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A fine example in very good or better bright price clipped dustwrapper with minor evidence of a bit of damping, Otherwise quite nice. CA: Underwood-Miller, First Printing. Illustrated by Steve Hickman.
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The Asutra (Durdane) (Volume 3)
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Covers are slightly creased. His mother an unconventional woman, however, when Etzwane learns his real father was a wandering musician, strange thoughts begin to spread through his mind, and when he is brought to the temple to begin his servitude, openly rebels.
Musical instrument in hand, he flees for the capital to start a new life as a musician like his father. Trouble is, the Rogushkoi, the Faceless Man, and the obstacles of society he faces along the way have different plans for the young man. Certain unexplainable things happening in the capital Garwiy in the meantime, Etzwane has his work cut out for him defending the land and avoiding assassination at the hands of shortsighted locals. The culture and philosophy of the torcs called into open question, their lives depend on a breath of fresh air.officegoodlucks.com/order/96/3682-como-rastrear.php
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The ending a major plot twist that ties up the novel, another door is opened wide, the story not done. The Asutra is the closing volume of the Durdane Chronicles , and is the most different of the three books given the resolution the events which closed out The Brave Free Men require. Etwane finding himself in ever stranger situations, places, and planets, the joy of adventure is upon him, but may take his life in the process as he gets to the bottom of the grand mystery.
A deft conclusion, it wraps up everything nicely, that is, save one important matter—which makes Durdane bittersweet.
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One of the most striking elements of Durdane is its steampunkery. The sub-genre unrecognized at the time Vance was writing, its elements are nevertheless evident. Thus what sets Durdane apart as an exemplary steampunk text are the dirigibles. Vance known for his odd transportation devices, the balloon-ways of Durdane are among his most unique. Essentially hot air balloons linked via wheeled tracks, the floating devices transport passengers to major urban areas of Durdane along a grid much like a rail and ticket system. In the end, the Durdane Chronicles is more quality work from Vance that, in many ways, may be an unintended magnum opus.
Containing elements of his coming of age books e. His peculiar style, the economic plotting, and artful building of suspense are all present.