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Fearsome Journeys
     

Fearsome Journeys

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by Jonathan Strahan, Glen Cook, Scott Lynch, Trudi Canavan
 

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How do you encompass all the worlds of the imagination? Within fantasy’s scope lies every possible impossibility, from dragons to spirits, from magic to gods, and from the unliving to the undying. In Fearsome Journeys, master anthologist Jonathan Strahan sets out on a quest to find the very limits of the unlimited, collecting twelve brand new stories by some of

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How do you encompass all the worlds of the imagination? Within fantasy’s scope lies every possible impossibility, from dragons to spirits, from magic to gods, and from the unliving to the undying. In Fearsome Journeys, master anthologist Jonathan Strahan sets out on a quest to find the very limits of the unlimited, collecting twelve brand new stories by some of the most popular and exciting names in epic fantasy from around the world.

With original fiction from Scott Lynch, Saladin Ahmed, Trudi Canavan, K J Parker, Kate Elliott, Jeffrey Ford, Robert V S Redick, Ellen Klages, Glen Cook, Elizabeth Bear, Ellen Kushner, Ysabeau S. Wilce and Daniel Abraham, Fearsome Journeys explores the whole range of the fantastic.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781849975667
Publisher:
Rebellion Publishing Ltd
Publication date:
05/28/2013
Series:
The New Solaris Book of Fantasy , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
5,516
File size:
582 KB

Meet the Author

Jonathan Strahan is an editor and anthologist. He has edited or co-edited more than twenty anthologies since 1997, including Eclipse One, Two and Three, both volumes of The New Space Opera, and Godlike Machines, as well as the Infinity Project and the New Solaris Book of Fantasy for Solaris. He lives in Perth, Western Australia with his wife and their two daughters. www.jonathanstrahan.com.au

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The Fearsome Journeys: The New Solaris Book of Fantasy 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Beauty_in_Ruins More than 1 year ago
Before I get to my review, I want to offer a friendly public service message to those who are fortunate enough to be reading and voting on the various genre awards. Go ahead and pencil in Fearsome Journeys as this year's winner for best anthology, and Jonathan Strahan as winner for best editor. That's right, find your nomination form, jot the title down, put a huge asterisk beside it as the likely winner, and focus your reading efforts on those categories yet be decided. Okay, so maybe I am being a bit facetious, but it really is that good! Short story collections are problematic for me. On the one hand, I like being able to sample authors in small doses, and to get a feel for their work, or to simply pay a brief visit with old favorites, no strings (or subsequent volumes) attached. On the other hand, I find them wildly uneven in terms of content and quality, with the weakest entries unfairly dragging down my overall impression of the collection as a whole. Much to my delight, Fearsome Journeys has proven to be the rare exception to that rule. There were a few stories here that didn't completely wow me, but I can honestly say I still enjoyed them all. While those few suffer by comparison against their companions here, they likely would have come across as some of the better entries in a different collection. There are several authors here who have just shot to the top of my TBR pile, based on the strength of their contributions, and a few others who've absolutely demanded I immediately rectify their absence from that same pile. For those of you who are curious, it's Lynch, Elliott, and Bear who are the three authors who've made the most significant climbs in my TBR pile, and Ahmed and Canavan who have won themselves a place. Overall, however, this just a great collection of tales, well-selected and well put together by a man who has an obvious feel for the genre. I cannot recommend Fearsome Journeys highly enough.
Anonymous 7 days ago
That was good. But I think you should make I more as a story board. Never stop what you are doing. I love your writings. You are very good at what you do.