Prisoner of the Horned Helmet

Prisoner of the Horned Helmet taken from the back coverIn an age before Atlantis rose an age rife with sorcery and violence the earth trembled beneath the all conquering hooves of the Kitzaak Horde and only one man Gath of Baa
  • Title: Prisoner of the Horned Helmet
  • Author: James Silke Frank Frazetta
  • ISBN: 9780812538236
  • Page: 312
  • Format: Mass Market
  • Prisoner of the Horned Helmet
    taken from the back coverIn an age before Atlantis rose, an age rife with sorcery and violence, the earth trembled beneath the all conquering hooves of the Kitzaak Horde, and only one man, Gath of Baal, dares to confront the Kitzaak lances to stand between the never defeated armies and the lush valley that will, long millenia in the future, be known as the Mediterranean S taken from the back coverIn an age before Atlantis rose, an age rife with sorcery and violence, the earth trembled beneath the all conquering hooves of the Kitzaak Horde, and only one man, Gath of Baal, dares to confront the Kitzaak lances to stand between the never defeated armies and the lush valley that will, long millenia in the future, be known as the Mediterranean Sea To save the peaceful People of the Forest, Gath must dice with the gods, and the price he must pay is to become death made flesh, the Prisoner of the Horned Helmet.
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  • In 1973 Frank Frazetta painted The Death Dealer It is a rather provocative piece of work as far as fantasy art goes, featuring a sinister figure atop a large black steed and wielding a bloody axe face lost in shadow except for two smouldering red eyes gazing contemptuously out of the frame It also has its own entry.He stripped each body and made a blanket from their leather tunics He heaped their armor and weapons along with his broken axe and helmet on the blanket, tied them in a bundle He dran [...]


  • So much better than I was expecting A really fun, fast paced Sword and Sorcery origin tale I utterly devoured this book in a few hours Really looking forward to reading the rest of this four part series Highly recommended to all Fantasy fans, especially those who love the artwork of Frazetta.


  • An underrated and little known series but one that drips sword and sorcery from every page Demons, dark gods, drug swayed decadence, black magic, brutality, wonder, and even a sprinkling of innocence The book has it all in grand fashion.Plus it s cover art is Frank Frazetta It s worth having on your shelf for that alone.


  • My older brothers bought the Death Dealer books as they were coming out, so I was familiar with the character from an early age It was not until I was in my early teens that I read them for myself, and I read through the quartet again while living on my own in Arizona sometime in early 2003 I have been in need of some good fantasy, so I dusted off the Death Dealer and read the first book again Though I enjoyed the books a great deal in my youth, I was surprised at how poorly they were written Ja [...]


  • Enter a realm of myths, barbarians and magic.Simply put, if you like the Conan stories.You most likely will enjoy this.Gath is a large warrior living in seclusion.When enemy invaders, begin targeting his woodlands.Add some magic, gods, goddesses, along with a cursed helmet.Sorcery and savagery.With a nice amount of detail to settings and good story flow.Not bad for an opening book, in a series.Added bonus.The Frank Frazetta artwork on the covers.


  • This was first in a series of books based on Frank Frazetta s painting of Death Dealer There are 4 in the series and all have covers featuring the Death Dealer character.I had very high hopes for these and they didn t quite live up to what I hoped for, but that s not the author s fault They were in general pretty good, with an intersting character and a lot of bloody good fighting.


  • This was a revisit for me, I read it a couple of times before I just truly enjoy the art of Frazetta and for one of his creations to have a few books that give it life.well I am willing to give it a try I think this is my favorite in the series Though I have enjoyed the others quite a bit.


  • A solid sword and sorcery novel painting a bleak world that is magical, interesting, deadly, and gritty Do not think you are stepping into a Tolkien fantasy when you open this one, this is a real, adult, and dangerous world.


  • My boyfriend loves this series He knows that I love to read so he gave me the first book It took a minute to get into it but boy am I glad that I stayed with it Is it e best book ever written No But it has good entertainment value I look forward to reading the rest of this series.



  • It has been said that art is a tryst, for in the joy of it maker and beholder meet Kojiro TomitaI feel like I got fucked by this one So, so bad.


  • Gath is like Conan if Conan had a learning disability I d say he is a bad character, but he has no character in the first place The moron stares and grunts throughout the entire book while bland sidekicks lead the way.I thought I was getting some old school, pulpy sword and sorcery Instead I read a book about heaving chests and straining muscles Seriously, the way the author describes everything has some weird sexual undertones that I didn t want at all.Huge miss here I want stuff like Howard a [...]



  • The Kitzaak Horde is overtaking and devouring all the land they come across When they reach the lands of forest dwelling barbarians the never defeated army seems assured of victory Only one man, Gath of Baal, has any hope of stopping them With the help of a magical helmet belonging to the Master of Darkness, Gath becomes the Death Dealer, an unstoppable demon with a thirst for blood But the helmet extracts a price for its service one that may cost Gath his life.At first, it was a little hard for [...]


  • It was a long time ago when I read the series I was in my mid to late 30 s Hardcore executive headhunter all stressed out A friend offered the books to me My Step son read lots of sic fi and some fantasy I loved Tolkien after high school What the heck I took them I needed something Immediately into the first paperback I loved it If it s fantasy, then it worked I fell into that world and enjoyed the images and characters in real time, so to speak.I don t have much to compare this style of writing [...]


  • Being an instrument of death and destruction is a great deal of responsibility No matter how tough and strong a person can become, having good armor will prevent you from having an unforeseeable and unpleasant encounter with a sword When Gath feels the power radiating from a certain horned helmet he is instantly drawn to a path which will alter his destiny The dialogue for Gath in the book is quite rare, although the personalities of the characters surrounding him begin to develop as the book pr [...]


  • For starters, this is a book that was written for its cover The pace of the book was gripping, I found myself sitting down one afternoon and before I knew it I was half way through the book Gath had a surprising amount of character beyond just being a powerful barbarian I absolutely loved the story and the detail within The action sequences are vivid, down to the numbness of his arm behind a battered shield If you have the opportunity to acquire and read this book do so


  • The Death Dealer books are based on the famous fantasy painting, of the same name, by Frank Frazetta and written by Jim Silke who is also a fantastic artist There have also been comic books created based on the Death Dealer The 4 issue series written by Glenn Danzig and illustrated by Simon Bisley issue 1 , Liam Sharp issues 2 and 3 , and by Arthur Suydam issue 4 has covers by Frank Frazetta himself ALL of these are extremely good and a must have for fantasy lovers.


  • Pr jemn r chla akcia pripom najuca mi pr behy o Conanovi Namakan neporazite n barbar sa h be, bojuje, zab ja, nec ti boles , kos nepriate ov po tuctoch V etko to r chlo ods pa a zauj mav je aj lenenie na kr tke kapitoly Teraz ke sa tak nad t m zamysl m si predstavujem cel kni ku v hlavnej lohe s Arnoldom Mal s boje inklinuj k fin lnej bitke s Bossom, tak e mi to aj pripom na oldschool po ta ov hru.


  • The I think about this book the I remember and the I realise how much I liked it The world and the characters are very intriguing and richly created It may not be groundbreaking or high literature, but that really doesn t matter It s an exciting story with some strong characters in a well envisioned world.


  • Frazetta is a wonderful artist unfortunately, he writes as he paints with an unimaginable level of detail In art, this makes for beauty In writing, this makes for purple prose that goes nowhere and goes very, very, very slowly This is one of two books that I am simply unable to finish reading it is just painful.


  • I read the series a long time back It was fun and I still remember parts of the story line Do I remember it ending with a Mowgli realization Or am I just that far removed I m a bit less into the rend enemies into bloody shards genre, but I ll probably find a copy of this on a used bookshelf library and give it another read sometime soon.


  • I was very excited to learn that a series of books had been written based on Frank Frazetta s Death Dealer paintings Frazetta is my favorite artist and I hoped the books would do his paintings justice Alas it was not to be, not a bad fantasy book overall just not up to representing the awesome art of Frazetta in my opinion Recommended


  • It is what it is An action book about a Barbarian who is cooler than Conan in my opinion I read this book a long time ago when I was about 12 It was one of the first Fantasy books I ve read and it got me started into reading .


  • I didn t finish this book Really, I couldn t finish it I traditionally give a book 50 pages I ve read lots of books I don t like Books I even have a visceral detest towards I could not get past about page 30 I do not see the appeal of this book.


  • This book exceeded my expectations The author managed to create and maintain a pace of fury through all the story that could be matched only by Robert E Howard, if he were still alive I am reading the entire series and so far, I am enjoying every page.



  • I was only 12 years old when I first read this incredibly gory bloody and overwhelmingly awesome book and I ve read it so many times since then and it just gets better and better




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