The last of this superb series is perhaps the weakest volume int terms of the short fiction presented. There were three quite good stories ('Godson', 'Come back to the killing ground Alice, my love', 'The three descents of Jeremy Baker') but even are not among his top works. There is Zelazny's only musical comedy, a version of Godson (although no accompanying music exists). A new Amber series of stories start to show where he was going, introducing a new villain, but only they are broad hints of where he might have been going - one comes from a very unusual perspective. The preludes and postlude to 'Forever after', a shared universe book edited by Zelazny, suggest this book might be an OK read (I haven't read the whole thing) but should probably be read with the contributions by other authors to be fully appreciated. The last of the Wild card stories 'The long sleep' is easily Zelazny's best contribution to that series but I didn't think much of the others.
In addition to the articles and conclusion to the Zelazny biography (worth the price of the book on it's own) are four outlines to works that were incomplete when he died at early age. Of these outlines only 'Donnerjack' was completed by Zealazny's partner Jane Lindholm - she did a great job with it and I highly recommend it. (Unfortunately, I can't honestly recommend 'Lord Demon' the other Zelazny posthumously completed by Lindholm).
The closing words warn that Zelazny is in danger of being forgotten, particularly his fine short fiction. These six volumes will hopefully keep his legacy alive and enhanced. He died to young to be named a Grandmaster by SFWA but he certainly deserves to be regarded as one of the great novelists (Lord of light, Isle of the dead, The dream master, This immortal etc) and short story writers (He who shapes, The graveyard heart, A rose for Ecclesiastes, 24 views of My Fuji by Hokasai etc etc) of his era.