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Oct 16, 2012 | 368 Pages

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Apr 29, 2003 | 352 Pages

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Oct 16, 2012 | 801 Minutes

  • Paperback $16.00

    Oct 16, 2012 | 368 Pages

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    Apr 29, 2003 | 352 Pages

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Praise for Windhaven:

"A powerful flight of the imagination … wrought by a pair of writers noted for excellence."—Roger Zelazny

"Told with a true storyteller’s voice: clear, singing, persuasive, and wonderfully moving. They have made a mythic land and peopled it with unforgettable characters. It is a book for adults and children who have dreamed of flying with their own wings, and for story listeners of all ages for whom dreams are as potent as realities. A truly wonderful book."—Jane Yolen

"It’s a romance. It’s science fantasy. It’s beautiful."—A.E. van Vogt

"The pace never slackens, shifting easily from moments of almost unbearable tension to others of sheer poetry and exhilaration. Martin and Tuttle make wonderful professional music together."
Fort Worth Star-Telegram

For George R. R. Martin’s A Game of Thrones:

"Grabs hold and won’t let go. It’s brilliant."– Robert Jordan

"A grand feast and pageant: George R. R. Martin has unveiled for us an intensely realized, romantic but realistic world."– Chicago Sun-Times

A Clash of Kings:

"Destined to be one of the best fantasy series ever written."– The Denver Post

"Rivals T. H. White’s The Once and Future King."– The Des Moines Register

For Lisa Tuttle’s The Pillow Friend:

"A disturbing novel about dreams and wishes, a nightmarish distaff monkey’s paw of a book that it’s impossible to forget. Lisa Tuttle remains our preeminent chronicler of family madness and desire."– Neil Gaiman

"Stunning. This novel shows us that what we hide from ourselves, and what we make up, may be more real than reality itself."– Library Journal

Lost Futures:

"Lisa Tuttle’s best fiction is like a slow settling of vast planes of thought and emotion — luminous, quiet, wry and often bitter. The edges almost always admit other worlds, sometimes horrific, whose full import may be revealed, fully and skillfully, in a single, telling line."– Kathleen Ann Goonan, The New York Review of Science Fiction

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