The City

  • Title: The City
  • Author: Jane Gaskell
  • ISBN: 9780886770853
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Paperback
  • The City Endless PerilAnguished Fate Rescued by a bold sailor held in the confines of a lascivious brothel Cija faces yet another life and death ordeal She escapes but her respite is short lived Treachery an
    Endless PerilAnguished Fate Rescued by a bold sailor, held in the confines of a lascivious brothel, Cija faces yet another life and death ordeal She escapes but her respite is short lived Treachery and betrayal sweep her into the temple of her hated father, beyond a terrifying, sensual interlude in the Arena of Apes With the seed of her ape man lover growing withinEndless PerilAnguished Fate Rescued by a bold sailor, held in the confines of a lascivious brothel, Cija faces yet another life and death ordeal She escapes but her respite is short lived Treachery and betrayal sweep her into the temple of her hated father, beyond a terrifying, sensual interlude in the Arena of Apes With the seed of her ape man lover growing within her she is carried to her ultimate destiny inside the monstrous walls of Atlan

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    About Jane Gaskell


    1. Gaskell was born Jane Gaskell Denvil on 7 July 1941, in Grange over Sands, Cumbria, England previously in the county of Lancashire She is the great grandniece of the Victorian novelist Elizabeth Gaskell Her first novel, Strange Evil, was written when she was 14 years old published two years later, in 1957 In 1963 Gaskell married truck driver Gerald Lynch and in 1965 their daughter, Lucy Emma, was born Their marriage ended in divorce in 1968 In 1970 she received the Somerset Maugham Award for her novel A Sweet, Sweet Summer.China Mi ville lists Strange Evil as one of the top 10 examples of weird fiction.


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    1. Take Edgar Rice Burrough's Tarzan, H. Rider Haggard's Lost Civilizations and John Norman's Gor and as your heroine princess raised to believe she's divine and men are extinct and you have the world of the Atlan Saga. The City continues the perils of Princess Cija, who falls into the clutches of Sedili, the first wife of her lover Zerd, a man-serpent general. Cija does grow on you, which given these are supposed to be her diaries is important. So, this is the description of the book on :Endless P [...]

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    2. Gets more outrageous, and the language more baroque, as it progresses.

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    3. The City by Jane Gaskell (1966)

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    4. That was kinda all over the place. Liked it enough, though. Zerd didn't make a SINGLE appearance which is just ugh. I hope he's in the next one.

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    5. I never finished reading this series. Does anyone know what book 6 is??

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