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But after a while their heads went up as Lerg, belly to the ground, slid nearer to
them through the grasses, and they moved closer to the trees. Three times Lerg
moved the ponies forward and the third time the leading pony, a sturdy, rusty red
Her arm ached from tugging and leading Sunset who faced some of the thickets
reluctantly, and there was now a persistent nagging pain in her right thigh where
she had slipped and twisted her leg. The sun was tree-top low in the sky when ...
He slowly turned his head and looked back at the near trees. The group around
the old man were too busy with their own business to pay any attention to him
now. Enghus had taken a dry branch and was holding it in the fire, the end of it ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - DinadansFriend - LibraryThing
A passable entertainment, not the best rationalized Arthurian myth, which is Sutcliff's "The Sword at Sunset". this is an omnibus volume containing three novels. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - oel_3 - LibraryThing
A great and wonderful story! Read full review