Flights of Fantasy

Flights of Fantasy Flights of Fantasy is a short story collection edited by Mercedes Lackey centered around birds and flight The fourth anthology edited by Mercedes Lackey who is making a name for herself as an editor

  • Title: Flights of Fantasy
  • Author: Mercedes Lackey Mike Resnick Jody Lynn Nye Lawrence Watt-Evans Josepha Sherman Nancy Asire Diana L. Paxson S.M. Sirling
  • ISBN: 9780886778637
  • Page: 361
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Flights of Fantasy is a short story collection edited by Mercedes Lackey centered around birds and flight.The fourth anthology edited by Mercedes Lackey, who is making a name for herself as an editor, in addition to her fame as a writer A bestselling author and licensed wild bird rehabilitator Mercedes Lackey has brought together original stories about fantastic flying crFlights of Fantasy is a short story collection edited by Mercedes Lackey centered around birds and flight.The fourth anthology edited by Mercedes Lackey, who is making a name for herself as an editor, in addition to her fame as a writer A bestselling author and licensed wild bird rehabilitator Mercedes Lackey has brought together original stories about fantastic flying creatures by such acclaimed writers as Mike Resnick, Diana Paxson, Lawrence Watt Evans, and S.M Sirling Mercedes Lackey also includes a never before published novella.

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    • Cris says:

      I picked up this book because of the novella by Mercedes Lackey that's included. I thoroughly enjoyed Lackey's "Wide Wings".The collection is a mixed-bag with some stories being more appealing than others--but overall the collection is better than most. None of the stories was bad.The stories were very different from one another in style, tone and content similar only in their inclusion of flying creatures.I enjoyed Nye's "Eagle's Eye" (view spoiler)[with its take on spirit guardians as well as [...]

    • Ilona says:

      I enjoyed all of the stories in this anthology and it was hard to pick just one that I liked better than any other. There are eleven short stories in total and each one has a flying creature in it, hence the title of the anthology. Sometimes the flying was tenuous but over all each story was like a perfect jewel in a pretty necklace. Each one an individual but each also enhancing the next.

    • Sarah Sammis says:

      Read it on a flight to San Diego.

    • Azz Lunatic says:

      "Flights of Fantasy (Daw Book Collectors, No. 1141) by Mercedes Lackey (1999)"

    • Sean Talbot says:

      very disappointing as no strong characters that you fall in love with one of the worst anthologies I sat through

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