- Paperback: 288 pages
- Publisher: HarperCollinsChildren'sBooks (7 April 1997)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0006751687
- ISBN-13: 978-0006751687
- Package Dimensions: 17.4 x 11.2 x 2.2 cm
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 327,306 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
The Llandor Trilogy – The Shadow of Mordican Paperback – 7 Apr 1997
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This is the third in the Llandor trilogy. Craig and Carrie have fallen under Irriyan's extraordinary enchantment, but Craig notices the cracks in its facade and is anxious to leave. However, after arriving back in Llandor, an ambush puts paid to their reaching Seers' Keep.
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'‘The ocean heaved and a great wave rose. The green wall of water, conjured up by Gerwyn’s raised hand, bore down on them…’
Desperate to reach Seers’ Keep, Carrie is nevertheless overwhelmed by the peace and enchantment of the land of Irriyan. But the opportunity to settle there vanishes with the appearance of the mysterious White Mage, Gerwyn, who has a thoroughly different destination in mind. Both Carrie and he call upon the elements in their battle for supremacy, but Carrie’s power is too new and untried to be a match for Gerwyn’s, and soon she and Craig are unmistakably being drawn towards Mordican…
LOUISE LAWRENCE CREATES A FANTASTIC WORLD OF MYSTERY AND ADVENTURE IN THIS THIRD COMPELLING STORY IN THE LLANDOR TRILOGY.
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Roderick, Carrie and Craig have finally been separated from each other and now know they will never return to our world. Llandor has plans for them. But of the three who is strong enough to fight the Grimthane in this final battle of wills?
Great end to a brilliant trilogy.
I do enjoy books which leave you guessing at the end but as a rule those books have used that same tone all the way through. In some ways, when I was a few pages towards the end of this book, it still felt as if she were only half way through telling the story, then lost all inspirations, scribbled a few final pages and called it a day. The conclusion of this book made the whole trilogy a bit of a disappointment, nothing at all up to the usual standard of Lawrence's past books.