The Sage

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Ballantine Books, 1996 - Fiction - 374 pages
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A knight enjoying old age as a spirit is called to re-enter his body and battle evil. But the body is old, so he hires a ruffian, gives him a magic sword and proceeds to teach him knightly virtue. He transforms the man into a conquering hero.

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THE SAGE: Vol. II of The Star Stone

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In The Shaman (1995), the first in the author's new series, a big, kindly clansman by the name of Ohaern defeated the bad god Ulahane; his reward was 500 years of sensual bliss in the arms of the ... Read full review


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Science fiction/fantasy writer Christopher Stasheff was born in Mount Vernon, New York in 1944. He received a BA and a MA in Speech and Broadcasting from the University of Michigan and a PhD in Theater from the University of Nebraska. He taught theater at Montclair State University in New Jersey before leaving to become a full-time author. He writes the following series: Warlock, Star Troupers, Rogue Wizard, and Wizard in Rhyme.

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