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  • Paperback
  • 225 pages
  • The Sailor on the Seas of Fate (Elric, #2)
  • Michael Moorcock
  • English
  • 10 December 2018
  • 0586208771

The Sailor on the Seas of Fate (Elric, #2) Leaving His Cousin Yrkoon Sitting As Regent Upon The Ruby Throne Of Melnibone, Leaving His Cousin Cymoril Weeping For Him And Despairing Of His Ever Returning, Elric Sailed From Imrryr, The Dreaming City, And Went To Seek An Unknown Goal In The World Of The Young Kingdoms Where Melniboneans Were At Best, Disliked.


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10 thoughts on “The Sailor on the Seas of Fate (Elric, #2)

  1. says:

    Holy crap I, Mark Lawrence, have read an entire book in 4 hours Admittedly I picked it up after discovering that it was only 24,000 words long, or 1 2oth of a George Martin epic EDIT over the long grind of this summer holiday I ve been writing a short story that I m being paid to write to inspire an Xbox game It s nearing the end and has just passed 40,000 words o Somebody stop me Still, the copy I have is a hardback, 40 years old, and at 169 pages, not an ex...

  2. says:

    4.0 stars Aaaaaaaaahhhh..A wonderful and deeply satisfying dose of that lush, rich Moorcockian prose is delivered directly into the fanboy center of the brain in this second injection of the Elric of Melnibone series In this treatment we are introduced to the mythos of the Eternal Champion as Elric hooks up with 3 of the EC s other primary avatars Corum Jhaelen Irsei, Dorian Hawkmoon and Erekose The four component badasses agree to undertake a mission to unleash a torrent of Grade A 4.0 stars Aaaaaaaaahhhh..A wonderful and deeply satisfying dose of that lush, rich Moorcockian prose is delivered directly into the fanboy center of the brain in thi...

  3. says:

    In this second volume of the series, Emperor Elric of Melnibone takes leave of his kingdom to discover the nature of the upstart human world that lies beyond his ancient Dragon Isle But instead the Lords of Chaos offer him a less common odyssey a journey upon the seas of fate that border other planes, other times and wash up on the shores of his own particular destiny.Elric has three distinct adventures 1 Sailing to the Future, in which together with three other incarnations of the Etern In this second volume of the series, Emperor Elric of Melnibone takes leave of his kingdom to discover the nature of the upstart human world that lies beyond his ancient Dragon Isle But instead the Lords of Chaos offer him a less common odyssey a journey upon the seas of fate that border other planes, other times and wash up on the shores of his own particular destiny.Elric has three distinct adventures 1 Sailing to the Future, in which together with three other incarnations of the Eternal Champion battles a pair of brother and sister sorcerers bent on destroying the worlds, 2 Sailing to the Present, in which he and his companion Count Smiorgan Baldhead find themselve...

  4. says:

    Too few fantasy authors ask what magic means, which is a problem, since, with a few notable exceptions, magic is what makes fantasy fantastical When reading Moorcock, it becomes clear you have found an author who is very interested in exploring what magic is, and who has made very deliberate decisions about what his magic means.Magic is a conceptual space It was created, inadvertently, as a representation of the inner reality of human thought, as opposed to the external reality of the phys Too few fantasy authors ask what magic means, which is a problem, since, with a few notable exceptions, magic is what makes fantasy fantastical When reading Moorcock, it becomes clear you have found an author who is very interested in exploring what magic is, and who has made very deliberate decisions about what his magic means.Magic is a conceptual space It was created, inadvertently, as a representation of the inner reality of human thought, as opposed to the external reality of the physical world Human beings saw the physical world around them and, in attempting to understand it, created a matching symbolic world in their heads.They looked at a river, which moves and changes, floods, and pulls people under, and they imagined a River Spirit for it They would have a string of bad luck, remember a person ...

  5. says:

    and leaving his cousin Yirkoon sitting as Regent upon the Ruby Throne of Melnibone, leaving his cousing Cymoril weeping for him and despairing of his ever returning, Elric sailed from Imrryr, the Dreaming city, and went to seek an unknown goal in the worlds of the Young Kingdoms where Melniboneans were, at best, disliked Elric has it all a rich island kingdom to rule, a beautiful woman s love, friends and enemies to make life interesting, plus a huge library to peruse Yet he is unsettledand leaving his cousin Yirkoon sitting as Regent upon the Ruby Throne of Melnibone, leaving his cousing Cymoril weeping for him and despairing of his ever returning, Elric sailed from Imrryr, the Dreaming city, and went to seek an unknown goal in the worlds of the Young Kingdoms where Melniboneans were, at best, disliked Elric has it all a rich island kingdom to rule, a beautiful woman s love, friends and enemies to make life interesting, plus a huge library to peruse Yet he is unsettled, restless, tormented by questions he cannot answer So he leaves it all behind and goes out in the world alone, unlike any other fantasy hero I know, not in search of fame or adventure, but for esoteric, metaphysical reasons that pit Order against Chaos in a conflict as old ...

  6. says:

    Absolutely amazing.No amount of words can explain just how great these two books are for either the world of Fantasy or of even regular Literature This is the template of which all other fantasies are but mere illusions or drawn out caricatures Heavy words, no Seriously Let me explain This is drawn i...

  7. says:

    Elric, the last Emperor of Melnibone, left his island empire to learnabout the world outside with a hope of finding a way to reverse the decline of his people s civilization During his travels he was accused of being a spy his race is not much trusted by outsiders but was able to flee from his imprisonment Being closely pursued he had no choice but to board a mysterious ship bound for an unknown destination unknown to everybody on board except for evenmysterious captain When Elric, the last Emperor of Melnibone, left his island empire to learnabout the world outside with a hope of finding a way to reverse the decline of his people s civilization During his travels he was accused of being a spy his race is not much trusted by outsiders but was able to flee from his imprisonment Being closely pursued he had no choice but to board a mysterious ship bound for an unknown destination unknown to everybody on board except for evenmysterious captain When I read this book I realized how it is refreshingly different from the majority of modern fantasy with its grittiness and minimal or even non existing magic If fact, some of the modern fantasy works can be considered historical fiction after some trivial changes, like renaming of the places, cities, nations, etc This book is as far from historical fiction as you can get Do you want grand sorcery with spectacular results You got it Do you want magical creatures unli...

  8. says:

    Terrific book In only 160 pages, Michael Moorcock can create complex worlds and memorable characters On to Book 3 in the series.

  9. says:

    This series was recommended to me by a friend After this second book I can honestly say I m not becoming a diehard fan of Moorcock He jumps around too much for my tastes I d rather he stick to one of his subplots, which have great potential, and really develop that instead of consta...

  10. says:

    ORIGINALLY POSTED AT Fantasy Literature.Michael Moorcock s Sailor on the Seas of Fate continues the adventures of Elric the albino emperor of Melnibon While his ambitious cousin Yyrkoon sits as regent, and his consort Cymoril doesn t know if he s dead or alive, Elric is in self exile, exploring other lands so that he can better understand his subjects He hopes to become aworthy emperor and, perhaps, to discover why his own race has lost what he calls its humanity For his ancestors a...

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