Tides of Darkness

Tides of Darkness by Judith Tarr

Avaryan Resplendent, Volume III
by Judith Tarr
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-550-2

A wastrel prince, a forgotten emperor, a tide of darkness that swallows worlds.

Prince Daros of Han-Gilen is an infamous rake and wastrel–and a hidden and completely untrained mage of enormous power. Caught breaking the strictest laws of the Mageguild and their magical Worldgates, he is sentenced to serve an aged emperor far away from either taverns or temptations.
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Barrenlands by Doranna Durgin

The Changespell Saga: A Prequel
by Doranna Durgin
$4.49 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-313-3

Before there was Dun Lady’s Jess

Magic, betrayal, and a twice-cursed exile–only one man’s determination can untangle the deadly intrigue that binds them together.
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Dun Lady’s Jess

Dun Lady's Jess, by Doranna Durgin. Changespell Saga Vol. I

The Changespell Saga Vol. I
by Doranna Durgin
$4.49 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-316-4

When hikers Dayna and Eric find a naked and terrified young woman, they’re sure she’s the victim of foul play. But the truth is much more shocking: she isn’t human at all. She’s Dun Lady’s Jess, a horse transformed into this new shape by the spell that brought her and her rider, to whom she is utterly devoted, into this world.
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Changespell, by Doranna Durgin. Changespell Saga Vol. II

The Changespell Saga Vol. II
by Doranna Durgin
$4.49 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-317-1

Dun Lady’s Jess–once a horse, now learning the ways of the human heart: love, betrayal, and deadly revenge.

Jess, once a horse called Dun Lady’s Jess, is still struggling to integrate her human and equine selves when the wizard Arlen discovers someone in Camolen is callously turning wild creatures into bewildered and maddened human slaves.
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King Dog

King Dog by Ursula K. Le Guin

A Movie for the Mind’s Eye
by Ursula K. Le Guin

$4.99 (Screenplay) ISBN 978-1-61138-120-7

A little background: The character of King Ashthera, with his dog, and his gambling streak, is derived from King Yudhisthira in the Mahabharata, the wonderful and interminable epic of India. When, towards the end of the story, Yudhisthira gets to Heaven, he is outraged to find some of his enemies are there, and some of his friends are not; and he decides not to enter Heaven at all unless they let his dog in with him. I stole all that.

The theme of figuring out what one’ s duty is and how to follow it is from the Mahabharata too. The rest is my invention. Yudhisthira’s dog’s name is Dharma, but Ashthera’s dog is just Dog.

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