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"Who is this stranger?" demanded the captain of the six men. He clapped his
hand on the stranger's shoulder, snatched the hand back with a curse. The
seventh man's mantle was strewn with bright scintillants that drew blood. "How
did you ...
"Will they indeed," said the stranger. Then, for the first time, he smiled. The eyes
of the philosopher briefly faltered, but he was on his way to the holy city, and the
appearance and demeanor of a man could not undo him. "Should it happen,"
Yet, whenever the pursuers pursued, the stranger was no more to be seen. There
were three brothers, full of wine and religion and with a whip apiece, and soon
they lost patience with their fellows and broke away to hunt on their own.
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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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