Two To Conquer
Publish date: August 16th 1982
Publisher: Arrow Books
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Series: Darkover 6 (#7)
I'm a fan of Marion Zimmer Bradley, but my affection for her rests not on the Avalon books, which I didn't care for, but her Darkover series. Darkover is a "lost colony" of Earth that falls back into a medieval society. Ruled by a psychically gifted aristocracy, after centuries it's rediscovered by ...
Hero is a rapist. I do not care about his personal growth.
as part of the omnibus with Darkover Landfall
This is one of my favorite Darkover novels because Bradley is taking a risk. The two male leads are not "good men" in the beginning of the book. The book is about how society makes us, but also about how we can redeem ourselves. It is also one of the few books that has a "beauty and the beast" ro...
Implausible technology. Unsympathetic characters. Unhealthy relationships.Bradley takes an original twist on the doppelganger concept -- in her universe there really are two identical versions of every individual (don't ask me how people on Darkover know this when their planet is isolated and low-te...
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