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on 12 March 2012
I wanted to clarify that the book does contain all 11 short stories contrary to the speculation that the book cover has only 6 Author names and should contain only 6 stories. The front cover has 5 Authors and the rear cover has 6 Authors and does contain all 11 titles.

The confusion is caused due to a reprinted where the book was split into two volumes under the titles of "Legends II: Shadow, Gods, and Demons" & "Legends II: Dragon, Sword, and King".

(PS: I bought the book and this is not speculative, also a review of the Quality of the Book to come soon)

Titles in this book:

Realm of the Elderlings;
Homecoming
by Robin hobb

A song of Ice and Fire;
The Sworn Sword
by George R.R. Martin

The Tales of Alvin maker;
The Yazoo Queen
by Orson Scott Card

Outlander;
Lord John and the Succubus
by Diana Gabaldon

Majipoor;
The Book of Changes
by Robert Silverberg

Otherland;
The Happiest Dead Boy in the World
by Tad Williams

Pern:
Beyond Between
by Anne McCaffrey

The Riftwar;
The Messanger
by Raymond E. Feist

The Symphony of Ages;
Threshold
by Elizebeth Haydon

American Gods;
The Monarch of the Glen
by Neil Gaiman

Shannara;
Indomitable
by Terry Brooks
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on 11 September 2015
Love it.
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on 20 January 2009
R. Silverberg has published two Anthologies called Legends I&II each containing eleven short stories by different well known fantasy authors. The books have also been published with each volume devided into two.

I believe this may be one of the split volumes as it only has six of the authors on the cover. Also, there is another edition called 'Legends II: Shadows, Gods, and Demons' which looks like the other half and does have the other six authors on the cover.

Three stars only because of the lack of content information not to reflect the five star stories the book contains.
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