|Gods of Bal-Sagoth, the (1979) [Collection]|
by Robert E. Howard
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(From the publisher):
Robert E. Howard. Genius of fantasy, master of the occult, creator of powerful heroes and heroic ages. Readers who have devoured the Conan saga have only begun to sample the wonders of the world's greatest writer of fantasy-adventure. Here, together for the first time, are stories that show the full spectrum of the genius of Robert E. Howard:
...Shipwrecked on a mysterious island, two sailors find traces of a lost civilization - and memories of their own impossible part in it!
...The "last words" of an operatic tenor bring the music of hell to the man who destroyed him.
...Turlogh O'Brien, mighty Gaelic warrior who serves no master but gold and blood, battles for a kingdom against the fearful ancient gods of Bal-Sagoth.
All together for the first time in "The Gods of Bal-Sagoth.
- The Gods of Bal-Sagoth
- Casonetto's Last Song
- King of the Forgotten People
- Usurp the Night
- The Curse of the Golden Skull
- The Shadow of the Beast
- Nekht Semerkeht (with Andrew J. Offutt)
- Restless Waters
- The Isle of the Eons (Unfinished Draft)
- Afterword by Glenn Lord
Original title: The Gods of Bal-Sagoth
Genre: Fiction→ Fantasy→ Sword and Sorcery
Fiction→ Fantasy→ Dark Fantasy
The following works are contained within this one:
Curse of the Golden Skull, the (1967) [Short Story]
Author: Robert E. Howard