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Robert E. Howard's Conan the Cimmerian Barbarian

Von: Robert E. Howard,Finn J. D. John
Gesprochen von: Finn J. D. John
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    Inhaltsangabe

    This collection contains all of Robert E. Howard's Conan the Cimmerian stories published during his lifetime, contextualized with biographical details of their author.

    A full e-book copy of this book in Interactive PDF format is included and can be downloaded by clicking the "PDF" link in your Audible library (it's in the "Title" column). This PDF includes the audiobook chapter numbers, to make navigation easier.

    Excerpt from the introduction:

    "When the first Conan of Cimmeria story appeared in the pages of Weird Tales magazine in December 1932, nothing quite like it had ever before appeared in print. Author Robert E. Howard had been writing stories broadly similar to it for half a decade; but it was with Conan, and the Hyborian Age storyworld in which he was placed, that Howard finally fully doped out the sub-genre that would become known as "sword and sorcery", of which Howard is today considered the founding father.

    "Conan's origins date back to an experiment in 1926 titled "The Shadow Kingdom", featuring the character Kull, exile of Atlantis. The idea - Howard's great innovation - was, at its core, historical fiction set in a pre-historical period. That pre-historical period - being, of course, lost in the mists of time - could contain anything Howard might like to include: evil races of sentient snake-things, sorcerers, undead creatures, demons walking upon the earth, anything.

    "In other words, Howard was creating a secular mythology."

    PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.

    ©2017 Finn J.D. John (P)2017 Pulp-Lit Productions

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    Big adventure and lots of cringe

    Lost of the stories follow tropy clichés but are still enjoyable. Even though some characters border the inappropriate they are still believable

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    Love it, but...

    The stories are really great. Suspense, action and fantastic world building - it's all there. But the reader makes very long sentences without intonation or pauses to give weight to the words. The voice is pleasurable enough and he makes voices for different characters, but then hastes through many parts monotonously and time and time again did I find it difficult to follow what was actually happening.

    Marc Thompson should read these. I'd buy them immediately.