Horse Fantastic

  • Title: Horse Fantastic
  • Author: Martin H. Greenberg Charles Ingrid Mary Stanton Jennifer Roberson Lee Barwood Judith Tarr Rosalind M. Greenberg Mercedes Lackey
  • ISBN: 9780886775049
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Paperback
  • Horse Fantastic An all new volume featuring another of humankind s most enchanting companions the horse Among the hit parade of authors who have crafted original stories for this volume are Anne McCaffrey Jennifer R
    An all new volume featuring another of humankind s most enchanting companions the horse Among the hit parade of authors who have crafted original stories for this volume are Anne McCaffrey, Jennifer Roberson, Mercedes Lackey, Mike Resnick, and Full page ads in Locus, Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Asimov Analog, and Science Fiction Chronicle.

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    About Martin H. Greenberg Charles Ingrid Mary Stanton Jennifer Roberson Lee Barwood Judith Tarr Rosalind M. Greenberg Mercedes Lackey


    1. Martin Harry Greenberg was an American academic and speculative fiction anthologist In all, he compiled 1,298 anthologies and commissioned over 8,200 original short stories He founded Tekno Books, a packager of than 2000 published books In addition, he was a co founder of the Sci Fi Channel.For the 1950s anthologist and publisher of Gnome Press, see Martin Greenberg.


    646 Comments


    1. I love horses; I wanted to love this book. Unfortunately, like many anthologies, this collection is really a mixed bag. A handful of stories were excellent - I'd give them 5 stars on their own. But others just didn't hold my interest or attention, or lacked something in the writing. Your mileage may vary. With such a wide range of stories, there are some bound to have more appeal to different audiences.

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    2. I bought this along with Dragon Fantastic, and figured, oh, I'll probably like a couple of the stories, I'm more excited about the dragon book. But no! I do love horses, and these are some of the best short fantasy stories I've ever read. I still go back and reread several of them, including The Most Magical Thing About Rachel, by Nancy Springer. Some thoroughly wonderful stories!

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    3. I tracked this book down to read "Stolen Silver" by Mercedes Lackey. I didn't realize that this story predated the Alberich books. It's almost word for word the same as the opening episode from his first book. It's a great introduction to the character and a great story, but if you've read the books, there's nothing new for you here.

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    4. Overall I liked this a lot. Some really great writing and stories. Not all were home runs but some definitely were. A fun read for anyone who loves horses.

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    5. As a horse lover, I picked up this book not quite knowing what to expect. I have to agree with one of the previous reviewers that I think the best story in this collection is one entitled "Classical Horses" by Judith Tarr. A close second is "Silverdown's Gold", by Janny Wurts, which left me wanting to know more of the main characters' stories. Another unexpected gem, albeit short and very odd, is "The Czechoslovakian Pigeon Farmer and the Pony Who Wasn't a Paint" by Mary Stanton.That said, this [...]

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    6. The Czechoslovakian Pigeon Farmer and the Pony that Wasn’t a Paint by Mary Stanton still makes me smile and Judith Tarr's Classical Horses was great.Stolen Silver by Mercedes Lackey 3/12/2006Love at First Ride by Mickey Zucker Reichert 3/13/2006Dancer's Fire by Josepha Sherman 3/14/2006The Phantom Watch by Charles Ingrid 3/15/2006The Czechoslovakian Pigeon Farmer & the Pony that Wasn't a Paint by Mary Stanton 3/16/2006Riding the Nightmare by Jennifer Roberson 3/17/2006When Lightning Strike [...]

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    7. I've been looking for this anthology for the longest time! The very first story in this book is "Stolen Silver" by Mercedes Lackey and in this story we see Alberich being rescued by his Companion, Taver, and him realizing that he's been Chosen. I absolutely ADORE Lackey's style of writing; in just 14 pages she manages to introduce a character you're dying to know more about and his Companion who has traveled to a rather dangerous region in order to get him. If you're a fan of Lackey's Valdemar s [...]

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    8. I purchased this book almost entirely for Judith Tarr's "Classical Horses" story which I absolutely adore being a connection between two things I have great interest in, horses and mythology. But all the stories were pretty good.

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    9. I always love any kind of fantasy horse stories!

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    10. I am not a huge horse fanatic but the stories in this were wonderful, by some of my favorite authors.

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    11. This is one of my favorite books in my horse books collection, it consists of short horse stories that are amazing!! LOVE!

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    12. Fantastical and supernatural horse stories. My favorite, about the ghost of a race horse, made me teary-eyed every time.

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    13. A lovely collection of short stories that will capture the imagination of any horse fancier!

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