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Fearsome Journeys The New Solaris Book of Fantasy

Fearsome Journeys The New Solaris Book of Fantasy, May 2013
by Jonathan Strahan

Rebellion Publishing
416 pages
ISBN: 1849975663
EAN: 9781849975667
Kindle: B00D2JLV36
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"An incredible collection of fantasy featuring some of today's most distinguished writers."

Fresh Fiction Review

Fearsome Journeys The New Solaris Book of Fantasy
Jonathan Strahan

Reviewed by Amber Keller
Posted February 7, 2014

Fantasy Anthology

Jonathan Strahan is an award-winning editor that brings a stunning collection of writers to this anthology of fantasy. With some of the names attached to this project, it's no wonder that this is the first of a new series of anthologies featuring original fiction by notable names. Fans can utilize these collections to find new talents and sample works from authors they might not know otherwise. Anthologies are a great place to discover new authors. Short stories have a small amount of words to present a developed plot and conclusion, and for this reason they can be very exciting and hard-hitting. Plus, with them you are not forced to read an entire novel length work of someone you're not familiar with.

This really is a fantastic compilation of fantasy by several of today's notable writers in that genre. The stories are very diverse, yet they stick to the ground rules of fantasy with mastery. Some have action, like Glen Cook's "Shaggy Dog Bridge", some have mythological components, like Elizabeth Bear's "The Ghost Makers", which happened to be a favorite of mine. Daniel Abraham's "The High King Dreaming" was darker than most, but also provocative and insightful. Saladin Ahmed is on target with his fantastic tale, "Amethyst, Shadow, and Light". A more literary choice is Kate Elliott's "Leaf and Branch and Grass and Vine". There's much to choose from with this anthology. Fantasy fans will not be disappointed.

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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

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