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Shannach - the Last

Leigh Brackett

Shannach - the Last

farewell to Mars

by Leigh Brackett

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Published by Haffner Press in Royal Oak, Michigan .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementLeigh Brackett ; introduction by Anne McCaffrey
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3503.R154 S53 2011
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 572 pages ;
Number of Pages572
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25343265M
ISBN 109781893887442, 9781893887459
LC Control Number2010923278

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Shannach - The Last book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Picking up where Lorelei of the Red Shannach - the Last book Planetary Romances lef /5(2). Shannach the Last is the final collection of Leigh Brackett short stories - although some are near novella length, really - from Haffner Press.

It is itself a gorgeous book, from a striking dustjacket, arresting endpaper art, studily bound, to large readable print/5(3). Shannach the Last is the final collection of Leigh Brackett short stories - although some are near novella length, really - from Haffner Press.

It is itself a gorgeous book, from a striking dustjacket, arresting endpaper art, studily bound, to large readable print/5(4). Drawn from the last years of pulp magazines such as Planet Stories, Startling Stories, and digests magazines like Venture Science Fiction, Shannach – The Last: Farewell to Mars sees Brackett at the peak of her talents.

Shannach: The Last  is a science fiction novella by Leigh Brackett, included in The Best of Leigh Brackett (Ballantine Books, ). Shannach the Last has been added to this book according to their website. Which leaves two novellas they have not done so far - Teleportress of Alpha C and The Ark of Mars.

Table of ContentsAuthor: Blue Tyson. Books (Haffner Press): “Picking up where Lorelei of the Red Mist: Planetary Romances left off, this volume collects the final 17 stories of strange adventures on other worlds from the undisputed “Queen of Space Opera.” Drawn from the last years of pulp magazines such as Planet Stories, Startling Stories, and digests magazines like Venture Science Fiction, Shannach – The Last: Farewell.

Drawn from the last years of pulp magazines such as Planet Stories, Startling Stories, and Thrilling Wonder Stories, Shannach – The Last: Farewell to Mars sees Brackett at the peak of her talents.

Oddly, it is at this point where she abandons the "planetary romance" sub-genre and embarks on a small string of stories tinged with social relevance. "Shannach – The Last" (novelette; Planet Stories, November ) "The Ark of Mars" (Planet Stories, September ), later published as part of the book Alpha Centauri or Die.

"Mars Minus Bisha" (Planet Stories, January )Notable works: Eric John Stark series. It seems that was a big year for Leigh Brackett, at least in the eyes of her husband, Edmond Hamilton.

For the volume The Best of Leigh Brackett, Hamilton selected two stories first published in SF magazines that year, "The Last Days of Shandakor" (heralded by the people at Startling Stories as "A Novelet of Ancient Mars") and "Shannach--The Last" (promoted by the editors of Planet.

Shannach - The Last: Farewell to Mars by Leigh Brackett () [Leigh Brackett] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers/5(3). Shannach – The Last: Farewell to Mars.

Picking up where Lorelei of the Red Mist: Planetary Romances left off, this volume collects the final 17 stories of strange adventures on other worlds from the undisputed “Queen of Space Opera.”. Shannach - the Last: Farewell to Mars. Author: Brackett, Leigh Title: Shannach - the Last: Farewell to Mars Publication: Royal Oak: Haffner Press: Description: First edition, Hardcover, Fine in Fine dust jackets, pp.

Cover artwork by: Frank Kelly Freas "Picking up where Lorelei of the Red Mist: Planetary Romances left off, this volume collects the final 17 stories of strange Seller Rating: % positive.

The reflective, retrospective nature of these stories is indicated in the titles: “The Last Days of Shandakor”; “Shannach — the Last”; “Last Call from Sector 9G”. This last story was published in the very last issue (Summer ) of Planet Stories, always Brackett’s most.

The collection's next masterpiece, "Shannach--The Last" ("Planet Stories," 11/52), finds us in the desolate and forbidding Twilight Belt on Mercury, where Eric John Stark was raised.

In this novella, a man looking for superprecious sun-stones comes upon an enslaved people in thrall to a dying alien intelligence, one that beat "Star Trek"'s the Horta to the silicic punch by a good 15 years/5(9). Drawn from the last years of pulp magazines such as Planet Stories, Startling Stories, and Thrilling Wonder Stories, Shannach The Last: Farewell to Mars sees Brackett at the peak of her talents.

Oddly. Drawn from the last years of pulp magazines such as Planet Stories, Startling Stories, and digests magazines like Venture Science Fiction, Shannach – The Last: Farewell to Mars sees Brackett at the peak of her talents.

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Budrys: The data in the additional content section is courtesy of the Internet Speculative Fiction Database under a Creative Commons Attribution License. More details about 8/10(1). Shannach - the Last: Farewell to Mars. Haffner Press: Royal Oak: First edition, Hardcover, Fine in Fine dust jackets, pp.

Cover artwork by: Frank Kelly Freas “Picking up where Lorelei of the Red Mist: Planetary Romances left off, this volume collects the final 17 stories of strange adventures on other worlds from the undisputed ‘Queen of Space Opera.’.

"Mommies and Daddies" - in Shannach–the Last: Farewell to Mars "The Moon That Vanished" - in The Best of Leigh Brackett, Swamps of Venus, Lorelei of the Red Mist: Planetary Romances, Sea-Kings of Mars and Otherworldly Stories "No Man's Land in Space" - in Beyond Mars, Martian Quest: The Early Brackett "The Other People" (also published as "The Queer Ones") - in The.

Back in the late s and early '80s, Ballantine Books had a wonderful thing going with its "Best of" anthology series: 21 generously packed books celebrating 21 of the most influential authors of science fiction's Golden Age, all reasonably priced at $ (I refer here to the paperback editions, all of which I managed to collect) and all featuring beautiful cover art and informative 4/5.