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The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 11
- Narrated by: Mimi Chang, Kathlieen Gati, Thom Rivera, Elizabeth Liang, Jay Aaseng, Almarie Guera, Lisa Renee Pitts, Ione Butler, Lauren Baldwin, Michael G. Welch
- Length: 23 hrs and 50 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Categories: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Science Fiction
Jonathan Strahan, the award-winning and much lauded editor of many of genre's best known anthologies, is back with his 11th volume in this fascinating series, featuring the best science fiction and fantasy. With established names and new talent, this diverse and ground-breaking collection will take the listener to the outer reaches of space and the inner realms of humanity with stories of fantastical worlds and worlds that may still come to pass.
Featuring: Catherynne M. Valente; Paolo Bacigalupi; Aliette de Bodard; Joe Abercrombie; Rich Larson; Naomi Novik; Alyssa Wong; Daryl Gregory; Alex Irvine; Sam J. Miller; Alice Sola Kim; Seth Dickinson; Carolyn Ives Gilman; Genevieve Valentine; Caitlin R. Kiernan; Amal El-Mohtar; Theodora Goss; Ian R. Macleod; Delia Sherman; Geoff Ryman; Nina Allan; N.K. Jemisin; Lavie Tidhar; Yoon Ha Lee; Paul Mcauley; Charles Yu; E. Lily Yu; Ken Liu
Narrators include Michael Welch, Lisa Renee Pitts, Jay Aaseng, Mimi Chang, and more.
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- Archie R. Whitehill
This collection contains a nice variety of stories, all good and some excellent. My favorite story was the last one, Fable, and it made the entire book shine.
Heard alot of theses before in other issue.
Had many stories repeated from previous volumes. Good stories but felt a little jipped by the repition...
- Kelly Landry
meh science fiction/fantasy
Anthology of bottom of the barrel story telling. just circles the drain of post modern nihilism.
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