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CarlAlves rated it 5 years ago
In most of the anthologies that I've read there are often some good stories, some bad stories, and some in between. The end result is that I usually feel ambivalent. When I first started reading Shadow Show, I thought this anthology would be more of the same after reading the first story, which was ...
Don't Panic - Megan's BookLikes
Don't Panic - Megan's BookLikes rated it 6 years ago
I'm really torn between 4 and 5 stars on this one. As far as short story collections go, this is pretty much 5 stars (there were only a few stories that I really didn't care for, and I read all but one of them). I think the only one I skipped was "Two of a Kind" by Jacquelyn Mitchard. It just seemed...
Barrita rated it 7 years ago
Gran, gran colección que conmoverá a los fans de Bradbury y probablemente saque una lagrimita o dos en algún punto. Se percibe el cariño con que se escribieron las historias y se atisban varios elementos de su obra por aquí y por allá. Hay una agradable variedad de temas y enfoques por autores muy d...
Another fine mess
Another fine mess rated it 8 years ago
2 amazing stories, 1 pretty wonderful ('though it feels rushed). All are pleasant, but the weight of fond homage keeps most stuck in second gear. If you're a Bradbury fan--and why wouldn't you be--this is just fine, thank you, as we do a slow lap around familiar neighborhoods: lots of kids and par...
Gender- and genre-bending
Gender- and genre-bending rated it 8 years ago
For reasons I can’t explain, I don’t read many short stories. Occasionally, a book comes along that makes me question my novel-centric reading choices. Shadow Show is one of those books.It is definitely a fantastic (in both senses of this word) collection. First, you have authors like Margaret Atwoo...
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