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Wanda's Book Reviews
Wanda's Book Reviews rated it 3 years ago
Star-studded and comprehensive, this imaginative anthology brings a myriad of modern fantasy voices under one roof. Previously difficult for readers to discover in its new modes, urban fantasy is represented here in all three of its distinct styles—playful new mythologies, sexy paranormal romances, ...
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books!
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books! rated it 3 years ago
Anthology. Average rating is 3.52 stars. There were a few I skipped because of violence against children, there were a few stinkers but quite a few good ones so worth the read. 1. Wild ride by Carrie Vaughn. A lonely man finds out he's got a horrible disease and discovers a way to get a cure. Then h...
Rachel's books
Rachel's books rated it 5 years ago
I bought this one for the Carrie Vaughn story "Wild Ride." However, I've already read that one in Kitty's Greatest Hits. Oops. I was able to get into a few others and they were really good!Blended (CE Murphy)Oh how sweet the vengeance! This one was good. Marketa was a pup when her pack was hunted, s...
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books!
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books! rated it 5 years ago
Anthology. I didn't read them all and I skipped a couple, so my rating is based only on the stories I read. 3.2 stars average. 1. A Bird that Whistles by Emma Bull. A music mentor with something different and a life lesson (?) I liked the story. 3-1/2 stars2. Make a Joyful Noise by Charles de Lint. ...
From the Queen's Kindle
From the Queen's Kindle rated it 6 years ago
This novelette is a thing of beauty. It tells a more compelling tale in 30 pages than many a full-length novel. A girl, disguised as a boy, who ran away to sea. This book is not shy with same-gender relationships, something I've not come across often in stories of sea voyages (which I admitted...
we were young and naive still
we were young and naive still rated it 6 years ago
I read only The Coldest Girl in Coldtown and therefore my starring only applies to the aforementioned story.
willaful
willaful rated it 6 years ago
I enjoyed most of what I read of this book, but thought it very funny that a book with an entire section for paranormal romance, including a freakin' essay, got it completely wrong. One out of the eight stories ("Seeing Eye" by Patricia Briggs) was paranormal romance. The rest strongly leaned toward...
Caffeine Reviews
Caffeine Reviews rated it 6 years ago
This book could have been cut down 200 pages. I know, I'm always the first one to complain if the author doesn't give enough back story to let you know what's going on, but in this case less would have been acceptable. For some reason the author seemed think that we needed to know all about the chi...
FrancesKR
FrancesKR rated it 7 years ago
Need to add in an ARC edition of this.
Thief of Camorr
Thief of Camorr rated it 7 years ago
Katharine is a judge for the Aurealis Awards. This review is the personal opinion of Katharine herself, and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of any judging panel, the judging coordinator or the Aurealis Awards management team. To be safe, I won't be recording my review here until after the A...
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