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Fires of Azeroth (1979) [Novel]
by C. J. Cherryh Rating: No votes (Rate!)
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Series: Chronicles of Morgaine
Part: 3

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The Gates were relics of a lost era. The Union Science Bureau surmised that they had once linked a whole network of civilizations throughout the galaxy-an empire ruled by a ruthless race known as the qhal. This qhal empire had spanned both Space and Time, for their Gates warped time, enabling qhal travelers to step from point to point across light-years unaged. It was even possible to travel into the future. However, intervention in backtime could affect entire worlds and civilizations, could change the course of galactic history, could destroy empires and possibly even implode time itself...and this was what the Science Bureau believed had happened-sometime, somewhere in the unreachable past, an arrogant power-drunk qhal had done the unthinkable, and warped the very fabric of space and time.

Morgaine: pale in coloring and as tall as the tallest men, it seems clear that this mysterious traveler is a descendent of the long-vanished qhal. Aided by a single warrior honor-bound to serve her, it is her mission to travel from world to world sealing the ancient Gates whose very existence threatens the integrity of the universe. But will she have the power to follow her quest to its eventual conclusion-to the Ultimate Gate or the end of time itself?

Original title: Fires of Azeroth
Original languages: English

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Genre: FictionScience FictionScience Fantasy

This work is a subwork of the following works :
     Chronicles of Morgaine, the (1989) [Omnibus Volume]
      Author: C. J. Cherryh

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Fires of Azeroth (1979)
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Language: English

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Fires of Azeroth (1979)


ISBN: 0886773237

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