By James Alan Gardner
Award-winning writer James Alan Gardner conjures up a feeling of ask yourself that's synonymous with nice speculative fiction. Now, in his first short-story assortment, he brings jointly the various stories that experience made his popularity, starting from the typical adventure to the cosmic, from peanut butter sandwiches to house drives. There are tales of ask yourself, mind's eye, humanity, and the unknown and stories that remind us of the significance of danger.
Some of the tales during this assortment have received the Aurora Award and the grand prize within the prestigious Writers of the long run contest and been nominated for either Hugo and Nebula Awards, whereas others are thoroughly new and undiscovered.
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