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Caesar's Children: A Tale of Pluritopia

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What if there were a world where all the utopias from nineteenth-century literature coexisted? And what if the nations of that world were divided into two types of utopias--the Aspirants, who seek the create the best of all possible worlds for themselves, and the Gildeds, who also seek the perfect world but long to force their own ideals on the other utopias?

On the world o
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Published January 17th 2011 by Sirrush Press
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Anthony
Christopher Paul Carey continues to build the world of Khokarsa created by Philip Jose Farmer in his "Opar" novels. He co-wrote the final book in the Opar Trilogy with Farmer, and this novella delves into the history further.

Farmer's Opar/Khokarsa books are a lynchpin of his Wold Newton Family concept, providing a look into the history of the land Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle, would know as Opar. Readers can expect quite a few nods and winks as Lupoeth makes her journey to found the Temple of Kho
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Mar 21, 2014 Axel M. rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Ein gelungenes Prequel zur Opar-Serie von Philipp Jose Farmer. Ich warte gespannt auf den Abschluss der Serie vom gleichen Autoren. Das wird sicher auch gut.
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Christopher Paul Carey is the coauthor with Philip José Farmer of The Song of Kwasin, and the author of Exiles of Kho and Hadon, King of Opar. His short fiction may be found in anthologies such as Ghost in the Cogs, Tales of the Shadowmen, The Worlds of Philip José Farmer, Tales of the Wold Newton Universe, and The Avenger: The Justice, Inc. Files. He is a senior editor at Paizo on the award-winni

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