The Mirror of Her Dreams
Publish date: September 4th 2013
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 656
Edition language: English
Series: Mordant's Need (#1)
The daughter of rich but neglectful parents, Terisa Morgan lives alone in a New York City apartment, a young woman who has grown to doubt her own existence. Surrounded by the flat reassurance of mirrors, she leads an unfulfilled life—until the night a strange man named Geraden comes crashing through...
What I liked most of this book that it all took place in one place. In most sci-fi or fantasy novels the heroes travel and travel and travel some more. This takes place in one castle (more or less). I loved the way the writer created a busy, crowded and brewing with tensity atmosphere in this place.
I read this in the late 80s, maybe early 1990. I remember this book becuause I read it even though I wasn't "supposed to" (parents had decreed it had too much sex, which meant of course, I had to read it). The magic system was pretty cool, and I liked the use of mirrors (I still remember most of it)...