The Dark Remains

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Bantam Books, 2001 - Fiction - 497 pages
6 Reviews
From an exciting and brilliant new fantasy master comes the third book of an epic saga, a tale of astounding magic, unrelenting evil, and redemptive courage.

Travis Wilder and Grace Beckett have returned to modern Earth on a mission of mercy: to get medical help for the severely wounded Beltan, a knight from the otherworld of Eldh. But as Beltan lies unconscious in the ICU of a Denver hospital, a shadowy organization plots to kidnap him for use in its cruel experiments, while sinister forces of dark magic cross the boundary from Eldh in a murderous search for Travis and Grace.

Meanwhile, in Eldh itself, a young baroness, her witch companion, and their mortal and immortal friends journey to a dying city, there to confront a nameless evil that has begun to annihilate the very gods.

Somehow Travis and Grace must save Beltan and themselves, and then make their way back to Eldh, for only in this realm of gods and monsters, myth and runecraft, can they hope to defeat a demonic enemy that can shatter time, devour space, and turn existence into nothingness.

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Review: The Dark Remains (The Last Rune #3)

User Review  - Rosa Aquafire - Goodreads

"It was amazing." Well, it finally happened. This series finally hit its stride and I'm forced to rate it higher than it deserves. Sometimes, I rate a book five stars because it's perfect. And ... Read full review

Review: The Dark Remains (The Last Rune #3)

User Review  - Jenessa - Goodreads

Liked this way better than the first two. Psyched that Sareth seems to actually be a continuing character. Hit that, Lirith. Hit that. Read full review

About the author (2001)

Mark Anthony learned to love both books and mountains during childhood summers spent in a Colorado ghost town. Later he was trained as a palaeoanthropologist but along the way grew interested in a different sort of human evolution--the symbolic progress reflected in myth and the literature of the fantastic. He undertook Beyond the Pale to explore the idea that reason and wonder need not exist in conflict. Mark Anthony lives and writes in Colorado .

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