Category: Epic

Horseclans 16 Trumpets of War by Robert Adams

By Robert Adams

A mad king slain, a realm to reclaim. The excessive King Zastros and his evil witch queen had eventually met their fit while they might challenged Milo Morai and his Confederation military to conflict. but with the risk of Zastros destroyed, the Confederation confronted a nonetheless higher challenge--for in his mad crusade, Zastros had tired the very lifeblood from his country of Southern Ehleenoee. basically chaos now reigned there, as bandits, killers, and bands of renegade warriors roved the land, slaughtering all who antagonistic them. Milo had pledged to deliver peace again to this devastated realm. yet may possibly his former enemies, now turn into allies, be depended on to stay by means of Confederation legislations of their lands? Or did traitors wait to betray Milo's warriors to a negative doom?

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Dune by Frank Herbert

By Frank Herbert

Set at the desolate tract planet Arakis, Dune is the tale of the boy Paul Atreides, who might turn into the mysterious guy referred to as Muad'Dib. He could avenge the traitorous plot opposed to his noble relatives - and might deliver to fruition humankind's so much historic and unimaginable dream. a mix of event and mysticism, environmentalism and politics, Dune received the 1st Nebula Award, shared the Hugo Award, and shaped the foundation of what's certainly the grandest epic in technology fiction.

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The Ribhu Gita: First English Translation from the Original by H. Ramamoorthy, Nome

By H. Ramamoorthy, Nome

This booklet is the 1st and basically complete English translation of that element of the traditional Sivarahasya that has grow to be often called The Ribhu Gita. Forty-four chapters of the private, nondual Self-Knowledge teachings as printed by means of the traditional sage, Ribhu, to his disciple, Nidagha. glowing with the symbolism of Siva, it is a scripture of the purest Advaita Vedanta. this can be a distinct quantity, perfect for these at the route to discover the data of the Self and enjoyed through sages who therefore learned.

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The Epic of the Kings: Shah-Nama, the national epic of by Ferdowsi

By Ferdowsi

Translated by way of Reuben Levy

‘Among the numerous nationwide poets of old Persia, Ferdowsi may be the greatest...In this extraordinary translation of the epic, the Western reader wouldn't fail to determine transparent equivalents of chapters in Genesis, The Odyssey, Paradise misplaced or the Canterbury Tales.’ Islamic Review
The Shah-nama is the nationwide epic poem of Persia. Written within the 10th century it comprises the country’s myths, legends and historical recollections. This version makes on hand a invaluable prose translation identifying the main consultant elements of the unique together with the tales of Rustum, the enormous hero and his son Sohrab.

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