The Mask and the Sorceress: The House of the Pandragore



10 thoughts on “The Mask and the Sorceress: The House of the Pandragore

  1. Natalie Natalie says:

    Despite certain unattractive writing tics this book lives up to its predecessor which is also fantastic This world is described in great detail and the spiritual and supernatural and magical elements are interlocked and imagined in a way that I have not yet found to be surpassed


  2. Cathleen Ash Cathleen Ash says:

    For twenty five years Theatana has been exiled on a very remote island with no hope of escape Her captors are vigilant Every thirty days a supply ship comes and Thateana is locked in her uarters so she can't try any of her black magic She walks her island prison freely and is well treated She is after all royalty even though her use of the occult is forbidden because of the foul taint the high priestess found in her Twenty five years is a long time to be exiled on a prison island but all that changes when a ship pulls up twenty days early and filled with large burly men the likes of which no one on the island has ever seenIlarion Theatana's nephew commans the fleet of ships sent to the island a day or two late to save the guards all dead or find Theatana now long gone The throne is rightfully hers and she immediately begins plotting a merciless assault on her homeland her own blood and kin It's up to Ilarion to stop her but her ability to wield the Craft and to call on the darkest aspects of it thwart him at every turnIt's really all about Power but can either of them handle the devastating power about to be revealed? Devastating enough to destroy not only one side or the other but the whole world?


  3. Zelly B. Zelly B. says:

    Not as interesting as the first book sadlyIt follows the same seuel formula original characters have a kid kid goes on adventures kid is the focus of the story kid goes through things brief cameos from original characters parents endNooooot enough to get me to want to read any of the following seuels


  4. Lindy Lindy says:

    Pretty good I liked his writing I think he's a talented author but the plot was a little predictable Still uite good It's epic fantasy so if you're in the mood for something vanilla this is for you


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The Mask and the Sorceress: The House of the Pandragore [Read] ➲ The Mask and the Sorceress: The House of the Pandragore By Dennis Jones – Buyprobolan50.co.uk For seventeen centuries a primal sorcery deemed too dangerous for use by humankind has been locked away by a powerful spell But the Deep Magic is chained no and war again threatens a royal house Theat For seventeen centuries a primal sorcery deemed too and the Kindle Ö dangerous for use by humankind has been locked away by a powerful spell But the Deep Magic is chained no and war again threatens a royal house Theatana the insaneregal sister exiled for her treachery has escaped her prison discovering within herself seeds of the blackest power which will help her ascend the throne she believes rightfully hers And now she prepares to launch a merciless assault upon her own homelandand her blood kinBut there is one determined to thwart her Ilarion the true heir who will The Mask PDF or pursue his mad aunt to the very point where the world itself stands on the brink of catastrophe It is here where a tumultuous contest must be waged and a devastating power will be revealed.