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The Ice Schooner
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The Ice Schooner Volume 9
The Ice Schooner

Michael Moorcock
Issued: September 1972
Sphere Books
Publisher Code: 62197
Cover illustration by Eddie Jones
160 pages

First published as a serial in SF Impulse magazine in 1966.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
Across the frozen wastes of Earth lay the mantle of the new Ice Age, a mantle cut by the knife-edged runners of the mighty ice schooners, majestic relics of a dying epoch.

Konrad Arflane captained such a schooner and when he saved the life of the Lord of Friesgalt, greatest of the cities of the Matto Grosso, he was offered a new vessel. The Ice Spirit was the finest of her kind, fleet and lovely, but with her came a strange commission: to sail the schooner north across the ice in search of the legendary city of New York . . .

Michael Moorcock is the editor of NEW WORLDS and winner of the Nebula Award for his story BEHOLD THE MAN.

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