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Black Amazon of Mars and Other Works (Eric John Stark)

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This Halcyon Classics ebook contains three works by screenwriter and novelist Leigh Brackett. This collection includes an active table of contents for easy navigation.

Black Amazon of Mars
A World is Born
No Good From a Corpse
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Published (first published March 10th 2010)
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Kevin
I had forgotten how much I loved S&S before starting to read Brackett this week. Another terrific John Stark novel from Brackett, I've been on a Sword and Sorcery bender this past week and this story stands up to her others quite well, I particular liked the siege and the lead up to the battle.
Justin Howe
Reading a Brackett Mars novel is like reading a Western, a Noir, a Science Fiction, and Sword & Sorcery novel all in one. It's pulp and reads like pulp, but it's also masterfully done and it draws you along at breakneck speed. Perfect for scratching the itch for "exotic" adventure.
Ragnell
Found this one on feedbooks, and man I read right through it. Engaging pulp adventure. Not particularly innovative, but a fun way to spend a few hours.
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Leigh Brackett was born on December 7, 1915 in Los Angeles, and raised near Santa Monica. Having spent her youth as an athletic tom-boy - playing volleyball and reading stories by Edgar Rice Burroughs and H Rider Haggard - she began writing fantastic adventures of her own. Several of these early efforts were read by Henry Kuttner, who critiqued her stories and introduced her to the SF personalitie...more
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