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In Memory: A Tribute to Sir Terry Pratchett Paperback – October 2, 2015
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Although I have to admit to being only a recent convert to the fan club of Sir Terry Pratchett, I have seen the effects of Alzheimer's firsthand and couldn't think of a better cause to contribute to. For what it's worth, I'm also an author myself (check out Matter of Resistance).
To give credit and feedback to the individual authors included in the anthology, I've included comments on each short story below.
1. Thanks for the Memory Cards by Luke Kemp
(4 STARS) Thanks for the Memory Cards is a fun stroll down memory lane with a couple of unique and interesting characters.
2. The Heart of the Labyrinth by DK Mok
(5 STARS) The Heart of the Labyrinth is a creative blend of fantasy and humor from a promising author. The story includes a clever twist and a refreshing perspective on the often too-short memories of those in authority.
3. How Fell the Towers Three by Peter Knighton
(4 STARS) How Fell the Towers Three is a quick and engaging tale of ballads, flatulence, engineering, and historical context.
4. Memoryiam by Scott A. Butler
(4 STARS) Memoryiam is a well-written tale that will draw a good mixture of emotions from any reader.
5. There's a Tattoo, But the Robes Hide It by Mike Reeves-McMillan
(5 STARS) This intriguingly-named story is a quick, easy read with some amusing ideas blended seamlessly together to create an entertaining story.
6. The Shells of Lethe by Laura May
(4 STARS) The Shells of Lethe is an amusing and unexpected tale, with an interesting perspective on the value of memory.
7. Ackerley's Genuine Earth Antiques by Michael K. Schaefer
(4 STARS) This is a funny, clever, and well-written science fiction story. I particularly enjoyed the idea of the earth antique dealer.
8. The Chicken Gospel by Phil Elstob
(5 STARS) This was my favorite short story of the anthology. I thought it was brilliant. I dare say that Sir Terry would be pleased, as this author took a simple story of farm animals in a small town and gave them a beautifully complex and often-hilarious set of new dimensions.
9. Doris by Sorin Suciu
(5 STARS) Possible only for someone with his talent and dedication, Sorin Suciu manages to fit an epic concept into a tiny space with surprising ease.
10. The Wonderous Land of Nib by Lyn Godfrey
(5 STARS) This is a laugh-out-loud funny tale, with a creative twist to boot. A great short story!
11. Strangers by Robert McKelvey
(4 STARS) Strangers is a well-written "hang over" mystery with well-developed characters and the subtle trappings of a powerful life lesson.
12. The Tale of the Storyteller by Caroline Friedel
(5 STARS) This is a touching memoriam for Sir Terry and, for that matter, all of the great authors that inspire us.
13. Bubble Trouble by Charlotte Slocombe
(5 STARS) This is an engaging short story with excellent characters and plot symmetry. Well done!
14. The Vividarium by Steven McKinnon
(5 STARS) Be ready for a surprising mixture of highly imaginative and deeply philosophical writing.
15. The Archive of Lost Memories by Anna Mattaar
(5 STARS) This story draws you in with an unexpected and distinctly interesting story-within-a-story style.
16. If Only I'd Known by Simon Evans
(4 STARS) This is a well-though out, scientifically and philosophically interesting discussion on time travel and the nature of memory.
17. The Olivie Crown Affair by Choong Jay Vee
(5 STARS) Great short story! It includes a fun mixture of humor and action that kept me engaged and interested from start to finish.