|Bran Mak Morn (1969) [Collection]|
by Robert E. Howard
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(From the publisher):
The most glorious triumph of the same vivid imagination that created the mighty Conan!
Bran Mak Morn is a savage and indomitable warrior of the dawn. His is the world of strange dark gods, elder sorcery, blood and fire and sudden death. And his saga is a thundering epic of war and conquest - wherein the cunning and ferocity of his people, the mysterious and ancient Picts, are flung up against the iron legions of Imperial Rome in a struggle to the death. In these rare tales, Robert E. Howard left a legacy of thrilling adventure worthy of the creator of Conan.
- Foreword by Robert E. Howard
- The Lost Race
- Men of the Shadows
- Kings of the Night
- A Song of the Race (poem)
- Worms of the Earth
- Untitled Fragment
- The Night of the Wolf
- The Dark Man
Original title: Bran Mak Morn
Alternative titles: Worms of the Earth
Genre: Fiction→ Fantasy→ Sword and Sorcery
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