Dreams Made Flesh

Dreams Made Flesh

Paperback - 2006
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The Black Jewels Trilogy established Anne Bishop as an author whose "sublime skill...blend[s] the darkly macabre with spine-tingling emotional intensity"(SF Site). Now, the saga continues in this collection that includes four more adventures of Jaenelle and her kindred...

Jaenelle is the most powerful Witch ever known, centuries of hopes and dreams made flesh at last. She has forged ties with three of the realm's mightiest Blood warriors: Saetan, the High Lord of Hell, who trains Jaenelle in magic and adopts her as his daughter; Lucivar, the winged Eyrien warlord who becomes her protect∨ and the near-immortal Daemon, born to be Witch's lover. Jaenelle has assumed her rightful place as Queen of the Darkness and restored order and peace to the realms, but at a terrible cost.

Collected here are the beguiling stories about the origin of the mystical Jewels, the forbidden passion between Lucivar and a simple hearth witch, the clash between Saetan and a Priestess, and the choice Jaenelle must make, between her magic and happiness with Daemon...
Publisher: New York : New American Library, 2006, c2005.
ISBN: 9780451460707
Characteristics: xii, 449 pages ;,18 cm.


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Jan 23, 2018

This is a collection of short stories taking place before, during, and after the trilogy. My favorite story was meeting Marian for the first time and how Lucivar and her got together. I was rooting for her all the way! But that's not to say that I didn't like the other three short stories, far from it. Onto the next book! woot woot!

Nov 05, 2013

a good book. it tied some loose ends. i wish she would write another book in this world but this one kinda ended it nicely

Jul 13, 2012

Dreams Made Flesh is a fascinating collection of four novellas that go into greater detail about things that appear in the full-length books. It answered several questions that cropped up for me while I was reading the Black Jewels series. And the shorter length of the stories was kind of nice after reading the first four books non-stop, even though I did read these four novellas back-to-back non-stop, too. ;)

Jul 11, 2012

Another 'read in a day' book. The kind I plow through, but maybe re-read later, for the fun of it.

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Jul 11, 2012

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