Realms of the Dragons II

Realms of the Dragons II An all new anthology showcasing dragons of the FORGOTTEN REALMSworld and featuring new authors This anthology features a range of stories by authors new to the Forgotten Realms setting writing about d

  • Title: Realms of the Dragons II
  • Author: Philip Athans Kameron M. Franklin Jaleigh Johnson Ed Gentry Murray J.D. Leeder James P. Davis Rosemary Jones Erik Scott de Bie
  • ISBN: 9780786938087
  • Page: 152
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • An all new anthology showcasing dragons of the FORGOTTEN REALMSworld and featuring new authors This anthology features a range of stories by authors new to the Forgotten Realms setting writing about dragons It fleshes out many details from Richard Lee Byers s Year of Rogue Dragons trilogy and features art work by award winning artist Matt Stawicki.

    Dreamsnake by Vonda N McIntyre In Dreamsnake, Vonda McIntyre tells a captivating and moving story about a healer, Snake, and her quest to find a new dreamsnake after the death of her first, Grass Along the way, she meets a man, adopts a young girl, travels great distances, and overcomes many hardships, physical and emotional. Dreamsnake Death by Tsundoku Dreamsnake is a novel which expands upon McIntyre s Nebula Award winning novella, Of Mist, and Grass, and Sand Snake is a healer dependent upon snakes for medicinal purposes One used for calming patients and taking away their pain, and two whose venom is used to Dreamsnake McIntyre, Vonda N Fields, Anna Narrator Dreamsnake McIntyre, Vonda N Fields, Anna Narrator on FREE shipping on qualifying offers This is the haunting story of an extraordinary woman and her dangerous quest to reclaim her healing powers Revered healer Snake must undertake a journey in search of the dreamsnake Dreamsnake by Vonda N McIntyre, Paperback Barnes Noble Back in print, McIntyre s tender and compassionate adventure story a Hugo and Nebula Award winner and a New York Times bestseller In a far future, post holocaust Earth, a young healer named Snake travels the world, healing the sick and injured with her companion, the alien dreamsnake But she is being pursued Dreamsnake The controversial Hugo winner that s no longer Dreamsnake started as a short story called Of Mist, and Grass, and Sand, for which McIntyre won the Nebula I knew this because I am a consummate researcher of the history of science fiction

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    1 thought on “Realms of the Dragons II”

    1. I liked this set of stories better than the first one. Most of these stories were darker and more entertaining than its predecessor. Easy to get into and a super quick read.

    2. I generally want to say something positive about a books, but I'm hard pressed to do so here. The best stories in this anthology were forgettable at best; the worst ones made almost no sense. The original "Realms of the Dragons" included a story about characters from the trilogy as well as some of the Realms' most famous denizens: Erevis Cale, Artemis Enteri, Mirt the Moneylender, Talbot Uskevren, etc. We don't get anything like that here. Although the tone of this anthology is darker, the autho [...]

    3. This one was closer to 2 1/2 stars really. There were at least 2 or 3 stories that were way too short or I could have written a much better ending for. These stories were interlaced with a few good stories that had merit. I think that perhaps when reading this I may have been slightly biased by the fact that I did not recognize any of the authors, but I don’t think my judgement about the stories themselves is inaccurate. Yes, I am aware that there is only so much you can do in a short story, b [...]

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