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Back to previous page Record Number: 25410
The Opal Egg. 1982 The Opal Egg
by Robert E. Vardeman
published in:
Sorcerer's Apprentice
Edited by Liz Danforth
Issue #15, Summer 1982
Flying Buffalo
ISSN: 02763575
Cover illustration by John L. Barnes
44 pages
Price: $2.50

The Opal Egg, a Krek short story by Robert E. Vardeman, can be found on pages 92-28.

Now available as an eBook from Robert E. Vardeman's Cenotaph Road Store.

Introductory Blurb
Bob Vardeman, young, brilliant, and prolific science fiction and fantasy author (and sometime saviour of the moon) and budding game designer, has entertained readers with books and stories from Star Trek to his and Vic Milan's War of Powers series. The lamented Swords Against Darkness volume 3 had a tale dealing with the world dealt with in this tale. That tale was thrilling and entertaining, and so is this one. But then, that's how Bob writes. . . .

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