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Discussing SHATTERED SHIELDS with Jennifer Brozek and Bryan Thomas Schmidt

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Jennifer Brozek and Byran Thomas Schmidt have edited an anthology for Baen Books that highlights stories that contain Faith and Magic. 

"Swords and Shields. Faith and Magic.

Grab yours and get ready, for the enemy is on the move.

High fantasy and mighty conflicts go hand-in-hand. In great wars, armies rise to fight evil hordes and heroes struggle to push beyond their imperfections and save the day. These stories include more than just epic landscapes and characters...but also epic battles.

Imagine a doctor struggling to identify the spy who has infiltrated his company's ranks and poisoned his colleagues or a boy suspected of murder by a king yet protected by a princess as he helps her father against his own people. Imagine a butcher discovering that he's called to lead an uprising, or a First Born knowing that she must betray her own in order to save humanity.

The possibilities are endless, but at the heart they have this in common: soldiers--ordinary and otherwise-struggling against extraordinary odds to survive the day. They must withstand dark magic, dodge enemy blades, and defy the odds to survive SHATTERED SHIELDS."

Selected Contents:

  • “Ashes and Starlight” (Runelords) by David Farland
  • “Invictus” by Annie Bellett
  • “Rising Above” by Sarah A. Hoyt
  • “Hoofsore and Weary” by Cat Rambo
  • “Vengeance” (Frost) by Robin Wayne Bailey
  • “Yael of the Strings” by John R. Fultz
  • “The Gleaners” by Dave Gross
  • “Bonded Men” by James L. Sutter
  • “Bone Candy” (Black Company) by Glen Cook
  • “First Blood” (Paksenarrion) by Elizabeth Moon