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Rage Against the Night

To be honest, I had very low expectations for this collection of short stories. I found the book on Amazon as a free Kindle deal via BookBub, so I did not think it would be anything more than mere mediocrity (why else would it be free?).

I was pleasantly surprised that I could not put it down though. My favourite stories were:

  • Like Part of the Family - Jonathan Maberry wrote in a very funny action scene into this one.
  • The View from the Top - Bev Vincent stuck a lump in my throat with his sad & beautiful tale.
  • Chillers - Lisa Morton knows how to get me panicking.

Make sure to read the Introduction!


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