariah, indeed any individuals with low magic ability are often shunned. Magic can be split into those featuring either earth, wind or water and some individuals can be low in magic in one of these factors. However, an ancient prophecy says that one will come who will be dead magically who will ... Read the complete review
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