List of works by Fred Saberhagen
Dracula was violent and ill-tempered but nonetheless is bound by his own sense of honor and is loyal to his loved ones. Dracula, in his mortal life, fought the encroachment of the Ottoman Turkish Empire into Europe. This series was often listed in Ace promotional materials as "The New Dracula".
His success with this series was such that he was hired to write the novelization of the movie Bram Stoker's Dracula. The Berserker stories tell about an ongoing war between humanity and the Berserkers. Saberhagen's Berserkers are self-replicating war machines programmed with one main objective: destroy all life. After destroying both their creators and the opposing side in a long-ago galactic war, the self-replicating Berserkers have continued to wipe out all forms of life that they encounter in the Milky Way, which leads to the cooperation and coordination of most of the sentient races in major attempts to defeat them.
Humankind, although relatively new to the galactic scene, is a major player because of its aggressive nature. The series spans a large range of both time and space, and so has less plot continuity than Saberhagen's other series. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Main article: Empire of the East series. Main article: Books of Swords.
One of 12 magical swords forged by the Gods, Wayfinder has the power to guide its possessor to whatever the seeker wants. Chance brings Wayfinder to Ben of Purkinje, who uses it to find Woundhealer, the sword with powers to cure the injured wife of Super saber-rattler Saberhagen strikes again, with the eighth installment of his popular Berserker series Berserker Fury, etc.
Solarian humanity is fighting galaxywide for survival against ultimate-weapon machines able to redesign themselves and In this plodding entry in veteran Saberhagen's Berserker series Berserker's Planet, etc. Unfortunately, the planet he.
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Saberhagen's Berserker series chronicles the ongoing conflict between space-faring humanity and the doomsday war machines of the title, programmed to exterminate all life. Emerging from the depths of the Mavronari Nebula, a berserker ship takes Set in the same universe as Saberhagen's excellent Empire of the East, this book continues its sitcom spin-off exploitation of the original fantasy concept.
For a game, the Gods created 12 Swords of Power, giving them to humans for use and misuse Best known for several long-running series Berserker, Swords, Dracula , Saberhagen is now working inventive changes on Greek myths. The story of Jason and the Argonauts provides the basis for this fourth myth-based novel after 's The Arms Proving that there's still abundant life in the oft-told Arthurian legends, Saberhagen's The Book of Swords reworking weaves together distant past, near future and fairy realm into a compelling and intriguing whole.
In the past, a troupe of After more than a decade, the Chicago-based Southerland A year before Anne Rice published Interview with the Vampire, Saberhagen published The Dracula Tape , in which he dreamed up a sympathetic vampire of his own, launching a horror subgenre. Now Saberhagen's Vlad Dracula returns for his ninth Saberhagen, whose Thorn mixed Arthurian legend, time travel and vampires, once again blurs genre distinctions in this horror fantasy featuring that beloved SF device, time travel.
Joe Keogh is a Chicago-based private investigator who is hired to The deadly struggle between the human Solarians and the berserkers, robot war machines dedicated to the extermination of organic life, continues in this disappointing entry in Saberhagen's far-future saga of interstellar warfare Berserker Kill, etc. In a confection featuring both Rumania's most famous legend and England's greatest detective, a stolid prose style could have been a virtue, an understated elegance.
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Yet the two voices of this novel--Prince Dracula's and Dr. Watson's, narrating Fantasy and historical fiction blend well in this tale of were-bears in Russia on the brink of its Revolution. American John Sherwood goes with his friend Gregori Lohmatski to hunt a man-eating bear on Gregori's estate, only to find that the Saberhagen established himself in the '60s and '70s with his intense, ambitious Berserker series of space operas. Lately, however, he has devoted himself increasingly to a more relaxed, playful sequence of fantasy adventures, the Books of Swords In his fifth Books of the Gods entry, veteran Saberhagen the Berserker, Dracula and Swords series offers a naturalistic retelling of Germanic myth, steering his usual middle course between the grittily realistic and the fantastic.
One survivor of Saberhagen continues the saga of the 12 magical swords responsible for havoc in a distant time.
A Matter of Taste
The first three books of this series recounted the stories of the swords called Woundhealer, Sightblinder and Stonecutter. This volume is focused on Returning to the milieu of his Swords trilogy, Saberhagen offers a new scenario. The gods have withdrawn from the human world and the 12 Swords of Power they had forged are now scattered, lost and hidden. The weapons are still coveted, though, by Saberhagen has given SF one of its most powerful images of future war in his Berserker series.
Created for a long-forgotten conflict, the berserkers are implacable, inimical killing machines that have been programmed to rebuild and redesign With this enticing novel, the prolific Saberhagen Ariadne's Web, reviewed above offers a prequel adventure to Gene Roddenberry's popular television series Earth: Final Conflict.
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