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Terribly Twisted Tales Mass Market Paperback – May 5, 2009
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A complete list of the stories and authors (in order) is... *** Waifs by Dennis L. McKiernan ***My Great-Great-Grandma Golda Lockes by Annie Jones ***Once They Were Seven by Chris Pierson *** Capricious Animistic Temper by Mickey Zucker Reichert ***A Charming Murder by Mary Louise Eklund ***Jack and the Genetic Beanstalk by Robert E. Vardeman ***What's in a Name by Kathleen Watness ***No Good Deed by Jody Lynn Nye ***The Red Path by Jim C. Hines ***Lost Child by Stephen D. Sullivan ***Rapunzel Strikes Back by Brendan DuBois ***Revenge of the Little Dance Girl by Paul Genesse ***Clockwork Heart by Ramsey "Tome Wyrm" Lundock ***The Hundred Year Nap by Skip and Penny Williams ***Five Goats and a Troll by Elizabeth A. Vaughan ***Something About Mattresses by Janet Deaver-Pack ***Three Wishes by Kelly Swails ***The Adventure of rge Red Riding Hoods by Michael A. Stackpole
This latest DAW anthology delivers a great set of stories, and it would be well worth spending the money for a great summer read. You won't be disappointed, but as with the original stories, these are more meant for adults than children or young readers.
My favorite story was by Chris Pierson whose work I was not familar with before reading this story. I will be seeking out more work from this author. I bought the Kindle version and the formatting was okay, although I do wish the table of contents showed the author's names as well as the titles of the stories. This information is included in the acknowledgments, however.