The Invisible Ring
Jared is a Red Jewel Warlord auctioned as a pleasure slave by a notorious queen. He fears he will share the fate of her other slaves, but the Gray Lady may not be what she seems...."Darkly mesmerizing."-LocusPraise for The Black Jewels Trilogy: "Darkly mesmerizing...[a] fascinating, dark... show more
Jared is a Red Jewel Warlord auctioned as a pleasure slave by a notorious queen. He fears he will share the fate of her other slaves, but the Gray Lady may not be what she seems...."Darkly mesmerizing."-LocusPraise for The Black Jewels Trilogy: "Darkly mesmerizing...[a] fascinating, dark world...definitely worth checking out." -Locus"[Bishop] has a unique voice-the writing is so rich and lush...[the] characters are so dark and compelling."-American Bookseller "A fabulous new talent...a uniquely realized fantasy filled with vibrant colors and rich textures. A wonderful new voice, Ms. Bishop holds us spellbound from the very first page."-Romantic Times "Lavishly sensual...a richly detailed world based on a reversal of standard genre cliches."-Library Journal "Features a fascinating world consisting of three realms amply peopled with interesting and nearly always dangerous characters."-The Romance Reader
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: October 1st 2000
Pages no: 398
Edition language: English
Series: The Black Jewels (#4)
W mojej ocenia książka przeciętna, czegoś mi w niej brakowało. Nie potrafiła mnie wciągnąć tak jak poprzednie tomy tego cyklu. Dopiero pod koniec rzeczywiście się trochę zmieniło. Dla mnie nie miała takiej siły przyciągania… tego elementu który sprawia, że człowiek nie tylko czyta ile może, ale bard...
This not the book I'd start with if you're new to Anne Bishop or her Dark Jewels series. I'd recommend reading at least the opening trilogy first of Daughter of the Blood, Heir to the Shadows and Queen of the Darkness, despite the fact this novel precedes them chronologically (set a few centuries be...
Jared is a pleasure slave being sold on to a notorious queen. Demon has a cameo and Dorothea functions as an interesting villan.
Reread in February 2013Reread January 2012.
The things that I hate about the Black Jewels trilogy are mostly missing from this book, which in many ways makes it stronger than the trilogy. If I'm rereading any of the books, I tend to pick this one up rather than the trilogy. Less of the plot is devoted to melodrama. And even though you still h...