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Iron Tongue. 1984 Iron Tongue
by Robert E. Vardeman
First Edition 1984.
Ace Books.
New York.
ISBN 0441373666.
Paperback.
Cover illustration by David Mattingly.
iv+220 pages.
Price: $2.75.

Notes
Iron Tongue, a novel by Robert E. Vardeman.

The fourth part of the Cenotaph Road series.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
WHEN YOU WALK THE CENOTAPH ROAD YOU NEVER KNOW WHOM YOU'LL MEET

Krek, the giant talking spider; on the run from his cannibalistic mate . . .

Inyx, the slender, dark-haired beauty, master of warfare . . .

These are the allies of Dar-elLan-Martak. They have banded with Lan against Claybore, the nefarious fleshless wizard who searches for his dismembered body and his lost powers – and who has once again slipped through the portals to the Cenotaph Road. Lan and his allies have only one means to stop Claybore: They must follow their enemy to an unknown world, a planet of warring empires and vast realms of magic, a planet where even with Lan's growing command of the intricacies of sorcery the Cenotaph Road could be a dead end . . .

"Robert E. Vardeman has created a pair of heroes – and a villain of equal calibre – guaranteed to live in the reader's mind long after the last page has been read."
– George Proctor

 
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