[LMB] Spirit Ring, Chapter 3

Markus Baur baur at chello.at
Sat Oct 9 06:47:50 BST 2021

if we are talking about magical swords in modern fantasy literature

Mercedes Lackey's Need




Am 09.10.2021 um 05:20 schrieb Raymond Collins:
> "Kingfisher" sounds interesting. A lawyer priest of a Rat god? A magic
> sword with a bladder? I gotta check that out.
> On Thu, Oct 7, 2021, 7:46 PM Kathy C. <kcollett at hamilton.edu> wrote:
>> On Oct 7, 2021, at 10:43 AM, brazee <howard at brazee.net> wrote:
>>> The tradition of magic swords is huge.
>> I’m currently reading (well, listening to) T. Kingfisher’s Swordheart, in
>> which one of the main characters IS a magic sword.  Well, a warrior who has
>> been put into a magic sword, from which he emerges when it’s drawn — quite
>> like a genie.  Except that now the widow who wields him and the
>> lawyer-priest of the Rat God who is traveling with them are
>> enthusiastically trying to figure out exactly how the magic works, and
>> making him experiment with things like, if he goes into the sword needing
>> to piss, does he still need to piss when he comes out again.
>> Highly recommend.
>> Katherine
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