The Ship of Ishtar by Abraham Merritt

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The Ship of Ishtar

Number of pages: 302

The Ship of Ishtar is a universally hailed classic of the fantasy novel by A. Merritt. Merritt was influential upon the science fiction and fantasy world primarily through the imaginative power he displayed in the creation of desirable alternative worlds and realities.

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