A renowned and award-winning author of science fiction, fantasy, and horror, Fritz Leiber (1910-1992) is best known for his Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser fantasy series. He is credited with coining the term sword and sorcery and is widely considered one of the genre's founders. A SFWA Grand Master and winner of six Hugo Awards, three Nebula Awards, and two World Fantasy Awards, Leiber stands as a giant in the field of fantastic literature.
"Leiber's Tarzan and the Valley of Gold bursts out of the narrow limits of the film to create an epic that elaborates and deepens every aspect of the script...The exotic backdrop of the movie becomes the foreground of the novel, and Leiber never misses a chance to delve into the setting and make it come alive to all the senses." --Black Gate