[Ebook] Fantasy & Science Fiction, May/June 2011 (Vol 120, #5/6) By Gordon Van Gelder – Pocket-bikes.us

Fantasy & Science Fiction, May/June 2011 (Vol 120, #5/6)Stories Rampion, By Alexandra DuncanThe Black Mountain, By Albert E CowdreyMusic Makers, By Kate WilhelmThe Final Verse, By Chet WilliamsonStock Photos, By Robert ReedAgent Of Change, By Steven PopkesFine Green Dust, By Don WebbSigns Of Life, By Carter ScholzStarship Dazzle, By Scott BradfieldThe Old Terrologist S Tale, By S.L GilbowAltogether Elsewhere, Vast Herds Of Reindeer, By Ken LiuThe Road Ahead, By Robert ReedFeatures Jess Francis McComas The Traveler Returns, By Maria E AlonzoEditorial By Gordon Van GelderBooks To Look For, By Charles De LintBooks, By Chris MoriartyPlumage From Pegasus Building A Readership, By Paul Di FilippoFilms Without A Stringor A Thrill, By Kathi MaioComing AttractionsCompetition 81Curiosities, By F Gwynplaine McIntyre

    10 thoughts on “[Ebook] Fantasy & Science Fiction, May/June 2011 (Vol 120, #5/6) By Gordon Van Gelder – Pocket-bikes.us


  1. says:

    An average issue, largely enjoyable with a mixture of story types from fantasy to science fiction to some that I wouldn t classify as either which I like about this magazine It is literary than others, but also contains pure entertainment popcorn reads Unlike something like, say, Analog, it isn t bogged down with technical matters or science Rampion by Alexandra Duncan The longest of the stories, this one is well written and entertaining tale of two loves separated by family and circumstances, so nothing deep, and nothing new It is a historic story, and exotic, taking place in Southern Spain many centuries ago when the Umayaad caliphate ruled Was interesting to see Jewish, Moslem, and Christian characters interact in ways they once did, but not so much now The Black Mountain , by Albert Cowdrey An enjoyable paranormal type tale from New Orleans, which is what Cowdrey writes about seemingly always Long dead Eastern European priest whose foreboding presence still holds sway and protection over the church he built Music Makers , by Kate Wilhelm Loved the theme of music working magic on peop...


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    5 Star Music Makers Loved the characters Had a hard time choosing between Music Makers and the Final Verse for my favorite of the edition This one was predicable, but liked the characters .The Final Verse After reading this one, my mom renewed her interest in playing the banjo It s than a little unrelated, but...


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    Fred Chappell Maze of Shadows , , , , archaic , , , , 6,5 10.Naomi Kritzer Liberty s Daughter Maze of Shadows 7 10Albert E Cowdrey Asylum 5 10Pat MacEwen Taking the Low Road 8 10Michael Alexander The Children s Crusade , , , 8,5 10Dale Bailey Necrosis , 6 10Andy Stewart Typho...


  4. says:

    This is a short story comp and as with most, some stories will appeal to certain readers and some won t There is variety hill such as stories of the supernatural, climate, predicting the future and of a talking dog in space Not...

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