SHE IS THE DARKNESS by Glen Cook

SHE IS THE DARKNESS

Vol. II of Glittering Stone

KIRKUS REVIEW

 Second book in the current trilogy (Bleak Stones, 1996), and eighth overall, about the Black Company, a band of mercenary warriors attempting to survive in a world of contending sorcerers, gods, ghosts, assassins, and whatnot. Once again the Company (the Old Man, the Lady, One-Eye the sorcerer, the standard-bearer and narrator Murgen, and so on) battle a rival faction of cannibals and devil-worshippers, distracting them from their real enemy, the Shadowmaster Soulcatcher and her hordes of Stranglers--whose evil plots unfold against a landscape so bleak and blasted by war and magic that readers can't help but wonder where, for instance, the Company's food comes from, or who can afford to pay them. Fascinating, no doubt, for the fans; all but impenetrable to outsiders.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1997
ISBN: 0-312-85907-4
Page count: 384pp
Publisher: Tor
Review Posted Online:
Kirkus Reviews Issue: July 15th, 1997




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