Knight of Shadows
This article is about the book by Roger Zelazny. See Knight of Shadows (disambiguation) for other meanings.
Dust-jacket illustration from the first edition
|Cover artist||Linda Burr|
|Series||The Chronicles of Amber|
|Publisher||William Morrow and Company|
|Media type||Print (Hardcover)|
|LC Class||PS3576.E43 K6 1989|
|Preceded by||Sign of Chaos|
|Followed by||Prince of Chaos|
Merlin continues to attempt to solve the mysteries in his life: Why did Julia turn against him? And how did she get involved with Jurt, who is raging against him a ruthless vendetta?
After being trapped in a strange world peopled with ghosts induced by the Pattern, Merlin discovers that he is involved in a superpower quarrel between Amber's Pattern and the Logrus of Chaos.
In this book, Merlin describes Corwin's voice as "the voice which had once told me a very long story containing multiple versions of an auto accident and a number of genealogical gaffes." The "genealogical gaffes" here refers to a number of inconsistencies in the first series (the Corwin Cycle) regarding the parentage of Corwin's various siblings.