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David Eddings
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"The old sorcerer was a very strange and complex man, and his story promised to provide insights into his character that could come from no other source" (Prologue, p. 7).

"I never knew my father, and I have no recollection of having any living relatives in that place" (Chapter 1, p. 13).

"In time Belzedar and I made peace with each other. I reasoned that as long as we were probably going to spend the next dozen or so centuries together, we might as well learn to get along" (Chapter 4, p 41).

"It's a strange sort of process, this changing of form" (Chapter 5, p. 65).

"About twenty years after the cracking of the world, our Master summoned us all to his tower and suggested that one of us ought to go to what's now Mallorea to find out what Torak and his people were up to" (Chapter 7, p. 93).

"You wouldn't have thought it...

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