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by Bill Fawcett,Christopher Stasheff

Category: Fantasy
Subcategory: Sci-fi
Author: Bill Fawcett,Christopher Stasheff
ISBN: 0441121306
ISBN13: 978-0441121304
Language: English
Publisher: Ace (December 1, 1991)
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Christopher Stasheff (15 January 1944 – 10 June 2018) was an American science fiction author and fantasy author whose novels include The Warlock in Spite of Himself (1969) and Her Majesty's Wizard (1986).

Christopher Stasheff (15 January 1944 – 10 June 2018) was an American science fiction author and fantasy author whose novels include The Warlock in Spite of Himself (1969) and Her Majesty's Wizard (1986). He had a doctorate in Theatre and taught radio and television at Eastern New Mexico University in Portales, New Mexico; he retired in 2009 and moved to Champaign, Illinois.

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Christopher Stasheff, Bill Fawcett. Those few who didn’t often simply took to the endless and barely habited forests. The frontier, as always, gave them a place to flee an otherwise intolerable situation. The frontier, as always, gave them a place to flee an otherwise intolerable situation asy means of escape. The cost of this easy escape was often paid by those left behind. She’d lived with those words as a girl. She lived with those words as a woman

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Christopher Stasheff. Christopher Stasheff (born 1944) is an American science fiction author and fantasy author whose novels include The Warlock in Spite of Himself (1969) and Her Majesty's Wizard (1986). Harold Shea (with L. Sprague de Camp).

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The Crafter legacy lives on! CHRISTOPHER STASHEFF reminds us why it’s so important to keep in touch with older relatives. ESTHER FRIESNER proves that good manners do count. JODY LYNN NYE illustrates how a school for young ladies can also teach much more practical subjects.

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The Crafters Bill Fawcett Christopher Stasheff. In this first spellbinding volume, they shy young alchemist, Amer, meets his match in a lovesick witch who will use every magical scheme in the book to capture his heart. In a reckless battle of science and sorcery, love conquers all. They are a great family of witches and warlocks, alchemists and spellcasters. a will-o’-the-wisp called Willow. They are masters of sorcery, of power, of love. and the Crafter family legend begins! The Crafters.

Weaving the legend of witches, warlocks, and alchemists with original stories are Christopher Stasheff, Katherine Kurtz, Esther Friesner, and others

Weaving the legend of witches, warlocks, and alchemists with original stories are Christopher Stasheff, Katherine Kurtz, Esther Friesner, and others. 1, The Alchemist and the Witch, Christopher Stasheff 35, Every family has a special heirloom that's passed from generation to generation, and the Crafters' heirloom is their magical power-and the family familiar, Willow. Weaving the legend of witches, warlocks, and alchemists with original stories are Christopher Stasheff, Katherine Kurtz, Esther Friesner, and others.

A collection of fantasy tales by such masters of the genre as Christopher Stasheff, Katherine Kurtz, Esther Friesner, and Ru Emerson
Comments to eBook The Crafters
Buzalas
I enjoyed the first story, I had read it before in another collection. But I was unimpressed with the rest. There didn't seem to be much in the way of resolution in any of the stories besides the first, and I found the prevailing trend amongst the other characters was that they were, well, disappointing in any form of willpower that they might have had. The closest analogue that I can think of to them would be Podkayne of Mars. Rather disappointed really that most of the protagonists were lacking any sort of drive in my opinion.
Chinon
A very interesting collection of short stories. This is the first in series of stories in which each character has some form of magic. Each chapter follows slightly on the one before.
Malodor
i read this book when i was a teenager. since then my taste has developed into more of the classics, such as moby dick and scarlet letter. yet i still come back and read this book, and remember how great sci-fiction fantasy is.
Ballazan
Usually like his writing but this one just did'nt old my attention. Did not really get involved with the characters. The Crafters
Mr.Bean
Not EVERY book has to be deep and meaningful. When you're in the mood for a lightweight "just entertain me," this set of short stories will do the trick.

The Crafters (and its sequel, brilliantly named Crafters II) is a "shared universe" novel, a subgenre that was popular in the late 80s and into the early 90s, when this book came out. (The most successful of the Shared Universes was Thieves World.) Essentially, it's magical historical fantasy, short tales that follow the history of a family starting in the 1600s and continuing (in this first book) into the 1800s. The family rejects the label of "witchcraft," because by their definition that means a pact with the devil; their Talent is guided by alchemy and science.

As with any set of short stories, the quality is uneven based on the contributor, and there are a occasional discrepancies. But none of these stories is a clinker. The authors who contributed include names that later became much better known, or were "names" at the time: Katherine Kurtz, Christopher Stasheff, Robert Scheckley, Esther Friesner, Ru Emerson, Jody Lynn Nye.

There's nothing deep in this set of stories, but they're fun: a good accompaniment to a beach chair and a cold beer. Don't go WAY out of your way to get a copy of this book (though I see that Amazon has plenty of used copies for very little money), but it's worth picking up if the opportunity presents itself.
Flas
The Crafters is a nice fantasy book to curl on the couch or sofa on a rainy afternoon and drift away into the stories. Each author brings a little more information to the different characters and the book along with its sequel is faced paced to keep your head in the book blocking out the world.
Grotilar
Have followed his work since he started. Always love what he does in any style of work. Makes the characters come alive and keeps the history intact.
Awesome, vivid and a very unique collaberation. Not much in fiction grabs my fancy the way that this book did. If you like history, witchcraft, suspense and even romance, this is an awesome read!
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