Morlac: The Quest of the Green Magician

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Its compelling narrative and highly visual style will appeal to fans of Robert E. Ruse writes with a lively yet remarkably descriptive style that is highly readable without being unsophisticated. To put it another way, the flavor of the text makes it clear that while Morlac has far more brawn than intellect, the same isn't true of Ruse.

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Though the novel is unquestionably light reading, the level of craftsmanship is considerably higher than might be expected in that category. Create Widget.

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About Gary Alan Ruse. Also by This Author. Readers of This Book Also Read. Tony Cole reviewed on on Nov. He manages to incorporate every form of fantasy with the possible exception of Vampires into the three stories that make up this ebook. In fact he first published this book in as a paper book, but it has now been published as an ebook.

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In passing I have to say I really like this cover, it splendidly sets the tone of the book, shows that Conan is lurking somewhere in the back of Ruse's mind, and reminds me of the Sci-Fi mags I used to buy many, many years ago. It was only his astonishingly good record of success as a trans-temporal agent that kept him on with the FBTR.

That, and the fact that he and Kirby made a heckuva good team. All they said was to report for preparation.

Kirby sighed inwardly as they reached the two doors that would separate them momentarily. To the left was his door, leading to the costume, artifact and old currency section. McAbee gave a slight shudder of anticipation at the prospect of what awaited him, then drew himself up with a sense of stoic resolve and displayed his idento-card to the door scanner. And then he was gone.

Morlac, Quest of the Green Magician

Zane Kirby stood jauntily attired in faded brown breeches that barely reached to a pair of floppy boots whose tops were rolled down. A loose-fitting white shirt covered his upper torso, and a scarlet bandana was tied stylishly about his head. Tucked into his wide belt was a flintlock pistol, and hanging at his side was a cutlass that looked like a museum piece. It was outlandish dress for modern times, but Kirby, as always, carried.

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Morlac: The Quest of the Green Magician

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