Tubb turn his hand to fantasy
There was something eerie about the storm . . . The blizzard had risen too fast, the wind howling as if from the throat of a rabid dog . . .the entire world had turned into a featureless hell of ubiquitous white. A world in which Malkar knew himself . . . to be completely lost.
I adore Tubb stories, and his Dumarest series of books. At this best Tubb's writing is sublime. He describes people, places, events and worlds in rich, poetic detail. This tale rattles along at a fair pace. Lots of action, terrible villains and monsters. Sure, some of the text comes from previous Tubb stories such as, "Planet of Dread" but so what? With Ron Turner completing an awesome cover, I absolutely loved it.
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