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On her eternal quest to rid the world of the evil she had unleashed upon it, the wayfarer Indigo has been many things: penitent, messenger, pilgrim.

And perhaps now an avatar for the dead?

For Indigo's journey has lead her to the Dark Isles, where a cult of death has ensnared her and her companion Grimya...and the demon she has so long sought is now at hand.

Can courage alone
Paperback, 309 pages
Published December 31st 1992 by Tor Books (first published 1991)
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In my mind this is a major turning point in the story. I really like how the author is allowing us to watch her main character grow from the Princess we first met to a much richer, self-aware woman. She is certianly not perfect my any means, but the author is able to make a commentary on how we live our lives and face our own "demons" despite those flaws that we all have.

In a minor complaint, as I work my way through this series, however, I am struck over and over by the author's love of the wor
I just couldn't do it. I could not finish the book and I don't believe I will finish the series. There just does not seem to be any growth in the books. Although the situations change in each book, the story is the same, the characters are the same. (emotionally speaking) I want to see myself liking Indigo more and more as her journeys go on, and I don't. She does not move on beyond her immaturity. And if she knows the fate of her "love" is the reward for her completion of her tasks, why is it t ...more
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Louise Cooper was born in Hertfordshire in 1952. She began writing stories when she was at school to entertain her friends. She hated school so much, in fact—spending most lessons clandestinely writing stories—that she persuaded her parents to let her abandon her education at the age of fifteen and has never regretted it.

She continued to write and her first full-length novel was published when she
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