Michael Moorcock arguably the best author of all time

Editorial Reviews

Review

“The greatest writer of post-Tolkien British fantasy.”
—Michael Chabon, New York Times bestselling author of The Yiddish Policemens Union
“I owe a lot to Moorcock, as does fantasy at large. If you haven’t read his books, you’re missing something grand.”
—Brandon Sanderson, New York Times bestselling author of The Way of Kings
“Moorcock changed the field single-handedly: he’s a giant. He has kept me entertained, shocked, and fascinated for as long as I have been reading.”
—Tad Williams, New York Times bestselling author of the Otherland series

“The vast, tragic symbols by which Mr. Moorcock continually illuminates the metaphysical quest of his hero are a measure of the author’s remarkable talents.”
—J.G. Ballard

“A giant of fantasy.” —Kirkus Reviews

“A giant in the history of science fiction and fantasy—and mainstream literature.” —The Guardian

“[His stories] are the spells that first drew me into Moorcock’s luminous and captivating webs.” —Alan Moore, New York Times bestselling author of Watchmen and V For Vendetta

About the Author

MICHAEL MOORCOCK, widely acknowledged as one of the premiere masters of SF and fantasy and selected by The Times of London as one of the fifty greatest British writers since 1945, is the author of dozens of works of SF, fantasy, and mainstream fiction, such as the Elric sequence (starting with The Stealer of Souls), the Corum Series (starting with Knight of Swords), the Hawkmoon series (starting with Jewel in the Skull). He has received the World Fantasy Award for life achievement and was named an SFWA Grand Master in 2008. He lives in Texas.

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