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Corum
5 : The Oak and the Ram

by Michael Moorcock
Sep 12, 2016
5 Hours
978-1-62851-272-4
Ages 13+
Spring has turned to summer, the hottest and most abundant summer ever remembered in the Mabden lands. But in the mists lurks an insidious coldness—the icy presence of the Fhoi Myore. Despite being slowly decayed by the warmth of the world, these harbingers of death will stop at nothing to overwhelm the Earth.

The High King of the Mabden, Amergin, must unite the race in the fight against the Fhoi Myore. But Amergin is in thrall to the dark magic of the Gods of Limbo. It falls to Corum of the Silver Hand to restore the rightful power of the High King with the miraculous forces of two legendary talismans: the Golden Oak and the Silver Ram...
 

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard as Narrator, Chris Genebach as Corum, Tim Getman as Goffanon, Bradley Smith as Jhary and Thomas Keegan as Ilbrec. With Andy Clemence, Danny Gavigan, Nora Achrati, David Jourdan, Lawrence Redmond, Chris Davenport, Karen Novack, Gregory Wooddell, Christopher Graybill and Elizabeth Jernigan
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Yasmin Tuazon
Dialogue Editors Casey Green
Sound Designers Casey Green
Original Theme Music Peter Pavli
Cover Illustrator Gel Jamlang
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

A bit better than the previous entry by Zack (Posted on 2/28/2019)
One of the things that makes Michael Moorcock’s work interesting is the way he references, incorporates, and even transforms existing folklore. That aspect is very visible in this entry in the Corum series.

If you stuck around through the fourth entry in the series but were a bit disappointed by that fourth entry, don’t give up on the series just yet. This second-to-last story in the series picks up a bit in pace and excitement from The Bull and the Spear.

GA has once again done a great job with all aspects of the production.
Review by Bos (Posted on 8/8/2018)
Corum's new adventure is picking up pace and getting better as the story goes, enjoy this one.
the second trilogy continues and so should you by patrick (Posted on 4/23/2017)
again graphic audio does corum right. dripping with celtic folk lore but thru the singular imagination of micheal moorcock.

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