Faery in Shadow

Faery in Shadow Avoiding other humans because of the curse placed on him Caithe mac Sliabhan nevertheless aids a strange couple who claim to be husband and wife but look like twins to Caith and who are under the spe

  • Title: Faery in Shadow
  • Author: C.J. Cherryh
  • ISBN: 9780345372796
  • Page: 187
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Faery in Shadow

    Avoiding other humans because of the curse placed on him, Caithe mac Sliabhan nevertheless aids a strange couple who claim to be husband and wife but look like twins to Caith and who are under the spell of a witch.

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    1. Violetta Vane

      I’m a huge fan of C. J. Cherryh, a prolific writer of many science fiction and fantasy novels, series and stories. She has the kind of vivid anthropological imagination that’s so crucial to world-building in both genres. When she writes science fiction, I always get the sense that her aliens are really and truly alien, not just humans with a few forehead wrinkles. The non-human races in her fantasy books are just as unique and compelling. Some of them she invents out of whole cloth, but she [...]

    2. Murray Writtle

      I found the characters in this book fascinating but I don't think I acn improve on this review by 'Randym' on :Caith mac Sliabhin has been cursed by the Sidhe. He wanders the world an outcast, with his companion Dubhain, a pooka who appears sometimes as a dark-haired youth, sometimes as a black horse. In a valley where things are somehow terribly wrong, they meet a beautiful young couple who need their helpa couple who may not be what they seem. Though set in a Celtic fantasy world reminiscent o [...]

    3. Ann Gimpel

      Like all her work, this is deep and well plotted. Not an easy read, but I like things that make me think. Her world building is, as always, exceptional and her characters memorable.

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