The Eternal Champion - Michael Moorcock

The Eternal Champion

By Michael Moorcock

  • Release Date: 2014-11-04
  • Genre: Fantasy
Score: 4.5
From 23 Ratings


From one of Britain’s foremost fantasy writers comes this Tolkienesque series opener about destiny, war, betrayal—and the return of a long-dead hero
John Daker dreams of other worlds, and a name: Erekosë. He finds the strength to answer the call, travelling to a strange land ruled by the aging King Rigenos of Necranal.
Humanity is united in a desperate fight against the inhuman Eldren, and John must fight with them. But the actions of his brethren turn his loyalties—and, as Erekosë, he will take a terrible revenge.


  • Ughhh... I want my money back

    By Maxxxsushi
    The "hero" from the beginning (since the author writes in first person) is whiny, Harlequin romance arrogant, and makes the most insipid decisions imaginable. He's a man baby with incredible powers until he slips one time in battle and gets knocked out. In an age and on a planet that apparently has no common sense whatsoever, there isn't even enough brains to develop politics. This book is a crime against all authors attempting to make a real story with real people plagued with real issues. I only got through this by laughing at how ridiculous the premise was. Comic books have better writers and Moor o k is CELEBRATED for this tripe?!?