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by Fred Saberhagen

eBook The First Book of Lost Swords: Woundhealer's Story download ISBN: 031293243X
Author: Fred Saberhagen
Publisher: Tor Books; First Edition edition (October 1, 1986)
Language: English
Pages: 281
ePub: 1888 kb
Fb2: 1737 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Pseudoscience
Subcategory: Fantasy

This is a great book by Fred Saberhagen. The storyline, as the title infers, revolves around Woundhealer, a sword with the power to heal and to transform a person's heart, but The First Book of Lost Swords picks up several years after the Third Book of Swords leaves off.

This is a great book by Fred Saberhagen. It is full of action and suspense. I just started the series and this book made me want to read the rest of the books in the series, and the series before the lost swords. Mark, Ben and Barbara are still featured but tend to play a secondary role to Mark's nephew, Zoltan, and a mysterious old wizard who pops up in the strangest places to aid Zoltan in his travels.

Woundhealer's Story: The First Book of Lost Swords, (Tor Oct. 1986). Volumes 1, 2 & 3 were reprinted in an omnibus version called The Lost Swords: The First Triad, (SFBC/Nelson Doubleday Sep. Sightblinder's Story: The Second Book of Lost Swords, (Tor Nov. 1987). Stonecutter's Story: The Third Book of Lost Swords, (Tor May 1988). 1988); Volumes 4, 5 & 6 were reprinted in a second omnibus version called The Lost Swords: The Second Triad, (Tor/SFBC May 1991); Volumes 7 & 8 were reprinted in a third and final omnibus version called The Lost Swords: Endgame, (SFBC/GuildAmerica Books June 1994). Original Swords anthology.

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The Sixth Book of Lost Swords: Mindsword's Story (Lost Swords, Long ago, the gods forged Twelve Swords of Power and threw them on the gameboard of life for men to scramble over.

The Sixth Book of Lost Swords: Mindsword's Story (Lost Swords, by Fred Saberhagen. Long ago, the gods forged Twelve Swords of Power and threw them on the gameboard of life for men to scramble over. But they forged too well; the Swords could kill the gods themselves. Now the great Mindsword reenters the world of men, bringing others' mind. The Fourth Book of Lost Swords: Farslayer's Story (Lost Swords, by Fred Saberhagen. Long, long ago, the Gods forged Twelve Swords of Power, each with a unique and deadly quality

Fred Saberhagen is widely published in many areas of speculative fiction. However, I recommend reading the three Book of Swords volumes first.

Fred Saberhagen is widely published in many areas of speculative fiction. He is best known for his Berserker, Swords, and Dracula series. Less known are the myth based fantasies Books of the Gods. Fred also authored a number of non-series fantasy and science fiction novels and a great number of short stories. This story doesn't go much into the history of the featured characters or the swords and will be much more enjoyable if you go into it with a basic understanding of both. One person found this helpful.

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The First Book of Lost Swords: Woundhealer's Story. The Second Book of Lost Swords: Sightblinder's Story. The Third Book of Lost Swords: Stonecutter's Story. The Fourth Book of Lost Swords: Farslayer's Story. The Fifth Book of Lost Swords: Coinspinner's Story. The Sixth Book of Lost Swords: Mindsword's Story. The Seventh Book of Lost Swords: Wayfinder's Story. The Last Book of Lost Swords: Shieldbreaker's Story.

Tor. A tom doherty associates book. NOTE: If you purchased this book without a cover you should be aware that this book is stolen property. It was reported as "unsold and destroyed" to the publisher, and neither the author nor the publisher has received any payment for this "stripped book. This is a work of fiction. First mass market printing: January 1988.

Prince Mark of Tasavalta sets out to find the Sword Woundhealer--the only cure for his ill son--but the evil wizard Berslam and Baron Amnitor have other ideas
Comments: (7)
Kikora
I read these books when I was a kid, and just ran across them again. Some people think Saberhagen writes 2 dimensional characters, but
a) his style is very much in line with the time period during which these were written - don't expect this to sound like something from 2016,
b) even given that, I think he gives you good characterization. He writes these well: description of look, personality, facial expressions, backstory, what they're thinking, all the basic stuff. I enjoyed reading these again.
Ucantia
Mark, Ben and Barbara are still featured but tend to play a secondary role to Mark's nephew, Zoltan, and a mysterious old wizard who pops up in the strangest places to aid Zoltan in his travels. A new nemesis, The Master, is introduced and old enemies are reinvented. The storyline, as the title infers, revolves around Woundhealer, a sword with the power to heal and to transform a person's heart, but Shieldbreaker, Dragonslicer and Farslayer also play an important role.

Mark and Kristin's son, Adrian, suffers from blindness and seizures so Mark takes him. Ben, and a small escort of soldiers to a Temple rumored to possess Woundhealer (The Sword of Love) only to find it has been stolen only a short time before they arrive. Meanwhile, Zoltan is lured away from his home by a mysterious girl and captured by an old enemy. Through the aid of an odd wizard, Zoltan finds himself propelled into a quest to aid his Uncle Mark and Cousin Adrian and eventually finds himself in posession of another of the lost swords, Dragonslicer (the Sword of Heroes).

Some of the things I like most about this story are the interesting and magical characters, the quirky godforged swords, and of course the unexpected plot twists which I have left out of this review. However, I recommend reading the three Book of Swords volumes first. This story doesn't go much into the history of the featured characters or the swords and will be much more enjoyable if you go into it with a basic understanding of both.
Adrierdin
This is a solid series with a unique magic system. Very good read.
WOGY
Great series of books. They are an easy read without a gaggle of characters to remember, but still a very compelling series with pretty unique hooks and unexpected twists.

One of my top ten fantasy series!
LivingCross
Having read Saberhagen's Books of Swords many years ago I was not let down by the Lost Sword book. A very easy read and as always well written, I'm looking forward to read more of Fred in the coming Months. I am very greatful for who ever came up with Ebooks, as I have nearly run out of room for hard cover Sci-Fi
Love Me
Good book but still leans heavily on the original series without developing the new characters
Weetont
A great read if you're into Sword & Sorcery Fantasy. Saberhagen's writing is laid back and easy to digest. Woundhealer's story is the best of the lot.
I gave it a 5 star rating because it is still just as good as it was the first time I read it back in junior high school when I read it for the first time.