The Shadow of the Torturer

Author: Gene Wolfe

The first volume of a masterpiece – Usula K. Le GuinThe Earth is old and the sun is dying. In the great Citadel of the City Imperishable, Severian, apprentice of the torturers’ guild, betrays his oath. Exiled, Severian begins his phantasmagoric odyssey through the dark and perilous world of the deep, distant future.A spectacular achievement – The TimesTotally original, new….Read More

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