|Publisher:||Tom Doherty Assoc Llc; First Edition edition (August 1, 1995)|
|Category:||Fantasy and Science Fiction|
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Conan and the Gods of the Mountain by Roland Green. The mist often swirling about the heights aided the deception, giving the cleft the air of a place uncanny and unwholesome, where things a sane man would shun might lurk in wait
Conan and the Gods of the Mountain by Roland Green. Conan and the Treasure of Python by John Maddox Roberts. Conan, Scourge of the Bloody Coast by Leonard Carpenter. Conan and the Manhunters by John Maddox Roberts. Conan at the Demon's Gate by Roland Green. The mist often swirling about the heights aided the deception, giving the cleft the air of a place uncanny and unwholesome, where things a sane man would shun might lurk in wait. Often the wind rose, driving away the mist, but raising a howling as of demons and lost souls as it whipped around the rocks. The wind-cry likewise kept travelers from being too curious about the valley.
Author: Roland Green. Publisher: Tor, 0101.
Conan and The Mists of Doom. Author: Roland Green.
Conan and the Mists of Doom is a fantasy novel written by Roland Green featuring Robert E. Howard's sword and sorcery hero Conan the Barbarian. It was first published in paperback by Tor Books in August 1995. After Conan's time spent with the Afghulis begins to sour, he leads a band of tribesmen away from the Afghuli mountains and towards Koth.
The Mists of Doom and the sorceress are dangerous and scary and it takes forever to get anywhere close to them. Conan tells far too many jokes and continuously threatens to kill his closest friends. He has written as Roland Green and Roland J. Green; and had 28 books in the Richard Blade series published under the pen name 'Jeffrey Lord'. Other books in the series. Adventures of Conan (1 - 10 of 39 books). Books by Roland J. Green
71-Conan & the Mists of Doom.
71-Conan & the Mists of Doom. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate. Roland Green lacks flare for a good turn of phrase. His writing ends up rather dry and stiff. Here's a sample: "That was one of the rules of wise leadership that held true for all men, white, black, yellow, brown, or green with purple stripes if there were any such!"
Conan and the Mists of Doom. Here's a sample: "That was one of the rules of wise leadership that held true for all men, white, black, yellow, brown, or green with purple stripes if there were any such!" Well, the cliche aside, you can see that Green doesn't reach for superlative use of metaphor. Green does write a less racist tale of Conan's interaction among the tribes of the Black Kingdom than most other authors, which is a pleasant experience. There are some major structural problems here, though.
Conan the Cimmerian must venture into the nightmare world of the dead to retrieve the Silver Lotus, a powerful weapon that can undo the the dreaded incantation that holds the city of Queen Rufia under the spell of the undead witch Zeriti. ISBN13:9780812524949.
In the Ibar Mountains the necromancer Eremius is raising a demon-spawned army, using in of the fabled Jewels of Kurag. Conan and The Mists of Doom. Snared in the court intrigues of Aghrapur, trapped by Lord Misrak, the King's deadly master of spies, Conan of Cimmeria must ride to comfort Ermius, accompanies against his will by the sorceress Illyanan. But Illyana herself carries the second Jewel, and whoever possesses both will gain power to challenge the gods. Deep in the Khezankian Mountains, ancient and evil magic is at work, in the hands of a twisted sorceress who calls herself the Lady of the Mists.