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Easter Sunday
by Gene Wolfe

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About the Author
One of the modern masters of fantasy, Gene Wolfe began his publishing career more than 50 years ago. Since then, Wolfe has authored such influential works as The Fifth Head of Cerberus, The Book of the New Sun and A Walking Tour of the Shambles, the latter co-written with Neil Gaiman. His New Sun characters and settings have been adapted in a GURPS role-playing game supplement from Steve Jackson Games, and in 1996 he was awarded the World Fantasy Award for Lifetime Achievement. Which is to say, that if you haven't read this man's work, you're missing out. You can begin to rectify this immediately with Easter Sunday, one of Wolfe's earliest and most obscure gems.

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