Triumph of the Darksword - Margaret Weis Reviews
Description:ISBN 0553274066 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Margaret Weis / Edition: 4th printing / Mass Market Paperback / 384 Pages / Book is ... more
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Thr triumph of the Darksword is the final part of the Darksword trilogy, it brings together the story of the anti-magic Joram who has been born on a world were magic is endemic without any magical ability. Joram has been left for dead but survived, then almost killed in a raid on his now home village and then fled into the wilderness to live a life away from magic with those who have little magical ability. Joram then constructs with the help of a troubled mage a Darksword, a piece of technology capable of attacking the magical society he now wishes to destroy. The novels are written by two American authors Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman, they are ... Read the complete review
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