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Warriors 1 Featuring an all-new Song of Ice and Fire novella by Martin, this collection contains tales of war and warriors--in worlds of old, worlds to come, and worlds that never were. Includes stories by Joe Haldeman, Steven Saylor, and Robert Silverberg. Full description

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HASH(0x9791606c) étoiles sur 5 Got this for Dunk and Egg 12 janvier 2013
Par ggarner - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche Achat vérifié
This has The Mystery Knight in it. If you're looking for the Dunk and Egg stories from ASOIAF, get this, Legends II:Dragon, Sword and King and Legends: Stories by the Masters of Modern Fantasy if you want all three D&E stories.
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HASH(0x97911e58) étoiles sur 5 Great collection 24 avril 2011
Par Nick Brett - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
Warriors was originally issued as a very large and expensive hardback. The contents have been broken down into two (or three?) bite size chunk paperbacks and this is the first.
George RR Martin explains in his introduction the joy of the 'spinning rack' at his corner store where genres were mixed and he discovered many great authors. This anthology is like the spinning rack, the common theme is that of a warrior of somekind, but after that premise, all bets are off..
The six stories here are by Joe Haldeman (with a SF tale from the world of Forever War), Steven Saylor (with a Roman tale set at the time of the sack of Carthage), Tad Williams (a story of an interplanetary assassin), Robert Silverberg (a fantasy story of the few remaining soldiers guarding a great barrier) and finally George RR Martin (a novella featuring Dunk and Egg from his Song of Ice and Fire series).
I enjoyed them all, the writing was superb and the stories did vary, perhaps if you don't like Sci-fi or fantasy then these may not be for you, but I enjoyed the mix and it was hard to pick a favourite, which is always a good sign. Great authors, strong writing and a fun mix of tales - what's not to like?
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HASH(0x97911c30) étoiles sur 5 Purchased for part three of George R. R. Martin's 'Dunk and Egg' series ... :P 17 juillet 2013
Par Jennifer Allen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche Achat vérifié
I purchased this for 'The Mystery Knight' by George R. R. Martin as I am sure many others will. This is a remarkable conclusion to the 'Dunk and Egg' precursor to 'A Song of Ice and Fire.'
The other stories in here are good ... war stories and stories of heroism, but not fulfilling for a light-hearted fantasy reader such as myself. However, $7.19 was none to bad a deal to read the stories I was so desperately in need of. :P
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HASH(0x97911b7c) étoiles sur 5 Exactly what I expected 26 mars 2013
Par Nicolaus - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche Achat vérifié
Exactly what I expected when ordered. This is the third of George R.R. Martin's Dunk & Egg stories, set in the fantasy world of A Song of Ice and Fire which is the crowning jewel of the book. Can't wait for more stories. Plus, you also get an assortment of stories by different well-known writers of contemporary and modern fantasy.
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HASH(0x97911c90) étoiles sur 5 Strong anthology, contains the third Dunk and Egg novella 16 août 2011
Par Enrique Treviño and Yuliia Glushchenko - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche Achat vérifié
I am a fan of A Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin, so I bought this to be able to read the novella "The Mystery Knight" which is the third in the Dunk & Egg series (set about 50 years before the events in A Song of Ice and Fire). The book contains 6 stories, however, "The Mystery Knight" is three times longer than the other 5, so if you're only interested in this story, it is already worth buying the book, since the story is more than a quarter of the book (3/8ths to be precise).
I found the other stories to range from "okay" to "very good". Below I will record my thoughts on each of them:

Forever Bound by Joe Haldeman was pretty good. A story about a group of soldiers that have to share their inner thoughts through a machine to lead a special machine to war. A lot of the scenes were very interesting. The most interesting part of the story was the exploration of love when you share everything with another person.

The Eagle and the Rabbit by Steven Saylor was good. This story is about a group of Corinthians being enslaved by a group of Romans. The Roman leader singles out two Corinthians as the Eagle and the Rabbit. The Rabbit will be tortured more than normal and the Eagle will be treated kindly. The story has an interesting dilemma felt by the Eagle. Does he become Roman or does he continue a refugee life as a Corinthian? A very interesting dilemma.

And Ministers of Grace by Tad Williams was very good. This was my favorite story in the book. The main character is a very interesting assassin. Trained by a religious group (The Covenant) to kill the anti-religious prime minister of the Rationalist planet Archimedes. While the story might bash on religion, it is a very interesting story about brain-washing (not just by the religious leaders, but by the rationalist leaders). The setting created by the author was very interesting and makes me want to read more of this world. At the same time, the story is self-contained and well exectured.

The King of Norway by Cecelia Holland was okay. This was my least favorite story in the book. The story is about a Danish warrior who joins the vikings in a fight against the king of Norway. The story has good fighting scenes, specially between boats and the main character has his great moments, but overall, I was a bit disappointed with the story. It didn't resonate with me.

Defenders of the Frontier by Robert Silverberg was pretty good. The story deals with a group of 11 soldiers in a big fortress defending their Empire from an adversary. The war started 20 years ago with a lot more than 11 soldiers (more than ten thousand), but as time has gone by either battle or illness have brought the number down to 11. The enemy hasn't really attacked in over 6 years, but they also haven't heard back from the Empire in a long time. The question is whether to leave the post and try to go back to the Empire (which is very far and they have no maps to use) or stay there for the rest of their lives. It is an interesting question. Not a story that I will remember many years from now, but one that was worth reading.

The Mystery Knight by George R.R. Martin was very good. The reason I bought the book, didn't disappoint. It was a very strong story. The story is about a hedge knight (Duncan the Tall) who has a prince (Aegon, or Egg) as a squire. In this story they go to a tournament of jousting. The tournament is more than it seems.
My favorite part of the story was the notion of a tournament knight. Knights are very proud and almost always make their fortunes from battle, but in this book we are introduced to a smart knight who makes a fortune out of tournaments. He is a gifted jouster who uses people's perceptions against them to make a killing in the gambling circles. This notion was worth the story for me.

Overall, I am glad I purchased this book. It delivered a very good Song of Ice and Fire tale and other notable stories.
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