Conan and the Gods of the Mountain (Adventures of Conan)
Fleeing the sorcerous destruction of a long-lost city, Conan fights side-by-side with Valeria of the Red Brotherhood, that notorious and voluptuous she-pirate. Pursued by deadly spies and assassins, the Cimmerian and Valeria find themselves caught squarely in the front ranks of a bloody and savage war. But greater peril lurks in the shadow of a vast and forbidding mountain...more
Mass Market Paperback, 280 pages
Published May 15th 1993 by Tor Books
(first published May 1993)
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Boring and convoluted, the first half alternates from scenes about politics amongst three different tribes, with scenes with Conan and Valeria walking endless miles first in the jungle, then in underground tunnels. It was so long and tedious, I was longing for Conan and the tribes to meet so the story could get somewhere. But then we get another 100 pages or so of Conan trying to prove himself to become an ally with one of the tribes (the first one he meets). It's only towards the end, after pag...more
Roland James Green is an American science fiction and fantasy writer and editor. He has written as Roland Green and Roland J. Green; and had 28 books in the Richard Blade series published under the pen name 'Jeffrey Lord'.More about Roland J. Green...