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Author:
Leonard Carpenter
ISBN13:
978-0812514131
ISBN:
0812514130
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Tor Fantasy; Reissue edition (February 15, 1993)
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Fantasy
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I Blades of the Red Brotherhood The sail was a white speck on the horizon, scarcely visible in day . They went in silence, with Conan quietly content to observe the jiggle of the water bottles against Olivia’s shapely, dampened hips.

I Blades of the Red Brotherhood The sail was a white speck on the horizon, scarcely visible in day glare off the Southern Vilayet. From the coastal hillside, looking out beyond the pale. Before they left the meadow he stopped her and pointed out the distant sail, which had scarcely progressed northward along the coast. Say nothing of it to the crew, he instructed her.

Conan of the Red Brotherhood is a fantasy novel by American writer Leonard Carpenter featuring Robert E. Howard's sword and sorcery hero Conan the Barbarian. It was first published in paperback by Tor Books in February 1993, and reprinted in 1998.

Leonard Carpenter may not be up to writing Conan fantasy but he has none of the sexism or racism of Robert E. . Howard, which I consider a plus. The sex scenes in the amount to foreplay (sometimes violent foreplay at least in one instance on the part of the female character but the knives and swords didn't come out and it), before fading out; so some parents may feel that this book unsuitable for younger readers. This is the first of a duology Leonard Carpenter wrote of Conan as a pirate along the Vilayet Sea, apparently set shortly after Robert Howard's Iron Shadows in the Moon (aka, Shadows in the Moonlight).

Leonard Paul Carpenter (born 1948) is an American technical writer and author of fantasy, historical and futurist fiction. He began by selling horror/fantasy tales and Conan the Barbarian sequels, eleven novels totaling a million words

Leonard Paul Carpenter (born 1948) is an American technical writer and author of fantasy, historical and futurist fiction. He began by selling horror/fantasy tales and Conan the Barbarian sequels, eleven novels totaling a million words. This is more of the Conan saga than any other author living or dead, including Conan's inspired creator Robert E. Howard in the 1930's. Now Carpenter breaks out of Leonard Paul Carpenter (born 1948) is an American technical writer and author of fantasy, historical and futurist fiction

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Download books for free. The sail was a white speck on the horizon, scarcely visible in day glare off the Southern Vilayet. From the coastal hillside, looking out beyond the pale ribbon of beach, the sea spread glassy-bright, stirred in places to glinting shards by fickle westerly breezes.

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Conan the Barbarian Contents. From a base on the island of Djafur, Conan in his alias as Amra the Lion builds the piratical Red Brotherhood into a virtual naval empire on the Vilayet Sea. In one raid he takes Philiope, a nobleman's daughter, who in time ousts as his paramour his existing lady-love Olivia (a holdover from the previous story, "Shadows in the Moonlight"). From a fortress on the island of Djafur, Conan (using his alias as Amra the Lion') builds the piratical Red Brotherhood into a virtual naval empire on the Vilayet Sea. In one raid, Conan accidentally rescues Philiope, a nobleman's daughter, who in time threatens his romantic interests towards Olivia (a holdover from the previous story, "Shadows in the Moonlight"). However, Amra's activities present a major challenge for the region's dominant power, the empire of Turan.

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Sailing under the grim skull-jack flag of the Red Brotherhood, Conan is the most feared pirate to prowl the Vilayet Sea, claiming as hi booty even Philiope, the beautiful black-haired daughter of a powerful nobleman. But in the domed imperial palace of Aghrapur, the decadent Emperor Yildiz and his corrupt allies plot the destruction of the powerful barbarian the know only as Amra the Lion.As Conan carves a pirate empire with cutlass and dagger, the Turanian navy takes to the seas, aided by hellish sorcery of the darkest sort. Mighty ships manned by undead zombies, and a titanic monster summoned from the nether depths, are pitted against the deadly sword of one man...Conan of the Red Brotherhood
  • A rousing heroic epic! Conan as a pirate and rebel leader. Very fun read!

  • Leonard Carpenter may not be up to writing Conan fantasy but he has none of the sexism or racism of Robert E. Howard, which I consider a plus. The sex scenes in the amount to foreplay (sometimes violent foreplay at least in one instance on the part of the female character but the knives and swords didn't come out and it), before fading out; so some parents may feel that this book unsuitable for younger readers. By the same token, the graphic violence and the gore (but what can you expect from a Conan novel) may convince other adults not to let their children read this book.Overall it's easy reading and in our age of T.V. programs about serial killers teen novels of kids killing kids, I think this novel is suitable for 14 year old kids and up.

  • This is the first of a duology Leonard Carpenter wrote of Conan as a pirate along the Vilayet Sea, apparently set shortly after Robert Howard's Iron Shadows in the Moon (aka, Shadows in the Moonlight).

    It's passable with some good action, but Carpenter seems to have skimmed Howard's story only cursorily before setting out on his project. Conan is better characterized than in many of the pastiches, but Olivia--the female lead holdover from Shadows--is nothing like her previous character, being a vindictive shrew who elopes with a Turanian warlord after Conan takes a fancy to a captive Zamorian wench.

    Against this soap opera is juxtaposed the attempt by the Turanians to crush Conan's pirate band. The action is decent but overwritten, and Carpenter occasionally offers vivid prose much in contrast to his general pedestrian writing. Unfortunately the plot is fairly thin, and characterization is weak for the most part though pacing is all right--certainly far better than in the sequel published a year and a half later.

    In closing, I have to say this is a midgrade offering from the Tor Conan pastiches. It can't come close to competing with the best entries into the series, but it's clearly better than the worst.

  • I'm not one of those who thinks only Conan stories by Robert E. Howard are of any worth. Sure he's the best but there have been other works of merit under the Conan aegis. Leonard Carpenter wrote one of my favorite non-Howard Conan's with "Conan Lord of the Black River". Here, Carpenter slips a little. Granted we get the rare treat of one of Conan's wenches from a previous story returning and playing a major role in a second, but some of the goings-on in this one are a stretch. During a project to come up with a naval weapon capable of defeating the pirates, a wizard stumbles on the steam engine. The silliness took away a bit from the story. And one wonders why Conan stuck with the crew of whiners that seemed to mutiny every time he turned around. On the plus side, we see Yildiz and Yezdigerd, 2 implacable foes of Conan during the series, trying to come up with a new idea for besting him. Mysterious centipede creatures and a sorceror's unique use for them add a bit of horror. Fair non Howard Conan, better than some but not as good as others.

  • Another book for my husband very satisfied.

  • I luv this book. It explores Amra and his crest. If you ever read the comics and often wished you could see more about the Amra side this is a good book.IMO 1 of the best Conan novels I have read, and would love to see a quality movie made from it.

  • This title is perhaps one of the weakest entries in the Conan series. The book plods along at an uneven pace, and far too much time is devoted to developing secondary characters. The book, however, is not completely devoid of redeeming qualities. Carpenter's knack for characterization shows through although at the expense of the action many "Conan readers" are accustomed to.