Lord of Darkness

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Bantam Books, 1984 - Fiction - 613 pages
Captive to the slave-trading colonists of Angola, young British seaman Andrew Battell longs for his home in the England of Elizabeth I, but increasingly finds himself enthralled by the occult arts of the Lord of Darkness

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I have enjoyed many of Robert Silverberg's Sci Fi books, but this is the first in a different genre that I've read. Not surprisingly, I was not disappointed. It is a captivating and enjoyable story ... Read full review

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