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   Dark is the Moon, by Ian Irvine  
 
  Novel, first publication in July 2002
 
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      THE TALE OF THE BETRAYERS

    Rulke, the last and most powerful of the Charon, escapes from the alien dimension where he has been imprisoned for a millennium. As he amasses a conquering army of telepathic monsters, the other immortal mancers scatter in desperate quests to control or re-create the terrible, arcane magics of the Forbidding. But young Llian, his mind controlled by Rulke, becomes an unwilling spy against all who've befriended him-while Karan, the tormented daughter of three human species, discovers her beloved homeland of Gothryme has become the center of a sorcerous vortex. For there, in a mystic, ancient citadel built by a madman, Rulke plans to wield powers that will reconnect worlds-or unleash the insatiable horrors of The Void. And the key to the Charon's scheme...is Karan herself.

    PUPPETS OF THE TWISTED MIRROR

    Karan of Gothryme: To save her people, her land, and her lover, she will have to sacrifice the entire world...

    Llian of the Zain: Born cursed to serve the Charon, he now must use his knowledge to overcome his very nature...

    Yalkara of the Charon: The Demon Queen warped the Twisted Mirror to escape Santhenar and the Forbidding, but she may have left her darkest secrets behind...

    Maigraith: She has the strength to lead armies against inhuman foes, yet she cannot free herself from the one person who would destroy her...

    Shand: He has spent an eon burying his past but if he does not reveal the truth now, Santhenar may be doomed...

    Faelamor of the Faellem: The Lady of Illusions plans to lead her people back to their homeworld of Tallallame, even if escape means sacrificing all other worlds to The Void...

     
     
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  • Three World Series > Three Worlds (1) - The View from the Mirror (#3)

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  • Aliens - Extra-terrestrials
  • Immortality - Immortals - Eternal Life
  • Magic - Magicians - Sorcerers - Witches - Wizards
  • Telepathy - Mind Reading - ESP - Psionics - Psychic

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