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Shadows of a Fading World

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Ages pass. Civilizations fall. Strange sorceries arise. New stories emerge.

From H.G. Wells' "The Time Machine," to Jack Vance's "The Dying Earth," readers have found endless wonder and adventure in stories set at the decline of civilization, or far beyond. Now, Long Count Press presents seven original tales of swords and sorcery set in the aftermath of dead or dying worl
Kindle Edition, 146 pages
Published January 25th 2014 by Long Count Press
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Ruth Jauregui
Apr 21, 2014 rated it really liked it
Like all anthologies, I liked some of the stories in Shadows of a Fading World better than others. I'm delighted that there were no "stream of consciousness" writing styles, every story was plotted, crafted and well written. I especially liked Neal Litherland's and Ian Creasey's stories. Each had its own defining moments and plot twist that brought the tale above the other good stories in the anthology and the genre.

I highly recommend this anthology to anyone who's looking for some new and diffe
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