The Curse of the Mistwraith
The stunning first volume in Janny Wurts’s epic tale of two half-brothers cursed to life-long enmity, now re-released with a striking new cover. The world of Athera lives in eternal fog, its skies obscured by the malevolent Mistwraith. Only the combined powers of two half-brothers can... show more
The stunning first volume in Janny Wurts’s epic tale of two half-brothers cursed to life-long enmity, now re-released with a striking new cover. The world of Athera lives in eternal fog, its skies obscured by the malevolent Mistwraith. Only the combined powers of two half-brothers can challenge the Mistwraith’s stranglehold: Arithon, Master of Shadow and Lysaer, Lord of Light. Arithon and Lysaer will find that they are inescapably bound inside a pattern of events dictated by their own deepest convictions. Yet there is more at stake than one battle with the Mistwraith – as the sorcerers of the Fellowship of Seven know well. For between them the half-brothers hold the balance of the world, its harmony and its future, in their hands.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: May 1st 2009
Pages no: 799
Edition language: English
Series: Wars of Light and Shadow (#1)
Very intense and emotional epic fantasy of mature scope and depth, a book that can be experienced as a self-contained story yet it's the stage setter of a longer series, which I'm currently reading and enjoying immensely.I loved the richly detailed and researched descriptions and the harmonic world-...
The Curse of the Mistwraith is the first of an eight book series. It focuses on two half brothers who posses the powers of Light and Shadow between them. PoVs switch between said half-brothers and some of the other major characters. I didn't like this book much. The story is interesting enough, bu...
Janny Wurts - Curse of the MistwraithArithon S'Ffalenn and Lysaer S'Ilessid are princes of two kingdoms which have been at war for centuries. They are also half-brothers on their mother's side, and each have a gift of elemental magic through her. Lysaer recieved no training in his powers of light ...
Unfortunately, I did not enjoy Mistwraith at all. I literally was forcing myself to read 50 to 100 pages at a time, before I'd lose interest and set it down again. Had the plot been told in a more linear fashion, with less background and more actual action, I might have enjoyed it more. The writin...
Between the whining, the childish attitudes [I'll do what I want so don't tell me what to do, or if you do, I'll do just the opposite:], the womanish emoting of the two princes's, it was too much to handle. The 2 main characters should have been women, not men. Men would have grabbed the situation...