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The Savage Mountains
     

The Savage Mountains

by Robert Adams
 

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The Army of the Confederation is on the move again. For the Undying High Lord Milo Morai is ready to take th enext step in his master plan to reunite all the tribes which centuries ago formed a single, powerful nation known as the United States of America.

Before the Confederation forces lie the Armehnee Mountains, the home of the savage tribes that

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The Army of the Confederation is on the move again. For the Undying High Lord Milo Morai is ready to take th enext step in his master plan to reunite all the tribes which centuries ago formed a single, powerful nation known as the United States of America.

Before the Confederation forces lie the Armehnee Mountains, the home of the savage tribes that constantly raid the lowlands, bringing with them destruction and death. But Milo's forces are about to face an even more dangerous enemy than the Armehnee.

For the Witchmen -- twentieth-century scientists who have achieved a kind of immortality by stealing the living bodies of men while destroying their souls -- have long been at work in the mountains.

And unbeknownst to Milo, his troops are marching into much more trouble than they bargained for -- trouble that could spell the end of the Confederation!

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016372952
Publisher:
Mundania Press LLC
Publication date:
02/19/2013
Series:
Horseclanc , #5
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
180
Sales rank:
195,109
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

Robert Adams (1932-1990) was a career soldier whose Horseclans series drew on his military background to lend verisimilitude to the exploits of 26th Century of immortal mutant warriors in a balkanized North America. The Coming of the Horseclans (1975) was the first of 18 novels in the sequence, which ended, with The Clan of the Cats (1988), only on account of the author’s death.

His non-Horseclans work included two other series. Castaways in Time (1980) and its five sequels were a mix of alternate history and time travel. The Stairway to Forever and Monsters and Magicians (both 1988) were the only volumes to appear of a projected fantasy series.

He also co-edited several anthologies, among them Barbarians (1985, with Martin H. Greenberg and Charles H. Waugh), four Magic in Ithkar volumes (1985-87, with Andre Norton), Robert Adams' Book of Alternate Worlds (1987, with Pamela Crippen Adams and Martin H. Greenberg) and Robert Adams' Book of Soldiers (1988, same co-editors).

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