Really cool little story.
I think it is a worthy addition to the book collections of those who do enjoy short stories, or for those who are fans of one or more of the contributing authors.
You can read the short stories, and then decide for yourself whether you want to invest the time to read through a particular author's full-size novel.
"On your right, man,” he said, simply. Jamie smiled. When he’d been five years old, Ian’s da, Auld John, had persuaded his own da to let Jamie handle a sword cack-handed, as he... Read morePublished 6 hours ago by Andrea Thompson
This collection of short stories was good not great. The main reason that I purchased this collection was for George RR Martin's story. So, I will focus my review on that. Read morePublished 7 hours ago by AJ Paulson
As a mere male I found this a fascinating dip into a number of genres I wouldn't normally read and a look at writings some of which I think were probably aimed at and by females. Read morePublished 6 days ago by kneedeep
Do not let the size of this book daunt you. I will say that it is a huge book but it is filled with stories that are all female-centric and the fiction ranges across all genres. Read morePublished 8 days ago by L. Ruetz
It took me a really long time to make it through this book, even with skipping stories, and that was a big sign that it wasn’t working for me. Read more
I first read the story by Diana Gabaldon and then the story by George R R Martin. They were both excellent, especially the one by Mr. Martin. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Joanne Maycox
I did not enjoy most of these stories. Most of the women portrayed are just plain evil, nasty, and/or loathsome. It was tiresome to read.Published 10 days ago by PurpleDiane
I can never get enough of these anthologies. Not to mention the peek into Westeros history they provide.Published 11 days ago by Kristin P.