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The bloom of Sarles' youth was gone forever, but Sarles had little to show for his
years of more or less diligent toil. Sarles blamed bad luck, although if his spouse
Liba were to be believed, indolence was by far the larger factor. Sarles kept his ...
Peculiar! thought Sarles. Why did his back-stay sag when he had only just set it
up taut? Making an investigation, he discovered a daunting fact: the stern-post to
which the stay was attached had become so rotten from age and attacks of the ...
A few of the faces seemed familiar, but Sarles could put no names to them. In the
morning Junt still had not returned in the Preval. By virtue of established custom,
Sarles therefore became privileged to fish from the fine new Lirlou. Tamas ...
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Apollon Zamp, master of the Showboat Miraldra's Enchantment has just been informed of a contest held by King Waldemar for the best entertainment. He almost misses the preliminary competition because ... Read full review
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Lesser Vance is still Better Written than most other science fiction. I wouldn't start here, or stop; but once you get hooked to Vance, you will not be too horribly disappointed with this book. Read full review