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Take No Prisoners

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John Grant is a master of transcendant literary fantasy. The author of more than 25 volumes of fiction and 35 volumes of criticism and essays, he is a giant in the field of science fiction and fantasy. Take No Prisoners is a collection of previously published short stories by John Grant. The author is a winner of the Hugo Award, the Chesley Award and the World Fantasy Awar ...more
Paperback, 248 pages
Published July 1st 2004 by Willowgate Press
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John Grant is author of some seventy books, of which about twenty-five are fiction, including novels like The World, The Hundredfold Problem, The Far-Enough Window and most recently The Dragons of Manhattan and Leaving Fortusa. His “book-length fiction” Dragonhenge, illustrated by Bob Eggleton, was shortlisted for a Hugo Award in 2003; its successor was The Stardragons. His first story collection, ...more
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