Corum: The Prince With the Silver Hand (Paperback)
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Corum: The Prince With the Silver Hand (Paperback)

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Paperback 448 Pages / Published: 11/04/2013
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Prince Corum is the last of the Vadhagh, his family and people brutally slain by the Mabden. Vowing to wreak vengeance on the killers, Corum sets out on his terrible quest only to fall in love with a beautiful Mabden woman, and to confront the fury of the Lords of Chaos.

For they fear that he is the hero who could tip the balance in their cataclysmic war with the forces of Law and free his world from Chaos's vicious grip. His epic struggle against them and his ultimate victory is only bought at a considerable price.

Moorcock's evocation of a rich, dark world, a time of magic, phantasms, cities in the sky, oceans of light and wild flying beasts of bronze is one of the pinnacles of modern imaginative literature.

Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
ISBN: 9780575105478
Number of pages: 448
Weight: 360 g
Dimensions: 198 x 130 x 30 mm


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The greatest writer of post-Tolkien British fantasy - Michael Chabon

A triumph of mature talent and imagination - Publishers Weekly

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There are many Michael moorcock books so this is a generic author review really.  I started reading moorcock in the early nineties and whilst I enjoyed a lot of his early books from the sixties and seventies I also... More

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