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Wide ranging look at a specific type of read for fans and researchers of the genre- perfect if you're in the field or interested in finding some new things to read.Published 2 months ago by thirdtwin
I am so excited to have this book! It's definitely everything I wanted it to be and so much more.Published 17 months ago by Emily
I refer to this book regularly to educate myself and to find new books and writers to check out. It's not perfect but it's so full of info that any flaws are easily overlooked.Published 17 months ago by Carnack
The Encyclopedia of Fantasy - John Clute and John Grant [587 2014-02-01]
Published in 1996 this 1079 page book is currently the best source for information on item... Read more
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Like its companion volume of Science Fiction published a few years before this one, this exhaustive text not only provides a whole treasure trove of history and bibliography, and... Read morePublished on January 8, 2009 by G. Neal
The book should be called The Encylopedia of My Fantasy Critiques. Who wants to buy a book full of critiques? What sort of overstuffed person would write one? Read morePublished on October 29, 2008 by Moir
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