The Dark Mirror

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Product Details

Price
$32.99  $30.35
Publisher
St. Martins Press-3PL
Publish Date
Pages
512
Dimensions
6.66 X 9.18 X 1.35 inches | 0.01 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780765309983
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About the Author

Juliet Marillier is the author of the Sevenwaters trilogy: Daughter of the Forest, Son of the Shadows and Child of the Prophecy, as well as her two-volume fantasy series Wolfskin and Foxmask. She holds advanced degrees in music and languages, and has had a lifelong passion for both Celtic music and Irish folklore. She resides with her family in Perth, Western Australia.

Reviews

"Fans of Judith Tarr, in whose footsteps this tale meticulously treads, will be enthralled."
" Juliet Marillier is among the most skilled of fantasy writers-- she is far better than Marion Zimmer Bradley. The Sevenwaters trilogy is so beautiful, and so magically woven, that it deserves to become a fantasy classic. This trilogy should be a ' must have' for any fantasy reader." -- Sara Douglass
" Fans of Judith Tarr, in whose footsteps this tale meticulously treads, will be enthralled." -- "Publishers Weekly" (starred review) on "The Dark Mirror"
" Juliet Marillier just keeps getting better. Some passages here are stunning their beauty, and more often than not you'll be quite wrong if you think you know what comes next. That's the delight of it." -- "Locus "on" Foxmask" " An engrossing, beautifully written work of historical fiction and a portrait of a man's fierce struggle to find his own truth." -- "Booklist "on" Wolfskin"

"Juliet Marillier is among the most skilled of fantasy writers--she is far better than Marion Zimmer Bradley. The Sevenwaters trilogy is so beautiful, and so magically woven, that it deserves to become a fantasy classic. This trilogy should be a 'must have' for any fantasy reader."--Sara Douglass

"Fans of Judith Tarr, in whose footsteps this tale meticulously treads, will be enthralled."--"Publishers Weekly" (starred review) on "The Dark Mirror"
"Juliet Marillier just keeps getting better. Some passages here are stunning their beauty, and more often than not you'll be quite wrong if you think you know what comes next. That's the delight of it."--"Locus "on" Foxmask"
"An engrossing, beautifully written work of historical fiction and a portrait of a man's fierce struggle to find his own truth."--"Booklist "on" Wolfskin"

Juliet Marillier is among the most skilled of fantasy writers--she is far better than Marion Zimmer Bradley. The Sevenwaters trilogy is so beautiful, and so magically woven, that it deserves to become a fantasy classic. This trilogy should be a must have' for any fantasy reader. "Sara Douglass"

Fans of Judith Tarr, in whose footsteps this tale meticulously treads, will be enthralled. "Publishers Weekly (starred review) on The Dark Mirror"

Juliet Marillier just keeps getting better. Some passages here are stunning their beauty, and more often than not you'll be quite wrong if you think you know what comes next. That's the delight of it. "Locus on Foxmask"

An engrossing, beautifully written work of historical fiction and a portrait of a man's fierce struggle to find his own truth. "Booklist on Wolfskin""

"Juliet Marillier is among the most skilled of fantasy writers--she is far better than Marion Zimmer Bradley. The Sevenwaters trilogy is so beautiful, and so magically woven, that it deserves to become a fantasy classic. This trilogy should be a 'must have' for any fantasy reader." --Sara Douglass

"Fans of Judith Tarr, in whose footsteps this tale meticulously treads, will be enthralled." --Publishers Weekly (starred review) on The Dark Mirror

"Juliet Marillier just keeps getting better. Some passages here are stunning their beauty, and more often than not you'll be quite wrong if you think you know what comes next. That's the delight of it." --Locus on Foxmask

"An engrossing, beautifully written work of historical fiction and a portrait of a man's fierce struggle to find his own truth." --Booklist on Wolfskin