Duister is de maan (De Saga van de Spiegel, #3)
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Duister is de maan (The View from the Mirror #3)

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Ooit waren er drie werelden, elk met zijn eigen mensenras. Toen, vluchtend uit de leegte tussen de werelden, kwam er een vierde volk. De Charon waren wanhopig en bijna uitgestorven, en veranderden voorgoed het evenwicht tussen de werelden. In oeroude tijden werd de Weg tussen de Werelden verbrijzeld, waarna Santh een slagveld werd van drie vreemde rassen. Die strijd eindig...more
Paperback, 671 pages
Published June 30th 2005 by Uitgeverij Luitingh ~ Sijthoff (first published 1999)
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Cassy
When I originally read this book, it deterred me from reading the final one for years. I read the first three and never read the end. Now, a good six years later, I finally went back and reread everything and I can't figure out why this made me stop reading. This book was by far the best of the three. You finally meet the enemy that everyone has been afraid of for all three books and he frees himself from his prison. You start to have a lot of conflict in this one and you learn a lot of back sto...more
Kayla Quay
I agree, it really reminds you that there is always two sides of a story. It makes you wonder if the good guys con be trusted and takes it all the way back to the age old question: who/what is good or evil??
Alycia
Ok, so I know I'm bad with reviews but I just loved these books. The story behind it was just so interesting. It was one of the series I just sat down and read doing as little else as possible.
Grimmest Reaper
A little bit better than the second book. At least here there are some actual, action and story development, despite the lack of clarity about the temporal and geographical placement of the events. The other problems still remain- inadequate character development and behaviour, virtually no magic system or any real clarification of the back story of the three worlds. Well, there were some attempts for the last one but they just made the things worse. And last but not least, the love story is a g...more
David Melbie
Dec 05, 2010 David Melbie rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: fantasy fans
Recommended to David by: Jeannie Yarbrough
Burnin' through this stuff. It is awesome! --From A Reader's Journal, by d r melbie.
Kathi
While very few of the characters are completely likable, they have become more complex in the 3rd book of The View from the Mirror quartet. And while there continue to be seemingly interminable journeys, they are shorter than in previous books. There is definitely more action.

One thing that bothers me, however, is the way some of the key characters revert back to being one or two dimensional after struggling to develop some skills or abilities or strengthen some traits. Llian becomes the proud,...more
Ward Bond
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'In Dark is the Moon, the third volume of Ian Irvine's "The View from the Mirror" quartet, the web of intrigue and magical betrayal that passes for politics in the world of Santhenar has reached a point of complexity where even its master players are feeling the strain. One of the few constants in Irvine's imagined world--the passionate erotic love between scholar/chronicler Llian and woman warrior Karan--starts to become unravelled when they are trapped with the evil mage Rulke in his s

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Victoria Young
Better than the 2nd installment of the series, perhaps because the characters are becoming more complex as their histories are more fully revealed. Dark is the Moon is more tightly written than The Tower on the Rift, and that's probably due to the increasing sense that the tensions in the plot are going to be coming to a head soon. The fact that there was a clearly described six month count down to what the reader knew would be the climax of this novel in the series helped a lot too. Quite a bit...more
Moosh
Book number 3 done and dusted! What an adventure it was, to be fair to those who are familiar with The View From The Mirror series I'll vague. What Irvine is best at is his character development, especially of his main character: Llian. I find my feelings mixed about this guy, how Irvine managed to get a guy who in the previous book irritated me, to make me feel such pity. Although Irvine likes to abuse his characters (with possible enjoyment) he is no George R.R. Martin, so he's fair to them......more
Barbara
What can I say? I just simply cannot put these books down. I feel like I know the characters, that I'm right there with them. This is Vol 3 from the View from the Mirror quartet
Mike
More engaging than the first 2 I think. But I'm still not finding myself addicted to the story as much as I think I should be.
Nikki Kelly
Totally melds and disforms the line between good and evil. It makes me upset that his other series were not published in the US.
Ryan
Unfortunately the series is getting worse, had better be a cracker of a final book.
N. Davis
Continues right from where the last one ends, a fantastic way to start!
Chris Pacheco
book rox, this series should be more widely known about.
Joy Rockey
On the home stretch & really enjoying this series.
Kristi
Irvine, how I love thee.
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I'm an Australian author of 30 novels, mainly fantasy. They include the bestselling Three Worlds epic fantasy sequence, which has sold over a million print copies and has been published in 11 countries. It comprises The View from the Mirror quartet, The Well of Echoes quartet and The Song of the Tears trilogy. I’m currently writing the long-awaited sequel to The View from the Mirror, which will be...more
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