The Sagas of Surgard the Traveler [NOOK Book]

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Gather ?round, one and all, and thrill to the rediscovery of the sagas of Surgard the Northerner as he collected tales from across the known lands of man. Stand alongside the heroic and witty Surgard as he faces down foolish giants, singing dwarves, duplicitous wizards, suspicious savages, and worst of all, a monster with an attorney!

The Sagas of Surgard are written by Robert Collins, a science-fiction and fantasy author from Kansas. The ...
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The Sagas of Surgard the Traveler

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Overview

Gather ‘round, one and all, and thrill to the rediscovery of the sagas of Surgard the Northerner as he collected tales from across the known lands of man. Stand alongside the heroic and witty Surgard as he faces down foolish giants, singing dwarves, duplicitous wizards, suspicious savages, and worst of all, a monster with an attorney!

The Sagas of Surgard are written by Robert Collins, a science-fiction and fantasy author from Kansas. The collection assembles 13 stories published between 1995 and 2008, and includes two stories never before in print. Each is a humorous fantasy, and most poke fun at some famous myth or fictional tale.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011837920
  • Publisher: Robert Collins
  • Publication date: 10/5/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 220 KB

Meet the Author

Robert Collins' third novel, "Monitor," is out from Whiskey Creek Press. His second science fiction novel, "Lisa's Way," was released last year by eTreasures Publishing. His first SF novel, "Expert Assistance," came out in 2007 through Asylett Press. He's had stories and articles appear in periodicals such as Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine; Tales of the Talisman; Space Westerns; Sorcerous Signals; Wild West; and Model Railroader. In 2007 Pelican released his biography of "Bleeding Kansas" leader Jim Lane, and before that a biography of a Kansas Civil War general. He's had six Kansas railroad books published by South Platte Press. Previously he edited the e-mail newsletter for a local SF-F talk radio show; published a short story magazine; and wrote and published a series of local travel booklets.
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  • Posted January 29, 2011

    Highly Recommended

    The "Sagas of Surgard the Traveler" is brilliant. In search of bards' tales for his god Durn, Surgard not only finds tales but is himslef the source for many future tales. This book is bard wisdom at its best. With basic homespun wisdom, Robert Colliins not only tells exciting tales but manages to impart knowledge without letting us know we are learning. Thank you Robert for a great book and I look forward to a sequel.

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