Asimov Fantasies: Devils

Asimov Fantasies Devils From a man too simple for the devil to fool to a college student taking an honors class in temptation here are tales of black magic and demonic enchantment stories of those who heed Satan s siren so

  • Title: Asimov Fantasies: Devils
  • Author: Isaac Asimov Charles G. Waugh
  • ISBN: 9780451148650
  • Page: 267
  • Format: Paperback
  • From a man too simple for the devil to fool, to a college student taking an honors class in temptation, here are tales of black magic and demonic enchantment stories of those who heed Satan s siren song and those ready to match wits with this most cunning of opponents So get ready for some red hot reading about the age old battle between humans and their ever present foeFrom a man too simple for the devil to fool, to a college student taking an honors class in temptation, here are tales of black magic and demonic enchantment stories of those who heed Satan s siren song and those ready to match wits with this most cunning of opponents So get ready for some red hot reading about the age old battle between humans and their ever present foe as you settle in for a devilish good time in Isaac Asimov s Devils.Arthur C Clarke Brian Cleeve Ray Russell Leo Tolstoy Winston K Marks Cornell Woolrich Frederic Brown Robert Bloch Robert F Young Stephen Vincent Benet Rick Hautala Philip Jose Farmer Charles Beaumont Jerome Bixby Bruce Elliot Theodore R Cogswell Theodore Sturgeon

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    1. I've been trying to read through many anthologies this year - not doing the best job, but after coming off enjoying Revelations so much, I was excited to try another themed collection. An assortment of different stories featuring the devil through old folklore re-told tales blended with new ideas sounded like it would make sense to continue for the next book to keep the trend.Usually anthologies put the best foot forward in the beginning, but that sadly wasn't the case here. I had to force mysel [...]

    2. Another major and significant book from my childhood. I suspect that "Dazed," made less of an impression on me now than it did when I was a kid not only because I've grown older but also because it probably worked a lot better as a story over two decades ago, which is kind of interesting. Also, there's something a little disturbing about the fact that the only two stories with female characters not defined entirely by their sexual or romantic relationship with a man are by two of the oldest stor [...]

    3. This devilishly comp kicks off with "I'm Dangerous Tonight", an awesome Cornell Woolrich story about a fiendish fashion designer who's possessed by the devil and designs a dress that brings out the demon in every woman who wears it. Tolstoy's excellent "Ivan The Fool" is also here, and so far I haven't hit a clunker yet. If you ever find this comp at a used book store pick it up. Say The Devil made you do it!

    4. Stories about devils, with about 1/3 being the classic "deal with the devil" style. Contains the classic "The Devil and Daniel Webster" by Benet and also "The Tale of Ivan the Fool" by Tolstoy, but overall I wasn't impressed.

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