Starred Review: Dangerous Women

“The wide selection of authors guarantees something to please almost every reader’s tastes.”

George R.R. Martin and Gardner Dozois’s Dangerous Women got a starred review in Library Journal!

Here’s the full review, from the October 15th issue:

From Jim Butcher’s tale featuring Molly, protégée of Chicago mage Harry Dresden (“Bombshells”), to a side story by Diana Gabaldon set in the world of her Outlander series (“Virgins”), the 21 tales in this supersized themed anthology present a varied array of female heroines and villainesses. Other contributors include Nancy Kress, Melinda Snodgrass, and S.M. Stirling, and their stories run the gamut from fantasy and sf to horror, mystery, and suspense. Fans of Martin’s Game of Thrones (both the novels and the HBO series) will enjoy his “The Princess and the Queen,” a novella that forms a prequel to the novels.

The wide selection of authors guarantees something to please almost every reader’s tastes.

Dangerous Women will be published on December 3rd.