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shoulder to "wake" me; it would generally be Jebbo or Ossif, the half-brothers of
Gyest, and masters of the sister wagon. The fourth night it was Gyest himself — I
had considered the figure unusually alert, though motionless, at its post.
Gyest, Jebbo, and Ossif emerged, and handed him a crock of meal and a jar of
koois. The bandit demanded nothing else, seemed pleased, nodded and bowed
repeatedly, and shook Gyest's hand. Ossif s white dog, well trained, barked and ...
Darg swept him up and kissed him noisily, trumpeting that the magicians had
come and all should be well. Gyest and Ossif bent to examine the man. There
were broad claw-marks on his breast, too, but they were clean and would close.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LisaMaria_C - LibraryThing
This is the final book of a trilogy that started in Birthgrave, Lee's first novel. That one was a phantasmagorical journey of a woman without any memory of herself through a landscape with that pulp ... Read full review
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How creepy is this- I took a nap about thirty pages before the ending, and during the nap, I dreamed the key component to the ending- namely, who Ressavan was. The book was slow- there were a lot of ... Read full review