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fallible fiend

L. Sprague De Camp

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Published by Remploy in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fiction in English.

  • Edition Notes

    Originally published, New York , New American Library, 1973.

    Statement(by) L. Sprague de Camp.
    Series(Red star sci-fi)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination143p. ;
    Number of Pages143
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15117281M
    ISBN 100706605446


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The Fallible Fiend () by L. Sprague de Camp () is a modestly entertaining fantasy set in the land of Novaria.

Readers of de Camp's "The Reluctant King" trilogy: "The Goblin Tower" (), "The Clocks of Iraz" () and "The Unbeheaded King" () or his last Novaria book "The Honorable Barbarian" () will be farmiliar with the /5(11).

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The Fallible Fiend () by L. Sprague de Camp () is a modestly entertaining fantasy set in the land of Novaria. Readers of de Camp's "The Reluctant King" trilogy: "The Goblin Tower" (), "The Clocks of Iraz" () and "The Unbeheaded King" () or his last Novaria book "The Honorable Barbarian" () will be farmiliar with the landscape, place names and the humorous - tongue /5.

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