The Door into Shadow

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Second of Diane Duane's "Middle Kingdoms" sequence, sequel to THE DOOR INTO FIRE. The quest of Freelorn Ferrant's son, exiled prince of Arlen, continues as he and his people push eastward across the Middle Kingdoms in pursuit of his lost throne. But his companion, the warrior and sorceress Segnbora, brings her own possibly deadly agenda to the search...

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Words: 98,120
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452334837
About Diane Duane

Diane Duane has been a writer of science fiction, fantasy, TV and film for nearly thirty years.

Besides the 1980's creation of the Young Wizards fantasy series for which she's best known, the "Middle Kingdoms" epic fantasy series, and numerous stand-alone fantasy or science fiction novels, her career has included extensive work in the "Star Trek" universe, and many scripts for live-action and animated TV series on both sides of the Atlantic, as well as work in comics and computer games. She has spent a considerable amount of time on the New York Times Bestseller List, and has picked up various awards and award nominations here and there.

She lives in County Wicklow, in Ireland, with her husband of twenty years, the screenwriter and novelist Peter Morwood.

A more complete biography is here:
http://www.dianeduane.com/diane-duane-biography

And DD's full bibliography / filmography is here:
http://www.dianeduane.com/diane-duane-bibliography-filmography

Her favorite color is blue, her favorite food is a weird kind of Swiss scrambled-potato dish called maluns, she was born in a Year of the Dragon, and her sign is "Runway 24 Left, Hold For Clearance."

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Review by: Estara Swanberg on Sep. 02, 2010 :
** MASSIVE spoiler alert **

This was actually better than I remembered. I like the shift to Segnbora and dealing with her issues to make the group strong in their fight to bring Fire back for all - and to do things in the name of the Goddess.

The rape is as scary and horrid as I remember and I'm so utterly in awe that the forgiving part still seems believable - but then I have never experienced this, so I don't know how it would read for a true survivor.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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