Book Reviews of Night's Daughter

Night's Daughter
Night's Daughter
Author: Marion Zimmer Bradley
ISBN-13: 9780345309204
ISBN-10: 0345309200
Publication Date: 1/12/1985
Pages: 249
Rating:
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3.8 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Del Rey
Book Type: Paperback
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If you like Marion Zimmer Bradley, read this. (No, it's not in same league as "Mists of Avalon," but then few books are.
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For nearly two hundred years, audiences the world over have thrilled to Mozart's The Magic Flute. Their love for the music has been equalled by their fascination with the strange and wonderful magic of the story of Papageno the bird-man, the darkly menacing Queen of the Night, and the love and trials of Prince Tamino and Princess Pamina as they face the great, magical tests in the Court of Wisdom. The tale has become one of the most beloved in the world of fantasy.
Now Marion Zimmer Bradley uses some of her own magic to bring the everlasting to a new and deeper life on the printed page. All that had to be crammed within the limits of the operatic stage now opens out. And now all the characters find their fuller life at last, and the great tests take on the glowing magic that could only be given by such a modern master of fantasy as Marion Zimmer Bradley.
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The Everliving Fantasy

For nearly two hundred years, audiences the world over have thrilled to Mozart's The Magic Flute. Their love for the music has been equalled by their fascination with the strange and wonderful magic of the story of Papageno the bird-man, the darkly menancing Queen of the Night, and the love and trials of Prince Tamino and Princess Pamina as they face the great, magical tests in the Court of Wisdom. The tale has become one of the most beloved in the world of fantasy.

Now Marion Zimmer Bradley uses some of her own magic to bring the everlasting to a new and deeper life on the printed page. All that had to be cramped within the limits of the operatic stage now opens out. And now all the characters find their fuller life at last, and the great tests take on the glowing magic that could only be given bu such a modern master of fantasy as Marion Zimmer Bradley.