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Ace Fantasy Books, 1984 - Fiction - 516 pages
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In this classic of fantasy fiction, John Myers transports readers to a world as limitless as the human imagination, where a shipwrecked American meets up with Robin Hood, Beowulf, Huck Finn, and countless others on the adventure of a lifetime.

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User Review  - inasrullah64 - LibraryThing

For me this book is like the literary version of the song "American Pie" by Don Maclean. It is a fantastic book, I read this the first time in high school and it has stuck with me ever since. I just ... Read full review

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User Review  - turtlesleap - LibraryThing

The point of this book isn't the story, which is a "Pilgrim's Progress" narrative, tracing Silverlock's spiritual and emotional development as he moves through the fantasy Commonwealth. That's an ... Read full review


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John Myers Myers, noted for his thorough research and vivid style, is also the author of "The Alamo," "Doc Holiday," "Tombstone's Early Years," and "The Saga of Hugh Glass: Pirate, Pawnee, and Mountain Man" (all Bison Books).

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