Ghor, Kin-slayer: The Saga of Genseric's Fifth-born Son

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Necronomicon Press, 1997 - Fantasy fiction - 176 pages
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An unfinished novel by Howard, it was completed by 16 top fantasy authors, each writing one chapter, including one by Kentucky author Andrew J. Offutt.

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Review: Ghor, Kin Slayer: The Saga Of Genseric's Fifth Born Son

User Review  - Chris - Goodreads

If people don't know the story behind this book, a magazine in the 70s decided that they would have authors finish a tale of which REH wrote a single chapter back in the day. This book is all of the ... Read full review

Review: Ghor, Kin Slayer: The Saga Of Genseric's Fifth Born Son

User Review  - Charles - Goodreads

This is an interesting but badly flawed book. It's flawed because it was written in a round-robin style by some 17 authors, each of whom wrote a chapter that built upon the previous author's chapter ... Read full review

Contents

Genserics Son by Robert E Howard
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The Coming of Ghor by Karl Edward Wagner
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Ghors Revenge by Joseph Payne Brennan
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