Bhagavati by Kara Dalkey
(Blood of the Goddess/Kara Dalkey, 3)

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A young English apothecary's apprentice, sent to collect rare herbs in Africa and India, is shipwrecked off a Portuguese colony and captured by forces of the Inquisition. He saves his life (temporarily, at least) by pretending to know the source of a mysterious powder that can restore life to the dead.
 

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Kara Dalkey is the author of several fantasy books, incl Kara Dalkey is the author of several fantasy books, incl Kara Dalkey is the author of several fantasy books, including "Little Sister, The Nightingale, " and "Blood of the Guding "Little Sister, The Nightingale, " and "Blood of the Guding "Little Sister, The Nightingale, " and "Blood of the Goddess" series. She lives in Gunnison, CO. oddess" series. She lives in Gunnison, CO. oddess" series. She lives in Gunnison, CO.
 
Published June 1, 1998 by Tor Books. 382 pages
Genres: History, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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This time, Thomas and his companions approach a mythical city hidden inside a mountain where, ultimately, Thomas will encounter immortal beings from Greek myth: the deadly sisters of the slain Medusa.

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Thomas is trying to revive his dead Hindu ladylove, Aditi, by bringing her to the source of the miraculous potion rasa mahadevi (literally, the ""blood of the goddess"").

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