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The Lonesome Gods by Louis L'Amour

By Louis L'Amour

The Lonesome Gods is Louis L'Amour's largest and most crucial old novel to this point, a sweeping experience of the California frontier. this is the interesting tale of Johannes Verne, a tender guy left to die through his vengeful grandfather, rescued via outlaws and raised partially via the Indians of the wasteland. reinforced via the affection of 2 women—Miss Nesselrode, whose mysterious prior fires her objectives for the long run and Meghan, a willful younger beauty—Verne grows to develop into a rugged adventurer, a guy powerful adequate to include the notable strength of the Palm Springs wilderness, and ambitious adequate to stake a declare within the bustling international of chance that used to be early-day l. a..

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Ice Land: A Novel by Betsy Tobin

By Betsy Tobin

A attractive epic of affection, longing, redemption, and attraction within the culture of Marion Zimmer Bradley's The Mists of Avalon

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Freya understands that her everyone is doomed. Warned by way of the Fates of an coming near near catastrophe, she needs to embark on a trip to discover an impressive gold necklace, one stated to own the facility to change the process historical past. yet whilst Freya travels deep into the mountains of Iceland, the rustic is close to conflict. the hot international order of Christianity is threatening the previous methods of Iceland's humans, and tangled amidst all of it are star-crossed fanatics who future attracts them together-even as their households are decided to rip them aside

Infused with the wealthy historical past and mythology of Iceland, Betsy Tobin's sweeping novel is an epic experience of forbidden love, lust, jealousy, religion and magical ask yourself set below the shadow of a smoldering volcano.

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The Fall of Atlantis by Marion Zimmer Bradley

By Marion Zimmer Bradley

Powers of sunshine and darkness vie for supremacy in an international of old elegance. A wounded Atlantean prince washed up on a international shore turns into the focus in an epic conflict among strong and evil whilst the entire quantity of his powers turns into identified. At one nook are the clergymen of the White gown, guardians of robust normal forces that could threaten the area if misused; at the different aspect are the Black gowns, clergymen who search to grasp those forces for his or her personal profit. stuck within the heart are the sisters Deoris and Domaris, whose lives are drawn right into a internet of strong sorcery conjured by means of the monks -- an analogous sorcery so that it will reason the autumn OF ATLANTIS.

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Crossed: A Tale of the Fourth Crusade by Nicole Galland

By Nicole Galland

within the yr 1202, tens of hundreds of thousands of crusaders assemble in Venice, getting ready to embark for Jerusalem to unfastened the Holy urban from Muslim rule. between them is a lowly vagabond Briton, rescued from damnation through a pious knight who burns with zealous hearth for his or her sacred venture. and they set sail, in addition to devoted companions—and with a gorgeous, mysterious Arab ''princess'' whom the vagabond liberates from a brutish service provider. however the divine mild guiding their ''righteous'' crusade quickly darkens because the undertaking sinks ever deeper into disaster, shame, and ethical turpitude—as Christians homicide Christians within the Adriatic port urban of Zara, tragic occasions are set in movement that would eventually bring about the stunning and shameful fall of Constantinople.

Impeccably researched and wonderfully advised, Nicole Galland's Crossed is a beautiful story of the disastrous Fourth Crusade—and of the hopeful, courageous, and pushed who have been stuck up in and irrevocably replaced by way of a corrupted reason and a livid conflict past their comprehension or keep an eye on.

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