Warrior of Llarn

Warrior of Llarn Near Canopus there is a small red sun around which eleven planets revolve One of these is Llarn a world which resembles Earth in some ways but in others is exotically different There were men and wo

  • Title: Warrior of Llarn
  • Author: Gardner F. Fox
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Near Canopus there is a small red sun, around which eleven planets revolve One of these is Llarn a world which resembles Earth in some ways, but in others is exotically different There were men and women there, fallen empires, forgotten cities, and roving barbarians striving to rise And there were the dreaded remnants of a hideous atomic disaster eons past things thatNear Canopus there is a small red sun, around which eleven planets revolve One of these is Llarn a world which resembles Earth in some ways, but in others is exotically different There were men and women there, fallen empires, forgotten cities, and roving barbarians striving to rise And there were the dreaded remnants of a hideous atomic disaster eons past things that once were men with powers that bordered on the evilly miraculous.Alan Morgan came to Llarn at the behest of one of these warped man monsters to act as his envoy on a world shaking mission But Alan was no puppetd the story of his extraordinary adventures on that world of swordplay and wonders is a constantly exciting novel.Cover Illustration Frank Frazetta

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    • Gardner F. Fox

      Gardner Francis Cooper Fox was an American writer known best for creating numerous comic book characters for DC Comics Comic book historians estimate that he wrote than 4,000 comics stories, including 1,500 for DC Comics.Fox is known as the co creator of DC Comics heroes the Flash, Hawkman, Doctor Fate and the original Sandman, and was the writer who first teamed those and other heroes as the Justice Society of America Fox introduced the concept of the Multiverse to DC Comics in the 1961 story Flash of Two Worlds



    747 thoughts on “Warrior of Llarn

    • Another planet adventure!! This time Alan is the man's man who gets torn from our world and thrust onto Llarn. Great fun like any of Burroughs stories with a little twist of Alan Burt Akers. Although this predates any of the Dray Prescott books I wonder if Kenneth Bulmer took his pen name, Alan, from this story. Anyways there is Blue skinned horned barbarians, ancient ruins, highly evolved mutants, and airships galore. As always the women are beautiful and everything is an adventure.


    • Stands out amongst other Barsoomian imitators While beginning essentially as a John Carter clone, this pulp-novel stands out for having a few unique and interesting SF/F conceits of it’s own and some really well-paced sword-and-planet action and adventure. For fans of Edgar Rice Burroughs and Robert E. Howard this will be a fun romp about an alien world.


    • Warrior of Llarn is a fun, and often silly read. When Earthman Alan Morgan is magically transported to Llarn, he finds himself in the middle of a huge political coup. He quickly becomes entwined in several storylines (the main one of why the hell he's there in the first place all but disappears until late in the book) and only through sheer ass-kickery does he work his way through each plot point. I'm not kidding about Alan being an ass kicker. He is way tougher than everybody he encounters. And [...]


    • This is the first book in a two book sword & planet series that I thought was pretty good. I actually liked the second book, Thief of Llarn, better, though.


    • Great classic Scifi in the vein of Edgar Rice Burroughs. I enjoyed this old style story and will seek out the second book to read.


    • This was a typical sword and planet story that doesn't break the mold in any way. But for all that, I enjoyed it immensely! The story was exciting, the characters were interesting and the world compelling. The pacing was great and I plowed through the book in a day and a half. Highly recommended to fans of Sword and Planet fiction.


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