Spell of Catastrophe
by Mayer Alan Brenner
Publisher: ManyBooks 1989
Number of pages: 286
In a world of magic, where computers and nanotechnology are long gone, where thoughtless gods struggle for power with little regard for those below, one unlucky man must make some tough decisions. Three separate lines of action engage disparate characters in a race to converge at last in a huge blast of action.
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