Dark Alchemy: Magical Tales from Masters of Modern Fantasy

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Bloomsbury, 2007 - Avarice - 400 pages
Eoin Colfer, Garth Nix, Neil Gaiman and many more bring their genius and unique styles to this exciting and lively collection of stories. Reading the stories in this collection, one is reminded of the amazingly rich and varied imaginations of the greats of fantasy fiction. Includes stories by Neil Gaiman, Garth Nix, Mary Rosenblum, Kage Baker, Eoin Colfer, Jane Yolen, Orsen Scott Card, Patricia A McKillip, Elizabeth Hand, Andy Duncan, Peter S Beagle, Nancy Kress, Tanith Lee, Terry Bilson, Terry Dowling and Gene Wolfe.

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Enjoyed reading this book. Not as scary as the cover page ''suggests.'' Loved all stories.

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Dark Alchemy wasn't as exciting as I thought it might be. It had a good selection of authors, which is why I got it, and of course what can be wrong with a collection about wizards/witches/mages and ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois are both authors of sci-fi and fantasy fiction. Dozois is also well known as an editor of 'Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine'. He has won the Hugo Award thirteen times. Dann is the editor of several collections of sci-fi and fantasy fiction, and is also an author in his own right.

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