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Publisher's Summary

From World Fantasy Lifetime Achievement Award-winner Michael Moorcock comes the second installment in his famous Elric of Melnibone series.

In one of the most well-known and well-loved fantasy epics of the 20th century, Elric is the brooding, albino emperor of the dying Kingdom of Melnibone. After defeating his nefarious cousin and gaining control over the epic sword, Stormbringer, Elric, prince of ruins, must decide what he’s willing to sacrifice in a fight against Armageddon. 

Stormbringer is the second in Michael Moorcock’s incredible series, which has transformed the fantasy genre for generations.

©2021 Michael Moorcock (P)2021 Recorded Books

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Please fix the formatting

Elric is one of my favorite fantasy series of all time, so when I heard there would be a set of three omnibuses that put the series in order I was thrilled. I love the physical copy of this book but I wanted to check out audio book because I want this story to be as accessible as humanly possible. So it disappoints me that the audiobook doesn’t split show you which book you’re in with the chapters section. Nor are there any chapter titles. This could have easily been formatted the same way as a Stormlight Archive book. So I don’t know why it wasn’t. It isn’t a big deal for me as I’ve read the whole series before. But I do not envy the people whose first experience this wonderful saga via the audiobook.

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Fixed

The issues regarding chapter divisions have been fixed. It has all the chapter names so one can easily peruse and find whatever one is looking for if you want to skip around. This audiobook (like the last one) had this same issue for about three days after release date but was quickly fixed. I imagine when the last book comes out it will also have a three day delay or so before we get the nice chapter divisions.

What more can one say about the mighty Elric? These stories have been out since the 70’s and are about a the last emperor of a vast empire who wields a sword sword that gives the user great power but destroys all the wielder lives. The tone is melancholy and ironic with a prose that many today would call “purple” but I really enjoy. This collection has some of the best stories with a fantastic narrator.

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StormBringer

another great book! just as I remember. I was a child when I'd read this one originally. 40 some odd years later it all comes back once again. this story was my only friend as I survived as a homeless abused child. it gave me strength then and reminds me now of all life as given and taken. wow! what a great story! the reader has done a great job in the reading of the story. I truly appreciate the calming effect his voice brings. hearing the trials and tribulations Elric goes through causes a reflection on ones own life, and a sort of comparison. my own trials were there to forge the man I'd become, the father, and the grandfather. I've no regrets or hostility for it. just an appreciation for life and all it's stories. Enjoy this story, it's a great one!
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