Perhaps no residing writer of ingenious fiction has earned the awards, accolades, appreciate, and literary acceptance of Gene Wolfe. His prose has been referred to as sophisticated and really good, inspiring not only fans of myth and technology fiction, yet readers of each stripe, transcending style and defying preconceptions.
In this quantity, a decide on workforce of Wolfe's fellow authors pay tribute to the award-winning writer of The ebook of the hot sunlight, The 5th Head of Cerberus, Soldier of the Mist, The Wizard Knight and so on, with fullyyt new tales written in particular to honor the author hailed via The Washington Post as "one of America's finest."
Shadows of the hot solar features contributions by means of Neil Gaiman, David Brin, David Drake, Nancy Kress, and so on, plus new brief tales by way of Gene Wolfe himself.
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