BRING ME THE HEAD OF PRINCE CHARMING. Roger Zelazny, Robert Sheckley.

BRING ME THE HEAD OF PRINCE CHARMING.

New York, London, Sydney, Toronto, Auckland: Bantam Books, [1991]. Octavo, cloth backed boards. First edition. "Azzie, an ambitious demon, decides to advance his career of wrongdoing by entering the Millennial competition between the Forces of Light and Dark for control of mankind's destiny. Azzie plans to stage a classic fairy-tale quest, sending a handsome prince out to rescue an enchanted princess with a kiss, but by judiciously preparing the players, Azzie expects it to end badly, thus proving that given free rein evil will win out in the human spirit. Azzie's preparations occupy most of the book, and we meet a hunchbacked servant, an alluring witch, a dim-witted dwarf, an aged dragon, and other unlikely creatures by the bushelful. The fast-moving story is dotted with moments of good fun and good gags, but most often it is merely amusing, and many of the jokes have been done better elsewhere. A pleasant diversion and some laughs, but this collaboration is not the equal of either author's best work." - Kirkus Review, 1 October, 1991. Review slip laid in. A fine copy in a fine dust jacket. (23283). Item #23283

Price: $75.00

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