Thursday, September 25, 2008

Ballantine Adult Fantasy Series - Part 5

Finally, I've reached the end of my collection of the Ballantine Adult Fantasy series with this mish mash of single volumes.

Firstly, Poul Anderson's Broken Sword about which I can't remember a thing, and Red Moon And Black Mountain by Joy Chant, which I remember being quite an engaging young adult fantasy where three teenagers are transported to another world with the purpose of saving it from an evil destiny.

anderson_sword chant_moon

Then there's Excalibur, an Arthurian fantasy by Sanders Anne Laubenthal and the fabulously strange Voyage to Arcturus by David Lindsay.

laubenthal_excaliber lindsay_arcturus

Finally The Shaving of Shagpat, a middle eastern fantasy by George Meredith and the The Blue Star by Fletcher Pratt. This edition is not really in the Ballantine series, though originally an earlier edition was.

meredith_shagpat pratt_bluestar

An lastly, another collection of fantasy stories edited by Lin Carter, Golden Cities Far.

golden_cities

Coming next, more paperback fantasy, when I have had time to scan them for your visual pleasure.

4 comments:

Sam Sejavka said...

A rare thing to see the cover of Voyage to Arcturus. It's one of my dearest pieces of writing.

I found you through Ann O'Dyne, who posted your link in a comment [on my blog], thinking there might be some synergy of subject matter. Tis true. We ought to post each other's links

Anne S said...

Hi Sam,

I checked out your blog and saw Ann O'Dyne's comment - wow!!

I'll certainly put a link to your blog on Eye Candy - us Aussie bloggers need to connect.

Bwca said...

Isn't Sam just a lovely guy to actually follow the suggestion of that sweet woman who is trying to be Ann O'Dyne?

I got here via F.X.Holden A Lan Downunder, but he never comes to my blog so I won't praise him with thanks.

Anne S said...

I quite agree that Sam is a lovely guy even if I have never met him.

Nice to virually meet you too BWCA