Mountain of Black Glass
"There is a place, a black mountain that reaches to the sky - that covers up the stars. You must find it. That is where all your answers are." She brought that message to Paul Jonas in a dream. He knew her so well - her oddly beautiful winged form, her sad eyes - but although the woman who described herself as a "shattered mirror" was achingly familiar, Paul's memories of who she was and what she meant to him had been removed.... Yet her cryptic messages were his only hope to survive the incredibly complex virtual reality network known as Otherland.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - DinadansFriend - LibraryThing
In this penultimate volume, the basic conflict in the real world, and in Otherland is laid bare. The Grail Brotherhood continues to defend itself from the adventurers and the episodes are played out at the siege of Troy, Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - aleahmarie - LibraryThing
In "Mountain of Black Glass," book three in Tad Williams' "Otherland" tetrology, the sci-fi saga continues. An overly simplified summation of a very complicated plot: Children around the world are ... Read full review