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Death And The Librarian And Other Stories

3.85 of 5 stars 3.85  ·  rating details  ·  39 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Esther Friesner offers a collection of 12 of her best pieces of short fiction including brand new story, Ilion, as well as two Nebula award-winning stories.
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Published November 1st 2002 by Five Star (ME)
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Joanne
Still reading this, but for this one story, Jesus at the Bat, I love you Esther Friesner...
Finished. I didn't know how wide Friesner's range was till now. Funny, poignant, heartbreaking stories, well worth reading. Go find this book.
April
I enjoyed this collection of short stories by Esther Friesner, mostly reprinted from elsewhere. My favorites were her humorous ones. Some of them were a bit obtuse for me, but I really liked the title story and How to Make Unicorn Pie.
Alain
I read about half the stories in the book. Some of them were well written and some of them were extremely well written. They all made me terribly sad, which is the reason why I returned it before finishing it.
Jeni Clark
Esther Freisner is one of my favorite sci-fi/speculation/dystopia/comedic fantasy writers. I gobble up anything I can get by her. So maybe my review is a bit biased. But DAMN the woman can write!
Marisella
This is one of the best books of short stories I've ever read! Very diverse, from hilarious to heart-breaking...
Mary
Gorgeous, sad, and hopeful all at the same time....
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Esther M. Friesner was educated at Vassar College, where she completed B.A's in both Spanish and Drama. She went to on to Yale University; within five years she was awarded an M.A. and Ph.D. in Spanish. She taught Spanish at Yale for a number of years before going on to become a full-time author of fantasy and science fiction. She has published twenty-seven novels so far; her most recent titles in ...more
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