Fred Saberhagen (1930-2007) is widely published in many areas of speculative fiction. Less known are the myth-based fantasies Books of the Gods.
Fred Saberhagen (1930-2007) is widely published in many areas of speculative fiction. He is best known for his Berserker, Swords, and Dracula series. Fred also authored a number of non-series fantasy and science fiction novels and a great number of short stories.
This is complete list of works by American science fiction and fantasy author Fred Saberhagen
This is complete list of works by American science fiction and fantasy author Fred Saberhagen. Saberhagen's Dracula novels are based on the premise that vampires are morally equal to normal humans: they have the power to do good or evil; it is their choice. The first in the series, The Dracula Tape, is the story of Bram Stoker's Dracula told from Dracula's point of view.
Fred Saberhagen's "Pyramids" is what I like to call literary candy: fun but absolutely no nutritional value whatsoever. I believe that Saberhagen wrote two Pilgrim books. This one is a neat take on archaeology, Egypt, time travel, parallel universes and the like
Fred Saberhagen's "Pyramids" is what I like to call literary candy: fun but absolutely no nutritional value whatsoever. It's one of those books you can read in a sitting and then immediately forget about when you're done. The story is pretty silly action/adventure sci-fi (Think Indiana Jones meets Doctor Who meets "Stargate"). This one is a neat take on archaeology, Egypt, time travel, parallel universes and the like.
Pyramids (Pilgrim, by Fred Saberhagen.
Learning never exhausts the mind. by Roger Zelazny · Fred Saberhagen. Pyramids (Pilgrim, by Fred Saberhagen. The Sixth Book of Lost Swords: Mindsword's Story (Lost Swords, by Fred Saberhagen.
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When college student Tom Scheffler agrees to care for the luxury Chicago apartment of his great-uncle Montgomery Chapel, he soon realizes that traveler Chapel’s apartment contains more than a priceless collection of exquisite Egyptian artifacts. Fred Saberhagen (1930-2007) is widely published in many areas of speculative fiction. When Mike Gabrieli's neer'do'well brother Tom disappears shortly after discovering a fabulously valuable Aztec relic, Mike rightly suspects that this time the family's black sheep has got himself into the kind of trouble from which even Mike won't be able to extricate him.
Saberhagen has brought together some of the best fantasy writers in the field to create their own stories within the universe of his Lost Swords series. This book features works by Walter Jon Williams, Sage Walker, and a new tale by the master himself-Fred Saberhagen's "Blind Man's Blade"-reveals how the Swords were originally thrust into the human realm. Berserker Man. Fred Saberhagen.
Book in the Pilgrim Series). ISBN13:9780671656096.