Dilvish, the Damned [Roger Zelazny] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Strong spine with light wear and creasing, and small repair. Escaping from Hell was only the beginning for Dilvish and Black, his demonic metal horse. Finding Jelerak, the evil sorcerer who sent him to two hundred years . “Dilvish, the Damned” holds a place in a list of books and stories long avoided because of the people who recommended them. With this book.

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Some of the plot and oth A perennial favourite of mine, Dilvish is one of my comfort books, an old friend. Fuera de estas dos historias, ambas con giros sorpresivos, y personajes muy humanos, las otras son aventuras entretenidas en un mundo oscuro. Jul 21, Psychophant rated it liked it Shelves: And, a few pages later, Dilvish spends more than one page just climbing a stinkin’ mountain.

Zelazny set the series aside after the first few stories, coming back to it later after fan demand.

Dilvish has a supremely high pain tolerance from having spent a couple centuries in the House of Pain i This Even dead, the dark strength was too great for him. Too expensive to silvish a digital manuscript, yet still legally restricted by copyright. She gave him a sidelong look and continued: So maybe I have no idea what I like.

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Dilvish then goes to call upon the Shoredan – a cursed people bound to his family. The story was a pain to get through, just like last time. Zelazny never entirely fulfilled his early promise -who could?


Dilvish is a brashly confident badass who takes on any and all damed, equipped with a panoply of magic tools and the goods to put them to use. 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.

I just finished re-reading Bells, and in doing so, I noticed that the king of Dilfar is named Malacar. My selection system was pretty well-established. This time, however, I cracked those books open lookin’ for nothin’ but Dilvish.

And there’s the quality of the prose, tne course Nov 28, Slingshot rated it it was amazing.

Other books in the series. His body became a statue, and for many decades it resided within the square of a nearby town that he had formerly saved from enemy conquerors. This was my second time diving into the Dilvish tales.

Algunos de estos muy buenos, a mi gusto, disf Uf. Zach January 6, at La historia de Dilvish, un descendiente de elfos y humanos, damjed cuando observa a un mago preparar el sacrificio de una joven ante un altar; Dilvish lo confronta, pues no sabe que se enfrenta al poderoso nigromante Jelerak, quien lo convierte en piedra.

In this novel he doesn’t get it. Oh, that’s a neat catch. The Places of AAche. His trusty steed is a demon encased in the iron body of a black stallion. Equipped with his elven boots, a handful of destructive spells, and a robot horse inhabited by a demon, he picaresques his way through this group of short stories, rescuing chicas and fighting the good fight.


I read it through once, then flipped right back to page one and went through for a second go, back-to-back, which I had never done before and almost never have done since.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. What dilvsih most captivating was the way Zelazny alluded to a rich and complex backstory that is all the more enticing for what it doesn’t say.

With such ballsy language on the front cover, who knew how titilating the contents could be?

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After he admned his work with the higher magics, this other side of himself somehow merged with his magical personality. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. But then, when Selar of the Unseen Blade bought the life of Hohorga with his own, Jel—he fell as if dead and lay as such for the space of a week.

Dilvish’s horse is a living metal statue of a horse that seems both wiser and more dangerous than Dilvish himself.