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To the High Redoubt

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"To The High Redoubt is an engaging, epic fantasy adventure written by the creator of the widely-read series of novels about the immortal vampire known as Le Comte de Saint-Germain.

In his quest for power, Bundhi, Lord of Darkness and stealer of souls, has taken family, vision and freedom from Surata, the last surviving adept in tantric alchemy, before selling her into slav

Paperback, 370 pages
Published October 1st 1985 by Warner Books (NY) (first published September 1985)
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Mar 24, 2012 Julia rated it liked it
Not a Saint Germain novel, it still has some of the same themes: how to act rationally in an irrational time, honor, alchemy, creating a community of caring. Its primary characters are a discharged Polish Captain Arkady fighting the Turks in Hungary in 1524 who buys a beautiful blind Indian-Tibetan- Chinese – I was unclear -- slave Suratta who is able to fight her enemies in shared visions during tantric sex with her champion Arkady. They travel from Hungary to Kyrgyztan and perhaps on to China, ...more
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Read all her books, particularly St. Germaine series. This is an early one, but all the signs are there of her flowering to come.
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A professional writer for more than forty years, Yarbro has sold over eighty books, more than seventy works of short fiction, and more than three dozen essays, introductions, and reviews. She also composes serious music. Her first professional writing - in 1961-1962 - was as a playwright for a now long-defunct children's theater company. By the mid-60s she had switched to writing stories and hasn' ...more
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