Highly recommended. View all 3 comments. Apr 18, Elentarri rated it really liked it Shelves: fantasy-and-sf. This is a delightful collection of short stories - entertaining, enjoyable and a bit more series than Hine's usual fare. It was interesting to see how some of the author's novels started off as short story ideas.
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The author afterward at the end of each story was also very interesting. Jul 02, Steven rated it it was amazing Shelves: fantasy , anthology. Disclaimer: I know Jim. He's a friend. I'm not giving this review as a friend. This is a solid collection of some of Jim's more "serious" work. Serious in comparison to his "Goblin" series, that is. Dark themes can - and do - pop up, but Jim has the skill to keep those themes from overwhelming the entire story. They are short stories - get in, tell the tale, and get out.
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And they succeed remarkably at that. They also imply something larger, something beyond the boundaries of each story. And that's Disclaimer: I know Jim. And that's what really makes these tales shine. You get the sense that they're part of something larger even if they're really not They all have fantastical elements, though the degree and type varies, so if you're only happy with traditional sword-and-sorcery, this might not be for you.
Jul 13, David rated it liked it Shelves: fantasy. All of the stories in this book were good.
Alot of them had abrupt endings. I found that the most interesting thing about the book was the author's afterwords at the end of each story. In The Line Of Duty was a zombie story. The zombies were treated as they are portrayed in the current splatter movies. I would have appreciated them being treated in the horror vein, being created by voodoo, as in the stories by Hugh B. Another story that was incredibly emotional was Images Of Death. A little All of the stories in this book were good.
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His mother is obsessed with the image of death that her son keeps drawing. Jan 29, Joshua Zucker rated it really liked it. A few real gems of short stories here, my favorite kind: the ones that leave you with closure but ambiguity. That is, a story that is satisfying but makes you wish you knew what else happened in these people's lives.
A story where a key scene comes to a climax but the characters still have important decisions to make. The short authors notes are great, too. Dec 26, Steven rated it it was amazing.
I'm glad I did. Aug 20, Rachel Ayers rated it really liked it. Great collection of short stories by Hines. Here's what we know about the mum of one Philippa Middleton, known to most as Pippa, is the middle child of the three Middleton children - Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and James William Middleton, an entrepreneur whose company sells cake-making kits for birthdays. The year-old socialite graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a degree in English literature, something she later put to use by releasing her own non-fiction book, Celebrate, in However, she is most known for almost stealing the spotlight from her sister's marriage by wearing a bridesmaid's dress that turned her bum into a national talking point.
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