g Joyse and the kingdom of Mordant are in dire need; threatened by the evil arch-Imager Vagel and the hordes of Cadwal from without, betrayed by unknown enemies from within, Terisa Morgan is Mordant's unlikely champion, plucked from a life of wealthy dreariness in New York by the accidental magic of the apprentice Imager Geraden. The kingdom is directed by the power of images, of visions and of mirrors and Terisa and Geraden must master this power if Mordant is to survive. But the traps laid for them are many and treacherous…
'The Mirror Of Her Dreams' is the first volume of 'Mordant's Need', the mesmerizing new series from Stephen Donaldson, internationally acclaimed master of fantasy.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Stephen Donaldson was born in 1947 in Cleveland, Ohio. Between the ages of three and sixteen he lived in India, where his father, an orthopaedic surgeon, worked with leprosy sufferers. This inspired his fictional character, Thomas Covenant.
Donaldson served two years as a conscientious objector doing hospital work in Akron, then attended Kent State University, where he received his M.A. in English in 1971. He now lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This book is quite a curiosity. The first half of the book is very slow paced and almost nothing happens but the story does pick up in the second half only for it to be a victim... Read morePublished 18 months ago by D. Meakin
I have not read any thing else by this author, so could not comment if this book is usual. It was an impulse purchase based upon the blurb. Read morePublished on 13 Sept. 2007 by Mrs. C. S. Mcmillan
Of all of Donaldson's work, these two volumes are the best. He creates a vibrant, incredibly 'real' world, peopled with fascinating, complex and compelling characters. Read morePublished on 21 Sept. 2006 by Dill
I am a big Donaldson fan, and Mordants Need is an excellent two part series. The trouble with this book is it takes oh so long to get going. Read morePublished on 9 Feb. 2004 by P. Burch
I've always been a huge fan of Stephen Donaldson. I first read Mirror of her dreams about 10 years ago. Read morePublished on 20 April 2000