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  • Title: The Sword and the Stallion
  • Author: Michael Moorcock
  • ISBN: 9780425093917
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Paperback
  • THE LAST BATTLEEnemies become allies and allies enemies as the races struggle for possession of the Earth Yet only Prince Corum of the Scarlet Robe can save them from a doomed fate With the spear of Llaw Ereint in his silver hand, Corum must face the Cold Gods in a final battle that will defeat the forces of Chaos or deliver the world to evil unendingCover IllustratTHE LAST BATTLEEnemies become allies and allies enemies as the races struggle for possession of the Earth Yet only Prince Corum of the Scarlet Robe can save them from a doomed fate With the spear of Llaw Ereint in his silver hand, Corum must face the Cold Gods in a final battle that will defeat the forces of Chaos or deliver the world to evil unendingCover Illustration Robert Gould
    The Sword and the Stallion THE LAST BATTLEEnemies become allies and allies enemies as the races struggle for possession of the Earth Yet only Prince Corum of the Scarlet Robe can save them from a doomed fate With the spear of L

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    1. Although the second volume The Oak and the Ram was only mediocre, this third and concluding volume than makes up for it Moorcock does a clever job of exciting genre expectations, deliberately disappointing them, and then satisfying you in spite of your disappointment by lavishing upon you unexpected, unusual adventures For example, he prepares you for a grand battle in the Tolkien tradition to save Mabden civilization from the alien Fhoi Myore, complete with a Homeric catalogue of colorfully na [...]

    2. I read this series in high school, and could not bypass this hardcover edition Perhaps a re read is due soon.

    3. The conclusion of the second Corum trilogy and the last Corum novel it is as always well written and will I believe draw you in.The Prince of the Scarlett Robe can save them His old enemies his new allies, but are they allies Even though they depend on him, they need him, are they his allies Having been mislead his former allies don t know Corum or don t think they do Entrapped and battling will Corum have any place to turn I think you ll see the end coming here but it s, as a story constructed [...]

    4. Ah, the world was ever so How sad are heroes when their tasks are done This is probably true of all of Moorcock s heroes and all the incarnations of the Eternal Champion, but certainly true of Corum Jhaelen Irsei This volume brings to a close the high romance epic of the Prince with the Silver Hand and it is sad, and tragic And like the Celtic fables and lore that inspired the tales of Corum, this is another story of loss, pain, despair, victory and sadness like only Michael Moorcock can deliver [...]

    5. Prince Corum is once again involved in the battles between good and evil and gods and man He sets off in search of a magic sword that can be used by only one man and will make use of a stallion that only he can ride.

    6. The first set of the Eternal Champion books I read Very interesting, very tortured main character Great fantasy set Highly recommended.

    7. openbooksociety article thThe Sword and the StallionChronicles of Corum, Book 6Michael MoorcockISBN 9781783291755Brought to you by OBS Reviewer ScottReview It s with joyous pleasure that we see the Chronicles of Corum re released once again The Prince with the Silver Hand is specifically where this book fits in vis a vis Corum which comprises the first three books in this series The swansong of this beautiful Celtic piece of drama, high intrigue, and Moorcock s trademark dichotomy between the na [...]

    8. Originally published on my blog here in August 2000.The second trilogy of Corum novels ends on a distinctly bitter note The Sword and the Stallion is sombre throughout, and almost amounts to a campaign against the idea of the hero, particularly against the concept of the Eternal Champion so important in Moorcock s work This trilogy is particularly influenced by Irish mythology, which seems to have a ambivalent attitude to heroism than that of many cultures.Continuing his seemingly hopeless stru [...]

    9. And so ends the six volume history of Corum Like all the others in the series, this books seesaws between almost successfully concealed laxity of imagination and passages of delightful visual intensity and weirdness The characters tumble through sometimes hallucinatory and sometimes mundane landscapes and situations, enacting grand patterns that are just unpredictable enough to keep me reading, and just familiar enough to comfort and sometimes bore me.Moorcock is a virtuoso, and these sword and [...]

    10. I don t find the quest for the Malibann to be quite as Celtic feeling as some of the earlier stories in this second trilogy, but this is still a fair ending to Corum s second trilogy Where it excels, however, is in the last chapter which not only pays out the prophecies of the entire trilogy but also creates one of the most shocking and memorable endings in fantasy fiction.

    11. Very fun read of another great adventure featuring Corum He has to help defeat an ancient enemy before they overrun the world and turn it into a lump of ice, but first he must find allies and magical items to help him along the way

    12. I m sure it would have helped having read the other books in this series I guess this wasn t particularly memorable.

    13. More great stuff from Michael Moorcock The end of the Corum cycle and its reimagining of Celtic mythology in the worlds of the Eternal Champion

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