Book Reviews of Conan and the Manhunters (Conan)

Conan and the Manhunters (Conan)
Conan and the Manhunters - Conan
Author: John Maddox Roberts
ISBN-13: 9780812524895
ISBN-10: 0812524896
Publication Date: 10/15/1994
Pages: 288
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.

3.3 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Tor Fantasy
Book Type: Paperback
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I have a soft spot for Conan, but this was just not a very memorable book. It isn't bad, just nothing really stands out about it. More of a Conan the soldier book than a Conan fighting dark monsters book.
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Not a bad story, but not as good as the original 12 Conan books. A typical fantasy adventure, certainly enjoyable.
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Treasure beyond imagining waited in the temple of Ahriman, a god so evil and terrifying that even the despicable priests of Set aided in his banishment. None dared to steal the treasure-until Conan came to Shapur. Now he must smuggle tons of gold and jewels past the city guards and escape to a place of safety, while pursued by the most efficient and dangerous band of manhunters ever assembled, led by a warrior whose skills and ferocity rival Conan himself. But greater dangers lurk when Conan returns to the temple-and the priests of Ahriman conspire to bring their fearsome deity back into the world.