Impossible things

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Bantam Books, Dec 1, 1993 - Fiction - 461 pages
60 Reviews
A collection of science fiction tales by the winner of six Nebula and two Hugo awards features a tale of an outrageous colony in outer space, a distraught woman obsessed with the past, and creatures who roam London during the Blitz. Original.

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This is a collection of short stories. While there are some good ones and some not so good ones, I'd recommend that you go with her Winds of Marble Arch. It is a much larger collection of short stories and contains most of these. Read full review

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I love Connie Willis' novels so I expected to really like this collection of shorts but I didn't. They were mostly depressing and/or boring. I got the feeling that some of them were experiments, the ... Read full review

Contents

Even the Queen
66
Schwarzschild Radius
90
Ado
115
Copyright

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Connie Willis has won six Nebula and Six Hugo Awards (more than any other science fiction writer) and the John W. Campbell Memorial Award for her first novel, "Lincoln's Dreams."    Her novel "Doomsday Book" won both the Nebula and Hugo Awards, and her first short-story collection, "Fire Watch," was a "New York Times" Notable Book.    Her other works include "Bellwether, Impossible Things, Remake," and "Uncharted Territory."    Ms.    Willis lives in Greeley, Colorado, with her family.

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