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Witchlight Paperback – 15 Sep 1997
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""Witchlight" is a fabulous New Age novel that is as good as its predecessor, "Ghostlight"."--"The Midwest Book Review""It's a good read, a challenging puzzle with some unusual twists."-"-Locus""Fans of "The Mists of Avalon" will recognize familiar plot elements in this contemporary fantasy quest. Bradley can still spin a web of tangle relationships and motivations."-"-Publishers Weekly" ""Witchlight is a fabulous New Age novel that is as good as its predecessor, "Ghostlight."--"The Midwest Book Review "It's a good read, a challenging puzzle with some unusual twists."-"-Locus "Fans of "The Mists of Avalon will recognize familiar plot elements in this contemporary fantasy quest. Bradley can still spin a web of tangle relationships and motivations."-"-Publishers Weekly
About the Author
Marion Zimmer Bradley was born in Albany, NY and lived for many years in Berkeley, CA. Best known as a writer of fantasy, science fiction, and romantic occult fiction, Bradley was also the editor of "Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine" and many anthologies. Her most famous works include the "Darkover" series of science fiction novels and the "New York Times" bestselling "The Mists of Avalon." Bradley's romantic, magical, contemporary novels for Tor include T"he Inheritor, Heartlight, Ghostlight, "and" Witch Hill." Marion Zimmer Bradley died in 1999.
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When I finished it I took it straight to the charity shop....it really wasn't worth keeping.
If you want to read good MZB work stick with the Avalon series and you won't be as disappointed as I was.
Ever since Marion Zimmer Bradley took to regurgitating myths, her writing has, in this reviewer's humble opinion, deteriorated to the point of being intolerable. Where are the intricately portrayed societies, such as the one she created under the Bloody Sun? Where are the protagonists who live and breathe, who were painted with bold strokes? All that "Witchlight" offers are pale cardboard figures, lacking lustre, acting out their pathetic lives in front of a shabby backdrop.
The other matter that seems to have deteriorated rapidly over the past years is Zimmer Bradley's judgement. A novel revolving around touchy-feely New Age drivel? This horse has been beaten to death so long ago that it stinks.
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