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Wizards' Worlds

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A collection of classics from "one of the most popular writers of our time".--Publishers Weekly. Each story has been personally selected by Andre Norton, to create this stunning new volume of her contributions to the world of fantasy.
Paperback, 500 pages
Published July 15th 1990 by Tor Books (first published 1989)
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Zimye Hunter
Adds even more texture and detail to the rich Witch World universe

Adds even more texture and detail to the rich Witch World universe

I would recommend the book to anyone who loves the world Andre Norton has created for us in her full length novels.
I had read a few of these before : it was nice to re -read a few, others I skipped over. There are a wide range of stories and different locations and times - and I love that. While some might not enjoy short stories - I have always been intrigued with them. Some short stories I enjoy and remember better than longer books - and this must be said of Andre Norton, however long or short she writes I haven't ever been bored by it.

There were more witch -world themed stories than any other (which I gu
This is a collection of short stories written by Andre Norton. I am not a big fan of fantasy but i did enjoy these stories some more so than others.
This is a collection of short stories which contains the Witch World short story the Were-Wrath.
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