Demon Night

Demon Night She lived in a savage world in an uncivilized age a world ruled by men and governed by the sword They called her Red Sonja for her flame red hair and the smoldering fire of her pride Falsely charged w

  • Title: Demon Night
  • Author: David C. Smith Richard L. Tierney
  • ISBN: 9780441711574
  • Page: 192
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • She lived in a savage world in an uncivilized age a world ruled by men and governed by the sword They called her Red Sonja for her flame red hair and the smoldering fire of her pride Falsely charged with the murder of a commander to whom she had sworn allegiance, Red Sonja must flee or be killed without a chance to clear her name Deep in the desert she encounters thShe lived in a savage world in an uncivilized age a world ruled by men and governed by the sword They called her Red Sonja for her flame red hair and the smoldering fire of her pride Falsely charged with the murder of a commander to whom she had sworn allegiance, Red Sonja must flee or be killed without a chance to clear her name Deep in the desert she encounters the city of Elkad, and, exhausted, seeks shelter there She enters the city against her better judgment, for hanging before the gates are the shriveling bodies of six young women, clearly the victims of some blood thirsty ritual

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    1. I think the collaboration between the two authors was much better done in this second book than the first. The story flowed very well. In this book you find that Sonja is not the only focal point in the story but just one of many. This story is one of main ones which had stuck with me since I read it thirty years ago. There is something almost biblical in the wrath which takes place and the characters who play out their allotted parts. Even the part where Tiamu is struggling to hold up the wand [...]

    2. I would probably never have picked these books up if I hadn't known the author from other things. The reason is that these are pastiches based upon the comic book character Red Sonja, who was based, in turn, upon the Red SonYa created by Robert E. Howard. That meant that Smith had to labor under some tough conditions to produce these books, but he achieved a notable series of stories. There's a lot of fast paced action and the character comes through much better in these books than in the Sonja [...]

    3. Dämonische KräfteNeulich in einer Forumsdiskussion bei amazon wurde ich als Faschist bezeichnet, weil ich glaube, dass es Leute gibt, die etwas einfach besser können als andere (in diesem speziellen Fall ging es um Beurteilung von guter und schlechter Literatur), und ich lieber von solchen Leuten angeleitet werde als von der durchschnittlichen Masse. Dieses Buch hier geht noch einen Schritt weiter: In der Welt der Roten Sonja gibt es scheinbar sogenannte "true spirits", Menschen, deren Seele [...]

    4. Red Sonja's second prose adventure has the Hyrkanian on the run from charges of murder. She encounters an isolated city in the wilderness that has its very own religion, involving quite a lot of human sacrificesAs good as the first book is, the second work by Tierney and Smith shows them getting the hang of their unique protagonist. With Red Sonja established, they have room to make the story is a but more complex, and the supporting cast are a lot more complex. You actually start caring for som [...]

    5. A nice quick read that is fairly entertaining with several classic Fantasy elements of the genre. I did enjoy that this tale showed Red Sonja as simply a tool within a prophecy rather than her just on some random adventure. Her actions act as a catalyst for several characters introduced in this story for them to finally fulfill the prophecy. The only weak point that I didn't find satisfying was the motive of the human antagonist that is hunting Red Sonja.

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