The Ends of the Earth
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The Ends of the Earth

by Lucius Shepard
Release date: 1990
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: science fiction, fantasy, horror, short stories
Tags: world fantasy award

World Fantasy Award winner 1992.

Lucius Shepard returns to Arkham House imprint, surely for the last time, since this great writer is assuming his rightful place as a distinguished figure in contemporary American letters. Shepard's second collection is an even finer assemblage than his award-winning Jaguar Hunter, with a balance selection of fantasy and horror works, including several short novels: The Ends of the Earth, Delta Sly Honey, Bound for Glory, The Exercise of Faith, Nomans Land, Life of Buddha, Shades, Aymara, A Wooden Tiger, The Black Clay Boy, Fire Zone Emerald, On the Border, The Scalehunter's Beautiful Daughter, and Surrender. With photomontage interior by Jeffrey K. Potter.

"The haunting power of these tales, along with the high-quality production and striking illustrations, make this book essential for any fantasy reader's library."Publisher's Weekly

Contents:

  • The Ends of the Earth
  • Delta Sly Honey
  • Bound For Glory
  • The Exercise of Faith
  • Nomans Land
  • Life of Buddha
  • Shades
  • Aymara
  • A Wooden Tiger
  • The Black Clay Boy
  • Fire Zone Emerald
  • On the Border
  • The Scalehunter's Beautiful Daughter
  • Surrender
(updated 2015-01-09)

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