Conan the Barbarian

Conan the Barbarian

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Penguin Putnam
Born in the fires of battle, Conan of Cimmeria lost his father and village when they were slaughtered by the cruel warlord Khalar Zym. Wandering the world alone, Conan was forged into a peerless warrior by hardship and bloodshed.

Years later, he crosses paths with Zym and his armies. But before Conan can exact vengeance, he must contend with the warlord's daughter-the seductive witch Marique-and a host of monstrous creatures. Only then will Conan's quest bring him face to face with Zym in an epic battle to avenge his people and save the world.

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Random House, Inc.
Born in the fires of battle, Conan of Cimmeria lost his father and village when they were slaughtered by the cruel warlord Khalar Zym. Wandering the world alone, Conan was forged into a peerless warrior by hardship and bloodshed.

Years later, he crosses paths with Zym and his armies. But before Conan can exact vengeance, he must contend with the warlord's daughter-the seductive witch Marique-and a host of monstrous creatures. Only then will Conan's quest bring him face to face with Zym in an epic battle to avenge his people and save the world.

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Baker & Taylor
To avenge his people and save the world, Conan of Cimmeria must battle against a host of monstrous creatures and a seductive witch to once and for all destroy his greatest enemy--the warlord Khalar Zym--and his armies.

Baker
& Taylor

To avenge his people and save the world, Conan of Cimmeria must battle against a host of monstrous creatures and a seductive witch to once and for all destroy his greatest enemy--warlord Zym--and his armies. Original. 100,000 first printing. Movie tie-in.


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jamestaintor Mar 05, 2017

Other: Wrong title. This ebook is, as the book cover image indicates, not the novelization of the 2011 Conan film, but an airy British pastoral novel in the "Penny Nichols" series. The mismatch between entry and content is so perfectly contrarian that I assume this was a mischievous librarian trying to civilize swords & sorcery fans, rather than an innocent mistake.

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