Book Reviews of Doom of the Darksword (Darksword Trilogy, Bk 2)

Doom of the Darksword (Darksword Trilogy, Bk 2)
Doom of the Darksword - Darksword Trilogy, Bk 2
Author: Tracy Hickman, Margaret Weis
ISBN-13: 9780553271645
ISBN-10: 0553271644
Publication Date: 5/1/1988
Pages: 416
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 85 ratings
Publisher: Spectra
Book Type: Paperback
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Another great novel!, May 15, 2003
Reviewer: Ree "mwarmin1" (St. Croix Falls, WI USA)

The second installment of the popular Darksword novels takes Joram, Saryon, Mosiah, and Simpkin through an unexpected twisting and turning of events. Our party leaves the Sorcerer's camp for the city of Merilon, where Joram plans to seek his birthright. On the way, they meet Prince Garald of Sharakan, who takes the time to help Joram in a way no one has yet been able to. Merilon brings many hardships for the group; Saryan is suffering with internal conflict to the point he is constantly ill, while Mosiah feels out of place and is eager to leave the city. Joram is eager to seek his fortune, but falls in love in the midst of everything. Simpkin, of course, is doing what Simpkin does best -- being himself.
Doom of the Darksword is an intriguing sequel, rife with action, suspense, and deception, including the amusing Illusion of a Thousand Mosiahs. A riveting climax is built through the event commemorating the Dead Prince and culminates in the unexpected Turning to Stone. Joram learns his true birthright and Saryan finally finds peace. Weis and Hickman have written another brilliant novel, one that touches the heart and leaves you begging for more.
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Helpful Score: 1
This series was an entertaining read.
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I enjoyed Volume 2 of this series as Joram comes into his own in this book. Now that he has Darksword he and his "cast of characters" are ready to take on evil in the form of Bishop Vanya and the plot thickens as the ancient prophesy is revealed. No one creates a saga like Weis and Hickman and their characters carry it off really well. I liked every bit of it!
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Was OK, not great.
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Book Description
Born without magic, Joram was one of the Dead, denied the throne of Merilon. For years, he lived among outlaws, surviving by wit and sleight-of-hand. Now, wielding the powerful, magic absorbing Darksword, Joram retums to the enchanted Kingdom that once was his home to win revenge and claim his birthright. Here he will test Bishop Vanya and his fierce army of Duuk-tsarith in a battle unlike any their world has known. Joined by the scholarly catalyst Saryon, the young mage Mosiah, and the trickster Simkin, Jorma confronts the shattering secret of his past and discovers the ancient prophecy that puts the fate of the world in his hands--the hands that forged the Darksword.
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