The Sleeping Sorceress (Elric, #4)



Elric Of Melnibon , Proud Prince Of Ruins, Last Lord Of A Dying Race, Wanders The Lands Of The Young Kingdoms In Search Of The Evil Sorcerer Theleb K Aarna His Object Is Revenge But To Achieve This, He Must First Brave Such Horrors As The Creatures Of Chaos, The Freezing Wilderness Of World S Edge, The Golden Skinned Kelmain Hordes, King Urish The Seven Fingered With His Great Cleaver Hackmeat, The Burning God, The Sighing Desert, And The Terrible Stone Age Men Of Pio Although Elric Holds Within Him A Destiny Greater Than He Could Ever Know, And Controls The Hellsword Stormbringer, Stealer Of Souls, His Task Looks Hopeless Until He Encounters Myshella, Empress Of The Dawn, The Sleeping SorceressCover By Patrick WoodroffeThe Sleeping Sorceress (Elric, #4)

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  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • The Sleeping Sorceress (Elric, #4)
  • Michael Moorcock
  • English
  • 20 September 2018
  • 0704310694

10 thoughts on “The Sleeping Sorceress (Elric, #4)

  1. says:

    I am Elric of Melnibone, last of a line of great sorcerer kings This blade I wield will dothan kill you, friend demon It will drink your soul and feed it to me Perhaps you have heard of me by another name By the name of the Soul Thief Also known as the White Wolf, because he is an albino warrior And as the Prince of Ruins, because in fulfilling a dark prophecy he has destroyed Imrryr, the Dreaming City, his own capital on the island of Melnibone Also as Stormbringer, by the name of I am Elric of Melnibone, last of a line of great sorcerer kings This blade I wield will dothan kill you, friend demon It will drink your soul and feed it to me Perhaps you have heard of me by another name By the name of the Soul Thief Also known as the White Wolf, because he is an albino warrior And as the Prince of Ruins, because in fulfilling a dark prophecy he has destroyed Imrryr, the Dreaming City, his own capital on the island of Melnibone Also as Stormbringer, by the name of the magical sword he carries, forged in the fires of Chaos Also as the Eternal Champion, one of the incarnations of the rebel soul who fights against Fate across overlapping worlds and warped timelines in the multiverse imagined by Michael Moorcock.The present volume, known initially as The Sleeping Sorceress is a collection of three nov...

  2. says:

    The Vanishing Tower begins in archetype and clich and ends in wholesale destruction and despair Perhaps not an unsurprising progression for Prince Elric of Melnibone, exiled lord of a ruined city, wielder of the black blade Stormbringer, Eater of Souls.This book consists of three individual but closely related adventures, and I must admit I would have stopped reading with the fi...

  3. says:

    Perhaps all our struggling, our suffering, our conflicts are merely to relieve the boredom of the Lords of the Higher Worlds Perhaps that is why when they created us they made us imperfect the story follows the same structure as the previous ones, there are three story arcs, Elric defends Kaneloon against Theleb K aarna the sorcerer against whom Elric seeks to gain revenge the second story follows Elric as he is captured by the Begger King of Nadsokor and forced to fight off The Burning Go Perhaps all our struggling, our suffering, our conflicts are merely to relieve the boredom of the Lords of the Higher Worlds Perhaps that is why when they created us they made us imperfect the story follows the same structure as the previous ones, there are three story arcs, Elric defends Kaneloon against Theleb K aarna the...

  4. says:

    Getting hard each time to write reviews for these So much happened in this book that it would be impossible to sum it up properly, so it s easier just to think of what the highlights were for me Mostly I was happy to finally see the fabled city of Tanelorn I loved the idea all along that there was a city that exists in every world and lasts for all time I was glad it turned out to bethan just a myth.Not many fantasy novels use the somewhat sci fi device of alternate realities, but Moor...

  5. says:

    Further adventures of Elric and his sidekick Moonglum consist of three interconnecting stories which is a usual structure of Elric books sometimes there are four of them It starts with some unfinished business from the previous book, proceeds to the city of beggars and ends in the incarnations of the Eternal Champion Elric, Corum, and Erikose working together Once again expect wild larger than life magic, meddling gods they only meddle in the worst possible moments an...

  6. says:

    So, three novellas, structurally identical, wherein each the same lame antagonist threatens something that Elric wants preserved simply because he hates the antagonist, who returns from prior installments with new armies one for each novella here and new versions of the Fell Sorcery, only to be surprise countered by Elric Co., when they very luckily accidentally find a useful numinous object or when they very originally and unintuitively invoke the aid of some divine patron or other, So, three novellas, structurally identical, wherein each the same lame antagonist threatens something that Elric wants pre...

  7. says:

    My favorite book in the Elric series so far This one has a great cast of supporting characters and companions, particularly Moonglum of Elwher And there is this wonderful use of alliteration From some of the tumble down buildings came cack...

  8. says:

    You always get the feeling that most of the shorter Eternal Champion novels were written on the run, kind of like Anthony Trollope sitting down for so many hours to write so many pages per day The Deus ex machina is always too much a part of this sort of Moorcock s sloppier slap dash fantasy writing A pretty good start rambles about in typical Moorcock fashion into various travels, adventures, and perils involving a powerful sorcerer with much fantastical mayhem and swashbuckling The best thi You always get the feeling that most of the shorter Eternal Champion novels were written on the run, kind of like Anthony Trollope sitting down for so many hours to write so many pages per day The Deus ex machina is always too much a part of this sort of Moorcock s sloppier slap dash fantasy writing A pretty good start rambles about in typical Moorcock fashion into various travels, adventures, and perils involving a powerful sorcerer with much fa...

  9. says:

    Pareggio al novantesimo La torre che svaniva il quarto tassello di saga dedicata all eburneo albino di Melnibon , l antieroe pi famoso del genere fantasy.Le solite buone idee Nadsokor ed Arelon, ma anche la torre che d il titolo lasciano intravedere un indubbia originalit a livello di worldbuilding.Tra i difetti va segnalato un evidente cambio dell approccio narrativo, molto pi fisico e spogliato di quei connotati onirici che rendevano peculiare la scrittura dell autore.Perdura un i ...

  10. says:

    Moorcock presenta m s facetas del Emperador Albino en estas tres historias que van muy correlacionadas, lo que finalmente, como en el primer libro, da una sensaci n de historia conjunta y no solo una sucesi n de relatos que podr an leerse sin orden.Elric finalmente tiene un villano a su altura, el hechicero que conocemos en el ltimo relato de El Misterio del Lobo Blanco y su presencia da m s cohesi n a estas adictivas historias, adem s de verdaderos retos para el pr ncipe p lido.Los tres relato Moorcock presenta m s facetas del Emperador Albino en estas tres historias que van muy correlacionadas, lo que finalmente, como en el primer libro, da una sensaci n de historia conjunta y no solo una sucesi n de relatos que podr an leerse sin orden.Elric finalmente tiene un villano a su altura, el hechicero que conocemos en el ltimo relato de El Misterio del Lobo Blanco y su presencia da m s cohesi n a estas adictivas historias, adem s de verdaderos retos para el pr ncipe p lido.Los tres relatos aqu sirven para recuperar algunos personajes ya conocidos, siendo la tercera parte, Tres h roes con un mismo prop sito , la que m s me ha gustado porque nos ha dejado entrever mu...

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