[Reading] ➸ Witchlight (Light, #2) ➮ Marion Zimmer Bradley – Anguillais.us

Witchlight (Light, #2) Marion Zimmer Bradley, One Of The Most Beloved And Praised Fantasy Storytellers Of Our Time, Has Once Again Written A Compelling And Powerful Novel With Larger Than Life Characters.Winter Musgrave S Past Is Largely Blank, Her Memories Missing Or Tissue Thin She Seem To Be Possessed Objects Shatter When She Passes, The Corpses Of Animal Appear On Her Doorstep And She Has The Terrible Feeling That Something Horrible Happened In Her Empty Past Results Of Which Are Now Haunting Her With Unbridled Fury.Seeking Help, Winter Turns To Truth Jourdemayne And Learns That The Key To Unlocking Her Lost Memories Lies Within Herself And In The Magickal Circle Of Friends In College But The Circle Was Broken Long Ago Winter Must Reconstruct It Is She Is To Save Her Life.Not Just The Story Of A Woman S Search For Her Missing Past, Witchlight Is A Powerful Novel Of Contemporary Fantasy That Pulls Readers In And Hold Them Until The Final Page Anyone Who Loves Good Contemporary Fiction Will Devour Witchlight.

[Reading] ➸ Witchlight (Light, #2)  ➮ Marion Zimmer Bradley – Anguillais.us
  • Paperback
  • 352 pages
  • Witchlight (Light, #2)
  • Marion Zimmer Bradley
  • English
  • 04 September 2019
  • 0765347148

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➸ Witchlight (Light, #2) ➮ Marion Zimmer Bradley – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    I never read this author before, despite her celebrity status in the speculative fiction genre, and this book definitely wasn t the one to start It s rather blah The heroine s all consuming emotion throughout the story is anger She is stubborn, snooty, and she doesn t treat anyone well For all I can tell, she doesn t like anyone, with...


  2. says:

    Poorly written, way too cliche, flat characters, wholly unsatisfying The third MZB book I ve read, and it failed to deliver at every level Countless times I yelled out WHAT while reading This was usually followed by some of the biggest eye rolls I ve ever performed in my life Useless, lifeless book.


  3. says:

    I ve read a number of Bradley s books and enjoyed most of them though Mists of Avalon was by far her best But this was horrid Don t waste your time.


  4. says:

    I ve read a few books by MZB, so I was pretty surprised at the subject of this book Where I usually associate her with fairy tale kingdoms Arthurian legends, this book is solidly in the present 1990s The end result is something that both pleased disappointed me.Winter is a young woman running from something that she is unable to describe Previously she was a self assured young mover shaker on Wall Street, but took a leave of absence from all of that due to reasons she is I ve read a few books by MZB, so I was pretty surprised at the subject of t...


  5. says:

    I love Marion Zimmer Bradley s writing but have never read her books outside of those associated with the Mists of Avalon series So this novel was my first foray into her general fantasy fiction.It was a strange ride, although I did read the entire book in one day as I had to find out what happens This is a sort of mystery novel with a sci fi fantasy twist The main character, Winter I have to say the names in this novel were a little like something out of a bad renaissance fair Everytime a I love Marion Zimmer Bradley s writing but have never read her books outside of those associated with the Mists of Avalon series So this novel was my first foray into her general fantasy fiction.It was a strange ride, although I did read the entire book in one day as I had to find out what happens This is a sort of mystery novel with a sci fi fantasy twist The main character, Winter I have to say the names in this novel were a little like somethi...


  6. says:

    After the mess that was Ghostlight book one in the Light series I was relieved to find this one was written a little better It isn t really necessary to read them in order, although you will miss out a little on the backstory of some characters And there s been some uproar about the fact that this book was co authored ghostwritten, completely written, noone seems to know for sure by someone other than Marion Zimmer Bradley, despite her name being on the cover.When Winter Musgrave finds her After the mess that was Ghostlight book one in the Light ser...


  7. says:

    Thirty something Winter Musgrave awakens one morning possessing only ragged shreds of memory about her very identity Evenscary are the mutilated animals she keeps finding in the yard, and the creepy way in which things keep flying off shelves Hysterical, Winter seeks the assistance of a team of parapsychologists, and by following their advice, she begins to recover bits and pieces of her past She also discovers that she has some formidable psychic abilities Witchlight cannot even hold a ...


  8. says:

    I liked this better than the first one It had a little bitplot twists in it Although the main character was a bitter woman, kind of like Truth was in the first book, Winter finds herself and discovers that she doesn t have to be so bitter and angry over her past and how much forgiveness heals Thrown in are som...


  9. says:

    Winter Musgrave awakens one morning in a remote farmhouse, and realizes she has amnesia She cannot remember exactly how long she s been living in the house or why she came there She has vague memories of being a successful New York stockbroker, but doesn t know why she quit until she begins to find dead, mutilated animals on her doorstep, and flashes of the horror she s endured come back to her In the fear that she is causing occult phenomena unconsciously, she seeks out psychic researche Winter Musgrave awakens one morning in a remote farmhouse, and realizes she has amnesia She cannot remember exactly how long she s been living in the house or why she came there She has vague memori...


  10. says:

    I should have read this book BEFORE I read Gravelight, but since there was nothing on the books telling me which order was correct, I ended up reading them as I did Of the three I ve read Ghostlight, Gravelight and Witchlight, I liked Witchlight the best It has several of the characters present in the other two books, and they play a somewhat minor role The main character, Winter Musgrave, has recently checked herself out of an asylum for the wealthy She can t remember most of her past, and I should have read this book BEFORE I read Gravelight, but since there was nothing on the books telling me which order was cor...

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