A story of a young girl, caught in the dreadful fascination of willing slavery, the agony of a conscious victim who cannot escape the mordant mastery of an egomaniac practicing unknown horrors.
About the Author
Sarban was the pseudonym of John William Wall (1910-1989) a British career diplomat and writer. After studying English and Arabic, Wall joined the diplomatic corps and served across the Arab world. While his foreign service career lasted more than thirty years, Wall's writing career was rather brief. He published three novels under the name Sarban in the early 1950s, after which his literary efforts largely ceased. His most well known work is the science fiction/alternate history classic THE SOUND OF HIS HORN, first published in 1952.