A 3-in 1, Swords Against Wizardry (Book 4), The Swords of Lankhmar (Book 5), and Swords and Ice Magic ( Book 6). Vintage sword-and-sorcery adventure- the Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Books of Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser. They'd met by chance while both were still quite young - the finest swordsmen on Nehwon, as different in appearance as they were identical in other ways. They shared a love of adventure, of riches, of women, and the courage to pursue their dreams, whether faced with foes mortal, magical, or somewhere in-between. SWORDS AGAINST WIZARDRY. It was a cryptic verse that sent them north to conquer the mountain called Stardock-to 'win a pouch of stars.' For Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser considered precious gems (what else could a pouch of stars possibly be?), worth the hardships of scaling any treacherous peak. They never anticipated the perils, nor the surprises, they'd find at the top, just as they never foresaw the wonders and horrors of the subterranean sorcerous realm of Quarmall, to which their fortunes ultimately led. THE SWORDS OF LANKHMAR. When Fafhrd and the Mouser were commissioned to help guard some grain ships, a gift from the overlord of Lankhmar to Movarl of the Eight Cities, who had driven pirates from the Inner Sea, they became caught up in one of the oddest adventures of their careers, one involving intelligent, well-armed white rats, the rodents' strange and lovely mistress, Hisvet, and a man from another world riding upon a two-headed sea serpent. And that was only the beginning. SWORDS AND ICE MAGIC. Death had a quota to fill-two heroes to dispatch, along with numerous others whose lives were spent. But Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser managed to escape immediate doom, and then another doom, and another. For what was Death's cause when various gods had business to transact with the heroes? Or when the heroes themselves had purses to replenish and fair women to enjoy? HB no DJ and has 536 pages. Pub. Berkley Guild America.DJ: None, Covers: Poor/rear corner chewed off-some other marks as well, Pages: very Good a few teeth marks. Looks like a cat or a small dog enjoyed it some. A good reading copy however.