- Sep 23, 2017
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The Imaro books have been reissued and are available on Kindle and Audible.
I think Orlando Furioso was the popular litetature of its time and so sort of pulp in that regard.
I'm sure I've read something by Chelsea Quinn Yarboro - maybe a post-apocalyptic setting where people can regenerate limbs. Can't remember the title, though.
I could well be wrong. The review/summary I linked to above claims thatI don't remember regeneration as part of False Dawn - as I recall most of the mutations leaned toward the somewhat plausible - but it's been a couple of decades since I've read it so I may well be misremembering. It was a pretty dark read.
She also wrote a short story prequel that appears in one of her anthology books.
That rings a bell. I thought the bandit leader was growing his arm back.Could be. Like I said, it's been a few decades since I've read it.
I think the female lead had something unusual with her eyes, like a nictitating membrane on her eyelids or somesuch?
That rings a bell. I thought the bandit leader was growing his arm back.
Edit: It was False Dawn. I recognised this cover.
Alright give me a synopsis of False Dawn. I'm curious but don't have time to read it.