Crown of Shadows by C.S. Friedman

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About C.S. Friedman

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C. S. Friedman is a John W. Campbell Award finalist, and a New York Times Notable Author. She lives in Virginia.
Published August 1, 1996 by DAW. 531 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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Final volume in Friedman's hybrid Coldfire trilogy (When True Night Falls, 1993, etc.) set on planet Erna with its ambient magic ``fae'' and native ``rakh'' along with human colonists, sorcerers, demons, strong Church, and walking undead.

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While Friedman introduces a science fictional raising-of-the-stakes gambit here that isn't entirely satisfying, her general mastery of her material should delight her fans.

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