Science Fiction: The Best Of 2003 #2020

Science Fiction: The Best Of 2003 Karen Haber Jonathan Strahan Michael Swanwick Stephen Baxter Howard Waldrop Jeffrey Ford Susan Mosser Lucius Shepard Science Fiction The Best Of Karen Haber is the bestselling co author of Science of the X Men and is a contributing writer to The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction She was also the editor of the essay collections Meditatio

  • Title: Science Fiction: The Best Of 2003
  • Author: Karen Haber Jonathan Strahan Michael Swanwick Stephen Baxter Howard Waldrop Jeffrey Ford Susan Mosser Lucius Shepard
  • ISBN: 9780743479196
  • Page: 479
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Science Fiction: The Best Of 2003 Karen Haber Jonathan Strahan Michael Swanwick Stephen Baxter Howard Waldrop Jeffrey Ford Susan Mosser Lucius Shepard Karen Haber is the bestselling co author of Science of the X Men, and is a contributing writer to The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction She was also the editor of the essay collections Meditations on Middle Earth which was nominated for the prestigious Hugo Award and the recent Exploring the Matrix Affordably priced collection appeals to readers hesitant t Karen Haber is the bestselling co author of Science of the X Men, and is a contributing writer to The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction She was also the editor of the essay collections Meditations on Middle Earth which was nominated for the prestigious Hugo Award and the recent Exploring the Matrix Affordably priced collection appeals to readers hesitant to purchase high priced Best of anthologies same high quality of stories at a lower price.ContentsIntroduction essay by Karen HaberThe Fluted Girl by Paolo BacigalupiA Study in Emerald by Neil GaimanFlowers from Alice by Charles Stross and Cory DoctorowThe Tale of the Golden Eagle by David D LevineBernardo s House by James Patrick KellyConfusions of U i by Ursula K Le GuinJon by George SaundersThe Cookie Monster by Vernor VingeLegions in Time by Michael SwanwickThe Chop Line by Stephen BaxterCalling Your Name by Howard WaldropThe Empire of Ice Cream by Jeffrey FordBump Ship by Susan Mosser variant of Bumpship Only Partly Here by Lucius Shepard
    Science Fiction: The Best Of 2003 Karen Haber Jonathan Strahan Michael Swanwick Stephen Baxter Howard Waldrop Jeffrey Ford Susan Mosser Lucius Shepard

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    1. nhwvejournal 211123ml return return Not madly impressed most of the stories I had read before as they were Hugo or Nebula finalists, or collected somewhere else, and the remaining ones were generally not up to much Honourable mentions though to Flowers for Alice by Cory Doctorow and Charles Stross, and especially to Only Partly Here , by Lucius Shepard, the first successful genre story I ve read about 9 11 There is also a surprisingly unprofessional level of misprints.

    2. A war fought with the use of time travel, intelligences trapped in a computer program, a man whose synesthesia conjures up a kindred spirit, and a sentient house awaiting its master s return are just a few of the imaginative and fascinating concepts contained in this anthology Some of the stories seemed fantasy than science fiction, but I enjoyed almost all of them A very satisfying collection.

    3. This book took about 4 months for me to read, but it was pretty enjoyable for the most part None of the stories was bad, that I can remember, most of them were pretty interesting, and a couple were outstanding Neil Gaiman, big surprise, and The Chop Line by Stephen Baxter was really freaky , hell of a buy for a 50 baht used impulse buy.

    4. A fairly uneven selection of last decades SF the standouts are The Empire of Ice Cream, a nice existential chiller and Only Partly Here a slow burning 9 11 gothic story.

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