Triumph of the Darksword (Darksword Series #3)

Triumph of the Darksword (Darksword Series #3)

by Margaret Weis, Tracy Hickman

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Overview

Volume III in the heroic saga of magic, betrayal and adventure, The Darksword Trilogy.

In the realm where magic is life, Joram was one of the Dead. Born without power, he was denies his royal birthright and sentenced to the Turning—his mind to be imprisoned inside a husk of living stone.

Yet at the last moment, Saryon took his place, suffering the eternal torment for his young master, And joram and his wife Gwendolyn vanished into the mists that marked the Border of the World. . . . 

Now, ten years later, Joram and Gwendolyn have returned to reclaim their rightful place in Merilon. Wielding one last time the terrible, magic-thirsting Darksword, Joram must confront the evil sorcerer Menju and his army of Technologists from beyond the Border in a final apocalyptic battle.

Rejoined by Saryon, the mage Mosiah and Simkin, Joram will fulfill the ancient prophecy of the Darksword—the prophecy that puts in his hands the power to destroy the world . . . or save it.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780553274066
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Publication date: 04/01/1997
Series: Darksword Trilogy Series , #3
Edition description: Reissue
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 246,269
Product dimensions: 4.20(w) x 6.90(h) x 0.97(d)

About the Author

Margaret Weis is the co-author (with Tracy Hickman) of the bestselling Dragonlace Chronicles & Dragonlace Legends series, as well as the co-author (with Robert Krammes) of the Dragon Brigade trilogy of novels. She also publishes role-playing games, including major franchises such as Firefly and Smallville.

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The Watchers had guarded the Border of Thimhallan for centuries. It was their enforced task, through sleepless night and dreary day, to keep watch along the boundary that separated the magical realm from whatever lay Beyond.
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LouCypher on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed the Darksword Trilogy and it ended with a bang. As usual Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman let their wonderfully developed characters run wild with plenty of plot twists and humor to keep the story going. I just found out recently that there is a fourth book that was written years later that I can not wait to read. Definitely one of my favorite books from my teenage years and still one of the best.
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I vastly enjoyed the first two books, the authors have a vast imagination for worlds and characters, however like other series I have read they have no clue of how to end a book. They draw to a climatic situation and let if fizzle out without a real explination, other than they ran out of room.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I seem to have bad luck at reading books in a series backwards. The ending of this series was the beginning for me. I've always been drawn to books and authors who have a very vast imagination, and this is a masterpiece that expanded my standards for a book. I also enjoy playing the story over and over in my head. It never gets old.