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The latest of her that I have read, and delighted in. I shall find the others to fill my shelfPublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
One of McKillip's best! I've long been a fan of the "Riddlemaster of Hed" trilogy and this uses some of the same ideas but takes it to the next level. Read morePublished 6 months ago by composer
I don't understand how Patricia McKillip has remained a kind of cult figure in fantasy. Really good writers working in the genre are few and far between, particularly for those of... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Christian B.
Deep, involving, and complex, this tale draws the reader into a world where history can actually come to life.Published 8 months ago by Dan Lindsay
Patricia McKillip writes magic, and this book is no exception. The story is deeply involving, and is worth reading again and again.Published 11 months ago by Mary Knapple
The book is excellent, as are all of Patricia McKillip's. If you like becoming lost in worlds of words and imagery, pick up this book!Published 12 months ago by Elizabeth Hewitt Hulse
A completely different way to look at time, history and human stresses. I started with McKillip's earliest work, ran down the Thome of the Erril of Sherril in a library (before... Read morePublished 18 months ago by S. Marsh
I thought I'd read all of Patricia McKillips's books, and most of them many times, but I'd missed this one! Read morePublished 21 months ago by J. Trimble