Conan The Hunter

Conan The Hunter[PDF / Epub] ★ Conan The Hunter Author Sean A. Moore – Heartforum.co.uk It all began when Conan bought the jeweled bracelet from the Zamoran thief It would, Conan thought, make the perfect gift for his lady of the moment, Yvanna But this was no ordinary bauble it had been It all began when Conan bought the jeweled bracelet from the Zamoran thief It would, Conan thought, make the perfect gift for his lady of the moment, Yvanna But this was no ordinary bauble it had been taken from the King of Brythunia s only daughterthe daughter who had been cruelly murdered only days before Cursing his luck, Conan sets off to find the real killers in order to save himself from the executioner s ax And blunders into a deadly web of palace intrigue masterminded by the Mutare, those ancient priests Conan The PDF or and priestesses dedicated to the vilest evils and the enslavement of all men Even Conan s mighty muscles, potent instincts and extraordinary luck might not seem enough even Conan might need the help of the gods themselves.

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  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Conan The Hunter
  • Sean A. Moore
  • English
  • 15 January 2019
  • 0812535316

10 thoughts on “Conan The Hunter

  1. Clint says:

    The book is divided into two parts The first half is a revenge tale For the second part, Conan joins forces with a fellow warrior and a priest that seems too much like a D D cleric for this to feel Hyborian The quest involves finding a vampire like sorceress A Dracula like myth is introduced early in the book and takes root in the final chapters The story isn t bad, but things are a bit too choppy to warrantthan 2 stars Support characters are introduced, given backgrounds and then ki The book is divided into two parts The first half is a revenge tale For the second part, Conan joins forces with a fellow warrior and a priest that seems too much like a DD cleric for this to feel Hyborian The quest involves finding a vampire like sorceress A Dracula like myth is introduced early in the book and takes root in the final chapters The story isn t bad, but things are a bit too choppy to warrantthan 2 stars Support characters are introduced, given backgrounds and then killed off The book feels like an interesting rough draft Of interest is Sean Moore This was his first Tornan He would write, I believe, twobefore tragically dying in an auto accident at too young years old Until then, he was living my dream I read a steady diet of Tornans in the 80 s, not so much in the 90 s and I had a dream of writing these for a living That dream never bore fruit for me, but it did for Sean Moore This first book isn t good I hope his next two were Outside of three Tornans, he was uncredited for screen writing on the Kull movie, and he wrote the novelization of the script The Kull movie was so bad, I barely remember watching it, but I would dig finding a copy of the novelized paperback by Sean A Moore

  2. Helmut says:

    I am a great fan of the Conan novels and short stories by Howard, Carter, Nyberg and de Camp Wagner did a great job, and Jordan s Conan novels are at least readable But this one here is one of the worst fantasy books i ve ever had on my shelf.The story is boring, full of clich s, loads of logical errors electromagnetic shields anyone , the characters are flat like a pancake and something like atmosphere is completely absent The names of people are completely unfitting Elspeth Mutare I am a great fan of the Conan novels and short stories by Howard, Carter, Nyberg and de Camp Wagner did a great job, and Jordan s Conan novels are at least readable But this one here is one of the worst fantasy books i ve ever had on my shelf.The story is boring, full of clich s, loads of logical errors electromagnetic shields anyone , the characters are flat like a pancake and something like atmosphere is completely absent The names of people are completely unfitting Elspeth Mutare , the style of writing is that of a 14 year old writing essays on me and my pet.Books like this one are the reason why fantasy is looked down upon so condescendingly by many people Howard turns in his grave for another time

  3. Stuart Dean says:

    In Conan s early years as a thief he takes some time off for a little R R in Brythunia He decides to buy a present for his current wench, but his thieving skills have not yet advanced to the level of when pass on stolen merchandise He is framed for the death of the king s daughter and eventually sets out in pursuit of the real killer, an immortal demon priestess He gains and loses allies, faces down gods and gets in a bar fight, and on the whole gets knocked around a lotthan normal.The In Conan s early years as a thief he takes some time off for a little RR in Brythunia He decides to buy a present for his current wench, but his thieving skills have not yet advanced to the level of when pass on stolen merchandise He is framed for the death of the king s daughter and eventually sets out in pursuit of the real killer, an immortal demon priestess He gains and loses allies, faces down gods and gets in a bar fight, and on the whole gets knocked around a lotthan normal.The action is fast paced generally, though the book is oddly divided into two parts Important characters are dispatched suddenly, and there is far too much deus ex machina for my liking It s not REH, but REH is dead so it s probably asking too much for him to write any new Conan stories

  4. Antonio says:

    THIS NOVEL WAS OK BUT, I NEED TO SAY THAT I HAVE TO AGREE WITH MR CHARLES GRAMLICH ABOUT THE FACT THAT CONAN IS TREATED TOO MUCH OF A SUPERMAN AND THE TALKING SPIDER WAS JUST PLAIN SILLY THIS IS MY OPINION, OF COURSE.

  5. tut1971 says:

    One of the poorest of the Tor Conan books You don t expect Shakespeare but this novel suffers from poor writing even for a pulp series.

  6. Jim says:

    Good escapist fare.

  7. Michael says:

    Another exciting Conan tale This adventure slowed it s pacing down at times, mostly from the swicthing of character s viewpoints It released some of the tension, but the author made up for it later on It reminded me a bit of a roleplaying game, where there is a bit of adventure, then storyline, possibly a random encounter,story The format works fairly well and is easy to get used to.One thing struck out at me There was a bit of stretched coincidence as well near the end, but when yo Another exciting Conan tale This adventure slowed it s pacing down at times, mostly from the swicthing of character s viewpoints It released some of the tension, but the author made up for it later on It reminded me a bit of a roleplaying game, where there is a bit of adventure, then storyline, possibly a random encounter,story The format works fairly well and is easy to get used to.One thing struck out at me There was a bit of stretched coincidence as well near the end, but when you get to the part I m talking about you will clearly know However, supernatural hands guide many events, so it doesn t come off as being too unbelievable.This tale reminded me of a quote from Robert E Howard He said that he wrote his tales as though an older Conan were reciting them to him Good storytellers embellish at times, and reading about the abuse Conan takes makes me think of that Then again, this is a fantasy tale Cimmerians were made of sterner stuff than most mortals In other fantasy books, if an Orc or other strong humanoid would take the abuse an keep going, the reader likely wouldn t bat an eye All in all, it was a good book I am reading re reading through every Conan book I can find in chronical order, so I would like to compare Moore s Conan to other author s I am also a little upset that I didn t pick this up when it was released in 95 I remember seeing it on the bookstore, but passed it up in favor of a book I didn t enjoy C est la vie

  8. Skuli Saeland says:

    Skemmtileg fantas a um villimanninn Conan sem er sk thr ddur vi presta, dj fla og galdramenn en berst samt trau ur vi me sver i og rj sku auk ess a vera miki heljarmenni g tlega spennandi og me v ntar upp komur og vandam l sem komu m r einstaka sinnum a v rum.Conan var upphaflega skapa ur af rith fundinum Robert E Howard ri 1932 en eftir andl t hans fj rum rum s ar hafa fj lmargir h fundar spreytt sig vi hetjuna auk ess sem Conan og fantas uheimurinn sem hann b r hafa l Skemmtileg fantas a um villimanninn Conan sem er sk thr ddur vi presta, dj fla og galdramenn en berst samt trau ur vi me sver i og rj sku auk ess a vera miki heljarmenni g tlega spennandi og me v ntar upp komur og vandam l sem komu m r einstaka sinnum a v rum.Conan var upphaflega skapa ur af rith fundinum Robert E Howard ri 1932 en eftir andl t hans fj rum rum s ar hafa fj lmargir h fundar spreytt sig vi hetjuna auk ess sem Conan og fantas uheimurinn sem hann b r hafa lifa vel teiknimyndas gum, sj nvarps ttum og b myndum

  9. Charles says:

    Conan pastiche I think this was Hunter s first book and it showed enthusiasm I think he could have been a fine writer, but this one just wasn t terribly good to me It treated Conan as far too much of a superman.

  10. Earl says:

    Moore does well to provide a tale of adventure in classic Conan style.

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