New bestselling short novels by master storytellers are highlighted in this first of three volumes of a "stellar compilation" ("Booklist") series ...Show synopsisNew bestselling short novels by master storytellers are highlighted in this first of three volumes of a "stellar compilation" ("Booklist") series sure to delight their fans as well as introduce new readers to the writers' world of fantasy and science fiction. Authors include Stephen King, Orson Scott Card and Raymond E. Feist. "Here is a dab of each writer at the top, a worthy sampler that could yield a reader someone new to enjoy, " says "USA Today."Hide synopsis
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I was only interested in the two short stories by Stephen King and Raymond E. Feist. The others I did not read.
The Dark Tower: The Little Sisters of Eluria
I absolutely loved this short story! It was great to re-visit The Dark Tower series! Wandering the desert, in search of Walter, Roland finds himself trapped in a dead town of Eluria. He is ?nursed? back to health by a group of sisters. What he finds there are love, a deep secret of the sisters, and the memories of his past that he keeps close to him. A really great read!
The Riftwar Saga: The Wood Boy
I really loved this short story too! It makes me want to re-read the Raymond E. Feist novel from beginning to end. Dirk is a servant of the lord, in Walinor, He is found by the Midkemia soldiers, drawing a sled, and saturated in blood. He has an amazing tale to tell Borric.
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