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Sunfire. When dawn returned over the psychically washed sky, the golden
shower was finished, the magical gases dispersed, absorbed, and to be seen no
more. The magician had also vanished — gone to his bed most sulkily to lament.
What is your name?" "I never had one," said the girl. "I will call you 'Sunfire,'
because of the way your hair has become." Presently, the tawny rat, seeing they
had lost interest in him, ran off to his family. Having been exposed to the comet's
One day, when the man was from their house, gathering wild gourds, Sunfire's
pains began. In her innocence, the girl was not afraid. The pains had a rightness
to them, which encouraged her, nor were they beyond her capacity to endure.
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Delusion's Master, the third in her "Flat Earth" series is centered upon Chuz, another prince of the Underearth who is Lord of illusion and madness. Azhrarn, "Night's Master" is also prominent in the ... Read full review
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I have had occasion to remark on my love for everything Arabian Nights related before, but even among the category Tanith Lee’s Tales from the Flat Earth has always been a particular favourite. I ... Read full review
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