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But the women were proud, stepping proudly, shaking their unbound hair. Each
supposed she was the chosen of the god, her fellow murderesses mistaken. But
still each had sympathy for her fellows, understanding the motivation of a deed ...
Chuz walked into Bhelsheved, and the seventeen murderesses went after him,
sleepwalking, all but Zharet, who stalked at their head. The fanes were like tombs
in the cold darkness, though here and there a watch-fire blew, ghost-white.
Zharet xirned, and saw her sixteen murderess companions had roused, and were
running about. Truly demented — less inter- ssting to Chuz for being so obviously
and wholy his? — they tore their hair and skin. Their shrieks were of betrayal.
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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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