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The Complete Parsina Saga


The Complete Parsina Saga

DESCRIPTION: The Parsina Saga is an Arabian Nights-style epic fantasy tale, weaving romance and adventure through a world of djinni, undersea cities, flying carpets, and demons. It comprises four complete novels: Shrine of the Desert Mage, The Storyteller and the Jann, Crystals of Air and Water, and Treachery of the Demon King.

Now all four of these novels are gathered together in a single ebook boxed set, priced to provide a considerable savings over buying each of the books separately. The complete story appears, unexpurgated, in this one volume.

Impoverished storyteller Jafar al-Sharif is mistaken for the thief of a holy urn. He and his daughter Selima escape capture by impersonating mighty wizards--but this imposture brings them into further danger, and sets them on a journey around the world to recapture a lost relic. Meanwhile, the real thief of the urn is in league with the king of the demons to enslave the world under the power of evil.

The Parsina Saga is a gripping journey through an exotic world that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

You may also buy the books individually, including paperback editions:

Volume 1: Shrine of the Desert Mage
Volume 2: The Storyteller and the Jann
Volume 3: Crystals of Air and Water
Volume 4: Treachery of the Demon King

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Reviews for The Complete Parsina Saga

"As a child, I loved the Tales of the Arabian Nights, of djinns and wizards, clever thieves and maidens-in-peril. The Parsina Saga has that same feel of exotic landscapes and ordinary people caught up in the clash between ancient good vs. evil."--Anna Erishkigal Complete review

Reviews for Volume I of The Parsina Saga:

"I would certainly recommend the Shrine of the Desert Mage by Stephen Goldin as an enjoyable and rewarding read; for its rich prose, clever and well-crafted story and its interesting and engaging re-telling of the age-old tale of good versus evil."--Awesome Indies Complete review

"If you are looking for a fantasy that is not a clone of furry-footed folk in a quasi-England or another gloomy barbarian stomping through civilization, The Shrine of the Desert Mage might be it. "--Matthew Higgins Complete review

"The characters are what make this series a must-read."--Ray Complete review

"I love love love this story!... I think the writing is brilliant! The story is unique (at least for me) and very interesting."--Jodie Nielsen. Complete review

"This book is no less than brilliant!" -- Sannie Hald. Complete review

"If you love a fantasy novel that is more fairy tale than anything else, this book is for you."--Delilah Draken Complete review

"I think this is a great story, beautiful writing style, in-depth analysis and presentation of a totally different culture, and spell-binding story."--Wei Cho Complete review

"If you like well-written fantasy, you'll love these books."--Mrs. William Meyers Complete review


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