Horton provides a representative sample of the Best SFF from across the various publication sources, print and online.
The ‘anthology’ category on Best SF brings together all the reviews of books which are collections of new short stories, or collections of previously published short stories that aren’t Year’s Best, Nebula or Hugo collections.
Another chunky volume for the bookshelf of the Year’s Best anthology collector.
A clever idea for a trilogy from Adams/Howey, and they had me keeping an eye open for the appearance of volumes on Amazon, and pleased to have the POD volumes on my shelves.
The anthology took me a while to get through, probably (looking at it in retrospect) that it didn’t have enough really top quality stories in it for me to be eagerly reaching for the volume with eager anticipation for the next story. Some good stories, but nothing really cojonal grabbing.
Another set of excellent stories, continuing the exploration of the challenges that individuals, couples, communities and humanity as a whole have to face when things go from bad to worse
An excellent opening volume of a trilogy with each volume looking at a different stage of the forthcoming apocalypse.
Another strong volume in an excellent series.
The juggernaut that is Dozois’ Years Best hits the #31 mark, with another chunky volume.