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Title:
Godslayer
Author:
Reichert, Mickey Zucker.
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Publication Information:
New York : DAW Books, [1987]

©1987
Physical Description:
222 pages ; 18 cm.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780886772079

9780886773724
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Book

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Summary

Mickey Zucker Reichert makes her smash debut with this exciting novel of an all-too-mortal human caught in the middle of a war between the gods. Al Larson, an American soldier in Vietnam, must adapt to a world where magic and sword blades, not machine guns and missiles, are the chosen weapons of war.


Summary

Mickey Zucker Reichert makes her smash debut with this exciting novel of an all-too-mortal human caught in the middle of a war between the gods. Al Larson, an American soldier in Vietnam, must adapt to a world where magic and sword blades, not machine guns and missiles, are the chosen weapons of war.


Author Notes

Mickey Zucker Reichert is a pseudonym for Miriam Susan Zucker. An American science fiction and fantasy author, she was born in 1962. In addition to being a writer, she is also a pediatrician.

Reichert was recently chosen by the estate of Isaac Asimov to write three prequels to I, Robot. In all, she has published over 22 novels and 50 short stories. She is known for the Renshai Chronicles, as well as, the Beasts of Barakhai and The Bifrost Guardians series. (Bowker Author Biography)


Mickey Zucker Reichert is a pseudonym for Miriam Susan Zucker. An American science fiction and fantasy author, she was born in 1962. In addition to being a writer, she is also a pediatrician.

Reichert was recently chosen by the estate of Isaac Asimov to write three prequels to I, Robot. In all, she has published over 22 novels and 50 short stories. She is known for the Renshai Chronicles, as well as, the Beasts of Barakhai and The Bifrost Guardians series. (Bowker Author Biography)


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Library Journal Review

Torn from the jungles of Vietnam and thrust by the god Freyr into the land of Midgard, Al Larson, now inhabiting an elven body, finds himself forced to deal with swords and magic while still fighting a nightmarish war in his head. Fans of Norse mythology should enjoy this sword-and-sorcery tale featuring a likeable hero with an all-too-common modern problem. JC (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.


Library Journal Review

Torn from the jungles of Vietnam and thrust by the god Freyr into the land of Midgard, Al Larson, now inhabiting an elven body, finds himself forced to deal with swords and magic while still fighting a nightmarish war in his head. Fans of Norse mythology should enjoy this sword-and-sorcery tale featuring a likeable hero with an all-too-common modern problem. JC (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.