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Fantasy: The Best of the Year, 2008 Edition

The stories in this collection were not engaging enough to draw me to finish reading it. Not recommended. The Best Fantasy Novels Of All Time Updated The Following Novels And Series Are Not An Exhaustive Look At The Best Fantasy Novels Of All Time, But Rather A Sampling Taken From Various Eras From The Past To The Present There Are ManyBest Fantasy Movies Of All Time Stacker Stacker Presents Thebest Fantasy Movies Of All Time, As Determined By A Weighted Index Split Evenly Between IMDb And Metacritic Scores To Qualify, The Film Had To Be Listed As Fantasy On IMDb, Have A Metascore, And Have At Least , Votes The Best Fantasy Novels Of All Time Penguin The First Book In An Epic Fantasy Trilogy That Both George R R Martin And Patrick Rothfuss Have Called Quintessential To Their Own Success Simon Is A Kitchen Boy But When Ancient Evil Stirs, He Is Pulled Into A War As Unlike Any His World Has Seen, Leaving The Only Home He Has Ever Known To Battle Creatures Once Thought Lost To The Past Williams Is A Wordsmith Unlike Any Otherof The Best Fantasy Books Everyone Should ReadThe Best Fantasy Movies On Netflix Digital Trends The Best Fantasy Movies On Netflix By Michael Bizzaco And Caleb Clark July , PM PST Thanks To Shows Like Game Of Thrones And The Witcher, The Fantasy Genre Is Experiencing A Bit Of A Best Fantasy Books Of All Time Updated True Fantasy Fans Have Known For Decades That Fantasy Isn T Just For Kids, Even Though Most Of The World Is Just Realizing This But True Fantasy Fans Also Know That Some Of The Best FantasyWhich Late Round QB Is The Best Fantasy Football Which Late Round QB Is The Best Fantasy Football Value This Season From Carson Wentz To Aaron Rodgers To Tom Brady, Some Big Name Quarterbacks Seem Likely To Be Available Late In Fantasy Final Fantasy TheBest Versions Of Shiva BEST Final Fantasy XV Final Fantasy XV S Shiva Is Unique In That She Is Able To Have Multiple Forms At Any One Time The Players Find Her Frozen Ice Giantess Form That The Niflheim EmpireTheBest Fantasy Series Ever Written BuzzFeed TheBest Fantasy Series Ever Written Whether You Re A Swords And Sorcery Type Of Fantasy Reader, A Fan Of Battles And Betrayal, Or You Just Want A Fewgoddamn Elves In Your Life, There S Of The Best Fantasy Authors Who Are Still Let S Dive Straight In And Talk About What We Re Talking About Here The Best Fantasy Authors The Fun Begins With How Every Word Of That Can Be Very Subjective These Are All Authors Who Have Won Or Been Nominated For Awards For Their Works But That S Not Necessarily What Makes Them The Best They Ve Been Chosen For Writing The Kind Of World Building That Will Draw New Fantasy A very enjoyable anthology with some great stories mostly read by me when originally published but also two or three new ones.

The Goss and Abraham stories published originally in Logorrhea are outstanding, but I loved several more stories too including Zivkovic and McLeod. Includes a story by Kelly Link. Disclosure #1: I tend to deeply dislike short stories written after 1960. They are usually full of overdescription with a lack of plot. So, I 'm not a short story kind of person.

Disclosure #2: I bought this collection purely because my childhood friend has a story in it. So I'm more than slightly biased...and I only read as far as her entry.

As you may expect from the above, this volume is not for me. It's full of pretty descriptions that go nowhere. A few notable exceptions that make this volume worthwhile even for the nonshort inclined

"Unpossible" by Daryl Gregory. This story is charming and evocative, exploring the line between childhood fancy and adulthood.

"Light" by Kelly Link. Full of excessive absurbdism rooted in fairy tale, the descriptions were riveting.

"Heartstrung" by Rachel Swirsky (my abovedisclosed childhood friend). Structurally a classic short story where the two main character grow into different phases of their lives, it takes this motif a stretch further. The two women, in a way, change places. This story also has something to say about Stepford Wives and making societal roles part of cultural practices. Aboveaverage collection of short stories. Most are 'modern' rather than 'classic' fantasy.

Contents:
“Unpossible” by Daryl Gregory
“Light” by Kelly Link
“The Teashop” by Zoran Zivkovic
“The Rope” by Noreen Doyle
“Buttons” by William Alexander
“Brother of the Moon” by Holly Phillips
“A Diorama of the Infernal Regions” by Andy Duncan
“Heartstrung” by Rachel Swirsky
“Something in the Mermaid Way” by Carrie Laben
“Public Safety” by Matthew Johnson
“Stray” by Benjamin Rosenbaum and David Ackert
“The Comb” by Marly Youmans
“Sir Hereward and Mister Fitz Go to War Again” by Garth Nix
“The Last Worders” by Karen Joy Fowler
“Singing of Mount Abora” by Theodora Goss
“Save Me Plz” by David Barr Kirtley
“Bufo Rex” by Erik Amundsen
“The Master Miller’s Tale” by Ian R. MacLeod
“The Cambist and Lord Iron: a Fairy Tale of Economics” by Daniel Abraham


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