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The Bloody Sun (Darkover), by Marion Zimmer Bradley

oworthyfool's review against another edition

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5.0

THe journey of self-discovery is an oft-travelled road, but Marion Zimmer Bradley takes us down it in a refreshing and characteristically engaging style through the eyes of Jeff Kerwin. Learning more of the aftershocks of the Forbidden Tower and seeing into the inner workings of Arilinn, the changes overtaking Darkover are fascinating to watch.

As always, the world building and character development are lovely, and the reveals throughout the book pile up to a startling climax.

vaderbird's review against another edition

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3.0

5 star - Perfect
4 star - i would recommend
3 star - good
2 star - struggled to complete
1 star - could not finish

deeder25's review against another edition

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4.0

of the "surprise you're a Comyn!" books, this one is one of the best...plus I've been waiting to find out what exactly happened to Cleindori since the doom and gloom note at the end of the Renunciates books...

bookcrazylady45's review against another edition

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3.0

Always like stories with Kennard. Wish there were more stories that fill out his life. Wish to know Jeff Kerwin Jr. real name. Wish I knew what happened to Domenic Ridenow and Hilary who was Cassilda's sister. This is how one gets wrapped up in a series and want all the details.

todomomo's review

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3.0

it was a cool book but a bit confusing at the beginning, although as it went by, reading became easier and interesting, the finale was very interesting though.
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