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Horns Of Elfland [Mass Market Paperback]

Ellen Kushner
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April 25 1997 Roc Fantasy (Book 5599)
A collection of fifteen stories by highly acclaimed authors--including Michael Kandel, Terri Windling, and Susan Palwick--focuses on the power of music, from the moonlit dances of fairies to a future museum of long-lost sounds.

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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best anthologies of the year: Jan. 23 1998
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There are some terrific stories in this collection, not least of which are those contributed by the editors themselves. "Audience" by Jack Womack has been chosen for the 1998 volume of "The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror" -- and the volume as a whole will be listed as one of the best of the year. I also heartily recommend Susan Palwick's heart-breaking tale.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best anthologies of the year: Jan. 23 1998
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There are some terrific stories in this collection, not least of which are those contributed by the editors themselves. "Audience" by Jack Womack has been chosen for the 1998 volume of "The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror" -- and the volume as a whole will be listed as one of the best of the year. I also heartily recommend Susan Palwick's heart-breaking tale.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Horns of Elfland's Review April 11 2010
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This is a great collection of stories about Musicians and Music that should be able to cater to a wide variety of tastes from traditional Celtic, to Gospel to Jazz, Classical and more.

I'm surprised that Audience should have been chosen for the 1998 volume of The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror as that's the one story in this collection about a Museum of Sound that I hated and found the most boring.

My favorite stories in here were those towards the end of Brandy for the Damned, The Drummer and the Skins and Merlusine.

It's well worth the read for lovers of Anthologies, Fantasy and Music.
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