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Armchair Fiction > Double Novels


Armchair Fiction presents extra-large editions of classic horror and fantasy double novels with original illustrations. The first novel is a Fritz Leiber science-fantasy, “Scylla’s Daughter.”  Sword and sorcery heroes Gray Mouser and Fafhrd thought that they were assigned the easy task of helping to transport grain and provisions to Movarl. What they deemed a “cushy” job would be anything but—!  Hisvin, the father of the Demoiselle Hisvet, had arranged the delivery of twelve talented white gift-rats to the Overlord Glipkerio. When one of the seven ships disappeared into the night along with one of the white gift-rats, coupled with the emergence of a German-born time traveler who rode a six-headed dragon, the crew of the Squid truly learned the secrets of love and betrayal.   Join acclaimed writer Fritz Leiber in a humorous and adventure-filled short novel that was a finalist for the 1962 Hugo Award for Short Fiction and would later inspire the Leiber’s full-length novel “The Swords of Lankhmar.”The outer space adventure, “Terrors of Arelli” by Aladra Septama is the second novel.  They were trapped on a planet of tentacled death!  Here’s what Amazing Stories editor T. O’Conor Sloane had to say about this exciting tale:  In “The Princess of Arelli,” author Aladra Septama was much concerned with the televisophonic communication with the inhabitants (as he found them) on the moon, and his hero’s trial flight across the void.  In this sequel, however, interstellar travel being an established fact, the story is concentrated in its entirety on our satellite, the moon.  It is quite logical to assume that since this is the closest body beyond the Earth’s atmosphere, man will naturally try to solve its mysteries during the first experimental stages of interstellar travel, if and when that time comes.  Until such time, it will be impossible to say what might be found upon—or perhaps below—the cold surface of the moon.  As a writer of thrilling scientific fiction, this author needs no further comment.  We can, without any hesitation say, “Terrors of Arelli” is even better than its predecessor.

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