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One Thousand and One Nights, Volume 02

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It's the second night, and our unusual Shahrazad tells yet another story to save his own life from the mad Sultan. This time, it's a tragic love story between a beauty from an exotic Eastern kingdom and a slave who's from a far away Western kingdom. Let's be quiet and listen to Shahrazad's beautiful and fascinating tale alongside the Sultan.
Paperback, 200 pages
Published July 5th 2006 by Yen Press
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The tales are so beautiful and sad. Why, oh, why is there so much misunderstanding?!
Shahryar’s wanton murders have roused the ire of the populace, especially of the young merchant boy, Ali. His admiration of the conquering sultan turns to hatred when Shahryar has the girl of his dreams murdered. After the sultan is captured by rebels, how will Sehara’s stories help Shahryar through this?

The plot thickens with rebellion and the rumblings of dissent and revenge. Shahryar is now the one to suffer when he sees his devoted servant Maseru attacked and wounded by the rebels. The seed
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