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   Chicks Ahoy, by Esther M. Friesner  
  Omnibus, first publication in 2010
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      Here they come, and theyíre out for blood. For too long, they say, have hot blooded babes in brass bras and chain link bikinis been held up to scorn as the embodiment of male fantasy wish-fulfillment and non-fictionality. You think their swords wonít cut, their clubs wonít crush? You think they look cute?

    Itís time to take sword-swinging amazons more seriously. Well, maybe not too seriously. After all, the popular Chicks in Chainmail series wasnít known for stark drama and solemn think-pieces. In fact, they made a lot of people laugh. And now the first three books in the series are combined in one attractively-priced Omni-Trade Paperback volume.

    ∑ Chicks in Chainmail (The look at the lighter side of amazons that started it all.)

    ∑ Did You Say Chicks? (Smile when you say that, you wimpy noncombatant!)

    ∑ Chicks Ďn Chained Males (Those men just canít take care of themselves, so send in the amazons!)

    Itís all right to have a laugh or two. The swordswomen like a good laugh as much as the next amazon. Just donít let them get the idea that youíre laughing at them, instead of with themóif you know whatís good for you . . .

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