Queen of the Darkness

Queen of the Darkness

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Penguin Putnam
In the astonishing conclusion of Anne Bishop’s Black Jewels Trilogy, the Dark Court has been formed and the end—for some—draws exceedingly near...
 
Jaenelle Angelline now reigns as Queen—protector of the Shadow Realm. No longer will the corrupt Blood slaughter her people and defile her lands. But where one chapter ends, a final, unseen battle remains to be written, and Jaenelle must unleash the terrible power that is Witch to destroy her enemies once and for all.
 
Even so, she cannot stand alone. Somewhere, long lost in madness, is Daemon, her promised Consort. Only his unyielding love can complete her Court and secure her reign. Yet, even together, their strength may not be enough to hold back the most malevolent of forces.
 
And in the end, under the emergent shadow of evil and unforeseen betrayal, only Jaenelle’s greatest sacrifice will save those she loves—and the realm she’s bound to protect...

Baker & Taylor
Jaenelle reigns as Queen of Ebon Askavi only as long as she can stave off her enemies, but she cannot do this without help from her consort, Daemon, whose love will help to secure her power, but his love might not be enough

Publisher: New York : ROC, c2000
ISBN: 9780451456731
0451456734
Branch Call Number: PB FANTASY BIS
Characteristics: 430 p. ;,18 cm.

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Debneo
Sep 10, 2017

Another fully-realized alternative world by Anne Bishop. (I wonder what she dreams about and whether that's where these places come from). The adolescent reader should be a little older than for "The Others" series because the sex is a little more explicit. I'm glad 'we' didn't lose any of out beloved characters-not permanently. Can't wait for the next read. I spent some time in the hospital and I had Book 2 with me to read. To my surprise the male nurse assigned to me was also a fan of the series. I always imagine a fellow reader to be female. It was a nice little bonding point for us. I'm glad the trilogy goes past Book 3. If you like modernized gothic romance with a little occult fiction thrown in, dive in and enjoy.

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Sep 10, 2017

Debneo thinks this title is suitable for 16 years and over

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