Second book in the Windrose series. Hambly still never disappoints with character or plot, and I'm eager to find out what the third book has in store for Joanna and Antryg.
I love this set. I had read them some years ago and was delighted to rediscover them recently. I wish Hambly had written more than the three books about Joanna and Antryg!
Excellent series - the Windrose Chronicles was great.
it w as impossible, Joanna knew. When she betrayed her lover Antryg Wildrose to the council, he had been sentences to death.
Then she had believed his brain was possessed by the Dark Mage
Siraklin, thought how she knew it that Suraklin had chosen Gary Franklin. But guilty or innocent Antryg was separated from her by the awesome Void between the worlds, from any hope of a rescue.
Neverthe less, she had to save him. Siraklin was planning to gain immortality by placing his mind in a computer that would get ity power by draining the life-force from all on both worlds, dooming everyone to eternal misery and hopelessness. And onl; Antryg wss strong enough a wizard to challenge the Dark Mage.