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Robbed of Sleep, Volume 3: Stories to Stay Up For (The Robbed of Sleep Series) Paperback – June 30, 2015
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Trevor Dawson starting things off with a bang--literally!--with "If You're Reading This, You're Dead". Alan Graham channels his inner Poe with "The Show Business Memories of Mr. Pancake", while "Dollface", by Guy Medley, infuses the piece with beauty that is only skin deep. Peter Turner's "The Neverborn" is as good as Ellison ever was; "Double Life", by Angelo Bottigliero, though fraught with paranoia, elicits a hearty laugh (but I won't ruin the fun here). If only one had room to comment on all here, sizzling authors contributing stories of startling beauty and terror, including Roger Colby, Anthony Rapino, Cheryl Zaidan, and many more.
The real stunners are editor/contributor, Troy Blackford, with his usual flair for convincing dialogue and character, and the series' resident hellraiser, Val Tenterhosen, represented here twice, who--I'm sure--will continue to infuriate critics and delight readers with skewed stories of fibrous monsters and people who aren't really people at all. (There's a story that takes place on a train that really will rob you of sleep.)
This is an excellent series, and "Robbed of Sleep 3" keeps up the pace, leaving readers longing for more, more, more.
This is the ideal reading to fight a summer heat wave. Those stories are goose-bumping, spine-chilling, blood-freezing, and, well, sort of cool!
DISCLAIMER: One story came from me, but this fact didn't affect my rating. Scout's honor! You will surely trust a man who's going to d—