In the thrilling conclusion to THE MIRROR OF HER DREAMS, Terisa Morgan finds herself face to face with the monstrous evil that threatens to destroy everyone and everything. Now, the masterful storytelling that is A MAN RIDES THROUGH, will delight readers everywhere--and reaffirm Stephen R. Donaldson's position as the foremost practitioner of the epic fantasy form in the world today!
"Donaldson has created his best work yet."
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Terisa Morgan desperately needs to escape. Gilbur is trying to kill her, Castellan Lebbick wants to torture her and she needs to find Geraden. The fortress of Orison is under siege by the Alend army; the forces of Cadwal, led by the Arch-Imager Vagel, are poised to strike; the traitor Eremis is preparing the ground for the hated enemies; and King Joyse's actions are more baffling than ever.
Everything Geraden and Terisa love in the land of Mordant is about to be destroyed – unless they can find a way to prevent it using their new-found talent for mirrors and Imagery. But Terisa knows Eremis will resort to every evil power at his disposal to ensure the success of his terrible master plan.
'A Man Rides Through' continues the story begun in 'The Mirror of Her Dreams' and is the stunning conclusion to 'Mordant's Need', the mesmerizing new series from Stephen Donaldson, internationally acclaimed master of fantasy.About the Author:
Stephen Donaldson was born in 1947 in Cleveland, Ohio. Between the ages of three and sixteen he lived in India, where his father, an orthopaedic surgeon, worked with leprosy sufferers. This inspired his fictional character, Thomas Covenant.
Donaldson served two years as a conscientious objector doing hospital work in Akron, then attended Kent State University, where he received his M.A. in English in 1971. He now lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
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Book Description HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERS LTD, 1988. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 2230747