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Flawed Angel (2005)

by John Fuller

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0701179031, Hardcover)

Once upon a time, a ruler had two sons, the first stillborn, so they said. The younger, a sweet-natured boy, is his heir. Far from the capital there are rumours of a creature, half boy, half beast, that roams the forests. A jewel of a fable, inspired by the Arabian Nights.

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Once upon a time in a Middle Eastern land, the ruler had two sons, the first still-born, so they said. The younger boy is his heir. Far from the capital there are rumours of a creature who roams the forest. A rich professor finds him and brings him up as his son. When he dies, the boy is captured and displayed in a freak show.… (more)

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