Roger Zelazny Fred Saberhagen Силвия Вълкова Светлана Комогорова-Комата Роджър Зелазни Фред Саберхаген
Черният трон
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  • Title: Черният трон
  • Author: Roger Zelazny Fred Saberhagen Силвия Вълкова Светлана Комогорова-Комата Роджър Зелазни Фред Саберхаген
  • ISBN: 9548811197
  • Page: 112
  • Format: Paperback
  • Черният трон Roger Zelazny Fred Saberhagen Силвия Вълкова Светлана Комогорова-Комата Роджър Зелазни Фред Саберхаген

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    1. Иван Величков says:

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    2. Michael McClung says:

      I don t know if I can do this It was painful to read how much painful will it be to write about But my conscience tells me I must, lest someone else accidentally picks up this book under the impression that it might actually readable Do not, I beg you Learn from my mistake You would think that when Roger Zelazney and Fred Saberhagen get together to write a book it would be worth reading I mean, these are two of the biggest names in science fiction and fantasy Zelazney rose to immortality on his [...]

    3. Ty says:

      I am starting to wonder if reviewing fantasy paperbacks is even worth it Just about every single one I have ever picked up has suffered from the same problems.A band of some sort, complete with a short ugly strong guy, a thin, sexy woman, an animal or two and a protagonist of some sort come together and discover whatever maguffin they need to retrieve What follows is several hundred pages of barely or not at all connected vignettes that must contain violence and magic of some sort, each conveyed [...]

    4. Jon Norimann says:

      One of Zelazny s worst books Very slow moving and generally boring Best to stay away.

    5. Alazzar says:

      I probably would have given this 3.5 stars and rounded it up to 4 , but after reading a few reviews I sort of came to agree with them on some matters Particularly about the ending being sorta lackluster On the one hand, I loved seeing all the Poe references because I like Poe On the other hand, there were times during which I felt like we were straight up reenacting a Poe story without any real change this made the book, unfortunately, a little predictable And it sorta made it feel like work, at [...]

    6. Joel Flank says:

      The Black Throne by Roger Zelazny and Fred Saberhagen is a quirky book by two of science fiction s masters The story is based around the question, What if all of Edgar Allen Poe s stories and poems were based on fact In this case, the book features a Poe that is from an Earth that has elements such as trained orangutans, mesmerism, magic, alchemy, pits and pendulums, masques of the red death, and Unfortunately for Poe, he is switched with his real world Earth analog, a soldier named Edgar Perry [...]

    7. Stuart says:

      The concept is good, but unfortunately the book isn t It initially promises to be something like a Tim Powers story, but never really achieves either the clever world building of Powers, or much of anything else.There s a bit of ingenuity in the way that the authors manage to pack in so many references to Poe stories, but unfortunately none of these develops into anything The characters whose peculiar backgrounds are drawn from Poe never go beyond being plot devices, the scenes that allude to me [...]

    8. Daniel says:

      I admit that I struggled some with this book at the beginning, but I believe that this is because Zelazny tends to start a story right in the middle, forcing the reader to catch up to him.I am not at all familiar with Fred Saberhagen, so I m not sure what his influences are with this book.Once I was caught up with the story, this was the type of read that is difficult to put down I always wanted to read just one chapter Although the book managed to hold my interest through to the end, the last [...]

    9. Elliot Fleming says:

      I hated reading this I m a fan of Saberhagen s Berserker stories and Dracula series, but I gave up on the Swords series I loved Zelazny s early writing and the Corwin half of the Amber books, and thought the Merlin stories disappointing So this is two inconstant geniuses writing a pastiche of a third inconstant genius, Edgar Allan Poe It serves no one well, especially the reader Others have commented on the story, the characters, and the writing, roundly berating all This reads as though the col [...]

    10. Martin says:

      What a mess Much of the book takes place in dreamlike settings because characters are moving back and forth between 3 or 4 planes of existence Much of the action is propelled without an engine, it just sort of happens, characters just know things, when its convenient they magically communicate across miles and dimensions, sometimes as vague feelings and sometimes as full conversations Some steampunks will probably like it anyhow, as it has inexplicable steampunk elements.The Zelazny co authored [...]

    11. Morgan says:

      Reasonably good science fantasy book dealing with psychic powers and parallel worlds interspersed with a lot of Edgar Allen Poe references Poe even features as a character in the novel and is the thematic inspiration Entertaining, and has a lot of hallmarks of both Zelazny s and Saberhagen s styles.

    12. Kathy says:

      Roger Zelazny writing about Edgar Allan Poe These are two of my favorite authors, so I figured what the heck I appreciate the unique approach of suggesting that Poe based his stories on actual events in some kind of alternate universe And it almost works, but not quite At least not for me.

    13. William says:

      A rather bizarre novel featuring Edgar Allan Poe, a goldbug, a raven, Dr Tarr and Professor Fether, a pit and a pendulum, a cask of amontillado, etc.

    14. Paradoxhorizon says:

      It s a weird adventure that uses settings, characters and events from the works of Edgar Allen Poe and weaves them together into something fun and strange I cannot help liking it.

    15. Mark says:

      Based on the concept that Edger Allen Poe writing stories from visions he was seeing of an alternate reality that he was actually from Fun but somewhat dark, but look it is about Poe so go figure.

    16. Howard Brazee says:

      I love Zelazny like Saberhagen, and like Poe, but this dreamlike book didn t work for me.

    17. Richard Gombert says:

      Not a bad book.Enjoyed all the EA Poe scattered throughout.

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