By Simon R. Green
Now in a single quantity, the 1st 3 action-packed adventures of Hawk & Fisher—from Simon R. eco-friendly, the New York Times bestselling writer of the Deathstalker series….
They’re the battle-scarred crimebusters of a unending city conflict. Hawk ideas the streets via battle-axe. Fisher cracks down on outlaws with sword and dagger. Their cruel beat is the sinister urban misnamed Haven: a gloomy and violent city overrun with spell casters, demons, and thieves—a position the place cash will purchase anything…except justice.
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Now in a single quantity, the 1st 3 action-packed adventures of Hawk & Fisher—from Simon R. eco-friendly, the hot York occasions bestselling writer of the Deathstalker series….
They’re the battle-scarred crimebusters of a endless city battle. Hawk principles the streets through battle-axe. Fisher cracks down on outlaws with sword and dagger. Their cruel beat is the sinister urban misnamed Haven: a dismal and violent city overrun with spell casters, demons, and thieves—a position the place funds will purchase anything…except justice.
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I sense it as in my youth I sensed the tiger hidden in the tall grass. There is a nameless unrest throughout the kingdom. I am like a hunter who crouches by his small fire amid the forest, and hears stealthy feet padding in the darkness, and almost sees the glimmer of burning eyes. If I could but come to grips with something tangible, that I could cleave with my sword! I tell you, it’s not by chance that the Picts have of late so fiercely assailed the frontiers, so that the Bossonians have called for aid to beat them back.
Behind them a sardonic countenance was framed in the partly opened door; a pair of evil eyes glittered malevolently in the gloom. “Go into the night, creatures of the night,” a voice mocked. ” The speaker closed the door and bolted it, then turned and went up the corridor, candle in hand. He was a somber giant, whose dusky skin revealed his Stygian blood. He came into an inner chamber, where a tall, lean man in worn velvet lounged like a great lazy cat on a silken couch, sipping wine from a huge golden goblet.
Yesterday a kozak, today a king, tomorrow a thief. It is in that sense that the Conan stories are escapist literature: their appeal seems universal, transcending generations and cultures. ” What sets the Conan stories apart, however, is the distinct sensation that the thrill of adventure in these stories is but a mask, that it is in fact never really possible to forget the grim realities of the world. Conan’s Hyborian Age began with a cataclysm and ended with another cataclysm. Whatever the Hyborians – and Conan – can accomplish, has no meaning at all in the final analysis, and is eventually bound to destruction and oblivion.
Swords of Haven (Hawk & Fisher, Books 1-3) by Simon R. Green