Bili the Axe



Bili the AxeBILI LEADS HIS FORCES IN DESPERATE BATTLE AGAINST AN ARMY OF BLOODTHIRSTY INVADERS THE GATHERING OF THE HOST With The Help Of Powerful Inhuman Allies, Prince Bryuhn Has Persuaded Bili And His Warriors To Delay Their Return To Confederation Lands And Join In His Campaign Against The Deadly Invading Army That Threatens To Destroy New Kuhmbuhluhn But Even As Bili And His Warriors Rally To The Kuhmbuhluhmers Aid, The Forces Of The Witchmen Are On The Move Again Are Bili And Prince Bryuhn Galloping Straight Into A Steel Bladed Trap From Which Death Is The Only Release Cover Art For US Edition Ken KellyCover Art For UK Edition Luis Royo

Franklin Robert Adams August 31, 1933 January 4, 1990 was an American science fiction and fantasy writer, formerly a career soldier He is best known for his Horseclans books He wrote as Robert Adams, an abbreviated form of his full name Adams was an early pioneer of the post holocaust novel His Horseclans novels are precursors to many of today s attempts at this type of story, many of which do not exhibit his painstakingly detailed world view or extraordinary plot follow through many of his Horseclans books are so interlinked that they make sense only when read in order he did not create many stand alone books in the series Hallmarks of Adams style include a focus on violent, non stop action, meticulous detail in matters historical and military, strong description, and digressions expounding on various subjects from a conservative and libertarian viewpoint.

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  • Paperback
  • 185 pages
  • Bili the Axe
  • Robert Adams
  • English
  • 14 March 2018
  • 0451120213

10 thoughts on “Bili the Axe

  1. Charles says:

    This is my absolute favorite of Adams Horseclans books Great characters, great setting, great adventure I never liked the undying characters as much as the human characters, and Bili was very human but still a great hero.

  2. Ria says:

    Bili now very close to death recalls his many, many years of battles and adventures.In particular in this episode we hear of the epic war between Bili and his forces, slyly tricked into fighting for Prince Byruhn against the Ganik armies led by Erica who is desperately working her way across country with her Ganik army to get to the centre where the Witchmen are still plotting to get back their scientific equipment lost high in the hills after the quake a few books ago.

  3. Mohammad Ali Abedi says:

    There are 18 books, and I read until Book 10, Bili the Axe I read a bunch of these books, and eventually I got bored of it, but man, what a ride The story is set in a post apocalypse world Everything has gone wrong, from nuclear warfare to plagues, so nothing remains from our time This new world is run by barbarians and swords In the new world, there are a few changes Some clans have the ability to mindspeak to a few select animals, such as big cats which arelike panthers , and a seThere are 18 books, and I read until Book 10, Bili the Axe I read a bunch of these books, and eventually I got bored of it, but man, what a ride The story is set in a post apocalypse world Everything has gone wrong, from nuclear warfare to plagues, so nothing remains from our time This new world is run by barbarians and swords In the new world, there are a few changes Some clans have the ability to mindspeak to a few select animals, such as big cats which arelike panthers , and a select few have the power of immortality Such as our main character, the Undying High Lord Milo Milo starts up as a small clan leader, and eventually his clan starts growing bigger as the novels progress.The series is a manly fantasy story with none of the silly dancing elves stuff Every few pages, someone gets either killed or raped, and the good guys usually are responsible for both There isn t a really strong plot or characters to speak off, but if you have to want to pretend you are a man and raping some villagers and chopping off heads, then it can be fun

  4. Jim says:

    This is in the middle of the series and worth reading He s a memorable character introduced earlier on, so it was fun reading a book about him This breaks the rule below.After about book 6 or 7, I got a little worn out with the series I ve been meaning to go back read it again, since I didn t have the entire series all at once, but read it out of order, in scattered pieces across the years This is in the middle of the series and worth reading He s a memorable character introduced earlier on, so it was fun reading a book about him This breaks the rule below.After about book 6 or 7, I got a little worn out with the series I ve been meaning to go back read it again, since I didn t have the entire series all at once, but read it out of order, in scattered pieces across the years

  5. Timothy Boyd says:

    The Horseclans series is probably the best blend of fantasy and SiFi I have ever read Pretty much something for everyone in these books Great characters, epic storyline, fantastic writings My highest recommendation

  6. Jeff Cadoff says:

    I always felt that this book was the best Horseclans book So much fun to read.

  7. Duncan says:

    I read most of the Horseclans books when they were new this is really the only one that I have any memory of

  8. Peter says:

    Not a bad post apocalyptic series

  9. Fatbaldguy60 says:

    Again, Bili is ok, but there is too much repetition in the books with Bili.

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