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The Storyteller and Jann (original 1988; edition 1988)

by Stephen Goldin (Author)

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Title:The Storyteller and Jann
Authors:Stephen Goldin (Author)
Info:Spectra (1988),
Collections:Your library, SciFi/Fantasy
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Tags:Fantasy, magic, Parsina

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Storyteller and Jann by Stephen Goldin (1988)

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This book is dedicated to
Melissa Ann Singer,
for all the time, effort, and love she put into it.
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The tale is told of a time when Hakem Rafi the accursed, the thief, the black-hearted, when this nefarious infidel violated the Temple of the Faith in the fabled city of Ravan and stole the golden jeweled urn of Aeshma from before the Bahram fire itself.
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    THE WAR BETWEEN LIGHT AND DARKNESS

An evil whirlwind blows across the golden lands of Parsina. After a centuries-long imprisonment, the sinister Aeshma has escaped from his magic urn and returned with a vengeance, leaving nothing but destruction in his wake. 

Meanwhile, in the holy city, an eveil seductress has worked her wiles to place a cruel usurper on the throne of Ravan - even as her army of ruthless assassins hunt the true prince and his loyal band of followers across the desert wastelands.
Now, Jafar the storyteller, his enchanted daughter Selima and the exiled prince Ahmad must continue their perilous journey into a spectacular realm of two-headed lions, giant djinn, invisible cloaks, powerful wizards and zombie armies to find hte lost pieces of the Crystal of Oromasd - and save the world from total destruction!
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