❮Epub❯ ❧ The Savage Tales of Solomon Kane Author Robert E. Howard – Uroturk.info

The Savage Tales of Solomon Kane With Conan The Cimmerian, Robert E Howard Created Than The Greatest Action Hero Of The Twentieth Century He Also Launched A Genre That Came To Be Known As Sword And Sorcery But Conan Wasn T The First Archetypal Adventurer To Spring From Howard S Fertile ImaginationHe Was A Strange Blending Of Puritan And Cavalier, With A Touch Of The Ancient Philosopher, And Than A Touch Of The Pagan A Hunger In His Soul Drove Him On And On, An Urge To Right All Wrongs, Protect All Weaker Things Wayward And Restless As The Wind, He Was Consistent In Only One Respect He Was True To His Ideals Of Justice And Right Such Was Solomon Kane Collected In This Volume, Lavishly Illustrated By Award Winning Artist Gary Gianni, Are All Of The Stories And Poems That Make Up The Thrilling Saga Of The Dour And Deadly Puritan, Solomon Kane Together They Constitute A Sprawling Epic Of Weird Fantasy Adventure That Stretches From Sixteenth Century England To Remote African Jungles Where No White Man Has Set Foot Here Are Shudder Inducing Tales Of Vengeful Ghosts And Bloodthirsty Demons, Of Dark Sorceries Wielded By Evil Men And Women, All Opposed By A Grim Avenger Armed With A Fanatic S Faith And A Warrior S Savage Heart This Edition Also Features Exclusive Story Fragments, A Biography Of Howard By Scholar Rusty Burke, And In Memoriam, H P Lovecraft S Moving Tribute To His Friend And Fellow Literary Genius


About the Author: Robert E. Howard

Robert Ervin Howard was an American pulp writer of fantasy, horror, historical adventure, boxing, western, and detective fiction Howard wrote over three hundred stories and seven hundred poems of raw power and unbridled emotion and is especially noted for his memorable depictions of a sombre universe of swashbuckling adventure and darkling horror He is well known for having created in the p



10 thoughts on “The Savage Tales of Solomon Kane

  1. says:

    The moon began to rise, lean and haggard, like a skull among the stars.In the very first few pages of reading this, I was reminded again of just how electrifying a writer Howard was I can t help but wonder what a legacy he would have amassed by now, had circumstances been different Howard passed away at the age of 30 the first Solomon Kane story was published when he was aro


  2. says:

    I d like to have been able to give this 5 stars but for various reasons I can only go 4 I first read this book in spurts some years ago The stories and the character I ve known for many ears Having discovered Conan back in the dark ages of my youth I spent time searching out many of REH s works Back in the late 60s and 70s there were many reprints and collections of stories based on H


  3. says:

    Na Fnac h uma sec o que se chama Romance no Feminino , mas n o h a sec o de Romance no Masculino Est mal Pois se houvesse, o Salom o Kane estaria l , e eu analis lo ia mais atentamente antes de o trazer para casa.N o gosto de romances s com beijinhos mas, tamb m n o gosto de romances sem beijinhos e este Salom o, estranha mistura de Puritano e Cavaleiro dedica se apenas a mante


  4. says:

    The dark hero Solomon Kane leads us into the world of ancient secrets and the monsters that live in the jungles of Africa With his loyal pistol, rapier and Ju Ju staff opposes the vampire queen, damned creatures, evil men, and evil that is hiding in the old cities and ruins Always on the side of good, he helps those that attack these dark forces, although it often is in perilous situation


  5. says:

    Aug 4, 2014Best known as the creator of Conan the barbarian, pulp era giant Robert E Howard enriched literature with several other memorable series characters, including Kull, Bran Mak Morn, Dark Agnes de la Ferre and Solomon Kane This volume collects REH s entire Kane corpus nine short stories, three narrative poems one of which exists in two variant forms, both of which are included here


  6. says:

    He was a strange blending of Puritan and Cavalier, with a touch of the ancient philosopher, and than a touch of the pagan A hunger in his soul drove him on and on, an urge to right all wrongs, protect all weaker things Wayward and restless as the wind, he was consistent in only one respect he was true to his ideals of justice and right Such was Solomon Kane Such was Solomon Kane, indeed.This


  7. says:

    I ve been reading Robert E Howard s Conan for 30 years now I remember and still have the Science Fiction Book Club editions edited by the late Karl Wagner and I think any consideration of the best fantasy writing has to include Beyond the Black River and A Witch Shall Be Born, at the very least, but I was never much interested in reading any of the non Conan stories Howard wrote I was always in


  8. says:

    La sombra del buitre vale, por s solo, la pena.


  9. says:

    Since I ve read half of this before as Skull in the Stars, I ll only be reviewing the complete stories I ve yet to read, no fragments.Hills of the Dead Solomon Kane and N Longa go up against a group of vampires in some remote hills Carnage ensues.It s been a couple years since I read one of the Solomon Kane stories Howard s Puritan adventurer is quite a bit different from Conan but still quite good


  10. says:

    Standard Howardian disclaimer first Robert E Howard was living in a small town in Texas in the 1920s 30s and writing, very quickly, for pulp magazines, so his stories sometimes feature suboptimal portrayals of people of other races ethnic backgrounds, and ditto portrayals of women if any.Which, given that Solomon Kane is a Puritan adventurer circa 1600 AD, wouldn t seem like it would be an issue, but


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