The Best Of Gene Wolfe by Gene Wolfe

The Best of Gene WolfeThe Best of Gene Wolfe by Gene Wolfe

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Awesome

Obviously, I loved it. My favorite was The Eyeflash Miracles. Absolutely stunning story on every level.

Here were my other standout stories:

“The Island of Doctor Death and Other Stories,” copyright © 1970 by Gene Wolfe; first appeared in Orbit 7.

“The Fifth Head of Cerberus” copyright © 1972 by Damon Knight; first appeared in Orbit.

“The Death of Dr. Island,” copyright © 1973 by Gene Wolfe; first appeared in Universe 3.

“Forlesen,” copyright © 1974 by Gene Wolfe; first appeared in Orbit 14. “Westwind,” copyright © 1973 by Gene Wolfe; first appeared in Worlds of IF. “The Hero as Werwolf,” copyright © 1975 by Gene Wolfe; first appeared in The New Improved Sun.

“The Eyeflash Miracles,” copyright © 1976 by Gene Wolfe; first appeared in Future Power.

“The Detective of Dreams,” copyright © 1980 by Gene Wolfe; first appeared in Dark Forces, edited by Kirby McCaul

“On the Train,” copyright © 1983 by Gene Wolfe; first appeared in The New Yorker. “From the Desk of Gilmer C. Merton,” copyright © 1983 by Gene Wolfe

“Death of the Island Doctor,” copyright © 1983 by Gene Wolfe; first appeared in The Wolfe Archipelago by Gene Wolfe.

“Bed and Breakfast,” copyright © 1995 by Gene Wolfe; first appeared in Dante’s Disciples.

“The Tree Is My Hat,” copyright © 1999 by Gene Wolfe; first appeared in 999.

“A Cabin on the Coast,” copyright © 1981 by Gene Wolfe; first appeared in Zu den Sternen, edited by Peter Wilfert (Munich: Goldmann Verlag, 1981).

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