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10/17/2015 6:21 am  #1


The Dancer from Atlantis

Never heard of this before discovering it in a used book store (forget where), but really quite ejoyed it: I wish more contemporary fiction was this slim in any case. Interesting spin on the destruction of Atlantis and variant Greek myths. And the version I have has a Frazetta cover, so there. http://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/wink.png

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10/19/2015 4:22 pm  #2


Re: The Dancer from Atlantis

Looks interesting! I love Anderson's work, and the Frazetta cover coupled with the subject matter makes me want this!


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10/20/2015 4:52 am  #3


Re: The Dancer from Atlantis

Very cheap copies can be had on Amazon: I'd say it's worth it for inspiration. I'm on an Atlantis kick now ("now" ~= "the last several years"), as my next post will illustrate.


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