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“Breathtakingly rich… Superior writing, fantastic storytelling, and creative adherence to the theme will keep readers enthralled.”
—Publishers Weekly, starred review on Federations
“Editor John Joseph Adams has put together an impressive collection.”
—The Washington Post on The Living Dead 2
Anyone looking for new books to read should check this out so they can sample a bunch of fun new authors.
I am sure the rest of the stories are just as good, but I only have eyes for Galbadon at this time and it is definitely worth the read.
I bought the book for Diana Gabaldon's short story The Space Between, and found myself enjoying the other stories equally well.
A mostly mediocre collection of stories, with a few which actually had good twists on the mad scientist concept. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Anthony B
Stories were interesting and imaginative, with some surprises. A nice read.Published 3 months ago by NAO
The short stories that Diana writes are great for filling in the things that happen out side the things that happen in the big books.Published 5 months ago by Rebecca Losekamp
A very funny selection of 22 short stories revolving around the mad scientist, his assistant, and/or descendants.
“The Space Between” (Outlander, 7. Read more
I loved the first story, 5 stars! The other stories are in a range of styles and varied in fit to my tastes from 1 to 5 stars; may be worth skipping what you don't like.Published 8 months ago by Scott Willis
I have always found villains to be fascinating characters. Darth Vader, Hannibal Lector, the Lannister family and others have captured my imagination and often interested me more... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Nelson Chereta
Are you a Villain Sympathizer!? Do you have delusions of grandeur? Stay up late night plotting a world takeover? Read morePublished 9 months ago by Tabitha @ Not Yet Read