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Mirror of Her Dreams, The by Stephen R. Donaldson

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AuthorStephen R. Donaldson
TitleMirror of Her Dreams, The
SeriesMordant's Need
Volume0
YearUnknown
GenreFantasy
 
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Submitted by Anonymous 
(Mar 21, 2009)

I have been enthusiastically reading Donaldson's works for many years, and I enjoyed this book immensely. The depth of the characters, and the theme the characters display, is breathtaking. On a side note, however, the theme, although artfully portrayed, seems to pale, comparatively, in regards to the TC Chronicles. Perhaps, however, that is simply my love of ethical debate, rather than examining the concept of one's impotence/ ineffectiveness.


Submitted by Chuck Jones 
(May 11, 2005)

This is probably one of the most beautifully written books I have ever read in my life. I picked it up one day out of an old stack of books at a garage sale, and I don't think I put it back down again until it was done, and I only did that so I could go out and buy "A man rides through"
This book is a refreshing change of pace from the stale and mediocre state of modern fantasy fiction. Perhaps the so called giants of the industry like Goodkind and Jordan could do well to take a lesson from these books - Sometimes less is more.


Submitted by Anonymous 
(Mar 28, 2005)

It was a fantastic book and I loved it. This book really shows Stephen's capabilities when it comes to capturing the reader's attention. I do think that some important parts left me wondering if it could have been more detailed. I thought that the end left me rather in suspense and I look foreward to reading A Man Rides Through so that I can see how it ends. The relationship between the characters leaves something to be desired. Only a few of the characters even seem to have a true relationship. I also think that this book has left the reader in the dark much more than it should have, you have to read to about the middle of the book before you can even get what is going on. I still think this book is a must read.


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