- Average 4.7 from 3 ratings
Very good SF story, based on a couple of interesting premises. The
ending is plausible, although in the middle it seems for a time that
the author was searching for how to reach it. Buy and read it. 5
out of 5
An Antidote To Fire
John Smith, formerly a Ph.D. chemist from our world, is now an alchemical adept in the island Kingdom of Cern. In between sporting with Luce, his well-chained and affectionate slavegirl, he is researching an antidote to the fire poison that inflicts a curse of misery on its victims. Unfortunately, the masters of the Four Empires like their slavegirls miserable. They fear the cheerful slavegirls of the Island Kingdoms and their barefoot brilliance, and they loathe the Islander masters for the way they pamper those slavegirls. And so a plot is afoot to stop John Smith from discovering the antidote, no matter what it takes.
Editorial: This is the sequel to AGENT OF CERN.
No. words: 100000 We do not recommend this book for readers under 18 years of age
Style: HAREMS AND SLAVES
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Published: 03 / 2010
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