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It was called Baybhelu, that is: The Gate to the Gods. What were the gods doing
all this while? Did they perceive or guess the work of Nemdur and his madness?
Were they at all apprehensive about his ambition? Pale and nearly transparent ...
As was suitable, the tales were all concerned with the glory and beneficence of
the gods. At this hour, just before the moon's ascent, they were telling the antique
and relevant history of the foolishness of Nemdur, the king of Sheve. How ...
"The stones are gods." The maniacal face let out another rush of noise. "So they
are, for gods can kill. A crystal god mounted on a pin, driven through the eye of a
man, will kill him. A flint god, set in a sling, whirled about and thrown, will also kill.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LisaMaria_C - LibraryThing
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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