The Eternal Dungeon by Dusk Peterson
a Turn-of-the-Century Toughs omnibus of historical fantasy novels

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In the Queendom of Yclau lies an underground royal prison that embraces the worst of the past and the best of the future. The Eternal Dungeon is old-fashioned in its equipment and ahead of its time in its treatment of prisoners, seeking to put their best welfare above all else. Torture is part of the process of assisting the prisoners.

The High Seeker, Layle Smith, embodies this contradictory institution: a man of deadly impulses, the head torturer binds himself strictly by the dungeon's code of conduct. His efforts to maintain this delicate balance are altered, though, by the introduction into his life of Elsdon Taylor, a vulnerable prisoner who is coming to terms with his own darkness.

This 440,000-word omnibus contains four novels and a novella in The Eternal Dungeon, a historical fantasy series set in a land where the psychologists wield whips.
 

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Published October 18, 2010 by Love in Dark Settings Press. 1342 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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