Birth date: December 24, 1910
Died: September 05, 1992
Fritz Leiber's Books
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In brief, the novel involves a small-town college professor who discovers that his wife is a practicing witch. A man of unshakable reason, he forces his devoted spouse to do away with all her charms and anything associated with witchcraft. Ever obedient, her purge has results that are entirely unexp...
Good selection of Fafhrd & Grey Mouser stories. No real surprises (you know they will come out on top despite whatever dangers they're facing).Sees them getting involved with Ningauble of the Seven Eyes and Sheelba the Faceless, more as a way to throw them into the next adventure.
Not any too deep, the characters barely defined, and the word usage sometimes making me wonder if English was Leiber's second language. But perhaps entertaining enough.The book is made up of three parts: one apiece for the previous history of both characters, and the final one in which they meet. Bu...
One of the best cat stories ever written. I recommend reading it before reading much about it. Available http://faculty.uca.edu/rnovy/Leiber--SpaceTime%20for%20Springers.htmYou're welcome
I can see where this one would be (and should be) considered a classic. It’s hard to believe it was penned in 1943 as it stands up extremely well. You can see the influence Fritz Leiber has had on many of today’s modern horror authors. Well done. 3.5+ Stars