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Die See des Schicksals (Elric, #2) - Michael Moorcock, Thomas Schlück
Die See des Schicksals (Elric, #2)
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ISBN: 9783453305717 (345330571X)
Publisher: Heyne
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: The Elric Saga (#2)
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4.0 The Sailor on the Seas of Fate
Three stories featuring Elric, last prince of Melnibone.A mysterious ship connects him with three other people who are their plane's incarnation of the Eternal Champion in order to stop a threat to the whole universe.Then he meets an ancestor believed to have been long dead before discovering the or...
Lisa (Harmony)
Lisa (Harmony) rated it
3.0 The Sailor of the Seas of Fate (Elric Series)
This is the second book in the "Elric Saga" and to date I'm underwhelmed. These are supposed to be among the greatest works of fantasy ever published. I can't say I think this matches Lord of the Ring or Game of Thrones or Once and Future King or The Gormenghast Trilogy in terms of prose, characters...
Philosophical Musings of a Book Nerd
Philosophical Musings of a Book Nerd rated it
4.0 Elric Goes to Explore the World
This is the second of the Elric books, and like the first, is crafted by using a collection of short stories (four I believe). Elric, or at least the early Elric books, because once the Elric saga became a runaway success Moorcock began to simply write, what I consider at least, rubbish simply to ca...
deadwish rated it
Review completa en mi blog:http://drdeadwish.blogspot.com.ar/2012/12/marinero-de-los-mares-del-destino.htmlMejor que el anterior, pero no llega a ser gran cosa. Son ideas muy buenas, personajes interesantes, pero falta desarrollo. Todo pasa muy rápido y por eso mismo parece fácil.También hay un prob...
sologdin rated it
Reminds me of the comic book publishers' "cross-over" events, where they put Spiderman into Hulk's book for a couple months, to increase the readership of each title. It can generate some nifty stories, but it should be immediately suspect as marketing-driven rather than aesthetically-driven, a pre...
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