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Tapestry of Dark Souls

Tapestry of Dark Souls A creation of magic as old as Ravenloft itself the tapestry possesses the power to attract and absorb the evil creatures that roam the Dark Domains Only a reclusive order of monks the Guardians kno

  • Title: Tapestry of Dark Souls
  • Author: Elaine Bergstrom
  • ISBN: 9781560765714
  • Page: 403
  • Format: Paperback
  • A creation of magic as old as Ravenloft itself, the tapestry possesses the power to attract and absorb the evil creatures that roam the Dark Domains Only a reclusive order of monks, the Guardians, know of the tapestry s might It is their duty to use it wisely and to prevent the beings bound within the cloth from escaping Yet the number of Guardians is dwindling, their hA creation of magic as old as Ravenloft itself, the tapestry possesses the power to attract and absorb the evil creatures that roam the Dark Domains Only a reclusive order of monks, the Guardians, know of the tapestry s might It is their duty to use it wisely and to prevent the beings bound within the cloth from escaping Yet the number of Guardians is dwindling, their hold over the tapestry slipping with each passing year their only hope for containing the evil is Jonathan, a youth with strange magical powers When the boy discovers his ties to the creatures of the cloth, however, he may become the guardians doom instead of their champion.A haunting tale of love, and the power of evil to corrupt and betray.A young man, raised in a monastary, his parents victims of a tapestry of ancient evil, goes in search of love and life beyond the walls But werewolves and worse stalk the land, and when he returns to release his father from the tapestry s confines, he brings the Silverlord back to a world that has not seen him for centuries.

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      Published :2018-09-12T06:54:18+00:00

    1 thought on “Tapestry of Dark Souls

    1. The next novel in the old Ravenloft game fiction line, which I'm reading as background information for the game I'm running.The titular MacGuffin is a cloth that imprisons people, sort of a DnD-equivalent to the Phantom Zone. An order of monks guard it, some folks try to steal it, and something nasty inside wants out.Previous novels in the line stumbled around, but generally came to life when the Ravenloft Dark Lords popped in. No such luck here. Characters are somewhere on an axis of "uninteres [...]

    2. Tiene buen comienzo, pero luego la narrativa deja mucho que desear. La autora es descriptiva en ciertos momentos y muy escueta en otros, especialmente los que tiene que ver con Magia o cuestiones sobrenaturales. Fue entretenido, pero pudo haber sido mejor.

    3. While this has some great ideas in it, particularly the titular Tapestry and its guardians, it just didn't demand my attention in the same way that the other Ravenloft novels I've read have managed to do, at least not until the later chapters. For me, this one just doesn't come together well.

    4. There are a couple of surprisingly good spots, but for the most part this novel is a hodge-podge of half-formed ideas and obligatory fantasy tropes. Those few good spots were enough to make it worth a read, though.

    5. Tapestry of Dark Souls by Elaine Bergstrom This is the fifth book released in the Ravenloft line of novels that is based of the Ravenloft setting of the pen and paper role-playing game Dungeons and Dragons. It was also released in 2007 under the Ravenloft: The Covenant line of novels. This is also a stand-alone novel and can be read without any prior knowledge of the setting or events. Elaine Bergstrom has written one other Ravenloft novel which is titled Baroness of Blood. She wrote the Austra [...]

    6. I've heard that this book is considered by some to be too filled with random acts of depravity to actually be considered a readable novel. Not really seeing that. It has a definitive plot like any other novel of a similar genre. There are certainly a few evil acts throughout, but's a Ravenloft novel. There's at least one or two scenes where it is inferred that children were killed, butl of these scenes are only inferences -- no actual details of the act. In a zombie apocalypse novel, we have to [...]

    7. Fast paced and fun but I'm still not sure what I read just now. I know it involved a vampiric cloth, a bunch of monks, a lot of lovelorn young people, hags and -- wait for it -- a villain named Morgoth. Morgoth? OK, whateverbut as I said, it was brain candy and fun. I'm just not sure what kind of fun this book actually provided.

    8. Dull at times, but not bad. A little too cliche in some aspects.An easy read, for the most part. No complicated fantasy names, which is odd.Basically, don't go out of your way to read this, unless you're a Ravenloft completist.

    9. A haunting tale of love, and the power of evil to corrupt and betray. (Blood Rites, Blood Alone, Shattered Glass)

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