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Author: Mercedes Lackey,Jody A. Lee
ISBN13: 978-0886777203
Title: Sword of Ice: And Other Tales of Valdemar
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Language: English
Category: Short Stories and Anthologies
Publisher: DAW; Reissue edition (January 1, 1997)

Sword of Ice: And Other Tales of Valdemar by Mercedes Lackey,Jody A. Lee

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Only 6 left in stock (more on the way). I really like Mercedes Lackey's Valdemar series, and having other authors contribute to the storyline can be quite interesting. A couple of the stories were adequate, but the majority were interesting and well written. Overall, a good read.

Sword of Ice by Mercedes Lackey and John Yezeguielian. In the Forest of Sorrows by John Heifers. Vkandis' Own by Ben Ohlander. A Herald's Honor by Mickey Zucker Reichert. A Song For No One's Mourning by Gary A. Braunbeck. Blue Heart by Philip M. Austin and Mercedes Lackey. Her first book, Arrows of the Queen, the first hi the Valde-mar series, was published in 1985. She won the Lambda award for Magic's Price and Science Fiction Book Club Book of the Year for the The Elvenbane, co-authored with Andre Norton. Along with her husband, Larry Dixon, she is a Federally licensed bird rehabilitator, specializing in birds of prey.

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The first ever collection of Valdemar tales by other authors set in the world of Mercedes Lackey. As it so charmingly states on the front cover, there are 18 tales! Some are written in concert with Mercedes Lackey, and the opening and closing stories are both by the same collaborators. Sword of Ice" is essentially a collection of officially sanctioned Valdemar fan-fiction. None of the stories are spectacular, but all are decent with no egregious crimes of characterization, dialog, or whatnot. The cover is somewhat unexciting, and I didn't think that the Companion's eyes were really blue enough to be convincing  . Song of Valdemar' by Kristin Schwengel shows what happens when someone is gifted with the wrong thing. It really does seem very sad, and the fact that it touched me indicates it it well written. The School Up the Hill' by Elisabeth Waters was also good.

This modest book about a magical land called Valdemar was the beginning of a fantasy masterpiece that would span decades and include more than two dozen titles. In March 1987, Mercedes Lackey, a young author from Oklahoma, published her first novel, Arrows of the Queen. No one could have envisioned that this modest book would be the beginning of a fantasy career that would span decades and more than a hundred nov. Elf Fantastic.

Filled with magic, intrigue, romance and adventure, Mercedes Lackey's world of Valdemar is one of the most popular domains in fantasy literature. Home to the Heralds and thier mysterious horselike Companions, the magical Tayledras Hawk-people, and of course, the powerful gryphons, Valdemar has garnered a devoted global following. Now these 17 new tales by fantasy's greatest authors are sure to add their own chapter to the history of this enchanting land.
Reviews: 7
Love the cover. If your a Misty fan you have to read the anthologies. =0)
I obsessively read all the Valdemar books in the series and was very happy to let an array of authors, including their creator, Mercedes Lackey, tell me stories about familiar and unfamiliar characters. The five star rating was because I loved the collection, though some of the stories were better than others. Anybody addicted to that world will enjoy them.
Another good set of anthologies.
These anthologies are a terrific addition to the "pure" series of Valdemar novels by Mercedes Lackey. Written by other authors inspired by her world of Valdemar, they are an eclectic mix of stories that provide a little more insight into Valdemar as well as the people living in the lands bordering it. Tragic and comedic, they add a valuable enhancement to the beloved people of the world of the Heralds and Companions.
I love Mercedes Lackey. The short stories are like a quick leap into Valdemar without the long time required to reach the conclusion. I can read one before bed and maybe one during lunch. I still always love the full books. Short stories are just a sweet, light dose.
I really like Mercedes Lackey's Valdemar series, and having other authors contribute to the storyline can be quite interesting. A couple of the stories were adequate, but the majority were interesting and well written. Overall, a good read.
collection of short stories by various authors, love most stories of Valdemar.
I love this series. I can't wail for the next book to come out.