Winner of the Hugo and Nebula Awards for “Two Hearts”
Winner of the Washington Science Fiction Small Press Award for “El Regalo”
Nominee for the Mythopoeic Award
The beloved author of The Last Unicorn returns with the signature elegance and originality that has earned him comparisons to J. R. R. Tolkien, Fritz Leiber, and Kurt Vonnegut. Readers seeking magic, wonder, and mystery need look no further. In these resonant new stories, some appearing for the first time, you will find bold adventure, sly humor, and resounding depth.
In the thrilling and beautiful “Two Hearts,” return to the extraordinary world of The Last Unicorn . Observe the World’s Most Annoying Eight-Year-Old bend time, fate, and household chores to his sorcerous will. Learn how Soukyan met the Fox, and why a stolen dream might be more dangerous than an unstoppable assassin. Discover the price of a merman’s treasure, match wits with the man who saw right through Sherlock Holmes, and redefine feline style with Gordon, the self-made cat.
The Line Between is a captivating blend of traditional and contemporary fantasy, crafted by the field’s most remarkable imagination. It is a collection you will return to again and again and treasure forever.
|Product dimensions:||5.52(w) x 8.46(h) x 0.72(d)|
|Age Range:||14 - 18 Years|
About the Author
Peter S. Beagle is the best-selling author of The Last Unicorn , which has sold a reported five million copies since its initial publication in 1968. His other novels include A Fine & Private Place , The Innkeeper’s Song , and Tamsin . His short fiction has been collected in four volumes by Tachyon Publications, including The Rhinoceros Who Quoted Nietzsche , The Line Between , We Never Talk About My Brother , and Sleight of Hand . He has won the Hugo, Nebula, Mythopoeic, and Grand Prix de l’Imaginaire awards as well as the World Fantasy Award for Lifetime Achievement.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This collection is sort of hit-and-miss with a bunch of so-so stories at the beginning and some really phenomenal ones at the end. "A Dance For Emilia" and "Salt Wine" are both amazing.