Un'arma leggendaria che nessuno può raggiungere, che nessun mortale ha mai potuto toccare.
- ISBN: 8878193577
- Casa Editrice: TEA
- Pagine: 266
- Data di uscita: 14-02-1994
"It is-- OVER? No, no Marion. This is the part of me you never knew would come. It is a telepathy of a sort..." I shook my head tersely as I haltingly explained what I have had to explain before for too many times. I sighed. "Must I say this again if only to say it once more? Marion, when we were in Leggi tutto
5/10 en 2010. Allá por el comienzo del milenio leí muchos e esta saga de Darkover y la mayoría rondaron o superaron el 8/10. Así que en 2010 me dije, "vamos a leer a esta tía, que me gustó mucho con la saga de Darkover y la de Las nieblas de Avalón" ... vale, pues este no me gustó nada. Ya digo que los Leggi tutto
Storyline: 2/5 Characters: 3/5 Writing Style: 2/5 World: 3/5 There’s always a little disorientation when starting a new fantasy novel. That period trying to keep track of all the new names, pick up on the different titles, lands, alliances, abilities, and whatever else the author decides to make part of Leggi tutto
Because I read and loved The Mists of Avalon back in the 80s, I decided to include Marion Zimmer Bradley in My Big Fat Reading Project and read all of her novels in order of publication. The Sword of Aldones is the first book she wrote in her renowned Darkover Series. There are two schools of thoug
Sword of Aldones (1962) 184 pages by Marion Zimmer Bradley. Sword of Aldones is a Darkover novel. In this universe the galaxy has been colonized mainly by humans. The Terran empire is trying to expand its influence to all planets, not necessarily by force, but by economic pressure, etc. Darkover is h Leggi tutto
No. Assolutamente no. Ok che siamo negli anni 60, ok che zia Marion era ancora agli albori come scrittrice, ok tutto, però questo libro rimane un grosso no. Quando ho finito di leggere avevo le sopracciglia talmente sollevate che tra un po' spiccavano il volo: trama inesistente, personaggi fatti a cazz Leggi tutto
This is Bradley's second Darkover novel -- at least in terms of when it was published. Darkover is not really a "series," in that the story did not continue chronologically as the books came out. It took me a couple of weeks to get through this short (164 page) novel. I just wasn't motivated to pick Leggi tutto
What a mess... I liked The Planet Savers because it blended Fantasy and Science Fiction very well with some of my favorite sensibilities from both genres. Apparently written when Bradley was 16, reads very much like fantasy with rockets. Yes, the magic is psychic, but with how inconsistent and weird Leggi tutto
1 Star An absolutely awful garbage book. The main character is unlikable and has no clear or consistent motivations. His backstory, given in convenient pieces throughout the book, doesn't help explain anything. The world is a confused and difficult to understand mish mash. The story revolves around p Leggi tutto
The only thing I got out of this story was learning how Regis got his white hair at a young age (in Planet Savers it was already white). Everything felt overly dramatized, like watching a play, and I just couldn’t seem to like the lead character Lew and his attitude toward the key women. For that ma Leggi tutto
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