|Dark Is the Moon (1999) [Novel]|
by Ian Irvine
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Series: View from the Mirror, the
(From the publisher):
Rulke, the last and most powerful of the Charon, escapes from the alien dimension where he has been imprisoned for a millennium. As he amasses a conquering army of telepathic monsters, the other immortal mancers scatter in desperate quests to control or re-create the terrible, arcane magics of the Forbidding. But young Llian, his mind controlled by Rulke, becomes an unwilling spy against all who've befriended him—while Karan, the tormented daughter of three human species, discovers her beloved homeland of Gothryme has become the center of a sorcerous vortex. For there, in a mystic, ancient citadel built by a madman, Rulke plans to wield powers that will reconnect worlds—or unleash the insatiable horrors of The Void. And the key to the Charon's scheme...is Karan herself.
Original title: Dark Is the Moon
Genre: Fiction→ Fantasy