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The Fourth Book of Lost Swords: Farslayer's Story (Lost Swords #4)

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Long, long ago, the Gods forged Twelve Swords of Power, each with a unique and deadly quality. They forged too well, for the swords could kill the Gods themselves. Then the swords were lost, scattered across the land; and many are they, both good and evil, who are desperate to find them again.
Paperback, 252 pages
Published March 15th 1990 by Tor Books (first published July 1988)
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Patricia Hamill
Saberhagen weaves a tale of tragedy and vengeance in the The Fourth Book of Lost Swords: Farslayer's Story.

Zoltan, paired up with Yambu, the former Silver Queen turned pilgrim, is on a self-imposed mission to find the lonely mermaid he encountered years ago on his first adventure. Planning to proclaim his undying love and hoping to find a cure for her cursed condition, he arrives in the feud torn valley just a short time after Farslayer, a god-forged sword with the power to enact vengeance upon
Totally enjoyed the entire series. Classic Fantasy!
see first book of swords for my review of the series. Its been a while so I may blunder but I seem to recall there weren't any exceptions to the awesomeness outside of the fact that the first three were a little slower than the rest.
The farslayer's sword is the sword of vengeance with which two feuding families slaughter each other. Zoltan meets the mermaid, Black Pearl, again.
Justin Salisbury
This is a rather odd fantasy setting, but I really enjoy these books.
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