Legends II (book)

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Legends II
Legends II 2003-1st ed..jpg
First edition cover
Editor Robert Silverberg
Author Various
Country United States
Language English
Genre Fantasy
Published December 30, 2003
Publisher Del Rey Books
Media type Print (Hardcover & Paperback)
Pages 379 pp
ISBN 0-345-45644-0
OCLC 42695477
Preceded by Legends

Legends II: New Short Novels by the Masters of Modern Fantasy is a 2003 collection of 11 short stories by a number of noteworthy fantasy authors, edited by Robert Silverberg. All the stories were original to the collection, and set in the authors' established fictional worlds. The first Legends was published in 1998.[1]

In 2004, the Legends II anthology was republished as two volumes, Legends II: Dragon, Sword, and King and Legends II: Shadows, Gods, and Demons.

Contents[edit]

Author Short story title World Republished in
Robin Hobb "Homecoming" The Realm of the Elderlings Legends II: Shadow, Gods, and Demons
George R. R. Martin The Sworn Sword (novella) A Song of Ice and Fire Legends II: Dragon, Sword, and King
Orson Scott Card "The Yazoo Queen" The Tales of Alvin Maker Legends II: Dragon, Sword, and King
Diana Gabaldon Lord John and the Succubus (novella)[2] Outlander Legends II: Dragon, Sword, and King
Robert Silverberg "The Book of Changes" Majipoor Legends II: Shadow, Gods, and Demons
Tad Williams "The Happiest Dead Boy in the World" Otherland Legends II: Shadow, Gods, and Demons
Anne McCaffrey "Beyond Between" Dragonriders of Pern Legends II: Shadow, Gods, and Demons
Raymond E. Feist "The Messenger" The Riftwar Saga Legends II: Shadow, Gods, and Demons
Elizabeth Haydon "Threshold" Symphony of Ages Legends II: Dragon, Sword, and King
Neil Gaiman "The Monarch of the Glen" American Gods Legends II: Shadow, Gods, and Demons
Terry Brooks "Indomitable" Shannara Legends II: Dragon, Sword, and King

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References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.publishersweekly.com/978-0-345-45644-1
  2. ^ "Official site: Chronology of the Outlander Series". DianaGabaldon.com (Internet Archive). Retrieved October 29, 2013. 


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