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Publisher's Summary

Dubbed "the American Tolkien" by Time magazine, number-one New York Times best-selling author George R. R. Martin is a giant in the field of fantasy literature and one of the most exciting storytellers of our time. Now he delivers a rare treat for listeners: a compendium of his shorter works, collected into two stunning volumes, that offers fascinating insight into his journey from young writer to award-winning master.BONUS: Each selection includes extensive commentary by author George R. R. Martin.
©2003 by George R. R. Martin. "The Hero" ©1971 by UPD Publishing Corporation. Copyright Renewed ©2001 by George R.R. Martin. From Galaxy, February 1971. "The Exit to San Breta" ©1971 by Ultimate Publishing Company, Inc. Copyright Renewed ©2001 by George R. R. Martin. From Fantastic Stories, February 1972. "The Second Kind of Loneliness" ©1972 by the Conde Nast Publications, Inc. Copyright Renewed ©2001 by George R. R. Martin. From Analog, December 1972. "With Morning Comes Mistfall" ©1973 by the Conde Nast Publications, Inc. Copyright Renewed ©2002 by George R.R. Martin. From Analog, May 1973; (P)2007 Random House, Inc. Random House Audio, a division of Random House, Inc.
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"Fans, genre historians, and aspiring writers alike will find this shelf-bending retrospective as impressive as it is intriguing." (Publishers Weekly)
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