If you like quirky, off-beat and unusual stories, this wondrous collection will grab you, pull you in and then spit you back out leaving you wishing you would have a life that's filled with the adventures in the worlds magically created within. The collection starts off innocent enough with a question I turned over and over in my head. Is the memory better than the memorabilia.Then there's the unknown superhero encountering the famous superhero who's responding to the same crime. The story is way too funny to spoil your fun recounting. Killer rabbits and something like the Loch Ness monster follow and one after another these Twilight Zone stories delight and tease and surprise the reader.
The stories have all the imaginary dreams and nightmares you could want. The writing is tight and mixes crime drama, horror-story, human and sub-human interaction into a delightful mix. You'll find yourself jumping eagerly into the next story and adventure.
There's some strong language and adult situations, here and there. But all the stories rings true. The writing is spare and it's honest, gut-busting fiction. The collection is a fine interlude from our quiet lives we live in desperation. It ain't Shakespeare, but it'll shake things up for you and make that boring commute or long airline flight that much shorter and more entertaining.
Author of Revenge of the Video Game