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I was happy to be able to buy a copy of this book at Shore Leave this year and have it autographed by all authors in attendance. These are fun stories, and the Keep itself is both amusing and a little bit scary, having as it does the ability to change on the inside (haven't worked out whether or not it gets *bigger,* but that's a crossover for another, er, time).
I find anthologies to be the best of all worlds: lots of writers, lots of different stories and styles, lots of ways to look at things. But...if someone were to make me choose from the Keep's stories, I'd have to pick Paul Kupperberg's "The Wee Folk at the End of the Hall," though I'd also have to give kudos to Michael Jan Friedman's "The Seeming" for improving my vocabulary! And, wait, I liked Russ Colchamiro's "Thief in the Night," too. So many stories....
I was disappointed only in the editing, as I expected much better from the team of pros who put this book together. I want to say it didn't deter from my enjoyment of the book, but, well, it kinda did, as there was no story free of typos.
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