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17.01.2017  · While not as full of action and adventure as The Amber Isle, this was nevertheless a tense and gripping read. The author really made you feel Nevers ...Rivers of London (Midnight Riot in the ... aka "The Old Man of the

17.01.2017  · While not as full of action and adventure as The Amber Isle, this was nevertheless a tense and gripping read. The author really made you feel Never's ...

Rivers of London (Midnight Riot in the ... aka "The Old Man of the River" God of the River Thames or at least the bits ... Whether you like good writing, good fantasy ...

River of Gods is a 2004 science fiction novel by British writer Ian McDonald. It depicts a futuristic India in 2047, ... Characters visit the river during the novel, ...

When I was a little boy I had a friend who was a colonel. He was not the kind of colonel you meet nowadays, who manages a motor showroom in the West End of London and wears crocodile shoes and a small moustache and who calls you ‘old man’ and slaps your back, independent of the fact that you may have been no more than a private in the war. My colonel was of the older order that takes a third of a century and a lot of Indian sun and Madras curry in the making.

Once he came upon a number of sepoys conspiring mischief in a byre with a barrel of gunpowder. So he put the butt of his cheroot into the barrel and presently they all went to hell. That was the kind of man he was in the way of business.

In the way of pleasure he was very different. In the way of pleasure he wore an old Norfolk coat that smelt of heather and brine, and which had no elbows to speak of. And he wore a Sherlock Holmesy kind of cap with a swarm of salmon flies upon it, that to my boyish fancy was more splendid than a crown. I cannot remember his legs, because they were nearly always under water, hidden in great canvas waders. But once he sent me a photograph of himself riding on a tricycle, so I expect he had some knickerbockers too, which would have been that tight kind, with box cloth under the knees.

17.01.2017  · While not as full of action and adventure as The Amber Isle, this was nevertheless a tense and gripping read. The author really made you feel Never's ...

Rivers of London (Midnight Riot in the ... aka "The Old Man of the River" God of the River Thames or at least the bits ... Whether you like good writing, good fantasy ...

River of Gods is a 2004 science fiction novel by British writer Ian McDonald. It depicts a futuristic India in 2047, ... Characters visit the river during the novel, ...

17.01.2017  · While not as full of action and adventure as The Amber Isle, this was nevertheless a tense and gripping read. The author really made you feel Never's ...

Rivers of London (Midnight Riot in the ... aka "The Old Man of the River" God of the River Thames or at least the bits ... Whether you like good writing, good fantasy ...

River of Gods is a 2004 science fiction novel by British writer Ian McDonald. It depicts a futuristic India in 2047, ... Characters visit the river during the novel, ...

When I was a little boy I had a friend who was a colonel. He was not the kind of colonel you meet nowadays, who manages a motor showroom in the West End of London and wears crocodile shoes and a small moustache and who calls you ‘old man’ and slaps your back, independent of the fact that you may have been no more than a private in the war. My colonel was of the older order that takes a third of a century and a lot of Indian sun and Madras curry in the making.

Once he came upon a number of sepoys conspiring mischief in a byre with a barrel of gunpowder. So he put the butt of his cheroot into the barrel and presently they all went to hell. That was the kind of man he was in the way of business.

In the way of pleasure he was very different. In the way of pleasure he wore an old Norfolk coat that smelt of heather and brine, and which had no elbows to speak of. And he wore a Sherlock Holmesy kind of cap with a swarm of salmon flies upon it, that to my boyish fancy was more splendid than a crown. I cannot remember his legs, because they were nearly always under water, hidden in great canvas waders. But once he sent me a photograph of himself riding on a tricycle, so I expect he had some knickerbockers too, which would have been that tight kind, with box cloth under the knees.

The Rhoynar are one of the three major ethnic groups from which the humans of Westeros descend, the others being the Andals and the First Men . They were a culture of river-faring people who dwelt on the banks of the immense river Rhoyne in Essos . After being forced to flee in ten thousand ships during the Rhoynish Wars with Valyria , the surviving Rhoynar eventually settled in Dorne in southern Westeros. [1]

While most Rhoynar integrated into Dornish society, especially into the so-called "salty Dornishmen ", the orphans of the Greenblood have retained their Rhoynish heritage and language. [2] The Lord of the Seven Kingdoms , who sits Iron Throne , claims the title of King of the Andals, the Rhoynar, and the First Men . [3]

The Rhoynar were a slender people with smooth olive skin, black hair, and dark eyes. [4] Some maesters have controversially theorized that the people of Myr are related to the Rhoynar because of their similar olive skin. [4]

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