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Dark Goddess - Daughter of the Night - Of Stegner's Folly

Dark Goddess - Daughter of the Night - Of Stegner's Folly
Catalog # SKU3251
Publisher TGS Publishing
Weight 1.00 lbs
Author Name Richard S. Shaver
ISBN 10: 1610336127
ISBN 13: 9781610336123


Dark Goddess
Daughter of the Night
Of Stegner's Folly

Large Print

Richard S. Shaver

Deep within her caverns the great mer-woman
longed for death to end her loneliness.
But then came a voyager from space-a man-also lonely....

Three stories from the mysterious Richard S. Shaver.
New Edition, Large Print, 15 point font



The black-emerald water swirled and broke in many silver gleamings. From the misty center of the pool rose a vast but beautiful head. The long dripping hair was not hair, but had a rippling life of its own. The great lonely eyes and wide scarlet mouth were far more lovely than any human's. The gleaming green shoulders and shapely long arms ended in graceful webbed fingers. The red tipped breasts were proud, naked mounts where beauty lived forever. The pillaring waist-the strong-arched hips that did not divide into legs but into two great serpentine drivers-ended in the wide tail fins of a fish.

The dark sea-scented lapping green water was circled by tiers of marble seats, where many human people sat, their eyes upon the throne-seat into which the tremendous female figure vaulted in one powerful thrust from the water, as a tall wave uncurls effortlessly upon a golden beach.

The people bowed their heads and waited for her words, and she sat for a long time looking on them sadly and somehow conveying that they had long disappointed her. When her voice came, a great bell of meaning in the sea-cavern, the humans began to weep, for they knew now in their hearts they had failed her. "My people, when the first of you came here I welcomed you. I was glad, for I had been long alone. I never knew my own origin, my own race, and the wisdom that I learned here in these caverns I was glad to give to the young and ignorant voyagers that first came.

116 pages - 7x 8½ softcover
ISBN-10: 1610336127
ISBN-13: 9781610336123

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