Fantasy: The Best of the Year, 2008 Edition

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  • Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • Fantasy: The Best of the Year, 2008 Edition
  • Rich Horton
  • English
  • 10 October 2018
  • 9780809572519

10 thoughts on “Fantasy: The Best of the Year, 2008 Edition

  1. says:

    I really enjoyed this collection I didn t read it cover to cover, as you can tell from the liveblogging status updates, but I did end up reading every story in it I always feel a little embarrassed when I circumvent an editor s careful sequence of stories, but in this case I m glad I did I don t think I would have wanted to end on the last story in this book, which was The Master Miller s Tale by Ian R MacLeod I don t like my fantasy 1 emo or 2 mostly horror Stories I did really like were Light by Kelly Link, which reiterates what all of those people who ve been recommending Kelly Link to me have been saying about the wacky and interesting Teashop by Zoran Zivkovic, which was not as clever as it thought it was but which was still delightful, especially with the tea The Rope by Noreen Doyle, which was a little bit horror and a little bit non futuristic science fiction, but all in a really good way Stray by Benjamin Rosenbaum David Ackert, which has possibly the best characterization of an immortal mortal pairing I ve ever read, seriously Singing of Mount Abora by Theodora Goss, which was a shiny perfect fairy tale of a fantasy story Bufo Rex by Erik Amundsen, which was another excellent fairy tale A Diorama of the Infernal Regions by Andy Duncan, which was a really great use of a girl as a protagonist and The Cambist and Lord Iron by Daniel Abraham, although I m not entirely sure that this was a fantasy story per se.

  2. says:

    Disclosure 1 I tend to deeply dislike short stories written after 1960 They are usually full of over description 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 than slightly biasedand 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 non short 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 above disclosed 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.

  3. says:

    Above average 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

  4. says:

    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 stories too including Zivkovic and McLeod.

  5. says:

    The stories in this collection were not engaging enough to draw me to finish reading it Not recommended.

  6. says:

    Includes a story by Kelly Link.

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