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Mass Market Paperback Did You Say Chicks?! Book

ISBN: 0671878670

ISBN13: 9780671878672

Did You Say Chicks?!

(Part of the Sun Wolf and Starhawk (#3.5) Series and Chicks in Chainmail (#2) Series)

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Book Overview

In the bestselling tradition of Chick in Chainmail comes this second novel on the subject. This description may be from another edition of this product.

Customer Reviews

5 ratings

Great Book

Great book - women taking care of themselves with swords and other weapons. Good book in the seriesx. I have them all.

Yes! They have a Starhawk story!

I loved almost all the stories in this anthology. However, I especially enjoyed the return of Barbara Hambly's wonderfully complex ex-nun-turned-mercenary Starhawk (of "The Unschooled Wizard" and "The Dark Hand of Magic" fame) "A Night with the Ladies" proves that the 'Hawk doesn't need her wizardly boyfriend Sun Wolf backing her up--although a few gal-pals don't go unappreciated...

funfunfunfunfunfun!!!!!!

I loved this book! It completely blew just about every stereotype against women out of the water. While I was reading it, I constantly chuckled to myself, and occasionally laughed out loud, hard enough to bring tears to my eyes! I've never read the first book in the series, but I always wanted to, and now I do more than ever!!!!

Thank you, Esther, for another great anthology!

As a fan of the warrior woman genre and the humor fantasy genre, I absolutely loved this book! Reading it along with the first one made for a great afternoon, especially since one author chose to write a continuation of her first story (Elizabeth Moon, write more of this stuff, please!). The dedication made me laugh out loud and immediately head to my e-mail to spread the fun.

You can't quite get the title right in plaintext.

Well, it's a followup to 'Chicks in Chainmail', I'm sure that everyone figured that out already. It's not quite as sublime as some of the first, but it's entirely readable and fun. It when it goes into those court ladies, well, ok, I laughed hard enough to get the spouse to grab the book (and start laughing herself). Fun.
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