Publisher’s Weekly, in a starred review, hails ATTACK OF THE JAZZ GIANTS & OTHER STORIES “as one of the best fantasy collections of the year.” Kirkus Reviews adds that herein lie stories with “the feel of an angry young Harlan Ellison (few higher compliments).” Nick Gevers in Locus Magazine notes that the “best stories in Attack are bitingly funny, unleashing farce to emasculate evil, much as the film comedies of Hollywood's Golden Age sometimes did. And in his Agony Column review, Nick Kleffel adds: “Frost is one of those great science fiction writers who roam the entire literary landscape, offering up works of horror, fantasy and in this collection, ‘The Road to Recovery’, an interplanetary ‘road picture’ with offhand salutes to Hope & Crosby and even Flash Gordon.” What more reasons do you need to read Gregory Frost’s ATTACK OF THE JAZZ GIANTS & OTHER STORIES?
Gregory gives an overview of the book:
GREGORY FROST's fantasy duology SHADOWBRIDGE and LORD TOPHET (Del Rey) is "a creation unique, I believe, in fantasy" according to reviewer Dave Truesdale. The American Library Association agrees, naming the duology one of its top fantasy novels of...