The Goddess of Atvatabar
by William Richard Bradshaw
Publisher: J. F. Douthitt 1892
Number of pages: 318
"The Goddess of Atvatabar" is full of marvellous adventures on land and sea and in the aerial regions as well. The author, by the condition of his undertaking, has given carte blanche to his imagination. He has created a complete society, with a complete environment suited to it.
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