Turning Points
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Turning Points

by Lynn Abbey
Release date: 2002
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: fantasy, anthology

Edited by Lynn Abbey. Cover art by Jean Pierre Targete. Cover: Cauvin, Soldt, and Halott in the Vulgar Unicorn.

New Stories by Raymond E. Feist, Dennis L. McKiernan, and others Empires rise and fall, but Sanctuary lives on! Sanctuary, a lawless city governed by evil forces, powerful magic, and political intrigue.

The Age of the Rankan reign of Kadakithis, the occupation of the Beysib, and indeed the erstwhile Renaissance are all in the past. It is years later and the legendary figures of Jubal, Tempus, Shadowspawn, and the Stormchildren are now just memories, myth, and rumor.

But the city and its people live on. A new pantheon of personalities have moved in and are making their mark on this dark and dangerous city.

Meet these denizens of the city where just surviving is a full-time occupation.

Meet Halott the Necromancer, Latilla – daughter of the legendary artist Lalo the Limmer, Dysan the short and scrappy thief, Jake the rat, and a host of others.

Contents:

  • Introduction by Lynn Abbey
  • Home Is Where the Hate Is by Mickey Zucker Reichert
  • Role Model by Andrew J. Offutt
  • The Prisoner in the Jewel by Diana L. Paxson
  • Ritual Evolution by Selina Rosen
  • Duel by Dennis L. McKiernan
  • Ring of Sea and Fire by Robin Wayne Bailey
  • Doing the Gods' Work by Jody Lynn Nye
  • The Red Lucky by Lynn Abbey
  • Apocalypse Noun by Jeff Grubb
  • One to Go by Raymond E. Feist
updated 2010-09-07

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