Worms of the Earth [NOOK Book]

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The speaker wrapped his purple cloak closer about his powerful frame and settled back into his official chair, much as he might have settled back in his seat at the Circus Maximus to enjoy the clash of gladiatorial swords. Realization of power colored his every move. Whetted pride was necessary to Roman satisfaction, and Titus Sulla was justly proud; for he was military governor of Eboracum and answerable only to the emperor of Rome. He was a strongly built man of medium height, with the hawk-like features of the...
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Worms of the Earth

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The speaker wrapped his purple cloak closer about his powerful frame and settled back into his official chair, much as he might have settled back in his seat at the Circus Maximus to enjoy the clash of gladiatorial swords. Realization of power colored his every move. Whetted pride was necessary to Roman satisfaction, and Titus Sulla was justly proud; for he was military governor of Eboracum and answerable only to the emperor of Rome. He was a strongly built man of medium height, with the hawk-like features of the pure-bred Roman. Now a mocking smile curved his full lips, increasing the arrogance of his haughty aspect. Distinctly military in appearance, he wore the golden- scaled corselet and chased breastplate of his rank, with the short stabbing sword at his belt, and he held on his knee the silvered helmet with its plumed crest. Behind him stood a clump of impassive soldiers with shield and spear--blond titans from the Rhineland.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012054449
  • Publisher: New Century Books
  • Publication date: 12/15/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 31 KB

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  • Posted November 2, 2011

    One of REH's best

    I always loved this story. When I was a kid I read it in the Savage Sword of Conan comics adaption by Roy Thomas, Barry Smith and Tim Conrad. As much as I loved the artwork nothing beats reading it in Robert E Howards original words. One of his very Best.

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