Elric at the End of Time
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: May 7th 1985
Pages no: 221
Edition language: English
Series: The Elric Saga (#7)
A collection of essays from Moorcock's time on various magazines, as well as the titular Elric short story.This is so-so at best. There are a set of stories about Sojan Shieldbreaker (kind of a Conan/John Carter hybrid) and finally an odd one-off, which is possibly trying to be ironic or humorous, b...
I'm a big fan of Michael Moorcock, but not a big fan of this book. Most of the pieces in here are immature, either in terms of when they were written in Moorcock's career, or in terms of tone. The title story is written as a mockery of the character Elric, and is interesting in terms of bringing tog...
Moorcock mashes up two of his least compatible fictions, Elric the grim demon-haunted albino warrior with the sheer frivolous chaos of his End of Time series. It all goes quite swimmingly until Elric starts to suspect that the Lords of Chaos are having him on.