Project Elfhome

Project Elfhome Stories exploring the fascinating realm of Elfhome a world where modern day Pittsburgh has collided with the kingdom of the Elves A special entry in the the best selling Romantic Times Sapphire award

  • Title: Project Elfhome
  • Author: Wen Spencer
  • ISBN: 9781625795212
  • Page: 403
  • Format: ebook
  • Stories exploring the fascinating realm of Elfhome, a world where modern day Pittsburgh has collided with the kingdom of the Elves A special entry in the the best selling Romantic Times Sapphire award winning Elfhome series Contains some of Wen Spencer s best shorter works including gems Bare Snow Falling on Fairywood, Pittsburgh Backyard and Garden, Peace Offering,Stories exploring the fascinating realm of Elfhome, a world where modern day Pittsburgh has collided with the kingdom of the Elves A special entry in the the best selling Romantic Times Sapphire award winning Elfhome series Contains some of Wen Spencer s best shorter works including gems Bare Snow Falling on Fairywood, Pittsburgh Backyard and Garden, Peace Offering, and tales set in the world of best selling Elfhome series entries Tinker, Wolf Who Rules, Elfhome, and Wood Sprites Pittsburgh a sprawling modern Earth city stranded in the heart of a virgin forest on Elfhome Sixty thousand humans, twenty thousand black winged tengu, ten thousand elves, an unknown number of invading oni, four unborn siblings of an elf princess, three dragons, and a pair of nine year olds geniuses.For every story written, there s a thousand others not told Lives interweave Fates intersect People change one another, often without realizing the impact they ve made on others They come together like a mosaic, little pieces creating a greater picture.Project Elfhome tells the stories of those impacted by Tinker and Windwolf as they struggle to make Pittsburgh a safe haven Some of the characters are familiar Stormsong, Pony, Blue Sky, and Lain Others are new to readers.Law forages for wild plants and fish to sell to elf enclaves A social misfit, she drives a hundred year old Dodge, has a pet porcupine, and saves damsels in distress in her spare time A mysterious phone call sets her on a collision course with danger as she races to save a young female elf.Jane Kryskill is the producer for the popular TV series Pittsburgh Backyard and Garden She spends her days keeping her host, Hal Rogers, from getting himself killed as he takes on man eating plants She s not happy when the network drops famed naturalist Nigel Reid and his cameraman in her lap to film Chased by Monsters.Olivia is sixteen, a runaway wife of a religious cultist, illegal immigrant, and soon to be mother As Pittsburgh plunges into war, she makes a desperate bargain with the mad elf lord, Forest Moss.As the war between the elves and the oni builds to a head, these three women struggle with their own problems, supported by a circle of unique friends, yet entangled with each other.The Elfhome SeriesTinkerWolf Who RulesElfhomeWood Sprites

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    1. Read the eArc. Its a nice collection of short stories. I believe it does include all prior short storys, so you dont have to go search for them, but there are also a lot of new ones. There are some storys about the childhoods of some the elfs (Windwolf,.) which were quite interesting and we finally have a continuation of the older ones like PB&G. It gets the different side storylines up to date.You will defenetly enjoy this one if you like any of books.

    2. Hardcover read September 10, 20161st Read June 16 , 2016 So nice to have all the shorts I knew previously combined into one book! Then getting the sequel to PB&G and Peace Offering then the first chapter of Harbinger? Wow. Only problem is I want Harbinger ASAP.Re-read:

    3. Wen Spencer is one of my favorite fantasy writers. Her Elfhome series, which started with Tinker, resonates deep inside me. I love her multifaceted characters. I love her original world building. And this book fits into my love like chocolate fits a cake. Sweet and satisfying.The book is a collection of shorter works from the author’s Elfhome universe. Some of those works are short stories. Others longer novellas. Still others are as brief as flash fiction or even drabbles. It is like the auth [...]

    4. Better than I had expected, generally collections of short stories never seem to approach the quality of a dedicated novel. These almost did. 4.5 stars!

    5. Have loved this world since Tinker and Wolf Who Rules metConfession, I enjoy Wen's stories so much that I bought the eARC so I can read them asap, then the ebook since it's portable, the paper version so I have backup and the audio version because it never fails to surprise me to hear something that I don't remember reading. This is a very nice compilation of Elfhome stories ranging the time line from past to current with a hint of the potential future. Some of the stories have been previously r [...]

    6. Very entertaining collection of shorts and drabbles that expand on and tie up some loose ends from the four (so far) main books.

    7. I discovered Wen Spencer's Elfhome series through a recommendation in one of the comments on Ilona Andrew's blog. The mix of fantasy (think graceful, long-lived and long-haired elves), urban fantasy (the series takes place in our near future) and science fiction (think space ships) sounded intriguing, so I decided to try the sample chapter on . I got sucked in the story - even though the beginning of Tinker seemed a little bit strange - and immediately bought the first three novels. I'm happy I [...]

    8. This is a set of interconnected stories which highlight characters who are not the main characters in the rest of the Elfhome series. The three main characters around whom the stories revolve are all human women. Law and Jane were born in Pittsburgh and have grown up with it being part of Elfhome. Olivia is a sixteen-year-old runaway from Earth who is trying to get as far away from her abusive husband as possible. Some of the main characters from the other books make brief appearances in this bo [...]

    9. Wen Spencer is From the Internet and this collection of short stories, novellas, and drabbles (yes, drabbles) proves it.Highlights include Windwolf and Stormsong meeting Pony on the day of his birth (spoiler alert: Pony pees on Windwolf), Usagi's home for illegal immigrants & their half-elf babies, the first appearance of the Water Clan, and the absolutely hilarious Pittsburgh Backyard & Garden novella. I thought I was going to rupture something, I was laughing so hard.For a series takin [...]

    10. Because I love to complain - I will start off with I HATE THE COVER! This author's Elfhome books usually have these wonderful illustrations (not always true to the book but then again I'm a complainer so what did you expect). However this is like a frat party gone bad cover. The guy with his hands in the air looks especially stupid.The description of this book kind of confused me because it said it was short stories but the author must have turned the short stories into a longer narrative while [...]

    11. E-arc! Good read! I enjoyed the behind the scenes stories!Reread! I enjoyed rereading Chased by Monsters and Harbinger! Good collection of stories!

    12. This is a collection of stories set in the author's Elfhome universe which serve to tie together events (and possibly fix plotholes) in the preceding books. Most of them were reasonably good - quite a few featured new characters who seem to suit the series; none of the stories struck me as amazing.I found two stories, "Peace Offering" and "Price of Peace," slightly curious. In the books, a character, Forest Moss, was introduced with a tragic backstory -- he was an elven mage who was one of the f [...]

    13. Project Elfhome is a series of short stories/novellas set in the world introduced with the novel Tinker. Some of Spencer's fans may have already read many of the stories included in this title, but the new material adds to some of the stories and develops the characters presented in the previous stories. I especially liked the fact that even though I had an idea where some of the stories would or could go, Spencer still surprised me, and always in a good way. My only complaint is a minor one, wh [...]

    14. This is a collection of short stories, novellas and musings from the author all set in Pittsburgh/Elfhome. The first thing I ever read written by Wen Spencer is the novella "Pittsburgh Backyard and Garden" when it was posted on the Baen Books website back in 2014. I loved the story and decided that at some point I would read Tinker and the other books in the Elfhome series. This year I have finally kept that promise to myself and have thoroughly enjoyed all of them. The stories in Project Elfhom [...]

    15. This a series that requires reading in order, particularly since the author takes pains in developing bits from previous books in later ones. Thus, having this collection of previously published and new short stories and novellas gathered in one place and in chronological order is a delicious treat for fans of the Elfhome universe.I very much enjoyed reading about secondary characters in this world and finding out how they played their part in the background of the original novels. There is very [...]

    16. I'm not one who usually likes short stories but I love this series and I've read everything I could get my hands on from this series. I was pleasantly surprised. The book is vaguely set out in chronological order and all those short stories that finished too quickly have been extended and now fill in gaps between stories. If there was a unifying thread it could have easily been another book but because all the stories come from all over the time line it couldn't be another novel.Also the author [...]

    17. went mad and splurged on the arc version of this couldnt wait!!! anyway loved loved loved it, many short stories and some I had already purchased and some I had read as freebies on Baen but still . TOTALLY worth it. More of Olivia and Forestmoss and more of Nigel, Hal Jane and Taggart and the frist chapter/few pages of Harbringer that apparently have been floating around but I some how missed >.>Loved the way that all the stories weave in and out of the main story all the oooh thats what [...]

    18. Read Tinker first if you don't know this series. If you do know it I don't have to say anything more, grin. I list this series among my all time favorite books. Right next to McCaffrey's Pern and Henderson's People. I cannot get enough. I opened the cover and disappeared from the travails of this world. I fell in and gobbled my way thru. Burp!!Tasty, fun, intelligent, consuming. Everything that the best books should be. I want more, I want more yesterday. Wen, ma'am, please write faster. I need [...]

    19. This is a collection of short stories and novellas set in Wen Spencer's Elfhome universe, which consists of the books "Tinker", "Wolf Who Rules", "Elfhome", and "Wood Sprites". The short stories and novellas all tie together with each other and the previous books in the series quite well, telling about the same events from another perspective and deepening the world view. Some of the stories have been previously published. "Pittsburg Backyard & Garden" and its sequel "Chased by Monsters" wer [...]

    20. This is a must read for Elfhome fans. These short and not so short stories tie all the books together. Many new details are learned about old characters and many new oh so likeable new characters are introduced. You find out who else helped Wolf wind when he met Tinker, where Wind Wolf was when Tinker confronted her shadow, how Joey Shoji was freed from the Oni, where other of Esme and Tristan's siblings are and many more important details. Three of the stories have romances one including Forest [...]

    21. I'm not usually a fan of short stories but this was a good book. I loved reading about the characters I had grown to love in her other books. I went back and re-read the other stories because I enjoyed how they tied into one another. However you can read this as a stand alone short story book and not be disappointed.

    22. What a great addition to the Elfhome series! I had read a few of the short stories before, and I love the additional snippets and stories that have been added to this collection. They bring more depth to the world of Elfhome. Now I really can't wait for the next book in the series!I received this book free through a Giveaway.

    23. This book contains short stories and even shorter items, scenes and "drabbles". Definitely should be read after books 1 - 4 in the series if you don't like spoilers. If you don't mind, go for it, you'll like it.

    24. This is a collection of stories and novellas featuring various characters in the Tinker/Elfhome world. Some of these have been previously published in various places. Some of them are completely new. Each one is a gem, written with Spencer's usual mix of humor and tension.

    25. Pittsburgh Elfhome stories are wonderful No Spoilers. I'm so glad that there was another Law and Bare Snow story here. These are great stories fleshing out people who live around Tinker. If you love Elfhome you have to pick up this book.

    26. A great addition to the Elfhome series. it expands several previous short stories and adds much new material to the series featuring characters outside the main plotline.

    27. Wanted moreLoved the stories and wished there were more. My only complaint is some of the stories were too short and left you wanting more.

    28. Huh. I'm guessing it's time to re-read this series because keeping track of who is who and what is what is apparently now beyond me. Luckily for me that didn't matter in this collection of shorter works strewn throughout the Tinker timeline. There were some great stories and characters in this one. Some crazy stuff too, but it kind of all holds together especially if you don't look at it too closely.

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