Lord of Light

Action & Adventure Fantasy

Author: Roger Zelazny

A distant world where gods walk as men, but wield vast and hidden powers. Are they truly immortal? Who are these gods who rule the destiny of a teeming world? How has the colonization of another planet become a re-enactment of Eastern religion and mythology?….Read More

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