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Lords of Swords

by Daniel E. Blackston

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Featuring thirteen heroic fantasy stories by popular and critically acclaimed writers, this anthology offers a fascinating and unique roster of contributors who provide gripping tales that run the gamut of fantasy themes and settings. Providing a compelling selection of unpublished, original stories that cover the central themes of the fantasy subgenre, these short stories include the works of recognized masters Tanith Lee and "cult" favorites John C. Hocking and D. K. Latta, alongside rising stars E. E. Knight and Howard Andrew Jones. A range of themes and settings that are at once eclectic and thematically unified make this the ideal showcase of contemporary fantasy fiction.

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