In a meteoric career that covered only a dozen years, Robert E. Howard defined the sword and sorcery genre. In doing so, he brought to life the archetypal adventurer known to millions around the world as Conan the barbarian.
This collection features Howard at his finest and Conan at his most savage. Truly heroic fantasy at its best, this volume contains "The Servants of Bit-Yakin," "Beyond the Black River," "The Black Stranger," "The Man-Eaters of Zamboula," and "Red Nails," which is perhaps Conan's most famous adventure.
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by Robert E. Howard
by Matt Myklusch
by Robert Whitlow
by Wanda E. Brunstetter
by Danielle Steel
by Howard Sounes
by Tracie Howard
by Howard Jacobson
by Howard Gordon
by Nancy Krulik
"Todd McLaren tells these five stories of Conan as if he has told them many times before. He keeps the action sequences moving forward at a strong pace and the battle scenes, of which there are many, fresh and intense. But Conan isn't just a one-dimensional brute who goes from battle to battle. McLaren's presentation of the complexities of his character makes him believable as an adventurer who has wide experience. A biographical narrative about Howard and notes on the individual stories may be of special interest to listeners who are new to the Conan tales. J.E.M. (c) AudioFile 2010, Portland, Maine"
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