The Road of Kings (Conan novel) (1979). Karl Edward Wagner, "The Once and Future Kane" in Wagner, Midnight Sun", San Francisco: Night Shade Books, 2003, pp 431-37.
The Road of Kings (Conan novel) (1979). Kramer, Edward and Richard Gilliam (ed). Michael Moorcock's Elric: Tales of the White Wolf.
Conan squinted toward the gibbet, a black line against the climbing sun, seven coils of hemp trailing like sooty cobweb from the span overhead.
Conan the road of kings, . Conan: The Road of Kings, . Conan squinted toward the gibbet, a black line against the climbing sun, seven coils of hemp trailing like sooty cobweb from the span overhead. To his nostrils came the acrid sweetness of carrion-wafted from the rotting corpses of last week’s condemned criminals, left to swing above the scaffold until seven new partners were brought to dance with death.
Conan Adventures by Tor Books. As Conan flung himself past the stone warrior, the creature pivoted from the edge of the parapet to face the Cimmerian once again. As it raised its blade and started forward, leathery sails detached themselves from the darkness and flapped full into the demon’s face. Other author's books: Conan: Road of Kings.
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Karl Edward Wagner is one of the most talented of the younger fantasy writers, and best known for his heroic fantasy saga of the mystical swordsman Kane. Born in 1945, he maintains a deep interest in and knowledge of fiction from the pulp era. Prior to becoming a full-time writer, Wagner was a practicing psychiatrist and . He lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, with his wife, Barbara. Библиографические данные. Conan: Road of Kings.
Conan book In that, Conan: Road of Kings is perhaps the epitome of the Conan saga to date-and most like what Howard himself might have penned given that.
Within some circles, author Karl Edward Wagner is considered not just an amazing fantasy and horror author, but one of the best of all time. His short life left us with a small but powerful body of work, most notably the creation of his character, Kane, in the book, "Darkness Weaves", among others. In that, Conan: Road of Kings is perhaps the epitome of the Conan saga to date-and most like what Howard himself might have penned given that mortality wasn't an issue to a writer's career.
Karl Edward Wagner has done a masterful job at creating another fantastic adventure for Conan and the reader. He is a welcome addition to the ranks of Conan authors. There is no shortage of action and intrigue in this Conan novel. Written in the late 1970s, "Conan: The Road of Kings" is a good novel, the best of all the many Conan "pastiches" or, continuing stories by another writer other than the creator, that came out between the 1950s and 1990s. Although Karl Edward Wagner was an outstanding writer of fantasy and horror - his "Kane" novels are quite entertaining - his Conan is not quite the same as Robert E. Howard's.
Conan: The Road of Kings (also called simply The Road of Kings is a Conan novel by Karl Edward Wagner first published by Bantam Books in October, 1979.
In the days of old Kordava, the avenue had borne another name-now forgotten-and had been a wide, straight passage between proud buildings.
In the days of old Kordava, the avenue had borne another name-now forgotten-and had been a wide, straight passage between proud buildings s two carts abreast-Eel Street offered Korst his best point of assault, and, as his advance faltered elsewhere, the king’s general concentrated his attack here. A familiar voice hailed him from a group of wounded. You’re a welcome sight! Santiddio said you’d gone fishing. Carico was trying a dirty bandage about one massive thigh.
The Road of Kings is a fantasy novel by Karl Edward Wagner, featuring Robert E. Howard's sword and sorcery hero Conan the Barbarian. It was first published in paperback by Bantam Books in October 1979.