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Gods in Darkness: The Complete Novels of Kane Kane An immortal, cursed to wander the Earth until he is destroyed by the violence that he himself has created A warrior and statesman As comfortable in the shadowy halls of courtly intrigue as he is on the bloody battlefields where those intrigue s inevitably play themselves out Karl Edward Wagner s complex and compelling character of Kane redefines the boundaries of heroic fantasy, and stands besides Michael Moorcock s Elric, and Fritz Leiber s Fafhrd and Gray Mouser as one of the most idiosyncratic and compelling characters of the fantasy genre Gods in Darkness gathers together in one volume the complete novels of KaneContents BloodstoneDark CrusadeDarkness Weaves , revised


10 thoughts on “Gods in Darkness: The Complete Novels of Kane

  1. says:

    If you have a craving for pulp style fantasy, look no further Gods in Darkness is a good set of stories, a delightful blend of Howard and Moorcock, and Kane is what would happen if Conan and Elric were able to mate successfully.Later Kane s a red haired immortal barbarian, cast out of a garden paradise prison by a mad god, destined to wander the earth until he dies by v


  2. says:

    For those who haven t tried it yet.The reviews on this list arethan sufficient to let you know that, if dark fantasy is your thing, Wagner s Kane comes highly recommended.But some of us put off reading Wagner, not because of the books themselves, but ironically by the glowing praise for them For example, Anti Hero was pretty much coined for the character of Kane because


  3. says:

    Mais um da lista de leitura obrigat ria do g nero da Espada e Magia Gods in Darkness, a cole o dos tr s romances de Kane, a grande cria o de Karl Edward Wagner Gods in Darkness The Complete Novels of Kane Karl Edward Wagner NITROLEITURAS fantasia espadaemagia Nightshade Books, 600, p ginas Lido de 13.08.17 a 19.08.17 SINOPSE Kane Um imortal, amaldi oado para vagar pela Te


  4. says:

    Karl Wagner set out to overturn the cliches of sword and sorcery fiction, with an intellectual anti hero who didn t always get the girl, whose plans did not always work out Virtue does not always prevail, nor is vice inevitably punished Wagner was a great talent and one hopes his Kane fiction will see a wider audience.


  5. says:

    Wagner s Kane is a hero worth knowing, if only for how different he is from what we ve come to expect from a mighty thewed warrior Cunning, cynical, power mad, and ferocious, Kane defies all stereotypes, all categories Which is to say, of course, that he has a reality about him missing from many heroes, allowances being made for sorcery working, history being different than


  6. says:

    Three novels of heroic fantasy featuring Kane the immortal force of chaos and destruction Described by his creator as one who could master any situation intellectually, or rip heads off if push came to shove You find yourself rooting for him anyway Awesome battle scenes, cyclopean monsters and court intrigue make Wagner good reading.


  7. says:

    My dad loves this cheesy fantasy warrior stuff and god help me so do I.


  8. says:

    Karl Edward Wagner is one of the fantasy genres unjustly forgotten giants much of the fault lies with his publisher that puts out the expensive limited editions As a horror author and anthology editor so has his influence on fantasy as we know it was unimaginable The title of the book comes from one of his many dark poems He coined the term dark fantasy so we have a lot to tha


  9. says:

    If you don t know of Kane, but do know about sword and sorcery, imagine Conan with evenbrains and a talent for magic, or Elric withmuscles and less mopeyness That s the Kane of Karl Edward Wagner, not to be confused with the Kane of Mars of Michael Moorcock.The three novels in this omnibus edition, Bloodstone, Dark Crusade, and Darkness Weaves all exist in stand alone editions


  10. says:

    Sword Sorcery and Dark fantasy are my favorite genre, and I am a fan of Robert E Howard I have often heard, that Karl Edward Wagner s character Kane, is on par with Howard s Conan, so the Kane chronicles have always been on my reading list My first exposure to Karl Edward Wagner s Kane Chronicles, was a short story called Undertow Amazed at how good it is, I purchased Gods in Da


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