The Coming of the Horseclans eBook ç The Coming

A violent lusty saga of barbaric nomads on their journey to reclaim their homeland in the 27th century post cataclysmic AmericaMILO OF MORAIover 650 years old and immune to death by ordinary means he appears in fulfillment of The Prophecy of the Return to lead the Tribe of Horseclansmen back to their homeland by the sea Aided by huge tigerlike prairie cats and the vicious fighting horses with whom he communicates by Mindspeak Milo and his thundering nation on horseback battle their way eastwardThe story is set in the twenty seventh century AD in a world still submerged in barbarism and chaos Six hundred years earlier a succession of man made and natural disasters destroyed whole continents and races changing the face of the earth New empires are now being formed by men who possess the savage fighting skills of their ancestors along with super normal mental powers of new world man


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    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths The Coming of the Horseclans and the series it spawns series by Robert Adams no relation to yours truly is a post apocalyptic pulp fiction series that doesn’t take itself too seriously It is about gory battles psychic animals a brutal world and larger than life heroes and villains Or as the author himself put it The following tale is a fantasy pure and simple It is a flight of sheer imagination It contains no hidden meanings and none should be read into it none of the sociological economic political religious or racial “messages” with which far too many modern novels abound are herein contained The Coming of the Horseclans is rather intended for the enjoyment of any man or woman who has ever felt a twinge of that atavistic urge to draw a yard of sharp flashing steel and with a wild war cry recklessly spur a vicious stallion against impossible oddsThe tale is set in a 27th century post apocalyptic America where a past nuclear and biological war has completely transformed the world The protagonist Milo of Morai a mutant from the 20th century has survived all these centuries returning now to the horseclans he helped create to fulfill his own prophecy by leading them to their ancestral homeland Well sort of Naturally the journey is fraught with danger as the clans cross a near unrecognizable America where decadent city dwellers other Immortals and vicious survival rules the dayWhat drew me to this series back in the early 1980s was the concept of the story and the amazing pulp covers Being a huge lover of sword and sorcery fiction by Robert E Howard and others at the time this book seemed like a can’t miss for my reading tastes I mean if I loved Conan the Barbarian fighting wizards and monsters across the Hyborean world of the distant past why wouldn’t a story of a post apocalyptic world where nomadic warriors Think Mongolian horde with mutant horses telepaths ancient technology and Immortals fighting for control of the world not entertain me? It was pulp fiction fun with a modern twist A can’t miss like I saidNow to be completely transparent I didn’t like this novel or the series as much as I wanted to It was a bit too brutal for my tastes back then The heroes and villains too violent too callous and too prone to rape anyone who didn’t move out of the way quick enough The plot lines fairly straight forward and predictable And the writer’s style was adequate but never very refined So while I did read several books after this one I soon lost interest and never returnedEven with my lack of love I still feel this book and the Horseclans series in general is one which should not be forgotten For its time it was a thrilling realistic pulp fiction story which was short The longest novel was only 253 pages The average length of a novel was 202 violent yet realistic The author was a Vietnam veteran who understood the horrors of combat and their aftermath and mixed science fiction with fantasy into a nice mixture So I’d encourage lovers of pulp fiction to go out grab copies of this and the first few books and see if this adventure series is the entertainment you crave