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When his guests were seated, Aillas rose to his feet. "Today I give welcome to my
cousin, two grandees from far lands, and six gentlemen who are not only my
advisers but also my friends, trusted and true! I wish to introduce you to my son, ...
Pirmence rose and bowed: a gentleman somewhat older than Maloof, slim and
handsome, with silver-gray hair, disdainfully arched eyebrows, a short silver-gray
beard, and features of fastidious distinction. "Lord Sion-Tansifer of Porthouse ...
King Casmir rose to his feet. He spoke somewhat curtly. "I am tired after the
voyage, and I will now bid you good evening." Aillas, rising, said: "I hope that your
rest will be comfortable." The two went to the drawing room where Queen Sollace
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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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