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Web of Light Domaris, Disciple Of The Temple Of Light, Was Wrenched From Her Peaceful Life By The Arrival Of Micon, The Atlantean Prince, Whose Powers Over Wind And Sun, Earth And Fire, Are Coveted By The Sorcerers Of The Dark Who Would Harness His Gifts For Their Own Evil EndsSoon, Out Of A Tender, Earthly Passion, Would Rise Forces That Might Decide The Final Victory For Soon Domaris Would Bear Micon A Son But Deoris, Her Sister, Would Be Enthralled By The Forces Of Darkness

About the Author: Marion Zimmer Bradley

Marion Eleanor Zimmer Bradley was an American author of fantasy novels such as The Mists of Avalon and the Darkover series, often with a feminist outlook.Bradley s first published novel length work was Falcons of Narabedla, first published in the May 1957 issue of Other Worlds When she was a child, Bradley stated that she enjoyed reading adventure fantasy authors such as Henry Kuttner, Edmond Ham

10 thoughts on “Web of Light

  1. says:

    I was so sure I was gonna love it, but unfortunately, it didn t happen I like the concept of the story, but I didn t like how it was told I had to force myself to keep reading it Nonetheless, I have no intention of continuing its series as well.

  2. says:

    These days this book centered on Domaris, Web of Light, is combined with the sequel centered on her sister Deoris, Web of Darkness into one novel, The Fall of Atlantis Reviews for that book claim this forms the backstory for Bradley s Avalon series Not really When this book came out in 1983, there was no mention or tie to Mists of Avalon within it, I only heard about such a tie when I saw

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    1 Fall of Atlantis

  4. says:

    Interesting, but incomplete Apparently this is only the first half of a larger work, and it puts a few interesting characters in play but has no plot beyond a series of meetings and a pregnancy, and no real stakes to each of these meetings I felt like I could have stopped reading at any point, because very few problems are introduced for or resolved by these characters Everything has already happened and been decided off stage, or will be

  5. says:

    N o me lembrava do amor de Micon e Domaris, de Deoris ser uma adolescente precoce e poderosa, de Riveda ser um mago invejoso ou Rajesta significativo Ou seja, n o me lembrava de nada

  6. says:

    Lots of good ideas and characterizations, but the writing is so wordy, the story is murky at best I am reading it because it is part of a series that I hope to finish someday I enjoyed The Mists of Avalon so much when I read it about 30 years ago, I assumed, had hoped, these earlier books would be as enjoyable But so far, they are disappointing I didn t feel like I had much clarity about anything in this book until the last 50 pages or so But that was en

  7. says:

    Book 1 felt incomplete The story wasn t bad but it definitely felt like it was missing something. I expected to find this in book 2, which in turn, took a really sick and perverted twist that almost made me put down the book Ultimately I did enjoy reading about the two sisters which is why I gave both books 3 stars I feel that this story could have been better without some of the drama and the title The Fall of Atlantis really wasn t fitting for what the book wa

  8. says:

    I enjoyed this book so much the first time I read it back in the 90 s I decided to read it again kind of inbetween books, still looking for something worth climbing into after just finishing a book of nearl 950 pages in six days So decided while hunting a new, worthy book, to re read this classic Marion Zimmer Bradley book that was originally published as two separate books.

  9. says:

    well i liked it, but didn t understand the name of fall of atlantis where s atlantis

  10. says:

    I found this book to be very interesting and insightful.

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