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The Gandalara Cycle, Vol 2
The Gandalara Cycle Vol 2
Author: Randall Garrett
Transported from Earth to the desert world of Gandalara, Rikardon and Tarani set out to find the fabled lost city of Kä. Aided by a giant telepathic warcat and a mystic bird, the undertake a perilous quest to recapture the Ra'ira, the sacred gem of Dyskornis, and use its ancient powers to claim Tarani's rightful place on the throne ...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780553259438
ISBN-10: 0553259431
Publication Date: 5/1/1986
Pages: 440
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Publisher: Spectra
Book Type: Paperback
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Omnibus version of three books containing the second half of the Gandalara Cycle, a sweeping tale a modern man swept into a new existance, by a cause or causes only guessed about throughout the story. I contains romance, adventure, magic, and exotic animals and cultures held in contrast to what the hero rembers of his past life. I read the first three books and had to search for this set to finish the epic story. Will stand alone, and has a brief summary to get you back up to speed if its been a while since the last book.
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Transported from Earth to the desert world of Gandalara, Rikardon and Tarani set out to find the fabled lost city of Ka. Aided by a giant telepathic warcat and a mystic bird, they undertake a perilous quest to recapture the Ra'ira, the sacred gem of Dyskornis, and use its ancient powers to claim Tarani's rightful place on the throne of Eddarta. "The is that of an updated Arabian nights fantasy.. Amazing SF
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Transported from Earth to the desert world of Gandalara, Rikardon and Tarani set out to find the fabled lost city of Ka. Aided by a giant telepathic warcat and a mystic bird, they uinderake a perilous quest to recapture the Ra'ira, the sacred gem of Dyskornis, and use its ancient powers to claim Tarini's rightful place on the throne of Eddarta.
This could be called an 'alternate worlds' novel. It could be called a romance. It is a mystery, as well as an adventure novel. It is also a great deal of fun!


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