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Christopher Nadeau
Christopher Nadeau is the author of 'Dreamers at Infinity's Core' through COM Publishing as well as over two dozen published short stories in such august publications as The Horror Zine, Sci-Fi Short Story Magazine, Ghostlight Magazine and more anthologies than one could take out with the toss of... show more

Christopher Nadeau is the author of 'Dreamers at Infinity's Core' through COM Publishing as well as over two dozen published short stories in such august publications as The Horror Zine, Sci-Fi Short Story Magazine, Ghostlight Magazine and more anthologies than one could take out with the toss of a single hand grenade. He was interviewed as part of Suspense Radio's up and coming authors program and collaborated on two "machinima" films with UK animator Celestial Elf called "The Gift," and 'The Deerhunter's Tale," both of which can be viewed on YouTube. His novel "Echoes of Infinity's Core" is slated for a 2012 release. An active member of the Great Lakes Association of Horror Writers, Chris Resides in Southeastern Michigan with his wife Lorie and two petulant long-hair Chihuahuas.
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My Book Blog
My Book Blog rated it 6 years ago
Very good anthology. Some stories were downright creepy. There were a few duds, but that's anthologies. I never read any of the stories, so they were new to me.
Char's Horror Corner
Char's Horror Corner rated it 7 years ago
This collection contains 20 stories, and I very much enjoyed 12 of them. All of them referenced some kind of body surgery, decoration or modification. These were the stories that stood out for me:Bootstrap-The Binds of Lasolastica by Michael Bailey. 4*This made me think of rebooting differently.Ido...
mpontiff
mpontiff rated it 7 years ago
This book wound up being painful to read. It started out with a few stories I liked but then bogged down with several that didn't interest me or capture my attention. A few times, I actually dreaded reading more but then another story would entertain me enough to keep going.
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