Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: March 12th 1976
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Pages no: 271
Edition language: English
Series: The Chronicles of the Deryni (#1)
I don't remember who among my friends first recommended the Deryni books to me (in my teens or young twenties, I believe) but whoever it was, much thanks. They're great sword and sorcery fantasy. What makes them unique is that they're a blend of historical fantasy and high fantasy. What marks a book...
I heard this is a very long fantasy series (which is still ongoing), although it is divided into sets of trilogies so the collecting and reading order is easier. There is a chronological order, and order by publishing date and it’s up to the reader which way to pursue. I love how this book gives y...
The first(ish) in the much-read, much-beloved Deryni fantasy series. I found the characters flat, the plot nearly nonexistent, and the writing style so hackneyed and cheesy that I almost choked laughing. The female characters (the few that there are) all simper and weep hysterically (save the Evil...