By Robert E. Howard
The wily Texan El Borak, a hardened fighter who stalks the sandscapes of Afghanistan like a vengeful wolf, is rivaled between Howard’s creations merely via Conan himself. In such vintage stories as “The Daughter of Erlik Khan,” “Three-Bladed Doom,” and “Sons of the Hawk,” Howard proves himself once more a grasp of motion, and with lots of eerie surroundings his plotting turns into tighter and twistier than ever, leading to tales important of comparability to Jack London and Rudyard Kipling. each fan of Robert E. Howard and aficionados of significant event writing probably want to personal this choice of the simplest of Howard’s barren region stories, lavishly illustrated by way of award-winning artists Tim Bradstreet and Jim & Ruth Keegan.
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