Banks, Kelley Armstrong, and many more! That's about as good as it gets in this collection. Snell Eric James Stone Jeff Strand Lucien Soulban Matt Venne Christopher Welch So let the blood flow and laughter reign -- because when it comes to facing our deepest, darkest fears, a little humor goes a long way! It is just a normal zombie story but the twist at the end is just so great and funny. That puts it ahead of the crowd. Nothing could go wrong taking 2 teenage werewolves to a brotel,could it? There was some humor, as is the case with all of the Dresden Files fiction. If you have never read an anthology the first and last stories are seen as the most powerful because they are given places of honor in the book.
My wife is author Rebecca Moesta. Scrumptious Bone Bread by Jeff Strand was bizarre and good. For individual reviews on each of the short stories head to: Today's post is on 'Blood Lite 3: Aftertaste' edited by Kevin J Anderson. If I ended up you I will go to the guide store hurriedly. How Nick missed the scent of death is questionable, but a fight with a houseful of demons and zombies, would ensure that Noah kept his virginity for another tale. It wasn't badly written, though, so it gets a 3 out of 5.
It's disturbing and unfunny to me. Nothing could go wrong taking 2 teenage werewolves to a brotel,could it? I have a message for : grossness is not nearly enough for humor. Then there's the ever-so creepy end…. Banks, Kelley Armstrong, and many more! It is a tale of a realator's listing for a slightly unusual house with decidely unique features and a colorful past to say the least. Hodson was a lot of fun, I liked it.
This is a collection of 30 urban fantasy stories usually with a lighter atmosphere than your normal urban fantasy story. Register a Free 1 month Trial Account. I don't know why it was chosen for this anthology. Kelley has promised to write a series of shorts so that her fans would not be disappointed, and V Plates is the first of many —we hope. He brought his lunch to work, preferred a brown tweed jacket, and he tugged at his hair whenever he was frustrated. As luck happens, except that story, and one by Kelly Armstrong, and a classic one from the golden oldie Mike Resnick, rest of the stories were unadulterated crap. The choices gimmick doesn't really work.
Blood-Red Greens by Joel A. A serial killer wonders why that giant used ground up bones to make his bread in Scrumptious Bone Bread by Jeff Strand. It's one of those stories in which's you decide from a possibility of three choices that crop up every few paragraphs which direction the story will follow. They have to replace Death who decided to not take part but everybody keeps dying before their auditions. But that only made them better lawyers.
Some of my favorite were: Blood-Red Greens by Joel A. Find out in V This is a collection of 30 urban fantasy stories usually with a lighter atmosphere than your normal urban fantasy story. The final story is Lucien Soulban's The Four Horsemen Reunion Tour:An Apocumentary. Blood Lite 3 starts with Butcher, which is a funny, fun, and fast read and ends with The Four Horsemen Reunion Tour: An Apocumentary by Lucien Soulban. Banks's Bayou Brawl John Alfred Taylor's Steeple People David Sakmyster's For Sale Norman Prentiss's Man Who Could Not Be Bothered to Die Don D'Ammassa's Last Demon Adrian Ludens's A Misadventure to Call Your Own Chris Abbey's Smoke and Mirrorballs D. I didn't really like it much. I have just picked up the first two anthologies and am looking forward to reading them.
Some people are never satisfied as seen in Still Life by Ken Lillie-Paetz. Actually only read 220 of 513 pages. One of the things I really enjoyed about this book is the variety of tones and feelings that you can find throughout. Making the Cut by Like Resnick and Lezli Robyn was amusing; just like the last one. A casting director proves to be a liitle too good at her job in Typecast by Jeff Ryan.
Another one to dance past. Such a funny take on a classic masterpiece! Overall the collection is worth reading, but you will probably encounter some stories that fall flat. Banks presents a fun little story of aliens versus the supernatural creatures of the bayou in Bayou Brawl. I certainly won't be reading it again. Another story, one by Heather Graham, was quite interesting and well-written, but just didn't fit the theme of the book and wasn't funny.
Ironic, yes, but irony alone doesn't create humor. At least he avoided World of Warcraft jokes, but otherwise, there wasn't any reason given for the main character to avoid dying and without one, I couldn't believe it. Mmm-hmmmm, a real steal…if you survive! Reviews on the remaining novellas and the overall book rating will be forthcoming. I get nothign for my review and I bought this book with my own money. At 18, he was small for his age, and the other guys at school made it a point to tease Noah about his lack of sexual experience. The scene where Harry tries rather unsuccessfully to pick up a nurse is my favorite! I quit reading the book after the first few stories.
And then I figured that since it was an ebook, it was a good one to read before bed, instead of keeping my partner awake with the bedside lamp on. The first story 'I Was a Teenage Bigfoot' and 'Close Shave' were entertaining and the latter definitely had that Mike Reznik touch. The Steeple People is a tale of a plot by demons to secretly tempt churchgoers written by Alfred Taylor. Instead of brains, they ate hearts. He has more than 20 million books in print in thirty languages. Happily, it was worth reading. Here you will find two original tales from Cainsville, plus journeys to and beyond the worlds of Darkest Powers, Age of Legends, Otherworld, and more.