The Weaver in the Vault

Zothique Series
Narrated by: Reg Green
Length: 45 mins
4.3 out of 5 stars (15 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Zothique is Earth's last continent in the very distant future when the sun has grown dim, the work has grown old, and the remorseless seas have overwhelmed all other continents. The sciences have been forgotten as the shadowy arts of sorcery and magic have been reborn. The result: a dark world of older mystery where luxurious kings and wandering heroes venture across dim landscapes, pitting their strength and wisdom against powerful wizards, necromancers, and alien gods - all under a dying sun.

Even three of the king's toughest henchmen began loosing their nerve as they descended into the dark catacombs of a long-forsaken, earthquake-ruined burial site in Chaon Gacca. Their assignment, to recover the remains of an ancient king, was detestable enough. But nothing could compare to the horrific sights and sounds of... The Weaver!

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©2003 Bob E. Flick (P)2003 Bob E. Flick

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Wonderfully Scary!

Clark Ashton Smith is my favorite writer. I have read this story before, and the narrator does a great job. The weird music and sound effects are a cool bonus!

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