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Mass Market Paperback Chick is in the Mail Book

ISBN: 0671319507

ISBN13: 9780671319502

Chick is in the Mail

(Book #4 in the Chicks in Chainmail Series)

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THEY AREN'T ALL THAT PC, BUT YOU BETTER NOT GET IN THEIR WAY From the silly to the simply smashing, the Chicks in Chainmail are back to save us once again Whether defending a charity ball against rapscallion pirates or taking names at a medievalist tournament in the Asteroid Belt, whether bringing a snotty loremaster to his rightful comeuppance or protecting our schoolchildren from magically-summoned barbarian invaders, whether weekending in the woods...

Customer Reviews

5 ratings

Fun, satisfying short stories

A compendium of varied, fun, satisfying short stories, most with at least a bit of silliness, and most with that delightful twist that characterizes the genre.

The Chick Is in the Mail

Very funny continuation in the "Chicks In Chainmail" series. These are short stories sending up the heroic fantasy genre, all with female protagonists, and many written from a feminine perspective.

Watch out!

That right, please don't eat or drink while reading this book you might choke! These stories are so funny, and it's hard to put down. I enjoyed this book and all the others like it, Chicks in Chained Mail, The Chicks in the Mail and so on. Once you read one, you want the read all the rest. All I can say is sit back and enjoy!!!

Another great Chick anthology!

Please hurry up with the sequal! 2 years is much to long a wait!

Addicting . . . but in a good way

I've been reading this series since the original "Chicks in Chainmail", and they're all wonderful, addicting. Here's the thing: they've almost gotten so that you have to read them in order. Several stories in this won't make as much sense unless you know the setup -- especially the Ladies' Aid and Armor Society one and the one about Riva Konneva et al.I won't say this is a terrible thing. You really should read them all. (In other words, this is a great book, but not the place to start.)That said, the stories in here are witty beyond belief. They've stereotyped the stereotype. They've also exploded the stereotype. There's nothing the authors leave sacred involving the Xena-type warrior, the hulking male barbarian, what REALLY happened in fairy tales . . .My favorite story out of this bunch has to be "The Case of Prince Charming". It's obviously a rewrite of the fairy tale, but the extras thrown into it, and the pun in the title, make it wonderfully amusing.In summation: get the other ones first, but DON'T FORGET THIS ONE!
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