A classic tale featuring two of the most-memorable characters in sword and sorcery, Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser.
Over a span of 50 years, the late Fritz Leiber wrote dozens of adventures, set in the fictional city of Lankhmar, featuring the seven-foot-tall barbarian and the diminuitive thief. "Ill Met in Lankhmar" was honored with both the 1971 Hugo and Nebula Awards for Best Novella.
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Lieber is among the god fathers of modern sword and sorcery right up there with Howard. Both where indirectly connected through
Being part of the Lovecraft circle. This is the story of how mouser a swashbuckling fencer and thief meets the bardic barbarian fafhrd who forges lifelong bond in a night of revelry that soon turns to raging revenge.
Classic fantasy story, but not your typical heroes.
The narrator could have done a better job of making each character distinctive.
Jerome Flynn (Bronn from GoT) as the Gray Mouser and Liam Neeson as Fafhrd because he's tall?
Interesing, may read/listen to more.
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