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When Julius Caesar crossed to Britannia he won the first battle against the elven host, for good Roman iron negates all spells. But then came sunset...
Now elves rule the whole world and the day is no more than a two hour interval in the endless twilight, with humans reduced to hunted beasts. But this time they have found a new and utterly potent weapon. More
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Price: Free! USD
Words: 4,310
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476156774
About Tais Teng

Tais Teng is a pseudonym for a Dutch fantasy and science fiction writer, illustrator and sculptor. His real name is Thijs van Ebbenhorst Tengbergen and he was born in 1952 in The Hague.

Tais Teng has written more than a hundred books for both adults and children. He has won the Paul Harland Prize four times. His books have been translated in German, Finnish, French and English. One of his books, The Emerald Boy, has been published in the USA. He recently sold the stories Embrace the Night and And the Sky is filled with eyes to the Night Land site.

His English short story collection Lovecraft, my love is available at Smashwords.

His Dutch websites are
http://www.taisteng.nl
http://www.granterre.nl/
http://www.atlantisongezonken.nl/

English websites:
http://taisteng.atspace.com/
For illustrations, book covers and commissions (English):
http://taisteng.deviantart.com/gallery/
YouTube channel:
http://www.youtube.com/user/taisteng?feature=mhee

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Review by: Adriaan van Garde on June 03, 2014 :
Tais Teng is absolutely one of the most original writers in the world. This story is at first glance a tale about the battle between men en elves. But being a Tais Teng story there is more behind it than you might think. Will mankind win? Or are we doomed forever. If you like this story I recommend that you buy "Lovecraft, My Love", the collection that's filled with stories like this one.
More about English books and stories by Dutch writers on www.adutchtreat.nl
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