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- Print Length: 320 pages
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- Publisher: UFO Publishing (December 16, 2012)
- Publication Date: December 16, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00APOHL08
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Easily my favorite two stories were the invasion of earth as told on Twitter and the Last Dragonslayer. The first because I liked the unusual method of presentation, the idea of how an invasion would appear on Twitter was both amusing and amusingly realistic. The second because I enjoyed the characters. Additionally, The world building in The Alchemist's Children and The Day They Repossessed My Zombies was especially good.
On the bad side, unfortunately, was the last story, "El and Al Vs...". The reason I didn't like it I believe as that it had so much promise early on but became just a vehicle for bad jokes about famous people with little to redeem it in the eventual climax and conclusion.
It shows why comedy is much harder to pull off successfully than drama or tragedy. There is more wit and humor in one book from Simon Green's Darkside or Hawk & Fisher series, than there is total in this entire anthology. Buy this only at a discount, and to pass some time as a very light read.