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Red Nails One Of The Strangest Stories Ever Written The Tale Of A Barbarian Adventurer, A Woman Pirate, And A Weird Roofed City Inhabited By The Most Peculiar Race Of Men Ever SpawnedThat Was The Weird Tales Editor S Original Terse Blurb For This Story S Magazine Publication There Was Another, Longer Less Coherent, But It Wouldn T Fit Here On The Back Cover Death Decay Red Nails Really Is Something Special It S Classic Conan Conan Lovers Consider Red Nails To Be One Of The Best, And You Know, They Make A Point

About the Author: Robert E. Howard

Robert Ervin Howard was an American pulp writer of fantasy, horror, historical adventure, boxing, western, and detective fiction Howard wrote over three hundred stories and seven hundred poems of raw power and unbridled emotion and is especially noted for his memorable depictions of a sombre universe of swashbuckling adventure and darkling horror He is well known for having create

10 thoughts on “Red Nails

  1. says:

    About a year ago, at a library book sale I ran across some collections of Conan stories, which were edited by Karl Edward Wagner These were labeled as Authorized I didn t pay much attention to that, because I thought I had read pretty much all of the Conan stories back in high sch

  2. says:

    If Howard produced a final draft, this may have become his, Stairway to Heaven Presumably created while he suffered from crippling depression caused by the declining health and eventual death of his Mother, compounded by a time of unsatisfactory relations with women generally, it s surpris

  3. says:

    I had the pleasure of first reading the Conan stories in the order Robert E Howard wrote them, which provided a peek into the mind of a profoundly troubled man Conan was the last major character he created, and towards the end of Howard s life, the world of Conan became progressively bleak and bar

  4. says:

    This is my 3rd Conan story to read and it is by far my favorite I d heard of Red Nails before, but didn t know anything about it What I found was an adventure that cements Howard title as a Sword Sorcery master Here we find Conan and his companion Valeria Those familiar with the 1982 movie will recog

  5. says:

    This was my first foray into the world of Conan, and boy, what a trip As I finished the story, I laughed at how little there was to actually take away from it as in, nothing but that s okay Comically racist and sexist, the story is a great adventure all the way through Now, I just have to find a reason to exclaim, S

  6. says:

    I have to say that I very much enjoyed this story There s a lot of early east Texas cultural baggage to get past Once I did, I enjoyed the primal adventure, sensuality, and moral inhibition of of this very well put together Conan story.Robert E Howard had a complex and contradictory consciousness For example, he s a lost cau

  7. says:

    Being a gigantic fan of all things fantasy, I am a big fan of the sword and sorcery Never having read any of the Conan novels, but being a fan of the movies, I decided to read these books.They certainly come out of a different era, but the fantasy elements of the lovable swashbuckler are still awesome and wonderful This was written w

  8. says:

    In my opinion, one of the strangest Conan stories ever written, and one of the best Sure, the character development is pathetic, but who cares A completely enclosed city, factions of the same tribe at war with one another, engaged in a violent competition, gorgeous women in loin cloths, a despot king, monsters from below, and a dinosaur They

  9. says:

    My very first foray into the realm of Conan the Barbarian A few things stood out for me.1 The mood and the setting had a tremendous feel Howard is not just some pulp fiction author he really knew his craft.2 Conan was far literate than I ever expected Probably the result of seeing the Conan movies so many years ago This was not disappointing in the l

  10. says:

    Robert E Howard s original Conan stories are much like Ian Fleming s Bond books utterly ridiculous but also incredibly entertaining I liked them, and I shall read

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