Sails & Sorcery



Sails & Sorcery Mermaids Pirates Flying ships Creatures from the deep Magic beyond your wildest dreams The sea is a dangerous and wonderful realm It calls to many, promising riches, adventure, or freedom But just as there are beautiful and remarkable treasures to be found upon and below the waves, do not underestimate the dangers hidden within its depths So polish your cutlass and prepare your spells for what awaits Embark upon a journey across leagues of unimaginable adventure Ride the waves to mystery and magic Featuring 28 stories and 42 illustrations, including tales by New York Times best seller Elaine Cunningham, Paul S Kemp, Patrick Thomas, and James M Ward with an all new story featuring Halcyon Blithe. Download Sails & Sorcery – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 420 pages
  • Sails & Sorcery
  • W.H. Horner
  • English
  • 23 January 2018
  • 0971360898

10 thoughts on “Sails & Sorcery

  1. Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books) says:

    This was a good collection of stories that smoothly combine the seafaring pirate theme with fantasy I only disliked a couple of stories, although as a whole, I found the tone a bit on the dark side I think the only upbeat story was by Patrick Thomas, and I would expect no less of him, since he always gets me to laugh with his stories The writing was high quality, even if I didn t necessarily care for all the stories, and none were predictable in the slightest One hopes to find fantasy storie This was a good collection of stories that smoothly combine the seafaring pirate theme with fantasy I only disliked a couple of stories, although as a whole, I found the tone a bit on the dark side I think the only upbeat story was by Patrick Thomas, and I would expect no less of him, since he always gets me to laugh with his stories The writing was high quality, even if I didn t necessarily care for all the stories, and none were predictable in the slightest One hopes to find fantasy stories ripe with imagination, and such was the case here They also depict all the highs and lows of the human experience, even if the characters aren t necessa...

  2. B. Barron says:

    An excellent collection My biggest complaint is that in the story The Bokor a very good story in one paragraph the hero s horse is described as both a sorrel mare and a white charger and it can be both a charger and a mare, but not sorrel and white It could be mottled, but that s not what was written Little details like this bother me The Drum of the Sea was okay but kind of pointless.In general most stories would rate a solid 3 with several really good ones I would give a 4 so I gi An excellent collection My biggest complaint is that in the story The Bokor a very good story in one paragraph the hero s horse is described as both a sorrel mare and a white charger and it can be both a charger and a mare, but not sorrel and white It could be mottled, but that s not what was written Little details like this bother me The Drum of the Sea was okay but kind of pointless.In general most stories would rate a ...

  3. Lisa (Harmonybites) says:

    This is an anthology of 28 all new original fantasy stories all set in an age of sail About half of them are set in the world we know, that is, could be called historical fantasy and I found I tended to prefer these stories and the other half are high fantasy Onereviewer described some of those as Middle Earth on the high seas and I d agree those tend to have that flavor, although with a generous helping of Conan the Barbarian And yes, a lot of horror, including one that came acro This is an anthology of 28 all new original fantasy stories all set in an age of sail About half of them are set in the world we know, that is, could be called historical fantasy and I found I tended to prefer these stories and the other half are high fantasy Onereviewer described some of those as Middle Earth on the high seas and I d agree those tend to have that flavor, although with a generous helping of Conan the Barbarian And yes, a lot of horror, including one that came across as a Lovecraft pastiche John Sprunk s Sea of Madness , and few you could call upbeat I should say upfront I m not an objective reviewer, my good friend Gerri Leen is one of the contributors and I was one of the first readers aka beta for her historical fantasy story about Francis Drake, The Drum of the Sea And yes, that is my favorite, need you ask It was, with one other exception, the only story dealing with a historical figure...

  4. Kathryn says:

    A nice collection of short stories I m taking my time with them It s nice to have it on hand, for when I feel like reading something new but don t want to get involved in a novel or a whole series.

  5. Shelle Klein Houser says:

    What I learned from this book well, I already knew that my boyfriend was a very good writer With this book, I learned that the publisher thought so too.

  6. Bryan Schmidt says:

    Solid and entertaining although some of the stories run together due to theme and other commonalities after a while Part of the reason is this collection is quite long But the writing is very strong, stories and charac...

  7. Martha says:

    1 1 2 stars It s a good thing I borrowed this book for the sake of one story Halcyon Blithe, which was 3 star , because most of the stories were awful I was originally anticipating it s genre to be fantasy, but it has been down graded in my opinion to quite a bit of horror.

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