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Featuring
Writings of Magdvin Cszgarna
Presenting the first:

Arlyn and Krisdevon

   I have not had the opportunity to read this book but it is fairly well written. It appearsw to be a fantasy/romance. As I have the time I'll prepare a real synopsis. Note: It does have adult themes.
       





Thurina and Krin

   This is a nice short story in almost a fairy tale format. It tells of the love of Thurina and Krin and how they promised themselves to each other and no one else. The story takes place in an imaginary place where magic is still possible. Definitely a worth while read.
       





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Paradise Lost conjures up a vast, awe-inspiring cosmos and puts a naked Adam and Eve at the very center of its story.
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