The Lost Diamond
Chuang Tzu, ancient deity of the Tao, is caught between a diamond and a promise, or a rock and a hard place. Whichever way he turns, someone's going to have to pay for a slice of deity magic. More
The third in the Wild Edged Magic series by award winning writer, Simon J. Cooper, this is a story about why gods shouldn't meddle in human affairs, and, why they should!
After a century in the constant oneness of the Universal Mind, Chuang Tzu was glad of the cold December air in Prague. Around his temporarily human form, a flood of tourists viewed the Baroque statues that lined Charles Bridge. These included, amongst others, three of St. Wenceslas, two of Mary and one of St. Ivo, the patron saint of lawyers. Chuang Tzu peered over the edge of the bridge instead.
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