Have Glyphs Will Travel

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The acclaimed weird western series continues.

The Rider and Kabede must rally a US Cavalry troop against an army of the undead lead by three of Adon's renegade riders if they are to survive The Long Sabbath. The Rider infiltrates an Apache stronghold to convince the combined forces of Vittorio and Geronimo not to lend their might to the mysterious forces of The War Prophet. The Rider sets out to rescue the succubus Nehema from the wrath of The Mules of The Mazzikim, then ...

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Overview

The acclaimed weird western series continues.

The Rider and Kabede must rally a US Cavalry troop against an army of the undead lead by three of Adon's renegade riders if they are to survive The Long Sabbath. The Rider infiltrates an Apache stronghold to convince the combined forces of Vittorio and Geronimo not to lend their might to the mysterious forces of The War Prophet. The Rider sets out to rescue the succubus Nehema from the wrath of The Mules of The Mazzikim, then confronts his greatest enemy, The Man Called Other. Seeking to learn the remaining secrets of The Hour of Incursion, the Rider and his companions arrive in Tombstone only to face the horror of The Fire King Triumphant.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781615725533
  • Publisher: Damnation Books, LLC
  • Publication date: 12/1/2011
  • Pages: 356
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.79 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 30, 2012

    Oy, what a fine read

    Ed Erdelac takes us on a chaotic and magickal journey through the Old West with The Rider and his trusty onager. A wondrous blend of ultra-conservative Judaism, cowboys, and more magic and mayhem than you can shake a Torah scroll at. Buy this book and any other Mrrkabah Rider books you can find. I doubt you can only read them once.

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