With Stars Underfoot

  • Title: With Stars Underfoot
  • Author: Sharon Lee Steve Miller
  • ISBN: 9780972247368
  • Page: 352
  • Format: None
  • With Stars Underfoot Two short stories Lord of the Dance and This House This House first appeared in the anthology Stars edited by Janis Ian This is the first appearance of Lord of the Dance
    Two short stories Lord of the Dance and This House This House first appeared in the anthology Stars edited by Janis Ian This is the first appearance of Lord of the Dance.

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    About Sharon Lee Steve Miller


    1. Sharon Lee has been married to her first husband for than half her lifetime she is a friend to cats, a member of the National Carousel Association, and oversees the dubious investment schemes of an improbable number of stuffed animals.Despite having been born in a year of the dragon, Sharon is an introvert She lives in Maine because she likes it there In fact, she likes it so much that she has written five novels set in Maine contemporary fantasy trilogy Carousel Tides, Carousel Sun, Carousel Seas, and mysteries Barnburner and Gunshy.With the aforementioned first husband, Steve Miller, Sharon has written twenty novels of science fiction and fantasy many of them set in the Liaden Universe and numerous short stories She has occasionally been an advertising copywriter, a reporter, photographer, book reviewer, and secretary She was for three years Executive Director of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, Inc and was subsequently elected vice president and then president of that organization.


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    1. Lord of the Dance is seen through Pat Rin's eyes and is set on Surebleak during Clan Korval's first winter there. The timeline is off (details below), so this story has been re-classified by Lee & Miller as "author-written fanfic" (e.g not "true" -- it didn't happen). This is not disclosed in the story, nor has the GR or synopsis been updated, but see the author's blog, in "Thursday Morning Potpourri: sharonleewriter/2012/07/th Lord of the Dance portrays Pat Rin's bittersweet triumph. Even [...]

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    2. 3 stars average.The first story is about a healer who got rejected by his lover and decided to live away from societyuntil his ex-lover asked him to help heal the ex-lover's lifemate. I supposed it's about forgiveness and healing but without much backstory, it's hard to really sympathize with the characters.The second story is on Surebleak where Audrey opens her whorehouse for the first Winter ball. This one is interesting as it highlights the differences in the Liaden Code of Proper Conduct to [...]

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    3. Lord of the Dance, which is one of the stories in this book, actually is also part of the second Liaden Universe Companion (paperback) or the second Liaden Unibus (ebook at Webscription) and seems to be set later than Ghost Ship - Miri and Val Con being able to dance and the whole story set in the first winter festivities of Clan Korval on Surebleak.It's a lovely story to celebrate Pat Rin's work and confirm something he never believed about himself, actually. Just fun! (view spoiler)[Aunty Kare [...]

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    4. I found Lord of the Dance very enjoyable, This House was ok.

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    5. Just finished my second readthrough of the two short stories, "Lord of the Dance" and "This House", which make up the "With Stars Underfoot" bundle.This House - is about healing inner wounds, or at least decreasing the scar tissue so one can move. It is a stand-alone, not closely connected to the main family of the Liaden Universe.Lord of the Dance - clearly fits into the Liaden Universe chronology. Can be read without the background, but the point of the dance will be lost on readers not famili [...]

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    6. I do so love the Liaden Universe. I was astonished to learn that somehow I had missed this volume, and was delighted that my friend Sally brought this to my attention.

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    7. Two very different stories. I found "Lord of the Dance" to be light fun. "This House" is far more substantial but less entertaining.

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