Music to My Sorrow (Bedlam's Bard #7)
- Brief Synopsis:
- Eric Banyon managed to rescue his young brother Magnus from what seemed to be a killer demon, but now he must rescue Magnus again, this time from their tyrannical parents. Will Eric's magic be enough to save him?
- Long Synopsis:
- WOLVES, WITH OCCASIONAL MUSIC They'd only gotten as far as Columbus Circle when suddenly half-a-dozen enormous black shapes came lunging out from among the other cars toward them. After a moment's stunned incredulity, Eric realized what he was seeing. Wolves-but worse. They were to normal wolves what a forest fire was to a birthday candle-they were all the primeval terrors of night and the ancient forest given fur and fangs and flesh. He threw a shield around himself and Lady Day just as one of the beasts dodged in, snapping at his foot. Suddenly Eric heard a jangle of disharmonic harpsong, and his shield was ripped away. Before he could react, he felt powerful jaws clamp down on his ankle, yanking him from Lady Day's saddle and hurling him to the ground. One of the dire-wolves landed on top of him, knocking the breath from him, and beneath it all, the harp played on, like Stravinsky on crack, making it hard to think. Lady Day-in horse form now-stood like a stag at bay, surrounded by a panting half-circle of dire-wolves. Just beyond her a black limousine stood parked. Eric readied his spells. The back door of the limousine swung open. Jormin ap Galever sat in the back. He was holding Magnus against his chest, with a silver knife to Magnus's throat. Magnus's head lolled limply; he was unconscious, but Eric could see that his brother was still alive. "Will you join us, Bard?" Jormin called cheerily.
- Book Quality:
- Book Size:
- 450 Pages
- Baen Books
- Date of Addition:
- Copyright Date:
- Copyrighted By:
- Mercedes Lackey, Rosemary Edghill
- Adult content:
- Science Fiction and Fantasy, Literature and Fiction
- Submitted By:
- Carrie Karnos
- Proofread By:
- Khanh Hoang
Reviews of Music to My Sorrow (Bedlam's Bard #7) (1 review)
Music to My Sorrow by Mercedes Lackey. This is another exhilarating, bardic tale involving Eric, Magnus, and Ace. We are thrust into an adventure involving soul eaters, heavy mettle bands, and demon hunters. I love reading these books because of how Lackey makes music mean something more powerful. This book kept me on the edge of my seat, with the new trials the characters face. I love how I have watched Eric Banyon grow up through all the previous books, and how this book shows him in his full power. I love how Lackey makes Eric choose songs that everyone knows about, and have listened to in order to work his magic. It makes the reader feel like their world is magical. I recommend this book to anyone who loves music, and wants to have a more thrilling experience with it, any Sci-Fi readers, and all Lackey fans! This book is a part of a series and mention of the previous books is made, but you’ll still get the basic storyline if you read only this book. Personally, if you read books in a series in order, it holds a greater meaning to the reader once they finish the latest book. So pick up this book and start reading!