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The Saga of the Renunciates: (Darkover Omnibus #3)

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  • Posted December 27, 2009

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    I Also Recommend:

    The Saga of Renunciates trilogy

    The Shattered Chain:
    This was a really good story. Magda finds herself in an impossible situation. She is a Terra agent on Darkover to learn and study. Her ex is held for ransom, and is forced to recue him herself by imposing as an Amazon. Naturally, she comes face to face with the true Amazons. She must take the Amazon oath in order to save her ex, without betraying her Terra roots and responsibilities. Later, she comes to find that her latent laran abilities are awakened. Marion Z. Bradley really examines what it means to be a woman on Darkover from so many points of view. I'm really looking for to reading the next book in the saga.
    Thendara House:
    Of all the Darkover novels I've read so far, I absolutely did not like this one. Marion Zimmer Bradley goes on and on about the same issues with the two characters Jaelle and Magdalen Lorne. Even the repetition of the routine at the Terran HQ was too much for me. I believe half of this novel can be edited out. She really had trouble with moving on with the story telling. I was interested in when they actually left the guild house in search of Aleki, and the leronis from the Forbidden Tower. At one point, I considered to not finish the novel and just move on to the next book in the saga.
    City Of Sorcery:

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 18, 2003

    Great read

    A typical Marion Zimmer Bradley. It was a great read. The story line was great and transported you to another world.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2003

    wonderful adventure

    This book, in addition to its enrapturing plot, goes into some pretty philosophical things on the side. Ideas such as evil vs good, cultural outsiders, formation of self in childhood, and the eternal quest for self-discovery are touched on within this novel. I highly recommend it!

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