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The Dreamthief's Daughter By Michael Moorcock

The Dreamthief's Daughter
by Michael Moorcock

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The first book in a trilogy featuring Elric of Melinbone. This story tells of the origins of Elric's black, soul-stealing runeblade, Stormbringer; and its sister sword, Mournblade.
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The Dreamthief's Daughter Summary


The Dreamthief's Daughter: A Tale of the Albino by Michael Moorcock

First in a new trilogy of Elric of Melnibone, Moorcock's most famous character; Both Elric of Melniboine and Ulrich von Bek feature in the first of this new series from the master of fantastical fiction. The surreal landscapes of Elric's world, the First and Second World Wars and the rise of Nazi Germany are melded together in a novel which has both the gusto of Moorcock's early fantasy novels and the measured brilliance of Mother London and his later books. Here, we learn the origin of Stormbringer, Elric's black, soul-stealing runeblade, and Mournblade, its sister sword...

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About Michael Moorcock


Michael Moorcock was born in England in 1939. He has written many novels and has won the Guardian Fiction Award for Condition of Musak and was short-listed for the Whitbread Prize for Mother London. In recent years he has achieved an international reputation and is now recognised as a major contemporary novelist. A longtime resident of London, he now lives near Austin, Texas, with his wife.

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GOR001408493
The Dreamthief's Daughter: A Tale of the Albino by Michael Moorcock
Michael Moorcock
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Simon & Schuster Ltd
2002-02-04
352
0671037250
9780671037253
N/A
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