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E. R. Eddison

Mistress of Mistresses: A Vision of Zimiamvia

Zimiamvian Trilogy: Book 1

E. R. Eddison

Mezentius had ruled the Three Kingdoms with a firm hand, but his legitimate heir is a weakling, frightened of the power of his half-brother, Duke Barganax, and of that of the terrifying Horius Parry, Vicar of Rerek. As Parry and Barganax manoeuvre, intrigue and plot, it is clear that the new king isn't long for the world.

The key to the control of the Three Kingdoms lies with Lessingham, Parry's cousin, the only man both sides can trust. But then Parry decides that Lessingham must die. As heroes and villains clash, an even darker game is being played - for the Lady Fiorinda is testing her own powers to decide the fates of men...

A Fish Dinner in Memison

Zimiamvian Trilogy: Book 2

E. R. Eddison

Like Tolkien's Middle-Earth, Zimiamvia is a realm which mirrors our own world. But in it passions run stronger - life, love, and treachery are epic in their intensity . . . and magic is reality.

Foreshadowed in the famous THE WORM OUROBOROS, this trilogy is as C.S. Lewis said, "a new literary species, a new rhetoric, a new climate of the imagination . . . These books are works, first and foremost, of art. And they are irreplaceable.'

In this second book of the Zimiamvian Trilogy, the royal guests at A FISH DINNER IN MEMISON amuse themselves with the creation of a sadly flawed world . . . and in an instant spend a lifetime in it.

The Mezentian Gate

Zimiamvian Trilogy: Book 3

E. R. Eddison

"It is very rarely that a middle aged man finds an author who gies him the sense of having opened a door on wonder. One had thought those days were past. Eddison's heroic romances disproved it. In a word, his books are works, first and foremost, of art." C.S. Lewis

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