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Unnatural Disasters Paperback – October 31, 2011
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I'd have to say 'The Meek' by Scott Nicholson (about undead livestock) and 'Narobrian Afternoon' by Robin Morris (involving time-travel) were my favorites. '39 Days' by Robert J Dupree (couple surviving asteroid impact) and 'Rickman's Plasma' by William Meikle (experiment gone awry) were also good. 'Sourdough' by Ruth Francisco had a very original monster, a baker's nightmare!
The only disappointing tale was 'Wild Release' by Keith Gouveia, (forest fire and sasquatch), which had an awkward, clumsy 'twist' ending. Otherwise, all the stories are quite readable. 'Twist' by Daniel Pyle involving tornados and mystifying creatures, tugged at my heartstrings.
Overall I recommend it, and at 162 pages is a good book for a fairly quick read at the cabin.