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The Moonlight in Genevieve's Eyes and Other Tales of Horror by [Krauss, D]
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  • File Size: 264 KB
  • Print Length: 90 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: DOA Enterprises, Inc; 1 edition (October 5, 2012)
  • Publication Date: October 5, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009MDRWKM
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The title story of this collection The Moonlight in Genevieve's Eye is a standout. It is told with an assured professional style. Among the other stories 'Cistern' is a interesting take on what might happen when we've lived with Zombies long enough, 'The Flowers in Mr. Williams' Garden' is nicely creepy, and 'Angel Eyes' is a fun vampire tale. The author obviously loves horror and you'll find plenty of movie references along the way. One story in this collection I could not get into at all was 'The Trumpet Inside the Warehouse'. But anthologies tend to be hybrid beasts, and some parts of this particular beast are more tasty than others. The tasty bits though are choice.

All in all I would not attend a Halloween party in Mr. Krauss' neighbourhood, though it would be fun to hear reports of what went on there - from a safe distance.
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D. Krauss’ The Moonlight in Genevieve’s Eyes and Other Tales of Horror is an enjoyable collection of creepy tales. (I picked it up because I enjoyed Krauss’s Partholon.) Like any anthology, quality varies and you’re sure to enjoy some stories more than others. Several of these stories are written in the first person; I mention this because there are a number of people who just don’t like first-person narrations. I felt it worked, though, particularly given that we’re in the horror genre here.

I love some of the details that go into the stories. A story of Zombies (author’s capitalization, not mine) has survivors getting together on Friday nights to socialize, while settling territorial squabbles with drinking contests. It’s a great break from the usual scenarios! Genevieve’s story gave me a chill, and the stream-of-consciousness narration worked very well in it. A story of an elvish woman who seduced a man didn’t appeal–I felt no appreciable chemistry between the lovers. King of the Bears mixed some great pacing and palpable danger with a bit of humor to good effect. A story about evil flowers was one of my favorites just because the setup and concept was fun.

Before I finish this up, there’s one story quote I need to include: "Feminism is great in decadent, fat times, but not in a state of nature." This was backed up with the assertion that most of the people who’ve survived the zombie apocalypse were men, and women mostly went to “Breeder locations.” The major female characters in this book (not just that one story) are harridans or other negative stereotypes (contemptuous cheerleader with the jock, naturally).
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I never cease to be amazed at the wide range of this author's writing. This book delves into the fantastical, the mythological and yet you meet characters there which are very believable. The horror tales are gruesome, yet exquisite - otherworldly, yet uncomfortably close to home. You'll meet vampires, elves, murderers, beasts and more. Another successful compilation of Krauss to be enjoyed!
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