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D-ale mele #125

Gardens of the Moon—Steven Erikson

Erikson sees Moorcock’s Stormbringer and raises him with Dragnipur, the sword of Anomander Rake. Dragnipur also steals the souls of its victims, but then traps them inside a magical realm within the blade. They are chained to a cart that contains the Gate of Darkness, and forced to pull it for eternity away from the pursuing forces of Chaos. Some of the beings trapped inside the sword have been there for tens of thousands of years, among them an Elder God called Draconus. But then perhaps that is an apt punishment for Draconus, considering it was he who forged the sword in the first place.

De aici.

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  1. valentinoooo
    February 6, 2018 at 10:31 am

    Dacă te referi la cartea lui Erickson, ea a apărut la Nemira (primele trei volume din serie). Dacă e vorba de altceva, fii mai explicit

  2. February 6, 2018 at 10:56 am

    Mă refeream la grandoarea ideilor.

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