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Red Nails

Red Nails by Robert E. Howard
By: (1906-1936)

Red Nails is a thrilling and action-packed novel that transports readers to a world of danger, adventure, and magic. The story follows the protagonist, Conan the Barbarian, as he embarks on a quest to a mysterious city filled with treacherous enemies and deadly secrets.

Robert E. Howard's vivid descriptions and fast-paced writing style make this book a captivating read from start to finish. The characters are well-developed and the plot is full of unexpected twists and turns that keep the reader engaged.

Throughout the novel, Conan faces countless challenges and battles, showcasing his strength, courage, and resourcefulness. The rich world-building and detailed settings bring the story to life, immersing the reader in a fantastical realm of sword fights, sorcery, and ancient civilizations.

Overall, Red Nails is a gripping and entertaining read that will appeal to fans of fantasy, adventure, and epic storytelling. Howard's masterful storytelling and compelling characters make this book a must-read for anyone looking for a thrilling and immersive literary experience.

Book Description:

Conan the Cimmerian pursues the beautiful and deadly pirate Valeria after she kills a Stygian only to find himself cornered by a dragon. Apparently this dragon doesn’t know who he’s messing with. The pair then encounters the city of Xuchotl with its warring factions and ancient secrets. Swordplay and sorcery ensue. – Red Nails is Howard’s final Conan story and was published in the July, August, September and October 1936 issues of Weird Tales magazine

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Reviews (Rated: 5 Stars - 1 review)

Reviewer: - February 4, 2018
Subject: Don't bother
Terrible reading of a great book. The narrator sounds like a computer. Very disappointing.

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