This is a combination fantasy/science fiction book.
I found actually painful to finish reading this book, but it would have been a disservice to readers reviewing it without actually reading it until the end.
The elves control the distribution of fair gold just as they block anyone from any of the diverse universes from traveling to Alfheim, the elfin world.
I found actually painful to finish reading this book, but it would have been a disservice to readers reviewing it without actually reading it until the end. Read morePublished on January 11, 2012 by Peldrigal
i've read this AT LEAST 20 times since it came out.
fabulously fabulous book. i wish Duane would stop writing all those Star Trek and Spiderman books and get back to... Read more
Fantasy has always turned on the willingness and ability of a small group of people (sometimes only one) to "change the world," and Diane Duane (one of my favorite writers), in her... Read morePublished on March 7, 2006 by Chrijeff
First, let me say that Diane Duane is one of the top science fiction/fantasy writers today. This is not her best work. Read morePublished on January 6, 2005 by R. Kyle
This book reads like a sequel -- as if you had accidentally started reading with the second book of a trilogy, perhaps. The setting is a very complex sheaf of alternate universes. Read morePublished on May 4, 2004 by David
Duane had done it again! This book was EXTREMELY good, though that is not surprising. I really enjoyed it.
Like all hr other books I've read so faar.
This book has some riveting concepts: justice as a being who shows up in court, prosecutors who do thier own investigations, and an affectionate and protective but non-romantic... Read morePublished on January 15, 2004 by Amazon Customer
I have really enjoyed the author's young wizards series. I wanted to like this book as well. The protagonists are interesting and their relationship is a strong point. Read morePublished on August 20, 2003 by R. BULL