The clocks of Iraz

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Ballantine Books, Nov 12, 1983 - Fiction - 161 pages
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Review: The Clocks of Iraz (The Reluctant King #2)

User Review  - Lillia Gajewski - Goodreads

De Camp wrote in the 1960s and 1970s, so his material is a bit slower and less "Game of Thrones" than most people would be comfortable with in SF today, but the humor is evident and the satire is just enough to make the book enjoyable. Read full review

Review: The Clocks of Iraz (The Reluctant King #2)

User Review  - Goodreads

De Camp wrote in the 1960s and 1970s, so his material is a bit slower and less "Game of Thrones" than most people would be comfortable with in SF today, but the humor is evident and the satire is just enough to make the book enjoyable. Read full review

Contents

The Scarlet Mammoth
1
The Flying Fish
20
The Tower of Kumashar
38
Copyright

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