All good things must come to an end.
Small Gods from “Didactylos could feel the crowd.” to “For a start, they believe with all their heart.”
Small Gods from “Vorbis sat upright in the tyrant’s chair” to “The way it’s got steps down into it, I think,” said Brutha.
Small Gods from “Om stumped along a cobbled alley” to “The fundamental truth was that the handful of Ephebian guards in the palace had no chance at all.”
Small Gods from “Next day the ship rounded a headland” to “And your God is a rock — and we know about rock.”
Small Gods from “It was a small mule and Brutha had long legs” to “They were known for it”.
Small Gods from “Anyone could go the the Place of Lamentation” to “Fri’it set out”.
Small Gods from “Fear is strange soil” to “Most gods find it hard to walk and think at the same time”