The Mask of Ollock
""A tale is told of days long gone/ Of foul deeds unfolding 'fore horrified eyes,"" begins Robert F. Kauffman's fantasy in octet form, The Mask of Ollock. The titular Crown Prince, who has declared war on neighboring lands, is aided by a golden mask enchanted by his father, Olgo; Ollack seems invincible, but the wizard Kaja and his faithful servant, Limrod, vow to defy him to the end. Illus. by the author.