• Enchantress of World's End

  • The Gondwane Epic, Book 2
  • By: Lin Carter
  • Narrated by: Dan Wallace
  • Length: 6 hrs and 21 mins
  • 3.7 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

By The Master of Sword & Sorcery....

Gondwane.... In the last days of Earth, the continents drifted together again after aeons' separation, and that was Gondwane.

Gondwane.... When all the kingdoms of all the peoples of Earth had come and gone and new ones arose, it was on Gondwane they created their ephemeral glories.

On Gondwane, amid the turmoil of the last wars and the last quests and the last efforts of scientists and alchemists, there arose one final her, the mighty Ganelon Silvermane.

©1975 Lin Carter Properties (P)2012 Wildside Press LLC

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  • 02-16-18

awesome book written in your grandparents age

great series written a long time ago but should not be forgotten by the now generation