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Mass Market Paperback Tigers of the Sea (Zebra Books) Book

ISBN: 089083119X

ISBN13: 9780890831199

Tigers of the Sea (Zebra Books)

(Part of the The Robert E. Howard Library (#1) Series and Cormac Mac Art (#1) Series)

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Book Overview

This description may be from another edition of this product. Follows the story of barbarian hero Cormac Mac Art, the outcast leader of a band of Vikings during the reign of King Arthur, and his sidekick, Wulfhere the Skull-Splitter, who is a self-proclaimed...

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5 ratings

true Art

howard is forever the mater of describing battles. and in this book it's battles, battles, battles. filled with action. man slashes man. great descriptions. great writing. great......great. men fights men. blood floats.

Great tales

Saucy, violent and unrelenting, super great fics from REH. Tigers of the Sea nd other great works of the master abound here. Buy it. Luv it

Robert Ervin Howard

This man's work has influenced me in all aspects of my life. I own all the books in this Baen series, and, (although they are extremely hard to locate nowadays) I have succesfully completed the collection of the ORIGINAL Conan tales.High fantasy, wonderful imagination, and a lot of dark images. Not even the immortal Tolkien can match this man. He is the unquestioned god of fantasy.

Best of the Baen lot

I recently purchased several REH books published by Baen - Kull, Solomon Kane, Cormac Mac Art and Bran mak Morn. I am reading Bran at the moment, and enjoying it, - so this review may be a bit premature, but I enjoyed Cormac the best.Cormac is definitely in the mold of Conan et al, and the stories are immensely readable. There is a tangible excitement expressed here for a life of danger, plunder, and guile. For those moments that you are reading, you too are living a life of adventure!For rovers, these characters show a bit of chivalry and compassion. I enjoyed the repartee between Wulfhere and Cormac. Their relationship breathes a bit of life into what might otherwise be flat, mechanical characters. (Not that most readers of this genre expect character development.)I highly recommend the REH stories. The 4 stars are for the book overall - DD's story at the beginning suffers from violent, irrational, cardboard characters. It was a mistake on Baen's part to put his pastiche first...

MAN THE OARS!

Adventure on the high seas with Vikings and Irishmen. Cormac Mac Art is one of Howard's most dynamic heroes. He stands tall amongst other howardian creations such as Conan and Kull. If you like fast paced sword and sorcery with an historical flavor, this one's for YOU! Why the 9 rating? Well nobody is perfect, but Howard came awful close with this one. See you on the battlefield...
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