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He had observed his own ghost wandering the world, and many were spoken of,
but no one spoke of Nemdur. There came a sharp sound from the terrace below,
like two dice striking the pavement. Nemdur stared down. No one was there.
None after could describe what they had witnessed. Some spoke of the forms of
the gods themselves passing luminously to and fro in a sort of gorgeous fog.
Others spoke of scenes of happiness from their own lives reenacted, or
prophecies of ...
Bhelsheved. She looked no different now, save for the child on her lap. The
child's face was quite unchildlike. She observed, she seemed to listen. She did
not grow restless. One spoke. "Dunizel, Favored of Women. The god who
fathered your ...
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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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