FOUR COMPLETE NOVELS IN ONE
OF THE MOST POPULAR ADVENTURE
SERIES IN SCIENCE FICTION
—ALL IN ONE HUGE MEGABOOK
For countless millennia the dreadful Berserker® fleets have ranged across the galaxy in a relentless war against all things living. Their equally relentless opponent has been the human race, with its heritage and instinct of battle, facing the enemy of all life.
Here are four battles in the war between humans and the powerful death machines.
• Berserker's Planet: A lone rebel, armed only with medieval weaponry, hasn't a chance against a mighty Berserker—or does he
• The Berserker Throne: An exiled prince plans to use a Berserker and return to power—but can a mere human really control a Berserker
• Brother Assassin: The Berserkers reach back through time to change history and only one man has a prayer of stopping them.
• Berserker Man: This time, the killer machines may succeed in eradicating humanity from the galaxy—unless they can be stopped by a child who is half man and half machine.
|Publisher's Note: Berserker Man has been published previously as four separate novels: the title novel, Berserker's Planet, The Berserker Throne, and Brother Assassin. This is their first combined publication.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Fred Saberhagen is the top-selling author of many popular science fiction and fantasy series. His Berserkers® have menaced the universe for over 40 years. His "Swords" and "Lost Swords" stories have caught the imagination of many fantasy readers. Equally intriguing are Fred's exploits in the area of historical fantasy where figures such as Hitler and Lincoln, Daedalus and the pharaohs, populate his alternate worlds. On the border of history and fantasy Fred has created a unique picture of an old favorite, Dracula. More recent is the "Book of the Gods" series, a new telling of the ancient myths. Many of his works also appear in tape and e-book format. Before abandoning himself to imagination, he served in the US Air Force, worked as a civilian electronics technician, and wrote and edited articles on science and technology for the Encyclopedia Britannica. Born and raised in Chicago, he now lives and works with his wife, Joan Spicci, in Albuquerque, New Mexico.