The fortress of the pearl by Michael Moorcock, , Ace Books edition, Read in-browser or download the ePub / PDF from Internet Archive. Michael Moorcock, Elric of Melnibone. Elric: The Fortress of the Pearl is the second volume of the definitive collection of Elric stories by Michael Moorcock published in narrative chronological order by Gollancz as part of The Michael Moorcock Collection. It is preceded by Elric. Views KB Size Report. DOWNLOAD EPUB Michael Moorcock - Elric 8 - The Fortress of the Pearl · Read more.
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So I want to know which books should I download. Moorcock's official site has this reading order FAQ which I found to be useful, several of the orders are very similar. I read in the order listed as "The 'Core' Saga" and then read other stories as I came across them. There isn't any particular order you HAVE to read the books in, because I didn't write them in chronological order. They've been published in chronological order most recently, but you wouldn't have read them like that when they were originally appearing.
I didn't read the comic first because it came out in , but the art is lovely so I like his suggestion.
I'm in the same boat as you wanting to read them all. Luckily I found this: That said I don't know if there is another, better way they can be enjoyed.
So I'd be interested to hear from others what they think. Hopefully that helps.
I think that listing is interesting, but I'm not sure the chronological order is the way to go. Elric at the End of Time , in particular, is not something I'd advise a reader approach as part of some sort of Elric continuity. While it might fit in before Weird of the White Wolf if it needs to be fit in anywhere, the title story is an Elric parody more than an actual part of his saga.
And Fortress of the Pearl might fit into a normal continuity alright, but it's a bad book, written after Moorcock had run out of steam and developed some apparent contempt for his character and before he rediscovered Elric's usefulness; I love the later books, like Dreamthief's Daughter , where Elric is more a texture behind the story than an actual character.
For what it's worth, I originally read the books in the DAW order also on that Wikipedia page and loved them, but over the last couple of years I've been slowly working my way through the Del Rey versions, and I haven't noticed anything as working any better or worse; they both work fine. Thanks for this! I also had the same goal, and I bought a book called Von Bek because it was labeled "Volume 1".
Searching online, I found this guide: The Tale of the Eternal champion. It seems like it encompasses a whole saga of which Elric is only a part He comes in in volume 8!
But it is sold as a recommended reading order, which would probably still apply if you were only interested in the Elric parts. I can't really explain it, except that I read a looooong time ago in an interview with MM that Bowie was in inspiration for Elric, and it totally made sense, at the time.
At least some of Bowies "personas" especially the late 60s early 70s ones. You read Elric of Melnibone first. It's only 1 of 2 novels in the original storyline.
Books are all books of short stories with the adventures of Elric. Book 6 is called Stormbringer , and is the finale. Everything else was written years later, and fits generally somewhere between books 1 and 6 there are large gaps of time. I recommend you do , then go back and read the stuff that was written later.
The Fantasy Masterworks edition is in my to-read list, I believe it contains a few of the stories. FYI, I got the first 5 books for free via download at http: I'd suggest going with the Eternal Champion series. It includes Elric in some of the books but covers a more broad range of characters and settings.
The EC series is more for Moorcock fans. It's easier to introduce someone to Elric, let them get into that, then throw the EC at them.