Conan (17 Stories)
by Robert E. Howard
Publisher: Mille Tre Verlag 2009
Robert E. Howard's fantasy stories are classics, and among the fantasy heroes Howard has created, Conan is by far the most popular. Much of Conan's popularity, though, comes from movie adaptations, comic books and pastiches -- derivative works that rarely do justice to Howard's unique inventiveness, his keen assimilation of influences from writers such as Edgar Rice Burroughs or Henry Rider Haggard back to Herodotus, and his bold, fast-paced, and expressive literary style.
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by C.L. Bevill - Smashwords
Anna always wondered who she was; an orphan or abandoned child. As she travels to New Orleans she quickly realizes that the dreams she's had of a strangely attractive man are very real and that he has a strong psychic connection to her.
by Christopher Ames - maybeepic.com
With a worsening shortage of food and threats of war from a rival tribe, the survival of the Stone Axe clan must come before others. Faced with dirty tactics desperate measures have become commonplace, and drawing the line long forgotten.
by Dawn Harshaw - dawnharshaw.com
This is a hard-fantasy novel, meaning the focus is on how magic works and why. Eric, a young boy, had enough of nightmares ruining his dreams. Determined to grow stronger, he tackles magical disciplines one at a time, and stares down his fears.
by Nick Mamatas - Prime Books
In this tour de force, which is Mamatas' first novel, the Beats meet the elder gods of H.P. Lovecraft, and a harrowing time is had by all. It's the early sixties, and Jack Kerouac is hiding from his public, enjoying the company of a Hindu deity...