Delusion’s Master By Tanith Lee

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ISBN: 9780698404427


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A recognized master fantasist, Tanith Lee has won numerous awards for her craft, including the World Fantasy Award for Life Achievement and the Bram Stoker Award for Lifetime Achievement in Horror.

Delusion’s Master
is the third book of the stunning arabesque high fantasy series Tales from the Flat Earth, which, in the manner of The One Thousand and One Nights, portrays an ancient world in mythic grandeur via connected tales.

A long time ago when the Earth was Flat, beautiful indifferent Gods lived in the airy Upperearth realm above, curious passionate demons lived in the Underearth realm below, and mortals were relegated to exist in the middle.

Chuz, Prince of Madness, third of the Lords of Darkness—beauty on one side, foul corruption on the other—“takes pity” on the world. In his gentle, soft embrace, mortal minds repose in a tide of illusion and twisted desire. Yet no one is immune from the sweetest madness of all, and even immortals fall at the cast of the bone dice….

Come within this ancient world of brilliant darkness and beauty, of glittering palaces and wondrous elegant beings, of cruel passions and undying love. Discover the wonder that is the Flat Earth.

Book Details

Format: eBook
Price: 7.99 USD / 8.99 CAD
Published: 2017-03-07
ISBN: 9780698404427
Page Count: 272

Praise for Delusion's Master:

“Lee’s masterful use of rich and evocative language continues to meet the highest standards of storytelling. Recommended.” —Library Journal
“A marvelous piece of otherworldliness that fairly shines with her unrivalled ability to create stories within stories and drench her ‘canvas’ with all sorts of gorgeous, prose-perfect imagery.... Suffice to say that Tanith Lee is one of the best, and Delusion’s Master proves it over and over again.” —Ottawa Review
"Tanith Lee continues to maintain her standard of excellence.... Written in a rich, evocative style, this is one of Lee’s best.” —Publishers Weekly
“The princess-royal of high fantasy.” —Quasar Reviews