"VITALLY IMPORTANT IN THE HISTORY OF FANTASY FICTION!"
William Morris novels are "vitally important in the history of fantasy fiction, according to the Reader's Guide to Fantasy. "Morris is regarded with god cause as the inventor of the fantasy novel." And here in one inexpensive ebook is a trio of his best, nearly 3000 pages in hardcover, The House of the Wolflings, The Well at World's End, and The Wood Beyond the World. As the Reader's Guide says, these three classics are "wonderful stories of journeys and quests through unknown lands, of strange and fey creatures, of sorceresses and knights and princes, of mystical wells sand woods and isles, all taking place in worlds that were for the first time wholly created." It's a triple treat of fantasy no reader can afford to resist.
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