Dilvish, the Damned ePub download
by Roger Zelazny
- ISBN: 0345334175
- ISBN13: 978-0345334176
- ePub: 1392 kb | FB2: 1120 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Fantasy
- Publisher: Del Rey (October 12, 1985)
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 151
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WHEN Dilvish the Damned came down from Portaroy they tried to stop him at Qaran, and again at Tugado, then again at Maestar, Mycar, and Bildesh.
WHEN Dilvish the Damned came down from Portaroy they tried to stop him at Qaran, and again at Tugado, then again at Maestar, Mycar, and Bildesh. Five horsemen had waited for him along the route to Dilfar; and when one flagged, a new rider with a fresh horse would replace him. But none could keep the pace of Black, the horse out of steel, for whom it was said the Colonel of the East had bartered a part of his soul. A day and a night had he ridden, to outpace the advancing armies of Lylish, Colonel of the West, for his own men lay stiff and clotted on the rolling fields of Portaroy.
Dilvish, the Damned is a collection of fantasy stories by American writer Roger Zelazny, first published in 1982. Its contents were originally published as a series of separate short stories in various fantasy magazines. Prior to publication, Zelazny's working title for the. Prior to publication, Zelazny's working title for the book was Nine Black Doves. The working title was later re-used for the fifth volume of The Collected Short Stories of Roger Zelazny collection, as a tribute to Dilvish
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Dilvish, the Damned book. As I mentioned above I consider Roger Zelazny to be one of the greatest speculative fiction writers ever to grace us with their works. This collection is not quite on the level with his best writings, but it is still worth reading provided you can find a copy of this hard-to-find book, especially if you are a fan of sword and sorcery genre.
Dilvish, the Damned Mass Market Paperback – October 12, 1982
Dilvish, the Damned Mass Market Paperback – October 12, 1982. by. Roger Zelazny (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. For those of us who have read and re-read the Amber stories, Lord of Light, Doorways in the Sand, Isle of the Dead, and Roger Zelazny's other masterpieces, this light collection of fantasy stories comes as a welcome stopgap. Written in much the same frame of reference as the Amber series, "Dilvish, the Damned" is a set of 11 separate tales about Dilvish, a master swordsman reputedly of Elfish blood, who has escaped from Hell and rides a magical steel horse called Black.
Used availability for Roger Zelazny's Dilvish the Damned
Used availability for Roger Zelazny's Dilvish the Damned. November 1993 : USA Mass Market Paperback.
Chronicles of Amber - Roger Zelazny (2). Dilvish the Damned - Roger Zelazny (2). A Night in the Lonesome October - Roger Zelazny (1). Lord of Light - Roger Zelazny (1). Lord Demon - Roger Zelazny & Jane Lindskold (1). Include Characters. Snuff (Night in the Lonesome October) (1). Merlin (Chronicles of Amber) (1). Luke Rinaldo (Chronicles of Amber) (1).
Dilvish, the Damned is a collection of fantasy stories by American writer . The working title was later re-used for the fifth volume of The Collected Short Stories of Roger Zelazny collection, as a tribute to Dilvish. The storyline begun in this collection was resolved in the novel The Changing Land, which was published before the other Dilvish stories. Dilvish, the Damned - est un roman de fantasy écrit par Roger Zelazny paru en 1982.
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