I'm reading the Cave and Carter right now. So far, "Murgunstrumm" is living up to the hype I've read about it over the years. It's potent reminded of the editorial brilliance possessed by Karl Edward Wagner. I'm still only a few pages into "Thongor". It contains a story by Robert M. Price, and I've always loved his pastiches of REH and HPL so I've got some hopes for it.
"Prince of Thorns" I finished already, and I really don't have anything to say about it that hasn't been said in dozens of other places. Suffice it to say, I read it in two nights and ordered, at full, painful price (I am very, very cheap concerning the price of individual books, especially electric ones), "King of Thorns" within minutes of turning the last pixelated page on my kindle fire. It brought to mind Moorcock and, perhaps, a more deftly Black Company. Jorg is one of the most captivating narrators I've encountered in some time.