Contents: Semley's necklace -- April in Paris -- Masters -- Darkness box -- Word of unbinding -- Rule of names -- Winter's king -- Good trip -- Nine lives -- Things -- Trip to the head -- Vaster than empires and more slow -- Stars below -- Field of vision -- Direction of the road -- Ones who walk away from omelas -- Day before the revolution.
Pros: Marvelously descriptive, imaginative and varied work. Stands up to repeated reads. Cons: none The Bottom Line: An intriguing introduction to LeGuin or a great addition for those already hooked on her writing. Seventeen tales perfect for pondering over on a blustery afternoon from the imaginative mind of Ursula K. LeGuin. For many years I thought the stunning world she offered us in the Earthsea Trilogy was such an enthralling … more