[ epub pdf ] Dilvish, the Damned Author Roger Zelazny – Bilb-weil.de

Contents Passage To Dilfar Ss Fantastic FebThelinde S Song Ss Fantastic JunThe Bells Of Shoredan Ss Fantastic MarA Knight For Merytha Ss Kallikanzaros The Places Of Aache Ss Other Worlds , Ed Roy Torgeson, Zebra,A City Divided Ss The White Beast Ss Whispers OctTower Of Ice Na Flashing Swords , Ed Lin Carter, Dell,Devil And The Dancer Nv Garden Of Blood Ss Sorcerer S Apprentice Dilvish, The Damned Nv


10 thoughts on “Dilvish, the Damned

  1. Evgeny Evgeny says:

    This is a collection of eleven short interconnecting stories from a great Master with the capital M of science fiction and fantasy written in sword and sorcery genre The general theme is the following A guy called Dilvish tried to interrupt a dark ritual by a white wizard gone bad who cursed the former by turning his body into a statue and sending his spirit straight to Hell I mean the literal place Some time later three hundred years Dilvish somehow escaped with a prize of a horse righ This is a collection of eleven short interconnecting stories from a great Master with the capital M of science fiction and fantasy written in sword and sorcery genre The general theme is the following A guy called...


  2. Nikola Pavlovic Nikola Pavlovic says:

    Ovo delo se sastoji od 11 koliko toliko povezanih prica o Delvisu Prokletom Junaku koji na sve nacine pokusava da se osveti zlom carobnjaku koji ga je u trenutku njegove najvece slave okamenio na 200 godina Razbibriga za sve ljubitelje epske fantastike Na trenutke fantasticna...


  3. Mladen Mladen says:

    Jo jednom sjajan Zelazni s junakom koji balansira na razme i suprotnosti polu ovek poluvilenjak, antijunak koji eli da ini dobra dela, dobro initelj koji se rukovodi sopstvenim motivima eljom za osvetom, spadalo u smrtno ozbiljnim situacijama, s puno sjajnih avantura, neo ekivanih obrta Sve to upakovano u nekoliko povezanih pri a kojima gradi sliku u Dilvi u na razli ite na ine direktnim opisom, vizijama, fle bekovima, pripovestima iz pro losti.Sve u svemu, neodoljiv junak koji se l Jo jednom sjajan Zelazni s junakom koji balansira na razme i suprotnosti polu ovek poluvilenjak, antijunak koji eli da ini dobra dela, dobro initelj koji se rukovodi sopstvenim motivima eljom za osvetom, spadalo u smrtno ozbiljnim situacijama, s puno sjajnih avantura, neo ekivanih obrta Sve to upakovano u nekoliko povezanih pri a kojima gradi sliku u Dilv...


  4. Jim Jim says:

    Written after The Changing Land this book gives us several short stories about Dilvish before the events in The Changing Land For a first read, I d do so in the published order After, I think reading this one first is the way to go While some of the wonder is taken from The Changing Land , the added depth to the story makes up for it.It s a good sword sorcery novel collection of short stories written in a mostly straight forward manner One story is told in an epic mode You can al Written after The Changing Land this book gives us several short stories about Dilvish before the events in The Ch...


  5. Olethros Olethros says:

    De lo que se entend a por evasi n en otras pocas G nero Narrativa fant stica.Lo que nos cuenta En el libro Dilvish, el maldito publicaci n original Dilvish, the Dammed, 1982 conoceremos a Dilvish Tras m s de dos siglos convertido en piedra, y con su esp ritu en el agujero m s profundo del Infierno por la acci n del mago Jelerak, Dilvish el Maldito est libre y busca venganza El camino en busca de su enemigo ser dif cil, lleno de trampas y aventuras Fix Up de relatos sobre el protag De lo que se entend a por evasi n en otras pocas G nero Narrativa fant stica.Lo que nos cuenta En el libro Dilvish...


  6. Kala Kala says:

    A perennial favourite of mine, Dilvish is one of my comfort books, an old friend For a series of short stories, it hangs together very well Dilvish is a bit of a mirror hero, in that the reader can project their own aspirations onto him, rather than being subsumed by his drives Dilvish s needs are simple Find and defeat his enemy.From some perhaps it makes the stories and characterization thin but for me, it adds to the richness of the storytelling and world building.Some of the plot and oth A perennial favou...


  7. Ramón Nogueras Pérez Ramón Nogueras Pérez says:

    Dilvish es un tipo medio humano y medio elfo que ha pasado 200 a os en el infierno por interrumpir un sacrificio del hechicero Jelerak Ahora ha vuelto, con un caballo demon aco hecho de acero llamado Black, y ganas de ajustar cuentas Con esta premisa, Zelazny nos presenta una serie de relatos breves, en la mejor tradici n de la literatura fant stica, algunos de los cuales tienen que ver con esta venganza, y otros son simplemente cosas que pasan al protagonista mientras cumple su misi n que no Dilvish es un tipo medio humano y medio elfo que ha pasado 200 a os en el infierno por interrumpir un sacrificio del hechicero Jelerak Ahora ha vuelto, con un caballo demon aco hecho de acero llamado Black, y ganas de ajustar cue...


  8. Pablo Bueno Pablo Bueno says:

    En esta obra, Zelazny nos presenta un h roe con un pasado terrible condenado durante dos siglos en el infierno, Dilvish consigue liberarse para buscar venganza contra los que lo arrojaron a dicho tormento ayudado por un ser que asume la forma de un caballo de acero.Dicho as , pinta m s que bien, verdad Bueno, lo cierto es que la materializaci n no est tan conseguida fundamentalmente por dos cuestiones En primer lugar, a veces el tono es tan l rico, sobre todo al comienzo, que casi nos hace s En esta obra, Zelazny nos presenta un h roe con un pasado terrible condenado durante dos siglos en el infierno, Dilvish consigue liberarse para buscar venganza contra los que lo arrojaron a dicho tormento ayudado por un ser que asume la forma de un caballo de acero.Dicho as , pinta m s que bien, verdad Bueno, lo cierto es que la materializaci n no est tan conseguida fundamentalmente por dos cuestiones En primer lugar, a veces el tono es tan l rico, sobre todo al comienzo, que casi nos hace saborear la pica m s cl sica Los primeros compases me recordaron un poco a La Espada Rota de Poul Anderson Pero en otras ocasiones, sobre todo en los di logos, pierde bastante ese car cter y desentona, esp...


  9. Chris Chris says:

    This is a collection of stories which Zelazny wrote over a period of at least 14 years As such, the flow of the writing tends to shift somewhat The earliest stories are the most spare and economical in terms of prose, and also the most lyrically written, being almost poetic at times While the later stories tendtowards relaxed prose, and greater detail and nuance in the flow of the stories All of them are good, but they do bear the hallmarks of the timeframe in which Zelazny wrote the This is a collection of stories which Zelazny wrote over a period of at least 14 years As such, the flow of the writing tends to shift somewhat The earliest stories are the most spare and economical in terms of prose, and also the most lyrically written, being almost poetic at times While the later stories tendtowards relaxed prose, and greater detail and nuance in the flow of the stories All of them are good, but they do bear the hallmarks of the timeframe in which Zelazny wrote them Sadly, this collection also falls into the awkward grey limbo of copyright The stories are still under copyright as of this review , but they are old enough to have been written with analog manuscripts As such legal digital copies do not exist Additionally, Zelazny s heirs do not control the copyrights on his works So, whi...


  10. Rhys Rhys says:

    Utterly conventional fantasy from a master of the form But is it really so conventional Dilvish is a standard hero in many ways, chivalrous, courageous, a skilled swordsman, a rescuer of damsels in distress, and he is possessed of almost no cynicism or greed.His deadly enemy Jelerak the sorceror is almost a textbook villain, utterly cruel, arrogant, supremely powerful and extremely evil He imprisoned Dilvish in Hell for two hundred years after Dilvish unwittingly interrupted one of Jelerak s Utterly conventional fantasy from a master of the form But is it really so conventional Dilvish is a standard hero in many ways, chivalrous, courageous, a skilled swordsman, a rescuer of damsels in distress, and he is possessed of almost no cynicism or greed.His deadly enemy Jelerak the sorceror is almost a textbook villain, utterly cruel, arrogant, supremely powerful and extremely evil He imprisoned Dilvish in Hell for two hundred years after Dilvish unwittingly interrupted one of Jelerak s magical ceremonies...