By Lynn Abbey
Sanctuary: a lawless urban ruled through evil forces, strong magic, and political intrigue, the place survival is an unforeseen bonus. The Age of the Rankan reign of Kadakithis, the career of the Beysib, or even the erstwhile Renaissance are all long ago. it really is years later and the heroes of the past-Jubal, Tempus, Shadowspawn, and the Stormchildren-are thoughts, delusion, and rumor. Now outsiders rule with an iron hand and a bloody dagger. Molin Torchholder, the key mother or father of the town, is useless, his mantle and employees secretly handed to a different. yet Sanctuary and its population keep it up. town has reached a turning aspect . . . and basically the fates be aware of the place it is going to lead.
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