Saga Egmont

  • Set in the pseudo-historical Hyborian Age, this story introduces us to the legendary Conan the Barbarian. After the death of Vendhya's emperor, Bunda Chad, Conan kidnaps his sister - Devi Yasmina. But why did Conan the Barbarian kidnap princess Yasmina? Does he want to be the new ruler of Vendhya or does he simply wants to become rich by exchanging the girl for money? Or is he working for someone with impure intentions?

    If you want to find out the answers, do not hesitate to embark on this journey full of all sorts of weird events, wizards, amazing deeds of super strength and plenty of blood and guts.

    B. J. Harrison started his Classic Tales Podcast back in 2007, wanting to breathe new life into classic stories. He masterfully plays with a wide array of voices and accents and has since then produced over 500 audiobooks. Now in collaboration with SAGA Egmont, his engaging narration of these famous classics is available to readers everywhere.

    Robert Ervin Howard (1906-1936) was an American author who wrote in a wide range of genres. Born and raised in Texas, Howard was a bookish and intellectual child with a great interest in boxing. He is the creator of the pulp fiction hero Conan the Barbarian and is considered as the father of the sword and sorcery subgenre.

  • A despot king, a dragon and a weird, completely enclosed city. Conan the Barbarian meets his equal in the form of the pirate Valeria. A captain of the Red Brotherhood, she is a true swashbuckler. This pulp classic, from the father of swords and sorcery, is a pulse-pounding tale of a dwindling and trapped civilization. "Red Nails" is the last of Robert E. Howard's stories about Conan the Barbarian and a true fan-favorite.

  • The roaming vigilante Solomon Kane comes upon a bleeding girl. As she lay dying in his arms, he vows to avenge her death and destroy the evil Le Loup. This gothic classic from Robert E. Howard is filled with suspense, horror and memorable monsters and villains. The action-packed "Red Shadows" is the first Solomon Kane story ever published. The 2009 film "Solomon Kane", starring James Purefoy and Max von Sydow, is based on Howard's famous hero.