Legends by Robert Silverberg


Robert Silverberg

New stories from the fantasy worlds of Earthsea, Majipoor, The Dark Tower etc. And at an average of 70 pages per 'big name' author, this is a real must for fans.


As the shape bore her over on her back, Sister Mary uttered a shriek that went through Roland's head like the Dark Bells themselves ... (from The Little Sisters of Eluria by Stephen King)

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