Set sail on some most improbable seas with Hugo-winner Lawrence Watt-Evans as he explores the universe of stories set in the past -- stories the couldn't possibly have happened, but probably should have. Includes "The Final Folly of Captain Dancy," "Windwagon Smith and the Martians," "My Mother and I Go Shopping," and "One Million Lightbulbs." Bonus features: A new introduction by the author, an essay on how he came to write "Captain Dancy," and, at long last, the revelation we've all been waiting on so long: "What the Parrot Was For."
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About the Author
Born and raised in Massachusetts, he has lived for more than twenty years in the Maryland suburbs of Washington. He has a wife, two grown children, and the obligatory writer’s cat.
Visit his website at http://www.watt-evans.com, or find him on Facebook.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
An enjoyable selection of historically themed fantasy/science fiction; left me wanting to read more from Wat-Evans. If I could do half-stars I'd rate it 3 1/2, but rounding up seems reasonable because it's definitely good entertainment value for 2.99.