Golden Girl and Other Stories [NOOK Book]

Overview

A collection of Vance's early stories, including Golden Girl (1945), Masquerade on Dicantropus (1950), Abercrombie Station (1951), Cholwell's Chickens (1951), The Mitr (1951), The World Between (1952), When the Five Moons Rise (1953), Meet Miss Universe (1954), and The Insufferable Redheaded Daughter of Commander Tynnott, O.T.E. (1972).

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Golden Girl and Other Stories

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Overview

A collection of Vance's early stories, including Golden Girl (1945), Masquerade on Dicantropus (1950), Abercrombie Station (1951), Cholwell's Chickens (1951), The Mitr (1951), The World Between (1952), When the Five Moons Rise (1953), Meet Miss Universe (1954), and The Insufferable Redheaded Daughter of Commander Tynnott, O.T.E. (1972).

Cover art by Tais Teng
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014513142
  • Publisher: Spatterlight Press, LLC
  • Publication date: 4/15/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 2 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 1, 2012

    L&K

    I think your idea is a very good one, but the chapters are a bit confusing and there are some things I hope are revealed in a later chapter. For example, how did she speak cat? I wish I could speak cat!! It's a bit rushed, but the plot is very intriging. I hope you continue. I'm writing a story at "old woods" all results. I hope this review helped. ~ L&K

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 3, 2012

    Vineclaw

    Hahaaa

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2012

    The golden cat: chapter four

    I walked down the stairs with Bobby's leash. While Poppy got to ride Ricky I had to walk Bobby to the stables and back. It was two days after I found Bouncefire in my room and let him stay there. I know I was suspossed to get rid of the cats that night but I didn't. Mom had been really upset that I did not get rid of them that night that she told me I couldn't read any WARRIORS book for a six months. Lucky for me she didn't say any ERIN HUNTER books. I have all the SEEKERS and the first SURVIVORS. I wish the ERIN HUNTERS could make a book about horse herds. I knew they were thinking about writing about dolphins then they decided to write SEEKERS. My sister is a SEEKERS girl. She has read all of them over and over again. Poppy has read all the WARRIORS books and the first SURVIVORS book too. I walked Bobby to the stables and back. There is not anything interesting I could discrive, so yeah, it's boring out here. I went inside and unhooked Bobby from the leash and took off his collar. He sprinted to his water bowl to drink. Mom was in the shower so I snuck some cat food and poured it in a bowl. I krept upstairs to my room without dropping any. When I was inside I placed the cat food at the corner of my bed. Four cats leaped out. I almost schreeched but calmed my self. Bouncefire was one of them. "Theese are some of my clan mates",he explained. He flicked his tail at a striking black she cat ans said,"Ebonyclaw." Nodded to a silver tabby she cat with green eyes. "Echosong." He flicked his tail again at a small white she cat. "Tinycloud", I said. Bouncefire nodded. Tinycloud looked thoughtfully at the cat food. "Are those rabbit droppings",Ebonyclaw asked her voice full f distrust. "No it isn't",I said. I forgot if Ebonyclaw was a kittypet or a loner. Echosong ate some of the food gratefully. Bouncefire stayed on the bed or what he calls the big sproingy two leg thingy. I watched the cats eat hungrily. "Thirsty anyone",I aked. They all nodded. I ent downstairs to the kitchen a poured water from the sink and brought it back up in a bowl. I left them to eat in peace and read a book happily. I read SEEKERS in the first series called FIRE IN THE SKY. I glanced up every few times to check on the cats and they were doing fine when they were done they laid on my bed and napped. I smiled sweetly. They looked so cute! I sat on my bed and stroked Bouncefire's golden pelt. He purred. I smiled even wider. I could sit down and relax finally. I looked at the cieling with all the dog pictures. The walls were so covered in horse posters small and big it looked like I spent my whole life doing that when I really have been doing this only for three years. I knew my cat posters were outside on the wall outside my door. I looked at my book shelves. I sighed. My mom walked upstairs. The cats all hid. "Noala, its breakfast and why does your romm smell so stinky of cats",Mom asked. I gulped. Uh oh! I hae been latting Bouncefire make dirt in my room and it was everywhere except near my bed and doorway. My mom looked suspicious now. I did not want to give the cats away. My mom stared at me for a few moments and then left. I stared at the dirt all aroumd my room. I sighed and I decided I'll buy a litter box tomorrow if Mom lets me. Right now I was really worried and couldn't think straight. I hurried downstairs to see the whole of Skyclan in the kitchen and Mom trying to shoo them away with a broom. I didn't know better to do anything else but scream.

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