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Grantville Gazette II by Eric Flint
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  romsfuulynn | Apr 28, 2013 |
(Amy) Much like the first of the Gazettes, this collection is fun but of spotty quality. I laughed out loud a few times, rolled my eyes a few times, but mostly it was fairly generic fare. "The Invisible War" is just about worth the price of admission all on its own, though, so I don't feel I wasted either money or time. Still, I do think the Gazettes are going to be pretty far down my ranking of this shared universe's offerings, overall.

Again, recommended only for completists.

( http://weblog.siliconcerebrate.com/zenos-library/2009/08/grantville_gazette_ii_e... )

(Alistair) Unfortunately for the general level of erudition of my booklog posts, I could greatly simplify talking about Grantville Gazette II by simply saying, see my post on the first Grantville Gazette, and assume that my opinions are essentially the same, which they are.

I liked a couple of the stories better than I had those in either the first of these volumes, or Ring of Fire, for that matter; in particular The Company Men, but overall my opinions on matters of interest and quality remain much the same.

( http://weblog.siliconcerebrate.com/cerebrate/2009/07/grantville_gazette_ii_ed_er... ) ( )
  libraryofus | Dec 30, 2009 |
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A collection of short stories and non-fiction essays related to the 1632 universe. Also included are a number of relevant websites, and information on submitting stories to the series.

Contents:
FICTION:
Steps in the Dance by Eric Flint
Collateral Damage by Mike Spehar
Euterpe, Episode 1 by Enrico M. Toro
The Company Men by Christopher James Weber
Just One of Those Days by Leonard Hollar
God's Gifts by Gorg Hugg
Bottom Feeders by John Zeek
An Invisible War by Danita Ewing
FACT:
A Quick and Dirty Treatise on Historical Fencing by Enrico M. Toro
So You Want to do Telecommunications in 1633? by Rick Boatright
Mente et Malleo: Practical Mineralogy and Minerals Exploration in 1632 by Laura Runkle
The Secret Book of Zink by Andrew Clark
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