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The World of Pangea: Path of the Warrior pulls the reader right from the start into the world of its hero, Idris of the Demetae. We meet him as he sets out on his rite of passage journey and then follow him and his tribe afterward as they move north ...more
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“And little he knew of the things that ink may do, how it can mark a dead man's thought for the wonder of later years, and tell of happening that are gone clean away, and be a voice for us out of the dark of time, and save many a fragile thing from the pounding of heavy ages; or carry to us, over the rolling centuries, even a song from lips long dead on forgotten hills.”
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