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The Sorcerer's Skull. 1983 The Sorcerer's Skull
by Robert E. Vardeman
First Edition 1983.
Ace Books.
New York.
ISBN 0441775411.
Paperback.
Cover illustration by David Mattingly.
224 pages.
Price: $2.75.

Notes
The Sorcerer's Skull, a novel by Robert E. Vardeman.

The second part of the Cenotaph Road series.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
WALKING THE CENOTAPH ROAD 15 LIKE PLAYING ROULETTE.
WHEN THE WHEEL TURNS, NOBODY KNOWS WHERE THE TRAVELER WILL STOP.

Dar-elLan-Martak walked the Cenotaph Road-and in the blink of an eye he exchanged his old life for a new one. But in this other world, Lan found himself with a fussy spider for a companion and a powerful wizard for an enemy. Hardly an even trade – and certainly no accident.

Now he and Krek were in a desperate race with the wizard Claybore. At the top of a mirrored mountain, inside a sacred temple, was an alien artifact controlling all the portals along the Cenotaph Road. Lan had to reach it first or be stranded forever. He thought that Claybore, reduced to a mere skull, would have difficulty climbing the mountain. He forgot that wizards always have their own inventive ways and underhanded methods. . . .

 
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