Book Reviews of Saber and Shadow (Fifth Millennium, Bk 2)

Saber and Shadow  (Fifth Millennium, Bk 2)
Saber and Shadow - Fifth Millennium, Bk 2
Author: Shirley Meier, S. M. Stirling
ISBN-13: 9780671721435
ISBN-10: 0671721437
Publication Date: 11/1/1992
Pages: 384
Rating:
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3.6 stars, based on 18 ratings
Publisher: Baen
Book Type: Paperback
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priests, lords, wizards, merchants and thieves in the 5th Millennium and the two who meet in Illizbuah
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In the Fifth Millennium there was no city larger, wealthier or more corrupt than Illizbuah: Queen of the Lannic Ocean, home to the mad immortal God-King of Fehinna, metropolis of the continent of Almerkun. The intrigues of its priests and lords, wizards and merchants and thieves, were ancient and inbred and formal as a dance. Yet two homeless wanderers would set all their plans at naught.

One was tall and red-maned, as ruthlessly honest as her sword. The other was small and dark, a creature of knives and magic and shadows. In Illizbuah they would meet. After that, the city, and the world, would never be the same.