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Shrine of the Desert Mage by Stephen Goldin
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Oct 30, 10

bookshelves: fantasy
Recommended for: fantasy fans
Read in January, 1989

This is a fantasy story set in an 'arabian nights'-themed land, where Aeshma the deva king has been released from a long imprisonment and threatens to destroy mankind. Last time he was stopped by great heroes, but those people do not exist today.

Instead, we have Jafar al-Sharif (a storyteller who tries to pass himself off as a wizard), his daughter, and Prince Ahmad (who's been exiled). While these are just ordinary people, they learn and grow as the story progresses.

The characters are what make this series a must-read.

(BACK IN PRINT!!!)
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Stephen Goldin The series is now back inprint--as paperbacks from my own Parsina Press and as ebooks from E-Reads.

Shrine of the Desert Mage (Parsina Saga,#1) by Stephen Goldin Shrine of the Desert Mage by Stephen Goldin


message 2: by Ray (new) - rated it 5 stars

Ray Oh damn!


Stephen Goldin Ray--no criticism of you was implied. What you said was true when you wrote it.


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