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Prince Corum has defeated the Chaos Lord Arioch. But any peace for him and his faithful Rhalina is brief. His actions have evoked the murderous anger of Arioch’s sister, the dreaded Xiombarg. 

The Prince in the Scarlet Robe must continue his odyssey, face the terror of the Mabden armies, and challenge the might of the Queen of the Swords. Faced with immense powers of evil on all sides, only the legendary City of the Pyramid offers a glimmer of hope. But Corum must get there first, and along the way he will encounter horrifying creatures, strange forms of sorcery, and new planes of existence. 

Performed by Nanette Savard, Chris Genebach, Bradley Smith, Tracy Olivera, James Konicek, Lawrence Redmond, Thomas Keegan, Evan Casey, Matthew Keenan, Bob Payne, Colleen Delany, Todd Scofield, Terence Aselford, Patrick Bussink, Dylan Lynch, Gregory Linington, Scott McCormick, Richard Rohan.

©1971 Michael and Linda Moorcock (P)2016 Graphic Audio, LLC

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  • Gordon T.
  • 09-07-21

Good with some flaws

I read the book shortly after it was published in 1970’s and was looking forward to dramatized version. Quite good but two flaws IMHO : Rhalina speaks with a haughty tone like the lady of the manor; the groans and screams in the action scenes suffer from over-acting.