Jack of Shadows – Roger Zelazny

On a tidally locked planet, the two sides are protected by different shields – scientific on the sunward side, magical on the spaceward side. Notorious thief and dark lord Shadowjack, killed only to resurrect in the Dung Pits of Glyve, plots an intricate revenge, only to find that enacting it will shift the the whole world. I’m a big Zelazny fan, and books like Jack of Shadows are the reason why. It’s not a perfect…

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The Dead Man’s Brother – Roger Zelazny

Ovid Wiley, a former art dealer turned smuggler, becomes involved with a murder and an international conspiracy. An undiscovered Zelazny novel! If you’re an SF enthusiast, you long ago discovered Roger Zelazny’s amazing talent. You’ve read Lord of Light, the Amber books, everything you could find. (check out The Collected Stories of Roger Zelazny) So, when you run across something new, your heart races, your pulse pounds, you immediately click and order. Sure, international crime…

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The Collected Stories of Roger Zelazny – Roger Zelazny

Collected Stories of Roger Zelazny #1-6 The complete short fiction and poetry of Roger Zelazny. Roger Zelazny deserves every bit of his status as a legendary SFF author. At his best (which he often was – see Lord of Light), his prose verged on poetry without ever losing its readability. His short fiction (gathered in several partial collections over the years) was as good, if not better. So, running across a complete collection of his…

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