To celebrate its 60th anniversary, Saga Press will publish a three-book omnibus of the complete novels within the legendary Elric of Melniboné saga. All eleven novels will be published in chronological order, in Moorcock’s preferred editions, for the first time in the U.S.
More details can be...
My wife was looking for something to read so I gave her Hawkmoon, which (of course) includes The Jewel in the Skull, The Mad Gog's Amulet, The Sword of the Dawn and The Runestaff. As anticipated, she enjoyed the read.
When White Wolf began publishing these books back in the late 90's I started to purchase them as they were made available... but a few life events and financial difficulties prevented me from continuing to do so.
Today White Wolf Publishing and Borealis are long gone. Paradox, who owns the...
Been looking around the site and scrolling through some of the chats but still find it somewhat confusing. Read JD's list but got lost with all the different publishers/omnibus editions etc. Love what I've read over the past years - Von Beck, Eternal Champion (only got some of them I think)...
I found this online, and thought Moorcock fans might be interested.
1. Greybeard Brian W Aldiss
PD James used a similar plot which she corrupted with bad prose and poor thinking. An early eco-freak, Aldiss gives us a world fundamentally destroyed by consumerism. This is the original...
I found this series after I finished up with Conan and Kane, I read Elric saga, The Chroincals of Corum , Dorian Hawkmoon, Castle Brass, The books dealing with Erekose , Dancers at the End of Time , I tried and failed with the Jeremaih Cornelius Chronicles.
Ive read other short stores by him...
The WhiteWolf’s Son
Aspect, June 2005, $24.95, 330 pp.
Oonagh von Bek is staying at the family home in Ingleton, West Yorkshire in England where she meets two men she instinctually distrusts. Friends of her grandmother Oona Von Bek also arrive in the village to...
The Metatemporal Detective
PYR, Nov 2007, $25.00
The eleven tales that make up this fascinating (for fans of the Moorcock multiverse) short story collection are predominately written in the last fifteen years with two of them from 1966 They all obviously...
Elric In the Dream Realms
Del Rey, Oct 27 2009, $16.00
“Fortress Of The Pearl”. Lord Gho Fhaazi wants a position on the Council of Seven that rules over the city of Quarzhasaat, but he knows he needs help to overcome his rivals. He chooses Prince Elric of...
Hawkmoon: the Jewel in the Skull
Tor, Jan 2010, $13.99
The Dark Empire of Granbretan has devastated their opponents who have tried to overthrow their harsh subjection. One such loser the Duke of Koln Dorian Hawkmoon attempted unsuccessfully to destroy the...
Hawkmoon: The Mad God’s Amulet
Tor, Mar 30 2010, $13.99
Dorian Hawkmoon and his companion Oladahn the Bulgar Mountain Beastman journey towards Castle Brass. However their trek is interrupted by the powerful ruthless Dark Empire of Granbretan armies and their...
Tor, Dec 7 2010, $14.99
Eternal Champion the Duke of Koln Dorian Hawkmoon and his loyal friend Huilliam D’Averc travel by sea to Europe on a vessel given to the pair by the grateful citizens of Nawleeen. The courageous pair stops at D’Nark as...
A story of a post-apocalyptic ice age that bears more than a passing resemblance to Moby Dick. Throw in a pinch of Joseph Conrad and you've got a novel from Mr Moorcock.
A whaling captain looking for a new ship comes across a character dying on the ice. Saving this individual steers him to a...
16th November 2009 04:36 AM
It is strange how what would seem to be good news, can be exciting and depressing all at the same time.
This can be said of the news that the author of Elric and Multiverse books, Michael Moorcock will be working on a piece for Dr Who.
That is the...
I'm not a fan of most of the fantasy that's out there. All these Tolkien imitators fill the shelves of every bookstore. I've heard many great things about Moorcock. I know China Mieville's cited him as an influence. I find Mieville's novels very refreshing.
I picked up a used copy of a michael...
This might be of interest to readers here:
We know a few details about the new editions courtesy of John Davey. The 'last three Elric novels' were previously published in the US as The Dreamthief's Daughter, The Skrayling Tree & The White Wolf's Son but are being re-titled and revised (as is...
[j.d. asked this in the 'Another Attempt at a Moorcock Bibliography' thread but the length of my answer probably means it's better in its own thread rather than risk derailing the original thread.]
The new Sojan book (packaged alongside Joe R. Lansdale's Under the Warrior Star by Paizo...
I came across this when scanning thru the latest copy of SFX. He has sold his soul to the devil and done a Dr Who novel! Can't be for money-he must be loaded! Or has he done novellisations in the past?