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by Robert Silverberg

  • ISBN: 0006483933
  • Author: Robert Silverberg
  • ePub ver: 1717 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1717 kb
  • Rating: 4.4 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 400
  • Publisher: Voyager (April 3, 2000)
  • Formats: lit lrf docx lit
  • Category: Fantasy
  • Subcategory: Fantasy
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Stephen King: The Dark Tower: THE LITTLE SISTERS OF ELURIA: Dark fantasy and icy realism, a visionary .

Stephen King: The Dark Tower: THE LITTLE SISTERS OF ELURIA: Dark fantasy and icy realism, a visionary mix of magic and horror. Terry Goodkind: The Sword of Truth: DEBT OF BONES: Green fire and black magic rage between the First Wizard and Panis Rahl. Orson Scott Card: The Tales of Alvin Maker: GRINNING MAN: A step closer to the ultimate confrontation between Alvin and the Unmaker. Robert Silverberg: Majipoor: THE SEVENTH SHRINE: In the time of the most famous Pontifex of all, Lord Valentine. Ursula K. LeGuin: Earthsea: DRAGONFLY: A woman for the first time on the mage's Isle of Roke.

Tales of Alvin Maker. Grinning Man. Majipoor. The Wood Boy - A Tate from the Riftwar. A new Earthsea story, a new tale of Pern, a new Dark Tower adventure, a new segment in Pratchett’s playful Discworld series, and all the rest that you’ll find herein-there has never been a book like this before.

Robert Silverberg returns to Majipoor and to Lord Valentine's adventure in an ancient tomb, in "the Seventh Shrine.

Each of the writers was asked to write a new story based on one of his or her most famous series. Robert Silverberg returns to Majipoor and to Lord Valentine's adventure in an ancient tomb, in "the Seventh Shrine. Ursual K. Le Guin adds a sequel to her famous books of Earthsea, portraying a woman who wants to learn magic, in "Dragonfly.

The Tales of Alvin Maker. Legends II: Dragon, Sword, and King. The Book of Changes". Legends II: Shadow, Gods, and Demons. Lord John and the Succubus (novella).

All the stories were original to the collection, and set in the authors' established fictional worlds. The anthology won a Locus Award for Best Anthology in 1999. Its science fiction equivalent, Far Horizons, followed in 1999. The collection has a sequel, Legends II, published in 2003.

another was Robert Silverberg's Legends Stephen King: "The Little Sisters of Eluria" (The Dark Tower) Terry Goodkind: "Debt of Bones" (The Sword of Truth) Orson Scott Card: "Grinning Man" (The Tales of Alvin Maker) Robert Silverberg: "The Seventh Shrine" (Majipoor) Ursula K. L. . Le Guin: "Dragonfly" (Earthsea) Raymond E. Feist: "The Wood Boy" (The Riftwar Saga) Terry Pratchett: "The Sea and Little Fishes". Discworld) George R. R. Martin: "The Hedge Knight" (A Song of Ice and Fire) Tad Williams: "The Burning.

A Tom Doherty Associates book. The dark tower: The little sisters of Eluria, Stephen King - Discworld: The sea and little fishes, Terry Pratchett - The sword of truth: Debt of bones, Terry Goodkind - Tales of Alvin Maker: Grinning man, Orson Scott Card - Majipoor: The seventh shrine, Robert Silverberg - Earthsea: Dragonfly, Ursula K. Le Guin - Memory, sorrow and. thorn: The burning man, Tad Williams - A song of ice and fire: The hedge knight, George .

The book collected eleven original novellas written by celebrated r authors and.

The book collected eleven original novellas written by celebrated r authors and set within those authors' established fictional worlds: Stephen King: "The Little Sisters of Eluria" (The Dark Tower). Terry Goodkind: "Debt of Bones" (The Sword of Truth). Orson Scott Card: "Grinning Man" (The Tales of Alvin Maker).

ORSON SCOTT CARD tells a tale of Alvin Maker and the mighty Mississippi, featuring a couple of ne’er-do-wells named Jim Bowie and Abe Lincoln, in “The Yazoo Queen. ROBERT SILVERBERG spins an enthralling tale of Majipoor’s early history—and remote future—as seen through the eyes of a dilettantish poet who discovers an unexpected destiny in “The Book of Changes. TAD WILLIAMS explores the strange afterlife of Orlando Gardiner, from his Otherland saga, in “The Happiest Dead Boy in the World.

Stephen King offers a tale of the Dark Tower featuring Roland the Gunslinger. Terry Goodkind dusts off the Sword of Truth. Terry Pratchett's Granny Weatherwax, as amusing as ever, materializes from Discworld.

Rich new works by the very best-known creators of fantasy fiction, each set in the special universe of the imagination that made that writer famous throughout the world. Stephen King: The Dark Tower: THE LITTLE SISTERS OF ELURIA: Dark fantasy and icy realism, a visionary mix of magic and horror. Terry Goodkind: The Sword of Truth: DEBT OF BONES: Green fire and black magic rage between the First Wizard and Panis Rahl. Orson Scott Card: The Tales of Alvin Maker: GRINNING MAN: A step closer to the ultimate confrontation between Alvin and the Unmaker. Robert Silverberg: Majipoor: THE SEVENTH SHRINE: In the time of the most famous Pontifex of all, Lord Valentine. Ursula K. LeGuin: Earthsea: DRAGONFLY: A woman for the first time on the mage's Isle of Roke. Raymond E. Feist: The Riftwar Saga: THE WOOD BOY: When the Kingdom had just been invaded by the Tsurani.

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