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Lisa (Harmony)
Lisa (Harmony) rated it 6 years ago
This book was on the "Seven-League Shelf"--a list of the "cream" of fantasy literature in A Reader's Guide to Fantasy. Originally published in 1924, the style feels antique, and the romance beyond antiquated. That style... well, we're definitely talking about the color purple--mind you, that sometim...
The Bittern
The Bittern rated it 6 years ago
I'll definitely be checking out more Harlan Ellison!Paladin of the Lost Hour - Harlan Ellison ★★★★★The Man Who Painted the Dragon Griaule - Lucius Shepard ★★★★½Audience - Jack Womack ★★★★½Nets of Silver and Gold - James P. Blaylock ★★★★The Phantasma of Q_______ - Lisa Goldstein ★★★★Lady of the Skull...
Konnici na Liriite - Chevalier Du Lys
A Merrit sure knows how to write. It's no wonder Lovecraft style is so alike this writer. Remarkable. Made almost 90 years ago it's like reading a Lovecraft story. Horror. Pure Pulp Horror.People of the PitYukon, Canada. The vagueness of the place is deliberate enough to make you think the place mig...
Douglas Smith | Writer
Douglas Smith | Writer rated it 8 years ago
Started out quite fun, but devolved into being predictable with a very irritating narrator / protagonist who insisted on not believing events even when he participated in them. Still fun.
Dantastic Book Reviews
Dantastic Book Reviews rated it 10 years ago
John Kenton, WWI vet and archaeologist, gets a stone block from Babylon from a friend. Unbeknownst to both, the block contains the model of golden ship. Soon, Kenton finds himself transported to the ship the model represents, sailing the seas of an alien world and taking part in the agless battle ...
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