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  • Title: Tales from the Vulgar Unicorn
  • Author: Robert Lynn Asprin Lynn Abbey Philip José Farmer David Drake A.E. van Vogt Janet E. Morris Andrew J. Offutt
  • ISBN: 9780140069853
  • Page: 417
  • Format: Paperback
  • The world s top fantasy writers spin stories and loop the loop with each other s characters in Tales from the Vulgar Unicorn, the second collection in this unique anthology series set in the amazing city of Sanctuary, where you can enjoy the quiet elegance of Ambrosia House sample bizarre pleasures at the House of Whips sip ale in the Vulgar Unicorn, and listen to some oThe world s top fantasy writers spin stories and loop the loop with each other s characters in Tales from the Vulgar Unicorn, the second collection in this unique anthology series set in the amazing city of Sanctuary, where you can enjoy the quiet elegance of Ambrosia House sample bizarre pleasures at the House of Whips sip ale in the Vulgar Unicorn, and listen to some of the most strange, dangerous, magical and deadly tales ever told Philip Jose Farmer, A.E Van Vogt, Robert Asprin, Lynn Abbey, Janet Morris, David Drake and Andrew J Offutt have dreamed up a world of wonders a fabulous reading adventure Contents Introduction Robert Asprin Spiders of the Purple Mage Philip Jose Farmer Goddess David Drake The Fruir of Enlibar Lynn Abbey The Dream of the Sorceress A.E van Vogt Vashanka s Minion Janet Morris Shadow s Pawn Andrew J Offutt To Guard the Guardians Robert Asprin Essay The Lighter Side of Sanctuary Robert Asprin
    Tales from the Vulgar Unicorn The world s top fantasy writers spin stories and loop the loop with each other s characters in Tales from the Vulgar Unicorn the second collection in this unique anthology series set in the amazing c

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    1. When I was a young teenager, thirteen or fourteen, I read a few of the shared world Thieves World anthologies and enjoyed them I remember them as being good, rollicking, adventure fantasy fun, so when I found this volume at the back of my archive boxes I had an ooh moment and decided to give it a read, out of a nostalgic whim for some good, simple fun.Sadly, the book is dire Each of the volumes is sprinkled with a smattering of SFnal big names in this issue it s Philip Jose Farmer, an author who [...]

    2. I read this book many years ago in high school and remember loving it There are some interesting characters in these short stories and in the whole Thieves World series One of my favorite stories from that series is in this book, and contains a plot twist that I remember fondly to this day.

    3. 2nd in the Thieves World anthology series Like most anthologies it s a mixed bag On the whole I enjoyed it I think the shared world makes it a lot easier to get into each story you already know the world, no setup necessary.Spiders of the Purple Mage by Philip Jose Farmer Good story The character of Smhee was worth the read alone devotee of a foreign cult who smears himself with butter and is hunting a wizard.Goddess by David Drake Another good one An interesting story about avenging a family s [...]

    4. The continuing stories of Sanctuary and its inhabitantsTake a bunch of fantasy writers, give them a city and tell them to populate it.Thieves World takes place in the city of Sanctuary, but don t let the name fool you, Sanctuary is not the kind of city where you want to be wandering alone, or even in a group during nightime OR daytime and whatever you do do not go into that alley Thieves, Assassins, Barbaric Warriors, all around Bad People are mostly what populate this city But even the bad peop [...]

    5. Some stories good, some stories merely meh There are definitely contributors who I m glad I haven t read of given their style and prose in their particular story One note the stories, even the good ones, sure feel depressing None of the recurring characters have much in the way of redeeming qualities, and their lives seem bleak and joyless.

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    7. This one was decent not as good as the first but that had a whole newness to it this one lacks, plus that awesome Cappen Varra mobius story but this is still good and is gradually building out the world and No single story stands out, but all of them add up to a fairly fun experience.

    8. Book two in the Thieves World series Once again, discordant elements rear their ugly head, somewhat vitiating the shared world premise Philip Jose Farmer and David Drake s stories are set in a magical pastiche of the Middle East, akin to Aladdin, where women are second class subjects, etc mostly unrelated to previous and subsequent Thieves World material Lynn Abbey s story is a return to form, unfortunately followed by Janet Morris confused, cryptic story, which inserts far direct intervention [...]

    9. I knew nothing about Sanctuary going in now I m just happy to be out of it I didn t enjoy it wonder why I made myself finish itck cover TAKE Philip Jose Farmer, A E van Vogt, Robert Lynn Asprin, Lynn Abbey, Janet Morris, David Drake, and Andrew J OffuttVE THEM SANCTUARY One seedy town, the meanest, most dangerous in all the worlds of fantasyUS The right to use but not to use up each other s characters and a mighty will to out do each other s storiesE RESULT TALES FROM THE VULGAR UNICORNThe secon [...]

    10. Readability 8 Rating 6 Date estimated One of the Thieves World series of books, which collect short stories from a range of science fiction and fantasy writers The interesting aspect of these stories is the common setting the City of Sanctuary and the overlapping of characters and events At it s best, the series provides multiple viewpoints in very different styles of events that impact each character s life to varying extents The series also does an excellent job of maintaining a historical flo [...]

    11. i do love the Thieves World books, they are slow readers tho Alot of different people, things going on, so hard to keep it all in order Thats why i chose to reread the books and start at book 1 i read most of them in hS bout 20 yrs ago , and they are not much easier to grasp now as they were then But the authors notes at the end of book 1 does explain soooo much Anyhow, most my reviews are for my own personal benefit Favorite storyThe Fruit of EnlibarShadow s Pawn.To Gaurd the GaurdiansFavorite [...]

    12. I used to have many Thieves Guild books but gave most of them away in a previous tidying fit Since then I have picked up copies whenever I rarely find them I honestly don t know if I like them now for themselves or for nostalgia reasons but they are good old fashioned fantasy from before it became popular with mainstream readers My favourite character I think is Hanse, though I find Tempus interesting too I wonder if these characters will ever catch the eye of film makers

    13. The world s top fantasy writers spin stories and loop the loop with each other s characters in Tales from the Vulgar Unicorn, the second collection in this unique anthology series set in the amazing city of Sanctuary, where you can enjoy the quiet elegance of Ambrosia House sample bizarre pleasures at the House of Whips sip ale in the Vulgar Unicorn, and listen to some of the most strange, dangerous, magical and deadly tales ever told

    14. I read this back in my late teens, a time when I was far less discerning about my reading material That said, even then I was appalled by the repeated, casual references to rape of all varieties, in particular child rape.I know there are those who revere this series, but it was very definitely not for me.

    15. This second Thieves World book seemed cohesive than the first one Still, I felt the lack of any progression it s a series of good stories that don t really go anywhere I know that s the nature of an anthology of this type but it reminds me why I don t read short stories much I also wish it was a bit fun it s all fairly grim throughout.

    16. I m digging this series so far The old school fantasy thing is so much satisfying and interesting than most modern examples, prone as they are to simply repeat tropes and stereotypes, and focus on other things than plot We ll see how it goes, because there s a bunch of these books and they re bound to start sucking a bit.

    17. As with any anthology, some of the stories, characters, and authors I liked better than others All of them are pretty good though, and some of them are great Thieves World has introduced me to a lot of my favorite fantasy sci fi authors.This is one of the few series that I actually love.

    18. Not as awesome as the first tome, but still pretty decent First story way to long but still decent Second story has one of the greatest dungeon catacomb exploration segment I ever read in the fantasy book Rest of the book I almost forgot already If you get a chance read the second story and skip the rest.

    19. This second book in the Thieves World anthology series was enjoyable than the first I remember reading it several times over the years and it is just one of those books you remember laughing at Very good stuff Danny

    20. These stories are definitely edgier than a lot of the sci fi fantasy out there today These tales are not for children definitely adult material Unfortunately, I didn t enjoy them as much as I d thought I would a friend of mine loved them than any other series.

    21. The trouble with the Thieves World anthologies is that the authors chose to set the stories in the seediest rundown dump of a city imaginable It clearly became a contest between the contributors to see who could come up with the nastiest character to place in the rotten setting.

    22. I felt like this book was of a mixed bag than the previous book Least favorite was the one about Tempus by Janet Morris I had a hard time getting through that story but the rest of the book made up for it.

    23. This book is better than its predecessor It s a sleeker, smoother read My only complaint is that this book seems to have cleaned up the city a little bit There was a rawness that was missing And maybe that rawness is what made this book a smoother read shrug Still, a fun series

    24. Sexist, racist and, most damming of all, boring One would assume a series titled Thieves World would contain some, you know, thieves.

    25. Antology of fantasy stories, all taking place in a common setting the town called Sanctuary Varying quality, but all very good I had a feeling this one was not as good as the first one.

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