The Feathered Edge (2020)

The Feathered Edge Magic Swords and RomanceWant a taste of romance in your swashbuckling adventure Sparkling verbal repartee in your heroic quest A lover swain spun of dreams and moonlight A rescue from an Algerian br
  • Title: The Feathered Edge
  • Author: Deborah J. Ross Tanith Lee Sherwood Smith Madeleine J. Robins Judith Tarr Sheila Finch Jay Lake Diana L. Paxson
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Feathered Edge
    Magic, Swords, and RomanceWant a taste of romance in your swashbuckling adventure Sparkling verbal repartee in your heroic quest A lover swain spun of dreams and moonlight A rescue from an Algerian brothel Swords that would rather make love than fight duels A woodland god in the guise of a wounded stag A stowaway on a pirate ship Between waking and dreams, twixtMagic, Swords, and RomanceWant a taste of romance in your swashbuckling adventure Sparkling verbal repartee in your heroic quest A lover swain spun of dreams and moonlight A rescue from an Algerian brothel Swords that would rather make love than fight duels A woodland god in the guise of a wounded stag A stowaway on a pirate ship Between waking and dreams, twixt mortal lands and Faerie, the old world and the new, lies an enchanted realm Here lovers duel with wits as well as swords, swords have souls, and swordsmen rouse from their garden graves Master storytellers offer a sumptuous feast of lovers and rivals, ghosts and paladins, danger and daring, wit and wizardry, for your reading delight.
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    1. The Feathered Edge is an apt title for this anthology Within each story, from writers like Tanith Lee, Judith Tarr, Diana Paxson and other talents, the reader feels the delicate feathery touch of a kiss, and the sharp prickly edge the gives that delicacy its form and shape Each story is a wonderfully crafted journey taking the character and reader toward destiny Some of the central characters prove to be unlikely heroes, or not really heroes at all Some stories are romantic two characters realiz [...]

    2. A thoroughly enjoyable collection of swashbuckling adventure tales with fantasy elements Many of the stories fall squarely into the fantasy of manners subgenre that I greatly enjoy, in particular Sherwood Smith s theater based The Art of Masks, Tanith Lee s Question a Stone and Judith Tarr s The Woman Who Fell in Love with the Horned King Certainly, these were amongst my favorites, but I would also include K.D Wentworth s The Garden of Swords, with its heroic kitchen maid coached into fighting p [...]

    3. I loved this book Seldom do I find anthologies where all the stories range from Good to Excellent I think this one fits the bill It s pretty much as described Tales of Magic, Love, and Daring All the stories have all three of those elements, are well told, and have satisfying conclusions Though some stories have dark elements, the overall tone of the anthology is positive Strong, likeable protagonists, dire situations, rich settings, and generally a win at the end of most stories make this an en [...]

    4. This was a solid anthology Like most anthologies, a couple stories didn t do it for me, most were good, and a few great Two of the stories that stood out the most to me were Tanith Lee s and K.D Wentworth s.

    5. I got this for the Remalna short story in there, which was ok Most of the stories in here were just ok.

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