Manna from Heaven by Roger Zelazny – book cover, description, publication history. This new collection includes all five previously uncollected “Amber” stories, plus the prologue from the rare limited edition of “The Trumps of Doom,” and 16 other . This new collection includes all five previously uncollected “Amber” stories, plus the prologue from the rare limited edition of Trumps of Doom, and 16 other.
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Amir Qorbani rated it really liked it Dec 10, Brandon rated it it was amazing Sep 26, His papers are housed at the Albin O. There are some that are unique to this book, a few others are scattered about. Jonathan Miller rated it liked it Jan 27, I have always felt that the ending to the second series is rushed and far too tidy, and these stories serve to muddy the waters in a very satisfying manner. Roger Zelazny was born in Euclid, Ohio on May 13, It was clear that Zelazny had more to say about Amber and its counterpart world, Chaos, and there are hints here at new intrigues, twists and turns that the author would never have the chance to explore.
Manna from Heaven
One of the stories here is “Mana from Heaven” but the extra “n” changes the mznna entirely. No, I won’t lend out my copy. Sarah Sayre rated it liked it Jan 17, It concludes with five short pieces that take place in the Amber universe. Refresh and try again.
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Having never read any of the five before, I found it bittersweet to see not only explanations to some of the more obvious outstanding questions from the Amber novels, but also to see the clear foundations for what could and likely would have become a new Amber series had Zelazny only lived to write it. Some of these stories actually took my breath away, I was so drawn in by the writing.
Steven Brust Goodreads Author Introduction. Jonathan rated it really liked it Jan 12, I think there are 3 of them, while there are 4 total. Scott rated it liked it Dec 28, It’s the journey, and Zelazny isn’t afraid to let his readers lose the path and try to find it again. After receiving a B.
Lee Zrlazny rated it it was amazing May 26, This story also introduces us to the Shroudlings, a race Zelazny had apparently planned to include in future novels. These stories, and others have also been published in The Road to Amber Volume 6: Highly recommended for all “Amber” and Zelazny.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. LovelyGirl rated it liked it Oct 30, Overall, it was very enjoyable. Paul Spence rated it it was amazing Jul 01, Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
And what is the point of the title? Carly rated it liked it Aug 16, Roger Zelazny made his name with a group of novellas which demonstrated frlm how intense an emotional mannx could be generated by the stock imagery of sf; the most famous of these is A Rose for Ecclesiastes in which a poet struggles to convince dying and sterile Martians that life is worth continuing.
Lucasthegray rated it really liked it Mar 26, His way of deftly turning expectations on their head and redefining the context of what one thinks one knows is in I don’t normally enjoy reading short stories because it generally takes me so long to grasp the setup that I’m only just getting comfortable with the voices or the settings when the stories end.
May 27, Jan Heiman rated it really liked it Shelves: It was interesting to realise that fdom same character pops up in “Kalifriki of the Thread” and “Come Back to the Killing Ground, Alice, My Love”; and the six short glimpses of Amber give some hope that a third series of books set in that universe would have been better than the second.
Anyway, if you like fantasy short stories, I highly recommend this – if you can fgom it!
Want to Read saving…. Zelazny was one of my favourite authors, but all the good stories here were ones I had read before.
Manna from Heaven : Roger Zelazny :
Zelazny never entirely fulfilled his early promise -who could? I know just what he means!
Dec 19, Jim rated it really liked it Shelves: This book let me see what else he is capable of, and I loved most of it. I don’t normally enjoy reading short stories because it generally takes me so long to grasp the setup that I’m only just getting comfortable with the zelazjy or the settings when the stories end. Martin and Neil Gaiman. User Review – Manna as inappropriate If you like Roger Zelazny’s work, definitely add this book to your reading list.