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The Worm Ouroboros

E. R. Eddison

1. 00 – Introductory Material
2. 01 – Prologue – The Castle Of Lord Juss
3. 02 – The Wrastling For Demonland
4. 03 – The Red Foliot
5. 04 – Conjuring In The Iron Tower
6. 05 – King Gorice’s Sending
7. 06 – The Claws Of Witchland
8. 07 – Guests Of The King In Carce
9. 08 – The First Expedition To Impland
10. 09 – Salapanta Hills
11. 10 – The Marchlands Of The Moruna
12. 11 – The Burg Of Eshgrar Ogo
13. 12 – Koshtra Pivrarcha
14. 13 – Koshtra Belorn
15. 14 – The Lake Of Ravary
16. 15 – Queen Prezmyra
17. 16 – The Lady Sriva’s Embassage
18. 17 – The King Flies His Haggard
19. 18 – The Murther Of Gallandus By Corsus
20. 19 – Thremnir’s Heugh
21. 20 – King Corinius
22. 21 – The Parley Before Krothering
23. 22 – Aurwath And Switchwater
24. 23 – The Weird Begun Of Ishnain Nemartra
25. 24 – A King In Krothering
26. 25 – Lord Gro And The Lady Mevrian
27. 26 – The Battle Of Krothering Side
28. 27 – The Second Expedition To Impland
29. 28 – Zora Rach Nam Psarrion
30. 29 – The Fleet At Muelva
31. 30 – Tidings of Melikaphkhaz
32. 31 – The Demons Before Carce
33. 32 – The Latter End Of All The Lords Of Witchland
34. 33 – Queen Sophonisba In Galing

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Summary

This classic 1922 fantasy novel brings you to a strange and lovely world where a young lord wrestles King Gorice for his land’s freedom, where unscalable mountains can only be conquered by stubbornness and hippogriffs, where the great explorer Lord Gro finds himself continually driven to betrayal, where sweet young women occasionally fall for evil wizards, and where the heroes actually win their hearts’ desire.

Reviews

Tim Hicks

- Enjoyed it immensely

This was a real pleasure. Jason Mills does an outstanding job, his Celtic accent is perfect.

Tim H

- Simply marvelous

I loved listening and enjoyed it immensely. I want to buy the book and read with Jason Mills reading it so that I can have double the pleasure. It is the beauty of Jason's Celtic reading that makes it magical.

andy wogan

I'm afraid despite the excellent reading I could not listen to any more than the seventh chapter as it seems to be 20% story and 80% description of clothing flowers beds hair and jewellery, which became tedious to me.