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Gabrielle Harbowy

Autor(a) de Women In Practical Armor

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Obras de Gabrielle Harbowy

Women In Practical Armor (2016) — Editor; Contribuinte — 22 cópias
Pathfinder Tales: Gears of Faith (2017) 20 cópias, 1 resenha
When the Hero Comes Home (2011) — Editor — 19 cópias, 1 resenha
When the Villain Comes Home (2012) — Editor; Contribuinte — 14 cópias
Jacked In: Transhumanist Erotica (2014) — Editor — 4 cópias
Hellmaw: Of The Essence (2016) 2 cópias
When the Hero Comes Home: 2 (Volume 2) (2013) — Editor; Contribuinte, algumas edições2 cópias

Associated Works

Carbide Tipped Pens: Seventeen Tales of Hard Science Fiction (2016) — Contribuinte — 95 cópias, 6 resenhas
Cthulhurotica (2011) — Contribuinte — 94 cópias, 9 resenhas
Stars of Darkover (2014) — Contribuinte — 24 cópias, 1 resenha
Invisible 2: Personal Essays on Representation in SF/F (2015) — Contribuinte — 17 cópias, 1 resenha
Crossroads of Darkover (2018) — Contribuinte — 15 cópias, 1 resenha
C is for Chimera (2016) — Contribuinte — 9 cópias, 2 resenhas
B is for Broken (2015) — Contribuinte — 8 cópias
Metastasis: An Anthology to Support Cancer Research (2013) — Contribuinte — 6 cópias, 2 resenhas
Fire: Demons, Dragons, & Djinns (2018) — Contribuinte — 5 cópias
Arcana (2021) — Contribuinte — 5 cópias, 2 resenhas
Beast Within 2: Predator & Prey (2011) — Contribuinte — 2 cópias


Conhecimento Comum




Amazing anthology of wildly different tales about the aftermaths or epilogues of heroes' stories.

I'll confess my favorites were by colleagues and friends (Steve Bornstein, Brian Cortijo, Erik Scott de Bie, Gabrielle Harbowy, Jim Hines, Rosemary Jones, and Ed Greenwood) though a few of these stories made me really want to sit down and share some beers with other authors.
SESchend | Sep 6, 2017 |
This is the story of two companions, a gnome cleric/artificier and a human fighter. They travel to the city magically to go on a quest at the behest of an old ally - someone is killing off applicants to the church of Iomedae. Immediately upon magically arriving they are attacked. Was this whole thing a setup? They discover that someone has been ambushing followers of Iomedae that arrive in Absalom. After some time spent questioning, they eventually learn that a powerful evil artifact is missing and someone may be looking for it to attempt the test of the Starstone to become a deity! Along the way, Keren the knight decides that while she wants to be a follower of Iomedae, she hates following orders so poof! she's now an Inquisitor of Iomedae and must learn how to cast spells. Meanwhile, Zae the gnome meets a whole group of like-minded tinkerers and inventors and works with them to make clever things. Eventually they get dragged into the whole plot and must stop the artifact from being used.
Unfortunately, as this is a game world book, some aspects of the Pathfinder game have to find its way into the book. However, at times the author is great about making the game rules disappear when she's writing about the tinkerer, but then makes the process of the new inquisitor learning to cast spells a painful part of the novel. Sure, learning how to cast spells in a novel shouldn't be a simple process - but in game rules it is as simple as taking a level in a spell casting class, period. There's a few other awkward constructions not having to do with the game rules that made this a little hard to read at times. Not horrible, not that great either.
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Karlstar | Jul 23, 2017 |

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Ed Greenwood Contributor, Editor
Rhonda Parrish Contributor
Deborah J. Ross Contributor
Steve Bornstein Contributor
Chris A. Jackson Contributor
Todd McCaffrey Contributor
J.M. Frey Contributor
Erik Buchanan Contributor
Tony Pi Contributor
J. P. Moore Contributor
Marie Bilodeau Contributor
Jim C. Hines Contributor
Jay Lake Contributor
Rosemary Jones Contributor
Mary Pletsch Contributor
K. D. McEntire Contributor
Leah Petersen Contributor
Clint Talbert Contributor
Mercedes Lackey Contributor
Chaz Brenchley Contributor
Amy Griswold Contributor
Eric Scott de Bie Contributor
Eric Landreneau Contributor
David Szarzynski Contributor
Alex C. Renwick Contributor
Anya Penfold Contributor
Judith Tarr Contributor
Wunji Lau Contributor
Sarah Hendrix Contributor
Xander Briggs Contributor
Brian Cortijo Contributor
Shannon Page Contributor
Julie Kagawa Contributor
Susan J. Morris Introduction
Peadar Ó Guilín Contributor
Erik Scott De Bie Contributor
Phil Rossi Contributor
David Sakmyster Contributor
Ryan T. McFadden Contributor
Karin Lowachee Contributor
Rachel Swirsky Contributor
Ari Marmell Contributor
Camille Alexa Contributor
Gregory A. Wilson Contributor
Larry Dixon Contributor
Eugie Foster Contributor
Julie Czerneda Contributor
Richard Lee Byers Contributor
Peadar Ó Guilín Contributor
Erik Scott de Bie Contributor
Peggy Barnett Contributor
Sasha Payne Contributor
Jillian Boehme Contributor
Elaine Cunningham Contributor
Cliff Winnig Contributor
Andrea J. Stewart Contributor
Larry C. Kay Contributor
Nalu Kalani Contributor
Robert Neilson Contributor
Jamie Wyman Contributor
Peter Tupper Contributor
James L. Sutter Contributor
Cynthia Hamilton Contributor
Diana Peterfreund Contributor
Erin M. Evans Contributor
Nobilis Reed Contributor
J. Pape Contributor
Derek Künsken Contributor
Suzanne Church Contributor
K.T. Bryski Contributor
Mike Rimar Contributor
Dan Rabarts Contributor
Maggie Anderson Contributor
Juliette Wade Contributor
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