I had downloaded and read samples of several books, but this was my first Kindle purchase.
Bernheimer did an excellent job of putting a lot into these short stories, they are very well put together, the writing is concise and no space is wasted.
'Confessions of a "D-List" Supervillain' is by far the best, and longest, story in the collection.
Contains a number of chapters of an already published book. The remainder of the works lack his later works' polish.Published 1 month ago by StudentOfHistory
Although I don't think I could give it a full five stars at the paperback price, it's a clear five-star win for the ebook. Read morePublished 7 months ago by M. Hollingsworth
Very enjoyable well written stories. It includes a short version of "Confessions of a D-List Supervillain" and worth it just for that.Published 8 months ago by Dave Evans
I loved the book. The stories were fun, interesting and thoughtful. There were more than a few times that I laughed outloud. It is a great read and well done. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Erick M Moyer
A different take on sci-fi and fantasy. It's definitely a fast read. Did it in one sitting. I would read again.Published 11 months ago by Joseph W. Potter III
I have to confess I bought H,H & H for Confessions of a D List Superhero. That story is worth the price of the book. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Kelley Ferrante
This short story collection is full of werewolves, zombies, Greek idols, giant bugs, and the first kid born on the moon. With plenty of twisted humor. Oh yes. Read morePublished 15 months ago by S
Loved it, the final short story is worth 3 bucks on it's own. The rest were interesting, if not spectacular.Published 16 months ago by Adam Sampson
This book has several interesting short stories and also introduces a couple of his other books. It is my understanding that the author plans to develop a few series out of the... Read morePublished 17 months ago by David J. Thompson