Heroes in Training

[Epub] ↠ Heroes in Training  Author Martin H. Greenberg – Johndore.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • Heroes in Training
  • Martin H. Greenberg
  • English
  • 03 May 2019
  • 075640438X

About the Author: Martin H. Greenberg

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Heroes in Training ORDINARY PEOPLE EXTRAORDINARY HEROES This All New Fantasy Anthology Features Thirteen Original Stories About Ordinary Or Inexperienced People Learning To Become Extraordinary Heroes From The Shape Shifter Esen Alit Quar Who Is Forced Unexpectedly Into Her First Solo Mission To The Young Man Sworn To Defeat A Pack Of Lycanthropes, These Heroes In Training Are Thrown Into Exciting Adventures That Demand Nothing Short Of All That Is In Them

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10 thoughts on “Heroes in Training

  1. Kevin says:

    It wouldn t be fair to give a star rating for this one since I picked this book up solely for the Sir Apropos of Nothing story and it s the only story I ve read as of now So, my review can only really apply to that one story and does not speak for the quality of this anthology as a whole.Having now read all of Sir Apropos of Nothing s s...

  2. Al Eden says:

    Content varies a lot From two stars to four.

  3. Colleen says:

    I have been nibbling away at Heroes in Training since I received it last weekend It is a hefty collection of short stories about various apprentices, heirs, and other changings of rank in all settings While the cover illustration implies fantasy, there is a sprinkling of science fiction in the books, most notably the opaque A Touch of Bule A Web Shifters Story by Czerneda The first story of the book, Roomies, was cute and light and full of evil giggling girls It set my expectations up s I have been nibbling away at Heroes in Training since I received it last weekend It is a hefty collection of short stories about various apprentices, heirs, and other changings of rank in all settings While the cover illustration implies fantasy, there is a sprinkling of science fiction in the books, most notably the opaque A Touch of Bule A Web Shifters Story by Czerneda The first story of the book, Roomies, was cute and light and full of evil giggling girls It set my expectations up so that I was feeling fluffier than the book s average contents Three Names of the Hidden God was enjoyable for its mysticism and power, as well as the freedom that the ending granted the main character Giantkiller was a smart but overly edited retelling of the Jack and beanstalk story that makes Jack out to be an undercover agent in the humans vs giants war The urban fantasy The Children s Crusade was...

  4. Rachel says:

    In general I m not a fan of short stories I tend to like them a lot and want to readabout the characters and the world they inhabit, or there just isn t enough room for the author to really explain the world he has created This book had both, and some stories that I liked and thought were just fine as short stories A couple were rather too overtly political for my taste and one was rather confusing the world and the characters were too alien for me to figure out in the brief descriptio In general I m not a fan of short stories I tend to like them a lot and want to readabout the characters and the world they inhabit, or there just isn t enough room for the author to really explain the world he has created This book had both, and some st...

  5. Eleanor With Cats says:

    Contents Roomies Esther M FriesnerThree Names of the Hidden God Vera NazarianThe Princess, the Page, and the Master Cook s Son Sherwood SmithThe Children s Crusade Robin Wayne BaileyThe Apprentice Catherine H ShafferBeneath the Skin James LowderGiantkiller G Scott HugginsDrinker Michael JasperKing Harrowhelm Ed GreenwoodHonor is a Game Mortals Play Eugie FosterThe Wizard s Legacy Michael A BursteinA Touch of Blue A Web Shifters Story Julie E CzernedaSir Apropos of N Contents Roomies Esther M FriesnerThree Names of the Hidden God Vera NazarianThe Princess, the Page, and the Master Cook s Son Sherwood SmithThe Children s Crusade Robin Wayne BaileyThe Apprenti...

  6. Stephanie says:

    Some I liked, some I didn t, overall a good read I enjoyed the first four stories a lot Beneath the Skin I found rather creepy disturbing Giantkiller and The Wizard s Legacy weren t for me, either Drinker and A Touch of Blue I thought w...

  7. Jim says:

    A hit and miss short story collection Some of the stories I enjoyed, others were pretty forgettable My three favorites were actually the first three in the set Roomies, The Three Names of the Hidden God, and The Princess, the Page, and the...

  8. Wealhtheow says:

    A collection of bad fantasy short stories I didn t like any of them Unlike Hags, Sirens, and Other Bad Girls of Fantasy, which I also read this week, some of the ideas behind the stories are at least inovative The fo...

  9. Sarah says:

    Has one of the great stories about the students in NM going to Hell Several other good stories.

  10. Al Tarancón says:

    Irregular stories Some really good, others The Apropos one was entertaining, but too shortHistorias irregulares Algunas muy buenas, otras La de Apropos era entretenida, pero muy corta