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by Dean Morrissey,Fritz Leiber

eBook Swords' Masters (Swords Against Wizardry; The Swords of Lankhmar; Swords and Ice Magic) download ISBN: 0739442058
Author: Dean Morrissey,Fritz Leiber
Publisher: GuildAmerica / Book Club; 1st thus edition (1990)
Language: English
Pages: 536
ePub: 1281 kb
Fb2: 1402 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Pseudoscience
Subcategory: Fantasy

Those three stories are: Swords Against Wizardry, The Swords of Lankhmar, and Swords and .

Those three stories are: Swords Against Wizardry, The Swords of Lankhmar, and Swords and Ice Magic. Each one is wonderful. Whether at home in the city of Lankhmar or trekking far afield in the lands of Nehwon, Fafhrd and the Mouser never fail to find themselves right in the middle of whatever supernatural mischief the gods may throw at them. In this collection, the pair encounter a kingdom of intelligent civilized rats, a race of invisible humans, a subterenean nation of wizards, Norse gods from Earth,. and even Death himself.

Swords Against Wizardry is a fantasy short story collection, first published 1968, by Fritz Leiber and Harry Fischer, featuring their sword and sorcery heroes Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser. Fischer's contribution was limited to ten thousand words of The Lords of Quarmall.

Swords against Wizardry The usual collection of loosely-related stories As with the first three books, these are gloriously pulpy fantasy schlock.

Swords against Wizardry The usual collection of loosely-related stories. Still supremely enjoyable to read for mindless entertainment. Swords of Lankhmar This one was a fully-realized, coherent, book-le This is a collection of books 4, 5, and 6 of the saga of Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser. As with the first three books, these are gloriously pulpy fantasy schlock. It still isn't high art, but it's classic, and these stories have influenced many writers today. Here are my thoughts on the individual books: Swords against Wizardry The usual collection of loosely-related stories.

The Swords of Lankhmar is a fantasy novel, first published 1968, by Fritz Leiber, featuring his sword and sorcery heroes Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser. The book is an expansion of Leiber's earlier novella "Scylla's Daughter", which was published originally in the magazine Fantastic Stories of Imagination for May 1961.

Читать онлайн Swords and Ice Magic. Swords and Ice Magic. I: The Sadness of the Executioner. After the fleetingest glance southwest toward the vast, dawn-pink city of Lankhmar, to reassure himself that Fafhrd and the Mouser still occupied a rickety penthouse atop an inn which catered to the poorer sort of merchants and faced on Wall Street near the Marsh Gate, Death looked back at the late Lithquil's slaughter pen.

Книга Swords Against Wizardry автора Лейбер Фриц Ройтер оценена посетителями КнигоГид, и её. .III: The Two Best Thieves in Lankhmar. IV: The Lords of Quarmall. Swords Against Wizardry.

Онлайн библиотека КнигоГид непременно порадует читателей текстами иностранных и российских писателей, а также гигантским выбором классических и современных произведений.

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The Swords of Lankhmar. Swords Against Wizardry is a fantasy short story collection, first published 1968, by Fritz Leiber and Harry Fischer, featuring their sword and sorcery heroes Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser.

In Swords Against Wizardry the duo consult a witch regarding an upcoming . Swords and Ice Magic is a fantasy short story collection, first published 1977, by American writer Fritz Leiber, featuring his sword and sorcery heroes Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser.

Book Club / GuildAmerica, 1990, Hardcover with dustjacket. Omnibus collection of the 4th, 5th, and 6th title in the "Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser" series: Swords Against Wizardry (1968); The Swords of Lankhmar (1968) and Swords and Ice Magic (1968). Many facets of "Game of Thrones" can trace their origins to Leiber's series.
Comments: (7)
ChallengeMine
This is the definitive Sword and Sorcery!!! Eat your heart out Tolkien...
Ballagar
So good to have this back in my library. Continues from The Three of Swords compilation and doesn't disappoint.
Steel balls
Those who haven't read Leiber need to see where modern sword and sorcerey was in it's earlier days. I love those characters.
MEGA FREEDY
I first found out about this series through the excellent comic adaptations by Mike Mignola about 25 years ago, which I only bought because of the striking cover. Until recently, finding actual print editions of these books was dicey at best. Luckily I came across this volume in a used book store, which pulls together books four through six of the Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser series. Those three stories are: Swords Against Wizardry, The Swords of Lankhmar, and Swords and Ice Magic. Each one is wonderful.

Being a big fan of classic Conan stories I was right at home here, In fact, I think good old Fafhrd and the Mouser may be easier traveling companions than the cantankerous barbarian. I must say that the comic version, which is superb, can’t compare with the actual book. This series should be as famous as Conan or Robin Hood, a true classic and very enjoyable.
Mr_NiCkNaMe
The adventure continues for Fafhrd and Grey Mouser...

...Even MORE brawling, rowdy bouts of drinking, and indulgence in all manner of wenches! In this series of tales, the wayward pair find plenty of excitement, great deeds of arms, and hoardes of loot. Whether at home in the city of Lankhmar or trekking far afield in the lands of Nehwon, Fafhrd and the Mouser never fail to find themselves right in the middle of whatever supernatural mischief the gods may throw at them.

In this collection, the pair encounter a kingdom of intelligent civilized rats, a race of invisible humans, a subterenean nation of wizards, Norse gods from Earth, ...and even Death himself.

This collection features the last tale, ...in which a middle-aged Fafhrd and Grey Mouser go to the assistance of an island people menaced by a massive barbarian invasion fleet. Here they have the aid of none other than the Norse gods, Odin and Loki...
Prorahun
I had finished Books 1-3 in The Three Swords years ago. I finally found this completion of this series on Amazon, Books 4-7. Always loved these stories by Fritz Leiber about Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser.
Gom
Classic sword and sorcery by a true master. A big inspiration for many current authors today. Buy them all now.