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The Sword of Aldones. 1979 The Sword of Aldones
by Marion Zimmer Bradley
1st British Edition 1979
Arrow Science Fantasy
ISBN 0099181002
Cover illustration by Melvyn Grant
vi+186 pages
Price: £0.80

The Sword of Aldones, a Darkover novel by Marion Zimmer Bradley.

First published by Ace Books in 1962.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
Darkover was Inhabited by two nations – the indigenous tribes with their alien cultures, and the sophisticated colonisers from the Terran Empire. They co-existed in a strange love-hate relationship.

Lew Alton was rejected by both worlds. But only he could understand the real threat of the mystic forces gathering against them.

There had been little regret when Alton left Darkover, but after six years’ exile, he returns for a mighty battle to decide Darkover’s fate. His weapon – the legendary Sword of Aldones.

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