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- Publisher: Indie Style Press; First edition (November 13, 2012)
- Publication Date: November 13, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00A72GGF4
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"Fade to Black" is pretty meh, it's formatting reminds me of a script with an ending they feels rushed and forced. 4\10
"Artificial Life" is crap all around, it's riddled with pseudo science and suffers as a mediocre author attempts to write characters who are vastly more intelligent and sociopathic than the average person. 1\10
"Shelf Life" is the first really good story, great pacing and an interesting concept with the only thing holding it back is some plot conveniences 8\10
"Welcome to the End of the World" is unique in terms of setting, plot, and characters, my only complaint is that without character descriptions I genuinely believed the protagonist was 20 years older than she was.
"Lotion" is refreshing, imagine I Am Legend but with more humor and if Will Smith had an idiot companion instead of a dog. 10\10
I didn't even finish "Until the End" it's really that uninteresting, score defaults to 5\10
"My Name is Clossiana" has an interesting concept and intro but doesn't really do much with them. 6\10
"Save Me" has solid writing but uninteresting characters as well as a forced conflict and romance that drag on. 5\10
"Canyon Bound" is overall the longest story, it focused more on the scavenging aspect in the aftermath of another very unique apocalypse. My only complaint is that the ending feels sudden and mediocre. 8\10
"What if" is complete garbage, not only does it misspell Dorothea as Dorotea but it introduces characters who are completely irrelevant, it's apocalypse consists of stereotypical Zombies, Vampires, and Werewolves who are never seen but only mentioned in one paragraph and to top all of it off the story is barely even 3 pages on Kindle and I doubt it would be over a page in Microsoft Word. 1\10
Chyenne Mountain is OK, the writing style works but is average with nothing really interesting and the ending can be seen from a Mile away.
Fade to Black: I wasn't expecting how this story ended, didn't see it coming and I loved it.
Artificial Life: How would you react and what would you do if you were the cause of the end of the world? I liked how this story was told. It's different from what I've read before.
Shelf Life: This book was more along what I normally read, but with an apocalyptic twist to it.
Welcome to the End of the World: I have read everything by RM and it still doesn't surprise me that I never know which way she will take a book. You never know what you are going to get with her stories and I love that about them.
Lotion: I was actually laughing and calling one of the characters a stupid idiot while reading this book. Really enjoyed it and makes me want to read the authors other books.
Until the End: This was a good read, I really enjoyed it.
I Know My First Name is Clossiana: This was different, not in a bad way though. Humans invade, and cause an apocalypse on another planet.
Save Me: Is about a 14yr old girl that thinks things are hopeless after she has lost her whole family. She learns that there is always hope though.
Canyon Bound: This is a story about, what the media is calling, The Rapture. No one knows for sure, but people just disappeared suddenly. Tommy and his friend, Jim, walk to the Grand Canyon to look for other survivors. REally liked this story
What If: The world has been taken over by zombies, werewolves, and vampires. Jocelyn and her friend are trying to survive and not be turned. Really fast read. Wish that there was more, but still liked it.
Cheyenne Mountain: The anthology ended on a great story. I loved this story and was surprised at the end of it.
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