Black Gods And Scarlet Dreams - C. L. Moore Reviews
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C.L. Moore Black Gods And Scarlet Dreams (Fantasy Masterworks)
Pages: 448, Edition: New ed., Paperback, Gollancz
Last Update 18.06.2013 03:58
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by - written on 20/10/10, updated on 20/10/10 (Very useful, 71 readings)
The Lady of Joiry is the most fearsome warrior of her time: brave, fearless, and willing to die for her men - or to descend into the depths of hell to find a fitting vengeance for anyone who dares try to overthrow her city. On the other side of time and space, Northwest Smith is a space cowboy. Travelling between the cultures of the three main planets (Earth, Mars and Venus) he treads a line just the wrong side of the law, accepting any challenge that's likely to pay for his next bottle of whisky. I'm slowly working my way through the Masterworks series - both sci-fi and fantasy - produced by Orion for the new millennium (so yes, I'm a bit ... Read the complete review
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