Mirror Sight

Mirror Sight

Paperback - 2014
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Magic, danger, and adventure abound for messenger Karigan G'ladheon in author Kristen Britain's New York Times -bestselling Green Rider fantasy series * "F irst-rate fantasy." --Library Journal

Karigan G'ladheon is a Green Rider--a seasoned member of the elite messenger corps of King Zachary of Sacoridia. King Zachary sends Karigan and a contingent of Sacoridians beyond the edges of his nation, into the mysterious Blackveil Forest, which has been tainted with dark magic by a twisted immortal spirit named Mornhavon the Black.

In a magical confrontation against Mornhavon, Karigan is jolted out of Blackveil Forest and wakes in darkness. She's lying on smooth, cold stone, but as she reaches out, she realizes that the stone is not just beneath her, but above and around her as well. She's landed in a sealed stone sarcophagus, some unknown tomb, and the air is becoming thin.

Is this to be her end? If she escapes, where will she find herself? Is she still in the world she remembers, or has the magical explosion transported her somewhere completely different? To find out, she must first win free of her prison-- before it becomes her grave. And should she succeed, will she be walking straight into a trap created by Mornhavon himself?
Publisher: New York : DAW Books, Inc., 2014
ISBN: 9780756409845
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lizsept
Dec 04, 2017

This was definitely my favorite of all the Green Rider series. The overall feeling of this book was very different than the rest, but I loved it because Karigan really grew as a character and shined in this installment. I also love the fact that finally, FINALLY Karigan has a real love interest. This book was hard to put down, it was fast paced, and incredibly raw.

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gwynalynn
Aug 29, 2016

Book Five of Green Rider

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julia_sedai
Jun 25, 2015

I was hesitant to read this because it's the last book out and the author has a tendency for a 2 year or longer wait period before the next one comes out. But I really wanted to know what happened, so I did read it. At first I thought I wouldn't like it because Karigan goes ahead in time (not a spoiler, you figure this out right away). It's a kind of steampunk-y, industrial revolution era and there are a lot of depressing things hapening. BUT I actually loved it. It's not set in the Green Rider days but it's still so good! I like how Kristen Britain shows possibilities of what could happen in the future. There are a lot of surprises. I liked all the new characters and Karigan also grows and matures a lot. It's slow in the beginning but gets very cool later on. Now I really can't wait for the next book.

stephafae Jun 16, 2014

A very different setting from the other Green Rider books, but great read nevertheless.

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