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In the Shadow of Omizantrim. 1982 In the Shadow of Omizantrim
by Robert E. Vardeman
and Victor Milán

First Edition 1982.
Playboy Paperbacks.
New York.
ISBN 0872169995.
Paperback.
Cover illustration by Fernando Fernandez.
224 pages.
Price: $2.50.

Notes
In the Shadow of Omizantrim, a novel by Robert E. Vardeman and Victor Milán.

The fifth part of The War of Powers series.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
The city of Medurim is a wonderful place. No real worries about war, bloodshed, torture, demons . . . just one long orgy. A great spot for lovestruck genies who finally get it on, but not quite suitable for Queen Moriana, who hopes to raise a new army here.

Things are not going well for Moriana and her lover, Fost. They no longer control the Sky City; instead, the treacherous Fallen Ones are using it as a base from which they kill every human in sight. And the Demon of the Dark Ones, entombed for ten thousand years, is on the loose again, sucking up everything like a giant vacuum cleaner. Alas, it doesn’t look as though Moriana and Fost will be able to pull its plug. . . .

"A FAIR HELPING OF FUN. ENTERTAINMENT, DEBAUCHERY AND LIGHT-HEARTED SLAUGHTER."
– SCIENCE FICTION CHRONICLE

 
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