The City of Qushmarrah is uneasy under the rule of the Herodians —short, balding men whose armies would never have conquered the city had not the great and evil wizard Narkar been killed and sealed in his citadel; had not the savage nomad Datars turned coat and sided with the invaders; had not some traitor opened the fortress to them.
Not many would welcome the return of the old religion, the bloody return of wizardry... but there are some patriots who would accept the return of the devil they know, if it meant the return of independence.
|Library of Congress||PS3553.O5536 T6 1989|
3 editions First published in 1989
1989, T. Doherty AssociatesThe tower of fear
in English - 1st ed.
1991, GraftonBooksThe tower of fear.
November 27, 2007, Tor FantasyThe Tower of Fear
Mass Market Paperback in English
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