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Brak the Barbarian - The Sorceress Volume 10
Brak the Barbarian - The Sorceress

John Jakes
Issued: July 1970
Tandem Science Fantasy
London
SBN 426047222
Paperback
Cover illustration by Christos Achilleos
160 pages

Notes
First published by Paperback Library in 1969.

An expanded version of a serial first published in Fantastic magazine in 1963.

Publisher's Blurb
The second adventure of Brak the Barbarian

"The road is long to Khurdisan, Barbarian. Beware of Septegundus. I will be there!"

Brak the Barbarian, outcast from the wild northern steppes of his own people, journeyed southward to golden Khurdisan.

He rode alone through a world of savagery and sorcery, relying on his swordsmanship and his barbaric strength for protection. But far greater than the threat of man or beast was the menace of Septegundus, Amyr on Earth of the great evil, Yob-Haggoth the Dark One.

Already Brak has escaped once from a hideous death before the stone idol. But the arm of Septegundus was long, his powers of sorcery unmeasured. Would Brak ever reach his goal among the fabled cities of Khurdisan?

 
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